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Scientists have confirmed the feasibility of using a new drug delivery system â€” the basis for a battery-powered skin patch â€” to administer medication that shows promise for treating peripheral artery disease (PAD) and healing stubborn skin ulcers and burns.
Researchers have developed a microfluidic device that automatically orients hundreds of fruit fly and other embryos to prepare them for research.
Using fruit flies as a model to study embryo formation, scientists report in Nature Cell Biology that molecular breakdown of a protein called Bicoid is vital to normal head-to-tail patterning of the insect's offspring.
REYKJAVIK, Iceland, December 15, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Scientists in Iceland have developed a revolutionary skincare product after more than a decade of extensive research in plant biotechnology. The skin-rejuvenating phenomenon is called BIOEFFECT(TM) EGF Serum.
SOMERVILLE, N.J., June 18 /PRNewswire/ -- E'shee Skin Care products are the result of a careful collaboration of skin care professionals, doctors and chemists; these revolutionary new products are the next step in skin care.
The vivid colors and designs animals use to interact with their environments have awed and inspired since before people learned to draw on the cave wall.
Sonic hedgehog, a gene that plays a crucial rule in the positioning and growth of limbs, fingers and toes, has been confirmed in an unexpected place in the embryos of developing mice â€” the layer of cells that creates the skin.
Researchers at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) have proposed a novel model that differs from a widely held hypothesis about the mechanisms by which developing animals pattern their tissues and structures.
Rats given a cancer-fighting drug spontaneously consume less alcohol, U.S. researchers say.
A researcher of the University of Innsbruck elucidates an important developmental mechanism.