Microneedle Technology for Bioanalysis

The microneedles resemble hollow cones and are less than half a millimeter in length – they are designed to puncture only the outer layer of skin, which acts as a protective barrier, but not the epidermis or dermis, which comprise nerves,... Read more →

Rice Genomics: Improvement in genomics era

The genome of a plant or microbe is the totality of its genetic information including all the genes and the non-transcribed sections of the DNA. Genomics is the study of the complete genetic content of an organism. The world’s first genome... Read more →

Nanoparticle delivery to tumors from old malaria

A recent study shows that a 70 year old malaria drug can clog immune cells in liver so nanoparticles can reach their intended tumor site, overcoming a significant complication of targeted drug delivery, according to a team of researchers... Read more →

Can We Harvest Human Brain Cell in the Lab?

When scientist find new potential drug, they should be tested on human cells to confirm that they can help patients. Since in past studies, these tests have been done in a cancer cell, which doesn’t match the biology of human brain cells.... Read more →
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