Tag: "nanospheres" at biology news

Dental researchers answer key enamel question

...gh as 1000. The microribbons' chains of amelogenin nanospheres were also elongated. Oldak wondered if the microri... including a report of "beaded rows" of amelogenin nanospheres alongside developing crystals in enamel. "We demonstrate that amelogenin protein has a strong tenden...

'Nanospheres' that block pain of sensitive teeth

...is a 'nanosphere' and are now trying to synthesize nanospheres of hydroxyapatite. Hydroxyapatite is a ceramic mat...inside the tiny channels in teeth. To see whether nanospheres would be successful at filling the channels they used commercially available silica nanospheres of a...

Green nanochemistry featured at American Chemical Society symposium, March 26-29

...te University in Stillwater have developed polymer nanospheres that can be used to detect hazardous materials in aquatic environments near parts per billion levels. The sensors, which change their shape and optical properties depending on the chemical that is present, can be read by optical spectroscopic techniq...

Cellular scale drug delivery from the inside out

...atory. Using tiny silica particles call mesoporous nanospheres to carry drugs inside living cells, Ames Laborator... delivers its pharmaceutical payload. "First, the nanospheres are only about 200 nanometers in diameter, roughly the size of a virus, so they won't trigger an imm...

ACS News Service Weekly PressPac -- February 14, 2007

...anisms A new process for making much-sought iron nanospheres Recipe for healthy garlic: Crush before cooking ...ELEASE A new process for making much-sought iron nanospheres Journal of the American Chemical Society Using a process that creates bubbles as hot as the surfa...

UC Davis researchers use heated nanoprobes to destroy breast cancer cells in mice

... bioprobes created by wedding magnetizediron-oxide nanospheres to radiolabeled monoclonal antibodies. The bioprob...tic field to thetumor region, causing the magnetic nanospheres latched onto the tumor cellsto change polarity thousands of times per second, instantaneouslygenerat...

ACS News Service Weekly PressPac -- May 9, 2007

...orating tiny drops of water laced with polystyrene nanospheres to form the transparent igloos. The drops consiste... and injecting minimal amounts of water containing nanospheres into it, it should be possible to mimic basic processes in tornadoes experimentally and to explore t...

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(Date:7/23/2014)... Tracking of blue whales by satellite over a 15-year ... whales consistently return to feed in specific locations each ... in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by ... data may be used to mitigate human threats to ... has been slow to recover since the establishment of ...
(Date:7/23/2014)... cultured from cystic fibrosis patients, scientists at the UNC ... have shown that a new CF drug counteracts the ... The finding, published today in the journal Science ... becomes unstable and loses its ability to function properly ... research offers several insights into how novel CF pharmacotherapies ...
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