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The June issue of Research Spotlight highlights research advancements from scientists whom we have served.
Read about new studies outlining potential treatments to promote tissue repair and regeneration. For example, one study demonstrated the significance of EE for cardiac repair.
Scientists also investigated the promising roles of ROS-scavenging hydrogel, responsive Mn3O4 nanoplatform, and a novel 3D-printed porous bioactive ceramic scaffold for spinal cord injury, gastric cancer, and bone injury, respectively.
Other papers uncovered the molecular mechanisms of SIRT1, Neat1, cathepsin B/NLRP3, and FASN in different diseases and cancer.
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Every month, we feature 10 research studies from scientists whom we have served. In our April edition of Research Spotlight, scientists focus on finding novel delivery systems to improve the poor delivery efficiency of therapeutic biomolecules.
One research paper provided new insights into how renal exosomes are aroused by β-catenin, underscoring an important therapeutic strategy for CKD. Studies highlighting the promising potential of engineered EGCG-containing nanoassemblies, microalgae-based...
Our November edition of Research Spotlight highlights 10 research studies that provide deeper insights on the biological functions of several key biomarkers and their clinical translational potential.
Two studies reveal new insights for diabetes treatment by investigating the functions of PGRMC1 and an m6A reader protein for insulin metabolism and delayed diabetic wound healing respectively.
Scientists also perform bioinformatics and immunological analysis of several regulatory...
We're delighted to bring you our October edition of Research Spotlight, featuring 10 new publications of various fields from scientists whom Boster has served.
This month, research papers delve into nanotechnology advancements using polydopamine nanoparticles, PLGA nanoparticles, and HA-coated collagen nanofibers for cancer treatments and regenerative medicine.
Scientists also investigate how exercise can ameliorate tumor-associated anemia, how the SARS-CoV-2 virus crosses the...
The September edition of Research Spotlight presents 10 recent publications from scientists whom Boster has served.
This month’s selected research papers characterize the underlying mechanisms of several cancers, HIV, and other systemic diseases. Among the studies, monoclonal antibodies and a tumor nanovaccine are explored as therapeutic treatments for different cancers.
Scientists also demonstrate how a 3D-printed biphasic scaffold can enhance cartilage regeneration. In addition, the role of PEDF in collagen synthesis and its implications for tissue expansion in plastic surgery is investigated.
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Our June edition of Research Spotlight presents 10 recent research papers from scientists whom Boster has served.
In the selected studies, you will learn how the research community is developing more efficient ways for drug delivery, utilizing biomaterials in therapeutic treatments, exploring various pathological reactions, and many more.
Among the papers, scientists investigate how the apoptotic process can be used to load drugs for brain-targeted delivery with much higher efficiency...
Science is always evolving and advancing throughout the ongoing process of knowledge discovery. Every month, we select 10 recent publications from scientists whom Boster has served.
Our April edition of Research Spotlight presents the latest information about various tumor-regulating genes/proteins, including BRCA1, HMGB1, EGFR, VEGFR2, PERK, and lncRNA LOC102724169. Several promising strategies to modulate immunoinflammatory microenvironments for bone regeneration and cancer are also...
Our January edition of Research Spotlight presents an array of 10 interesting developments in the biomedical world. Valuable information about proliferation of cancer cells, immunity, inflammatory bowel diseases, and the body’s responses to oxidative stress and various nutrients are discussed.
In addition, scientists investigate how SLC19A1 as the major transporter of CDNs into cells could serve as a new potential immunotherapeutic treatment of cancer and some inflammatory diseases...
The December edition of Research Spotlight highlights 10 recent research discoveries from scientists whom Boster has served.
In these studies, the effects of several key proteins and their signaling pathways were explored in correlation to the progression and activation of cancer cells, diabetic nephropathy, inflammation, and brain injury.
The role of polysulfides as potential tumor suppressors and regulators might represent an alternative therapeutic candidate for the management of diabetic nephropathy. Additionally, several promising potential therapeutic strategies for enhanced immunotherapy, such as enhanced drug delivery systems, ultrasound-guided platelet-rich plasma injection, and the role of mechanical cues in vascular biology were also investigated.
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In our November edition of Research Spotlight, we feature 10 recently published research papers from scientists whom Boster has served.
This month’s selected research publications investigate how several cells and mediators regulate the development of fibrotic diseases, cancer, inflammatory responses, diabetes, allergy, endometriosis, and anxiety.
Among the studies, scientists propose the underlying mechanisms of how endothelin receptor antagonists may serve as a therapeutic strategy for fibrotic diseases. The role of PRMT5 in laryngeal tumor carcinogenesis is also explored.
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