The device comprised soy protein and chitin, which formed a matrix with a porous, interconnected microarchitecture similar to that of certain body tissues.
By softening a cell's nucleus so that it can squeeze its way through dense connective tissues, researchers have demonstrated a new way to help the body repair injuries.
Researchers have discovered a potential new therapy for cerebral cavernous malformations (CCMs), a devastating disease that can result in stroke and seizures.
A nanostructure fabrication device was used to manipulate the chirality of drug molecules by controlling the direction in which a substrate is rotated within the device.
Dexamethasone was found to reduce deaths by one-third in ventilated patients and by one-fifth in other patients receiving oxygen only.
Intravacc and Versatope have signed a research service agreement to further develop a universal vaccine against influenza.
Scientists have discovered a way to transform drugs previously developed to treat autoimmunity into antibodies with powerful anticancer activity.
A new medication is reducing the need for blood transfusions in thalassemia patients and improving bone-marrow transplant outcomes.
Scientists have developed a drug-loaded microrobotic needle that effectively targets and remains attached to cancerous tissue in lab experiments.
The drug interferon could stop outbreaks of COVID-19 by reducing the infectiousness of people who contract the SARS-Cov-2 virus.
Researchers are harnessing the power of artificial intelligence in an attempt to dramatically accelerate the discovery of drug combination therapies.
The new vaccine delivery system contains 400 tiny needles, each just 0.5 mm in length and made from sugar and the specific cargo being delivered.
A new antiviral drug for influenza can treat the infection at the same time as reducing the risk of transmission to others.
UQ's potential COVID-19 vaccine enters a new phase, and over 10,000 compounds have been tested to identify drug candidates that may help treat the disease.
Using drugs to inhibit two separate proteins, researchers found that they could effectively kill melanoma cells by inducing apoptosis.