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Synthetic Red Blood Cells

February 9, 2021 | | Posted in Newsletter

Synthetic protocells coated in red blood cell fragments
“Cell-like objects that can directly interface with living biological tissues,” is how one [MORE]

Immortalized Red Blood Cells

December 24, 2019 | | Posted in Newsletter

Malaria in peripheral blood
Immortalized red blood cells seems like a misnomer.  Those cells have no nucleus.  But researchers at the [MORE]

Coating Stem Cells to Target Heart Tissue

August 13, 2019 | | Posted in Newsletter

Artificial plasma membrane binding construct
Stem cell scientists at the University of Bristol, and colleagues in Australia and France, described their [MORE]

Gluing Stem Cells

July 23, 2019 | | Posted in Newsletter

Welding stem cells
In an article titled “Artificial Cell Membrane Binding Thrombin Constructs Drive in situ hydrogel formation,” cell biologists at [MORE]

First Programmed Synthetic Tissue

December 4, 2018 | | Posted in Newsletter

Synthetic prototissue with single beat oscillation
Chemists at the University of Bristol (UK) have created a tissue-like material that can simulate [MORE]

Growing Blood without A, B and RhD Antigens

July 17, 2018 | | Posted in Newsletter

Red blood cells
There are 36 different blood groups and more than 350 antigens on red blood cells that can cause [MORE]

Immortalized Stem Cells for Growing Blood

May 16, 2017 | | Posted in Newsletter

Strategies for growing blood from stem cells have proved only marginally successful, because even
Stem Cell
stem cells show the reproductive restriction [MORE]

“Living Bandage” of Stem Cells for Knee Injury

February 28, 2017 | | Posted in Newsletter

Knee Anatomy
Meniscus tears are the bane of sport players from school field games to the big leagues. Moreover, these injuries [MORE]

Improving Bio-Ink for Better 3-D Printing

August 16, 2016 | | Posted in Newsletter

3-D Bioprinting University of Bristol
Researchers at the University of Bristol (UK) have been able to 3-D print a full-size tracheal [MORE]

Genomic Studies of Lifestyle

March 29, 2016 | | Posted in Newsletter

The Human Genome Project
Predictive genomics is still in its infancy, but genome wide association studies of diseases, like lung cancer, [MORE]

Stem cell “Bandage” for Torn Meniscal Cartilage

August 30, 2011 | | Posted in Newsletter

Knee Anatomy
In most cases of a torn knee cartilage, surgeons remove the meniscus, even thought that can result in [MORE]

Artificial Tissue

November 10, 2009 | | Posted in Newsletter

Dr. Dek Woolfson
Professor Dek Woolfson, at the University of Bristol (UK), has been growing artificial tissue that might be [MORE]

Chewing Robot

August 25, 2009 | | Posted in Newsletter

Taking insights from the way airplanes pitch, roll, rise and descend, engineers at the University of Bristol (UK) have designed [MORE]

Insight on Alzheimer’s

July 14, 2009 | | Posted in Newsletter

Researchers at the University of Bristol (UK) have found that endothelin converting enzyme-2 plays a role, along with Aβ peptide [MORE]