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Image: A scanning electron microscope (SEM) micrograph of prostate cancer cells (green) growing in a superporous cryogel with tissue-like elasticity (Photo courtesy of Dr. Bettina Göppert, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology).

In Vitro Three-Dimensional Culture System Enhances Prostate Cancer Cell Growth

A team of cancer researchers developed a three-dimensional in vitro culture system for growing prostate cancer cells in an environment that closely mimics the in vivo tumor microenvironment. More...
07 Jul 2016
Image: An artist\'s impression of bioprinting in action, a rapidly emerging technique for the building of living 3D tissue constructs (Photo courtesy of the University of Bristol).

Three-Dimensional Printing of Living Tissues with Stem Cell Bioink

A recent paper described an advance in the use of three-dimensional printing that enables the use of the technique to print living tissues from a bioink that contains stem cells and nutrients. More...
05 Jul 2016
Image: Base stacking adhesive forces versus OPTIMuS actuators. (a) The interface makeup between the ring and frameR shown as a cross-section of OPTIMuS. It can be modified with coaxial blunt ends (BE) to create high adhesion or no blunt ends to minimize adhesion. (b) FRET output of all blunt ends (All BE) versus no blunt ends (No BE) OPTIMuS upon the addition of different force domains (****Indicates P ≤ 0.0001; *Indicates P ≤ 0.05) (Photo courtesy of Scientific Reports).

Novel Programmable DNA Nanosystem Designed for Low Cost Molecular Detection

Based in a novel way on the self-assembly forces between DNA complementary strands, researcher have developed programmable nanosystem that has now been applied in a proof-of-principle study on Ebola virus diagnosis potential. More...
05 Jul 2016
Image: The 50-nanometer tip of this nanoplasmonic fiber tip probe allows direct measurement of protein levels in living single cells (Photo courtesy of Dr. Feng Liang, Harvard University).

Nanoprobe Reveals Dynamics of Plaque Development in Living Alzheimer's Cells

A novel nanoscale plasmonic probe was used to follow the formation of toxic tau and amyloid (A-beta) plaques in living, anesthetic treated neuroblastoma cells. More...
27 Jun 2016
Image: Multipotent stem cells, responsible for the development of the prostate (Photo courtesy of Dr. C. Blanpain, Université libre de Bruxelles).

Pair of Enhanced Techniques Developed for Stem Cell Lineage Tracing

European cell biologists have developed a pair of methods for the precise assessment of the multipotent or unipotent fate of stem cells. More...
21 Jun 2016
Image: A three-dimensional printer adapted for stem cell production (Photo courtesy of Nano Dimension).

Israeli Developers Demonstrate Prototype Three-Dimensional Bioprinter

Two Israeli companies have combined efforts in the development of three-dimensional printer technology for the production of stem cells. More...
07 Jun 2016
Image: Electroporation jolts embryos with electricity to open holes that allow the CRISPR-Cas9 molecule (lower right) to enter and edit the DNA (Photo courtesy of Dr. Andrew Modzelewski, Dr. Lin He, University of California, Berkeley).

Rapid Injection Technique Improves Production of Genetically Engineered Mice

An electroporation method has been introduced that improves the production of genetically altered "knock-out" mice by requiring less time and being more efficient at introducing the CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing complex than is the current microinjection method. More...
06 Jun 2016

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