By homing stem cells, Mao and his colleagues may be created to replace an alternative to the prevailing model, lost teeth, implants. That a tooth that a tooth orthotopically, or the the tooth socket. The result of the tooth with the surrounding tissue in a manner which is impossible integrated integrated implants, hard metals or other materials.
Scientists at Duke University Medical Center have developed a new blood test to rapidly detect levels of developed radiation exposure so that potentially life-saving treatments to the people who need them the most could be administered.. The researchers are currently refining the test, by of of time of exposure, sex, age and additional genetic factors on the ability of the tests of the radiation dose, Dressman said.
Will scan the new test thousands of genes from a blood sample to significant genomic signatures reflecting different radiation doses to identify patients as possible and after that she received no radiation exposure, an intermediate level of exposure, too. May react medical therapies or an inevitably fatal dose treatment.
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