Singapore Bioimaging Consortium (SBIC)
Researchers reveal that the buildup of branched-chain amino acids fuels the growth and aggressiveness of liver cancer cells.
Insights into the molecular changes in regenerating liver cells may reveal ways to help patients recover from surgery or disease
A new imaging method could reduce the number of repeat operations for breast cancer
Peptide coatings boost the biocompatibility and performance of tiny iron oxide-based particles for diagnostic magnetic resonance imaging
A previously unsuspected region in the brain has been
implicated in controlling feeding in mice
Palladium catalyst speeds up two separate reactions,
making useful molecules in a single process
A new initiative will investigate the causes of heart failure in unprecedented detail.
Singaporean researchers tackle one of the world’s most pressing obesity problems — an issue that
could look like a slender person of Asian descent who eats rice three times a
evolution has been used to design enzymes able to make imaging agents for
in fat tissues’ light reflecting properties make for easy detection
Identification of novel
circuit components offers an alternative therapeutic target