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Until now, there didn't seem to be a way to reliably make the limited supply of human beta cells proliferate in the laboratory and remain functional.
Mobile and online channels continue to proliferate and blur in how they're delivered and how they're received.
First, as sensors proliferate around the vehicle, the data created can be used by other safety systems to prepare for, mitigate, or avoid a crash situation.
Demand for Complementary Components Expanding Rapidly as Multi-Region UMTS Handsets Proliferate
Washington, August 10 (ANI): A new study has shed light on why adult human cardiac cells lose their ability to proliferate, perhaps explaining why our heart have little regenerative capacity.
The cells were able to proliferate on the standard plastic growth surface.
We hope that in the years ahead, the techniques we discuss will proliferate widely throughout our specialty.
A French affair-or will Hains's absurdist rhetoric manage to proliferate beyond France's linguistic borders?
coms proliferate, in New York's Silicon Alley and elsewhere, they are looking to Swanke Hayden Connell Architects (SHCA) for help in creating office space that combines versatility with verve.
As online communities proliferate, simplicity, convenience and security rise to the top as key concerns for consumers and businesses across the Internet," says Stratton Sclavos, CEO of VeriSign.
By far the most popular theory is that linoleic acid increases the production of eicosanoids like prostaglandins, which may encourage cancer cells to proliferate.
The thinking has been that blood stem cells must proliferate to acquire the mutations that drive tumor development.