How organs form helps stem cell researchers in their quest to develop future treatments of diabetes and cancer

In everyday life, blinking lights can send signals -- for example, that a car is going to turn. Now, researchers have engineered tiny 'blinkers' that reveal single molecules of RNA or protein inside cells based on the duration and frequency of each flash. The research, published in the ACS journal Nano Letters, could allow scientists to see the locations of many different biomolecules in a cell simultaneously, possibly leading to better diagnostics and treatments.

Targeting stem-like cells could prevent ovarian cancer recurrence

Ovarian cancer is not the most common form of cancer, but it's among the deadliest. That's because about 70 percent of cases recur. A new study by researchers at the University of Pittsburgh, ...

Tue 12 Mar 19 from Medical Xpress

Researchers Use a Single Fluorophore to Simultaneously Image Different Molecules

In day-to-day life, blinking lights can be used for sending signals––for instance, that a car is about to turn. At present, tiny “blinkers” that show single molecules ...

Thu 14 Mar 19 from AZoNano

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