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Scientists have found a new way to detect signs of heart disease by looking inside blood vessels.
A commercial test could let doctors easily screen for major depressive disorder.
A mysterious substance in blood rejuvenates blood-forming stem cells.
Researchers hope that curcumin encapsulated in nanospheres will spice up clinical trials for Alzheimer’s, cystic fibrosis, and cancer.
A new forensic test can estimate a person’s age, to within nine years, from blood at the scene of a crime.
Nanoparticles cut the bleeding time in half for rodents.
A new microsensor could help millions of patients who rely on blood-thinning drugs safely treat themselves.
A startup is planning human trials for a nanostructured material that quickly stops bleeding.
Nanotubes can transport RNA into the human immune system’s white blood cells, making the cells less vulnerable to attack by the HIV virus.
A 15-nanometer-thick porous silicon membrane could lead to microfluidics filters and make protein purification and blood dialysis more efficient.