Category Archives: single-cell biology

Tiny implants for single-cells are functional in vivo.

Synthetic biology, the manufacture of previously unseen biologics, proffers unlimited potential to manipulate or rebuild imperfect processes within the body on the nanoscale.  Mimicking biological processes by engineering nanostructures for single-cell transplants represents an elegant strategy for addressing problems in various scientific fields. Now, a study from researchers at the University of Basel successfully integrates artificial organelles into the cells

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