Ultrasound Bioreactor Assesses Engineers Tissue while Making It
scientists have devised a prototype bioreactor--a device for culturing cells to
create engineered tissues--that both stimulates and assesses tissue as it grows,
simulating natural mechanisms while eliminating the need to stop periodically to
snip off samples for analysis. more...
[17 May 2012]
Yields 5,000-Year-Old Red Blood Cells from Glacier Mummy
nanotechnology, Italian and German researchers have succeeded in locating red
blood cells in the wounds a 5,000-year-old iceman mummy. more...
[16 May 2012]
Proteomic Methodology Used to Characterize Sarcoma Phosphoproteins
novel proteomic approach was used to characterize the entire family of
phosphotyrosine proteins present in sarcomas, relatively rare forms of cancer
that are derived from bone, fat, muscle, or vascular tissues. more...
[15 May 2012]
Seed Compound Slows Progression of Alzheimer�s Disease in Mouse Model
team of neurobiologists has identified the specific polyphenolic compound
responsible for improved cognitive function in a mouse model of Alzheimer's
[15 May 2012]
Propolis Extract Impedes Prostate Cancer Cell Growth
have discovered the molecular mechanism that utilizes the honeybee propolis
component caffeic acid phenethyl ester to arrest the growth of prostate cancer
cells in culture and in mouse xenografts. more...
[14 May 2012]