Archived Medical News Stories

RSSArchived Medical Science News Stories - September 2008

Date Title Comments Rating
2008-09-30 When particles are so small that they seep right through skin 0 None
2008-09-29 Sequencing thousand and one genomes 0 None
2008-09-28 Hybrid nanoparticles image and treat tumors 0 None
2008-09-28 Targeted nanoparticles map tumor blood supply in 3-D, assess therapy 0 None
2008-09-28 Nanotubes detect tumors and deliver high-potency punch 0 None
2008-09-28 Multifunctional polymer nanoparticles pass critical in vivo test 0 None
2008-09-28 Nanobubbles deliver targeted cancer drugs using ultrasound 0 None
2008-09-21 Researchers turn plant cells into medical factories 0 None
2008-09-21 Genetic fishing expedition yields surprising catch important to mammals 0 None
2008-09-18 Squirrels may know a cure for cancer! 0 None
2008-09-11 Scientists develop nanometer-sized 'cargo ships' to target and destroy tumors 0 None
2008-09-09 New nanotechnology paints for hospitals could kill superbugs 0 None
2008-09-09 Food poisoning bacteria prefer duck to beef on meat factory surfaces 0 None
2008-09-09 Titanium kitchen surfaces could cut food poisoning cases 0 None
2008-09-09 Copper-bottomed guarantee for safe shellfish in restaurants 0 None
2008-09-08 Egg secretions from a worm may be useful in gene therapy 0 None
2008-09-08 Gold nanorods for medical applications 0 None
2008-09-07 Atomic structure of the mammalian "fatty acid factory" determined 0 None
2008-09-07 Living sensor can warn of arsenic pollution 0 None
2008-09-07 Milk may help bacteria survive against low levels of antibiotics 0 None
2008-09-07 Rattlesnake-type poisons used by superbug bacteria to beat our defences 0 None
2008-09-04 Framing the concept of a gene 0 None
2008-09-02 Nature inspires new highly specific drugs and organic products 0 None
2008-09-02 New stem cell tools to aid drug development 0 None

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