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Tali Sep 28
' ' approach to kill Without using Drugs Cancer cells are killed in lab experiments and tumour growth reduced in mice, using a new approach that turns a nanoparticle into a 'Trojan horse' causing cancer cells to -
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Visible Body 11m
Right now, some of your are making copies of themselves so they can replace old, dead cells. It’s the circle of life, Simba. Learn more about the cell cycle and and !
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Myra Barnett Sep 28
Making plant and animal cells using items from home. Couldn’t b prouder of the kiddos.
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Phys.org Sep 25
High-performance single-atom catalysts for high-temperature
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Abby Philips M.D., D.M. (Hepatology) Sep 27
and are a 'well known' cause 4 adverse events. Times have changed. taking MUST include use, mandatory question like patient Age. Below, related spur cells-severe of blood
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KIT Karlsruhe Sep 24
“Stretching rack” for cells: An ingenious device, only a few micrometers in size, enables to study the reaction of individual biological to mechanical stress.
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George𝕲🇺🇸 Sep 25
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Clinical and Medical Biochemistry Journal Sep 21
Adenosine diphosphate, also known as adenosine pyrophosphate, is an important organic compound in and is essential to the flow of in living .
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Nanolive Sep 22
Can you see those small white dots whizzing around inside the ? Can you guess what they are and why they are moving so fast? Check out more here:
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Philipp Berens 3h
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South West Fife Police Sep 28
One male arrested in and charged in connection with theft by shoplifting. Bed and breakfast in one of our finest rooms before an appearance at court.
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Bertsy Goic 2h
day29 An adequate and robust development of is not only , it is absolutely necessary for an adequate metabolic control.
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Bertsy Goic Sep 26
Despite an apparent stability, are quite dynamic, being capable of regenerating upon injury with a pretty impressive velocity. The integrated work of , and other bone is essential for the maintenance of a healthy skeleton.
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Angela J Reynolds Sep 26
Brilliant!!!! What an excellent book about cells. It is chatty, but full of science. And the illustrations are top-notch. And a book that is narrated by a skin cell from the butt of a dog? You know kids are going to love it.
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Tracy Woodhouse Sep 24
Great creative skills from year 12 today in A&P - can you guess what it is yet??
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Bertsy Goic Sep 22
When encounter , they change their properties and do the opposite to most : they “escape” from the injury site. They travel to the lymph nodes, where they will activate
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Breanna 1h
It’s a beautiful day to learn outside
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Hepatoma Research Sep 23
A review article published this month: Detection of circulating tumor cells in hepatocellular carcinoma: applications in diagnosis, prognosis prediction and personalized treatment ().
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LOOKING GOOD LCN 9h
Get rid of the last of your winter skin with this Regenerating Skin Care Combo! A simple and effective Facial Care routine available online or at a LCN stockist near you
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