I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells.
Everything you'll ever need to know is within you; the secrets of the universe are imprinted on the cells of your body. But you haven't learned how to read the wisdom of the body.
Just a few years ago, physicians were taught that once brain cells were lost there was little that could be done to restore function beyond teaching patients how to compensate for their paralyzed limb. Today, we know the brain has amazing potential to be re-educated to pick up some of the lost function ? provided it receives the right kind of stimulation.
Delivery of cells on scaffolds that promoted both activation and migration led to extensive repopulation of host muscle tissue and increased the regeneration of muscle fibers at the wound. If we only had one or the other signal - sticky molecules or drugs - we didn't get any significant regeneration.
A major problem with cancer is not necessarily the primary tumor formation, but the ability of some tumor cells within that primary tumor to metastasize, or travel to distant sites, where they develop new tumors.
What we hope we can do is determine ways of initiating apoptosis in these invasive cells.
These particles can damage the cells in the lining of our lungs and produce lung cancer.
[They] stimulate the immune system, white blood cells that fight infections by giving something that looks similar to the disease.
This is a very important clue, because it indicates this program of fat storage is perpetuated as these cells divide. It's not driven strictly by over-nutrition.
CSA-54 killed a wide range of HIV isolates, and completely blocked genetically engineered HIV that enters the cells independent of the cell surface receptor the virus normally uses.
I have two brain cells left, and one of them is busy reminding me to buy toilet paper.
We presently have the technology ... fuel cells, solar cells, hydrogen ... the opportunities are amazing for clean energy.
Way back in 1972, I read that they were using living cells from aborted babies to make the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine. That violated my conscious. I guess I am a little bit angry about it, about the Iowa law (that makes people get vaccines).
The concept of the tripartite nexus also gives us insight into how to develop novel drugs to save certain cells. For example, if we could block the formation of the nexus in children receiving radiation or chemotherapy for cancer, we might be able to save otherwise healthy cells from the side effects of these treatments. Or, we might be able to encourage the formation of the tripartite nexus in cells that pose a threat to the body.
They demonstrate that you can isolate the equivalent embryonic stem cells by alternative methods that may not raise the ethical questions. I would say they also raise more questions than answers.
The engineered bladders were grown from the patients' own cells, so there is no risk of rejection.
The best news is that natural killer cells are actually very efficient immune cells that fight viruses or cancers.
We show how the normal function of the gene keeps dopamine cells from dying. If the gene is abnormal, these protective mechanisms cannot be brought into play.
The imaging emits a white symbol which identifies whether the new cells generated are tendons or not.
In cancer we're talking about understanding the process by which these cells malfunction, and hopefully manipulating the cells to reverse that malfunction.
If it works, (patients) will be cured. It will be their own cells, so we don't plan to use any immune suppression or any drug.
The umbilical cord matrix cells have major advantages over other stem-cell sources, ... They can be harvested easily and in large numbers. And the cost of collecting them is relatively low.
The exciting point of the new research is that we are finding that even tumor cells will try to make sense of their location, and when they cannot, they will often activate this suicide pathway.
It allows people to give twice as many red blood cells in one donation. The procedure is a real advancement in the blood collection process.
I have strong moral objections to creating human organisms in order to harvest cells from them in a way that destroys them. But those objections simply would not apply to proposals that would not in fact involve human organisms.