Janice

Janice

Joined: April 28th, 2021
Articles Posted: 31

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Published 1 Year Ago
Stem Cell Research: A Promising Field with a Significant Impact on Human Health
Stem cells are undifferentiated cells with unlimited self-renewal potential. They are capable of developing into a variety of different cell types in the body. Stem cells, based on their origin, can be categorized into embryonic stem cells and adult stem

Published 1 Year Ago
The Complement System as a Therapeutic Target: New Insights into Health
The complement system consists of a group of nearly 60 proteins that are found in the blood plasma or on the surface of some cells. The complement system is well known for its role in innate immunity and in the maintenance of tissue homeostasis, providing

Published 1 Year Ago
What are Small Molecule Antibodies? Top Facts You May Not Know
Within the fields of molecular biology and pharmacology, a small molecule is a low molecular weight organic compound that may regulate a biological process, with a size on the order of 1 nm. Small molecules include peptides, native small molecules,

Published 1 Year Ago
Emerging Biomedical Concepts in the Next Generation Probiotics Field
Next generation probiotics (NGPs), also sometimes referred to as live biotherapeutics, are probiotics that act in a pharmaceutical capacity by shifting the gut microbiome to address specific needs. These potentially beneficial bacteria are gradually

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Pharmaceutical Emulsions: Showing Increasing Possibilities in Drug Delivery
An emulsion is a biphasic, metastable coarse dispersion of two immiscible materials, usually liquids (typically oil and water), that produces a semisolid. Common emulsions can be oil suspended in water or aqueous phase (o/w) or water suspended in oil

Published 1 Year Ago
iPSC-Derived NK Cells Show Promise in Cancer Immunotherapy
Adoptive cell therapy has emerged as a novel and promising treatment option for relapsed and refractory malignancies. This therapy, which commonly uses T cells extracted from the patient, has shown effective results, especially in many hematological

Published 1 Year Ago
What are Haptens in Immunology and What Can They Do?
In the development of immunoassays for small organic molecules, as well known, hapten design plays a significant role. They have been successfully applied in many fields such as food, medicine, and environmental protection, and have achieved relatively

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Virosomes: Showing Broad Application Prospects in Vaccination and Drug Delivery
Although the field of drug delivery systems (DDS) has undergone a critical leap in the past few decades, the main drawback of most potential drugs is the inability to achieve targeted effects. Generally, cancer treatment includes chemotherapy, surgery and

Published 1 Year Ago
What Are Probiotics and Can They Help Enhance Human Health?
There are trillions of bacteria and other microorganisms in the human intestine,which together constitute the intestinal microflora. And the gut-associated lymphoid tissue (GALT) contains the vast majority and most complex pool of immune cells. This

Published 1 Year Ago
How Fc Engineering Technology Improves Antibodies for Better Therapeutics
Monoclonal antibodies are essential tools for many molecular immunology investigations. They are laboratory-produced molecules designed to replace antibodies that can restore, enhance or mimic the immune system\'s attack on cancer cells. There are

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