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The cells of a human could someday be used to help bioengineer a spinal disc in the lab to replace a deteriorated one causing neck or back pain.
Precision medicine will need to encourage new animal-modeling approaches. October 2018.
BioScience, May 2017
Researchers have found that breaking down a virus’s tough outer shell creates nanoparticles that could improve the delivery of chemotherapies and other medicines to diseased cells.
Engineers have created a new type of surface coating that can effectively kill viruses, bacteria, and other pathogens when applied to different products.