NIH researchers put complex, high-resolution data within reach for many more scientists
Research demonstrates how Rensselaer-made peptides can bind to cells and potentially block viruses
Bacteria cells are so teeny tiny that it has been very difficult to analyze just one bacterial cell, or bacterium, at a time
Computational models based on deep learning predict the activities of SpCas9 variants and provide a useful guide for selecting the most appropriate one
The protein structure facilitates viral entry into host cells making it a key target for vaccine and antiviral drug development, according to the researchers
In lab experiments, both the lung cell and immune cell types of nanosponges caused the SARS-CoV-2 virus to lose nearly 90 percent of its "viral infectivity"
Scientists have developed a technology to print tissues directly in the human body
The rapid-prototyping system rapidly identifies optimal enzymes for sustainable fuels and materials
To cure prostate cancer, scientists decided to capitalize on the Warburg effect, which involves tumor cells' inclination to eat lots of "sugar"
DNA data storage systems have the potential to hold orders of magnitude more information than existing systems of comparable size