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  1. ULTRAFAST LASERS: Femtosecond pulses kill viruses, leave human cells alone

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    Thu, 1 Nov 2007

    great efficiency while keeping human cells intact. The scientists suspect the ..... survive. The technique is safe for human cells because they are more than an order ..... different frequency. The large size of human cells also means they are surrounded

  2. Hybrid gold nanoparticles could pair cancer imaging, therapy

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    Fri, 20 Feb 2015

    it possible to combine two forms of tumor treatment with three bioimaging techniques. Tested in mice and on cultured human cells , the nanoparticles demonstrated greater drug loading and delivery capacity than other carriers available, which is promising

  1. Optogenetic method controls gene expression in thoughts

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    Wed, 12 Nov 2014

    cascade, resulting in the production of SEAP. Near-infrared light was used because it is generally not harmful to human cells , can penetrate deep into the tissue and enables the function of the implant to be visually tracked. The system functions

  2. Two-photon microscopy method images oscillating mitochondria in rats

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    Thu, 23 Oct 2014

    spontaneously and often in the rodent cells, leading them to believe that the oscillations almost surely also occur in human cells . Related: Two-photon microscopy method images neuronal activity across the entire brain "The movements could last

  3. Laser light-activated plasmonic nanobubbles kill some cells, treat others

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    Mon, 3 Dec 2012

    cell processing, Lapotko says. Lapotko plans to build a prototype of the technology with an eye toward testing with human cells in the near future. "We'd like for this to be a universal platform for cell and gene therapy and for stem cell transplantation

  4. Light now able to activate cell surface receptors, with promising implications

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    Tue, 8 Jul 2014

    may rescue cell survival and function in degenerative disease. Activation of selected human cells with high spatial precision. Illumination of human cells in freely designed patterns (here depicting the letters IST) demonstrates the new ability

  5. Fluorescent light 'tags and tracks’ DNA looping

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    Mon, 13 Aug 2012

    circular, including some bacteria and viruses. Human DNA is linear, but the possibility that DNA looping takes place in human cells is an ongoing area of investigation, says Stephen Levene, Ph.D., professor of bioengineering, molecular and cell

  6. LASER SURGERY/CANCER TREATMENT: Real-time interactivity enhances interstitial brain tumor therapy

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    Sat, 1 May 2010

    low-cost option is particularly compelling for both clinicians and patients. Controlled thermal ablation All live human cells can be killed almost immediately at severely elevated temperatures (above 57°C) through various processes, including protein

  7. Polarized microscopy technique shows protein relation in living cells

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    Thu, 21 Apr 2011

    before." The scientists used the technique to study nuclear pore complexes in both budding yeast and human cells . In the case of the human cells , their new data shows that multiple copies of a key building block of the nuclear pore complex, the

  8. PROTEOMICS/CELL BIOLOGY: In-vivo polarized fluorescence microscopy technique reveals protein arrangement

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    Sun, 1 May 2011

    best.” The scientists used the technique to study nuclear pore complexes in both budding yeast and human cells . In the case of the human cells , their new data shows that multiple copies of a key building block of the nuclear pore complex, the

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