Researchers have identified two new nuclear medicine tracers that make it easier to diagnose and potentially treat cancer.
Accumulated evidence suggests that physical force plays an important role in various developmental processes of fertilized animal eggs.
Researchers in Germany have employed a plasma protein found in blood to develop a new method for making wound-healing tissue scaffolds.
Imagine a day when a bioprinter filled with a patient's own cells can be wheeled right to the bedside to treat large wounds or burns by printing skin, layer by layer, to begin the healing process. That day is not far off.
Researchers have shown that tweaking the tiny inner parts of a cell could prevent the damage caused due to aging.
New insights on circumventing a key obstacle on the road to anti-scarring treatment have been published by Maksim Plikus, an associate professor in development and cell biology at the UCI School of Biological Sciences and colleagues in Nature Communications.
Collective cell migration, where groups of cells move together with a common purpose, is important for processes ranging from wound healing to tumor metastasis.
The increased deposition of connective tissue is a problem in chronic diseases of many organs such as the lungs, liver, kidneys, gut, and the skin.