This episode: A cancer-killing virus could help increase success of treatment of a form of eye cancer in children!
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This episode: Bacteria rid themselves of burdensome waste by ejecting it inside little pieces of their own cell, called minicells!
This episode: Combining cells with light-absorbing nanomaterials can help tumor-targeting bacteria produce more anticancer compound!
This episode: A harmless strain of bacteria on the skin produces a compound that can prevent tumors from forming!
This episode: Adding adapters to anti-cancer virus helps it avoid destruction by the body so it can target the tumors!
This episode: Protein bags of gas in bacteria could help make ultrasound imaging more versatile!
This episode: Scientists study how fungi make interesting peptides using large proteins instead of ribosomes.