• November 30, 2021

Creative Nanochip Can Reprogram Biological Tissue in Living Body

A silicon gadget that can change skin tissue into veins and nerve cells has progressed from model to normalized creation, which means it would now be able to be made in a steady, reproducible way. As announced in Nature Protocols, this work, created by scientists at the Indiana University School of Medicine, makes the gadget…

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New Organ on a Chip Lets Researchers Study

The human cerebrum is the most perplexing and fragile of the multitude of body’s organs, and the one most needing insurance from poisons and other unsafe substances — including those we intentionally ingest. However, to comprehend the impacts medications and sickness have on the cerebrum, researchers have expected to concentrate on how veins, synapses, and…

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