A gut-on-a-chip mimics the properties of the human gut and in our case those of coeliac disease patients. Using blood or urine we are able to derive induced pluripotent stem cells which in turn can be differentiated into intestinal epithelial cells.
Commonly referred to as Shihu, it is highly regarded in traditional Chinese medicine as a treatment for many ailments, including fever, tuberculosis, inflammation, dyspepsia and cancer. It is also used as a tonic to protect eyesight, improve appetite and digestion and promote longevity.
An interview with Dr. Andrew Ewald from Johns Hopkins University, discussing the influence of the myoepithelium on breast cancer growth and the importance of studying metastasis.
A new study has found that the protein Src is needed for activation of mTORC1, a major regulator of cellular metabolism, growth and proliferation that is essential to cell survival.
An exciting new review suggests that over half of all cases of Alzheimer’s disease could be traced back to Herpes Simplex Virus 1 (HSV1); the virus responsible for cold sores and genital herpes.
Research published today describes how zebrafish can be genetically engineered to produce disease models that enable more accurate and specific research into a wide variety of human genetic disorders.
Breathing through the nose improves memory consolidation
Innovative strategy opens up new avenue of treatment for anthrax infections
Researchers develop promising targeted strategy to treat chemo-resistant blood cancer
Paternal exercise has significant impact on child's lifelong metabolic health
Study: Targeting specific genomic mutation in breast cancer improves survival
Stress related to social stigma negatively impacts mental health of autistic people
Gut-on-a-chip to model coeliac disease
Magnetic Nanoparticles for Drug Delivery
Foods That Contain Prebiotics
Simple Steps for Using Tissue Atlas on the Human Protein Atlas
Advanced Triple A Polyclonals and Their Unique Advantages
PrecisA Monoclonals: Atlas Antibodies’ Exceptional Antibodies
How to Calibrate a pH Meter
Bacterial Stress Responses
Antibody Purification Techniques
The growing threat of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a major challenge in the treatment of sepsis. As more pathogens become resistant to available antibiotics, more people are at risk for developing sepsis.
Stem cells are responsible for the maintenance of the human body throughout life. Dr Oleg Podgorny and Dr Grigori Enikolopov discuss the importance of studying stem cell life cycles and advances in the field of stem cell labeling.
Dr. Andrew Ewald
An interview with Dr. Andrew Ewald, discussing the influence of the myoepithelium on breast cancer growth and the importance of studying metastasis.
Dr. Eshan Mitra
An interview with Dr. Eshan Mitra, discussing the importance of computer models in biology and the development of a more accurate model of the RAF phosphorylation pathway.
An interview with Jennifer Lee, Director of Market Access and Advocacy at Janssen UK, the pharmaceutical company of Johnson & Johnson, discussing the importance of innovation in the private sector and making new technologies available to the NHS.
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