By creating barrel-shaped proteins that embed into lipid membranes, biochemists have expanded the bioengineering toolkit.
This population should be considered at a high risk and be included in Phase 1B vaccination schedules, the authors say.
A Nature paper today discusses findings from sequencing and data analysis of 53,581 diverse human genomes.
When mixed with fluid from a nasal swab or blood sample, these protein sensors emit light within minutes.
COVID-19 mortality was 13 times higher in pregnant mothers than in similarly aged individuals who were not pregnant.
A network of U.S. biomedical engineering researchers calls to end funding discrimination against Black scientists.
UW Medicine virologists identified two cases of the variant in specimens collected from Snohomish County residents.
In a small study of neurostimulation, not all participants experienced equal success, but one was ultimately able to play a guitar.
The focus is discerning which smartphone-based approaches best benefit patients who are receiving care for mental health.
A study detected a sustained, multipronged arsenal against the pandemic coronavirus in recovered individuals.