My research is focused on biomaterials because this is what fascinates me most. Biomaterials are able to adapt to working in all kinds of different environments. Unlike manmade engineering materials, which are designed, biomaterials have been created through evolution, which represents thousands of years of trial and error by nature.
Researchers from the University of Delaware have shown that patients with spastic cerebral palsy (CP) can be identified using DNA methylation patterns in circulating blood cells.
Researchers have uncovered a trigger for an immune-related cell death pathway called necroptosis. The discovery could be used to develop new treatments for cancer and immune disorders.
Stochastic Optical Reconstruction Microscopy (STORM) is the one of the most widely used forms of super-resolution microscopy. Super-resolution tools have made it possible to break the diffraction barrier and resolve objects as small as 10−20 nm.
Each mammalian cell contains up to 20,000 proteins, all of which must be maintained and regulated. Proteostasis is a complex pathway that functions to maintain all of the proteins within and around a cell.
Cytosine rich DNA sequences can fold into a structure called an i-motif. These structures typically appear in promoter regions on DNA, and are thought to help with gene regulation.
Stochastic Optical Reconstruction Microscopy (STORM)
The i-motif in DNA
What is Proteostasis?
The IDO Pathway
Dynamic model helps make predictions about gut microbiome
Study: Broken shuttle protein may hinder learning in patients with brain disorders
Researchers discover drug compound that inhibits movement of cancer cells
UC San Diego launches new bacteriophage therapy center
Study: Inner nuclear envelope plays role in lipid metabolism
Researchers diagnose cerebral palsy using AI and next-generation sequencing
Rapid Quantification and Normalization of DNA for UV Measurement
Characterizing the Mechanical Properties of Aortic Valve Tissue
A Novel Way to Expedite Antibody Discovery with the Intellicyt® Mouse IgG Type and Titer Assay Kit
Unique Advantages of Process Analytical Technology in Twin-Screw Granulation
Encapsulation of Lycopene
Using Luminescence to Detect Chemotherapy Response in Patients with Colorectal Cancer
Dr Yeau-Ren Jeng
My background is in tribology, which is the science of the interactions between surfaces in relative motion. This involves looking at behaviour, such as friction, wear and lubrication, and the relationships between them.
Dr. Ross Upton
Currently, stress echocardiograms used to diagnose heart disease are only 80% accurate, meaning many patients are misdiagnosed or sent home. Ultromics have developed a tool that uses machine learning to gather data and improve the accuracy of heart disease diagnoses to over 90%.
Dr. Jinghui Zhang
Dr. Jinghui Zhang, an esteemed computational biologist at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital discusses her latest study and how technology such as cloud computing is changing the way that scientists carry out research.
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