Manufacturing is the production of products across all industries, on a large-scale, using machinery.
Are prematurely aged or overworked stem cells a significant factor in chronic lung disease? Findings of a study just released in STEM CELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM) say this is likely so.
Plants regulate their growth and development using hormones, including a group called strigolactones that prevent excessive budding and branching.
Scientists reveal that the increased salt content of whey makes it one of the most polluting byproducts in the food processing industry.
Ziath, a leading supplier of equipment, software and consumables to simplify your sample management process, offers a range of CryzoTraq™ tubes designed for high integrity cryogenic storage of biological specimens at temperatures down to -196°C.
The efficacy of multiple vaccine candidates that target three filoviruses responsible for life-threatening infections to humans has been demonstrated in monkeys.
Think of cells as tiny factories: within their walls they have both the machinery to make products such as proteins, and the mechanisms for maintenance to keep processes running smoothly.
For home gardeners and farmers, herbivorous insects present a major threat to their hard work and crop yields.
Depending on how it occurs, the development of cellular agriculture -; food grown in factories from cells or yeast -; has the potential to either accelerate socioeconomic inequality or provide beneficial alternatives to the status quo.
Imagine working on your computer and typing the same long password you have used for years to access your email.
Cells produce exosomes, the nano-sized biological capsules, to protect and courier delicate molecules across the body. The capsules are hard enough to resist enzymatic breakdown and acidic and temperature fluctuations in the bloodstream and gut, which makes them a major candidate for drug delivery.
A group of KAUST researchers and co-workers in Saudi Arabia and the United States examined 810 randomly selected papers on mammalian cell lines.
MIPT researchers have developed a multichannel laser heterodyne spectroradiometer for greenhouse gases remote sensing.
Cell growth requires new proteins and the same applies to cancer cells. Scientists analyzed the protein eIF4A3 and its role in the growth of cancer cells.
Scientists of the MIPT Cell Signaling Regulation Laboratory have developed a new low cost reproducible system for the co-cultivation of cells. This system is based on a polymerized BSA membrane.
Stem cell research exhibits significant potential for regenerative therapies and treatments to fight against cardiovascular disease.
Scientists from the Babraham Institute, United Kingdom and VIB-KU Leuven, Belgium, came up with two solutions that can overcome a major clinical limitation of immune cell therapies. The researchers chose mice as their model. The findings were published recently in the journal Science Immunology.
Researchers in the BOTTLE Consortium, including from the U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory and the University of Portsmouth, have identified using enzymes as a more sustainable approach for recycling polyethylene terephthalate (PET), a common plastic in single-use beverage bottles, clothing, and food packaging that are becoming increasingly relevant in addressing the environmental challenge of plastic pollution.
Plastic was previously considered a manufacturing miracle as it was inexpensive to produce.
AZoLifeSciences speaks to Dr. Catia Costa about her latest research that showed how class A drug use can be determined from a single fingerprint.
Researchers at Mayo Clinic Cancer Center are studying a potential new chimeric antigen receptor-T cell therapy (CAR-T cell therapy) treatment for multiple myeloma.