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About this Author College chemistry, 1983 The 2002 Model After 10 years of blogging. . . Derek Lowe, an Arkansan by birth, got his BA from Hendrix College and his PhD in organic chemistry from Duke before spending time in Germany on a Humboldt
The "bio pen" could eliminate the need to harvest cartilage and grow it for weeks in a lab. Photo: Sylvia Liber A hand-held ''bio pen'' developed in Wollongong will allow surgeons to draw regenerating bone material directly on to the body. The
20 November 2013 22 shares 31 View comments I get dozens of emails every day from woman desperate for tips on how to get their sex drives back. What if I told you simply rubbing a gel onto your thighs or arms could get it back in two weeks?...
In order for you to feign skin perfection before a black tie event, start by exfoliating with a gentle enzyme like Jurlique Fruit Enzyme Exfoliator . This will gently exfoliate your skin, giving it a brighter appearance. ("Gentle" being the operative
Smart gel' supplies drug to painful joint when it moves Nov. 11, 2013 | 12:34 AM | 0 comments Hydro gel gives medication during compression when painful joint moves. Del., Nov. 11 (UPI) -- U.S. scientists say they developed a squishy gel that
Dan Luo, professor of biological and environmental engineering and a member of the Kavli Institute at Cornell for Nanoscale Science, said that they propose that in early geological history clay hydrogel provided a confinement function for
Optogenetics is a promising new field of research that may lead to new treatment options for a variety of conditions. At its root, optogenetics involves introducing optically sensitive cells into an animal that produce desired proteins in response to
Approximately 25% of all breast cancer patients have human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 (HER2), a specific type of cancerous cell identified in this study that is considered aggressive because it spreads quickly and has a low survival rate.
Scientists have developed an implantable gel that contains genetically modified light-sensitive cells and it can be used to treat diabetes. Myunghwan Choi of Harvard Medical School in Boston and colleagues designed an implantable gel that guided
This work offers a potential treatment method for specific tissues like knee cartilage. In order to regenerate, knee cartilage, paradoxically, needs to be placed under mechanical stress, as happens whenever we take a step and our knees take our