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12 Nov 2016 - 16 Nov 2016
16 Nov 2016 - 19 Nov 2016

Lab Technologies

Three-Dimensional Printing Generates Bone Replacement Structures

A team of biomedical engineers adapted three-dimensional printing to manufacture bone transplant structures whose shape could be easily customized, which would be especially useful for the treatment of bone defects in children. More...
14 Oct 2016

Low-Cost Sensor Developed for Cystic Fibrosis Diagnosis and Monitoring

Biomaterials scientists have developed an inexpensive method for detecting salt concentrations in sweat or other bodily fluids with a fluorescent sensor derived from citric acid molecules. The sensor is highly sensitive and highly selective for chloride, the key diagnostic marker in cystic fibrosis (CF). More...
04 Oct 2016

3D Bioengineering Generates Lung Tissue for Personalized Disease Modeling

Lung disease researchers have developed a novel three-dimensional (3D) culture method for transforming stem cells into lung-like tissue that can be used to study diseases including idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF), which has traditionally been difficult to study using conventional methods. More...
28 Sep 2016

Rapid Immunopurification Technique Enables Accurate Determination of Mitochondrial Metabolites

A rapid immunopurification technique was used to isolate mitochondria with metabolite contents that were relatively undamaged by enzyme activity and free from components of other cellular organelles. More...
14 Sep 2016

Bile Enables Norovirus to Grow in Laboratory Cell Cultures

Bile proved to be the key to the first successful growth of norovirus in laboratory cell cultures. More...
07 Sep 2016

Magnetically Guided Bacteria Transport Drug-Loaded Liposomes to Hypoxic Tumors

A novel transport system for toxic chemotherapeutic drugs is based on a species of bacteria that can be magnetically guided to a tumor where it releases drug-loaded liposomes into the tumor's hypoxic center. More...
24 Aug 2016

Lab-on-a-Chip Technology Breaks New Bioparticle Separation Record

Scientists have developed a new lab-on-a-chip technology that can, for the first time, separate biological particles at the nanoscale down to 20 nanometers in diameter, a scale that gives access to important particles such as DNA, viruses, and exosomes. The breakthrough could enable detection of various diseases before symptoms appear and would facilitate use of relatively noninvasive liquid biopsies. More...
23 Aug 2016

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