Professor Dirk Schulze-Makuch, who led the study, said: "If liquid water and a significant atmosphere were present on the early moon for long periods of time, we think the lunar surface would have been at least transiently
"We envision a pill that a patient can take before a meal that transiently
coats the gut to replicate the effects of surgery," said co-senior author Jeff Karp, Ph.D., a bioengineer and principal investigator at BWH.
This light is absorbed by tissues containing hemoglobincausing them to minimally warm up and transiently
Frequency's precise and controlled approach transiently
causes innate progenitor cells to divide and differentiate to initiate repair, much like what is seen in naturally regenerating tissues such as the skin and intestine.
This view would be consistent with the fact that in 2017, the FDA issued only three warning letters concerning cosmetics with anti-aging claims, compared with at least 23 issued in 2016; in all three cases, the claims that the companies were making went far beyond true cosmetic claims that the products would improve the appearance of by transiently
or superficially affecting aging skin.
AtT20 cells were seeded to 60-70% confluence in regular medium in 24multiwell plates and the cells were transfected (transiently
) with 300 ng of each reporter plasmid and 100 or 150 ng of [beta]-gal control plasmid.
FX-322, the company's therapeutic candidate for noise induced hearing loss, is a proprietary combination of small-molecules drugs designed to transiently
activate inner ear progenitor cells, enable the creation of new inner ear hair cells in the cochlea, and improve hearing.
Inhibiting apoptosis transiently
during the stressful period of transplantation could be an attractive strategy to improve transplantation outcome without increasing the risk of long-term adverse effects.
It has been established that an oral sweet taste sensation (OSTS) can exaggerate digestive activation transiently
, with observations of increased coeliac artery blood flow (CABF), which supplies the stomach, pancreas, spleen, and liver, following sweet taste stimulation.
Following [N.sub.2]O inhalation, a euphoric, empathogenic, and sometimes hallucinogenic effect occurs transiently
. [N.sub.2]O abuse has been reported among adolescents with a lifetime prevalence ranging from 2% to 15.8% (1, 2).
The panel was of the opinion that the withdrawal of high-value bank notes could 'transiently
interrupt' some part of industrial activity in November-December.
We describe the successful long term resolution of a patient who developed pleural effusions after starting continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (CAPD), by altering the PD prescription to normal volume daytime ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (DAPD) transiently
before resuming the usual CAPD exchanges four months later.
'The severely stressful life event of losing a partner was followed by a transiently
increased risk of atrial fibrillation lasting for one year, especially for the least-predicted losses,' the researchers concluded, adding that unexpected deaths caused more pain.
Her postoperative course was completely uneventful, as she experienced no dysphagia ordysphonia, even transiently
. One month later, she no longer required regular painkillers, and at 14 months, she remained essentially pain-free.
In the present study, we examined POD-1 and SF-1 expression in primary cultures of isolated rat adrenal cells, specifically glomerulosa (G) and fasciculata/reticularis (F/R) cells, that were transiently
transfected with a vector for POD-1 overexpression.