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To test the rejuvenated cells, the researchers used a process known as serial competitive transplantation.
It left me rejuvenated and ready to face the world again.
He said that MMA would have to undergo many trials to be rejuvenated, and said that unity and coalition among religious oriented polity was never so desperately felt; in face of many global challenges being faced by Ummah.
Werther's Original, the top hard-boiled sweet from Bendicks Mayfair, is being rejuvenated and expanded with a contemporary brand positioning and pack design, as well as a multi-million pound support package which includes TV advertising and heavyweight trade investment.
The property is nearby the rejuvenated Bloomfield Business District, as well as an abundance of top quality middle class housing.
I also feel mentally and physically rejuvenated, able to overcome the challenges that are sure to come my way.
Whaling made it fabulously wealthy in the mid-1800s, and many of the old homes on the island have been rejuvenated rather than torn down and replaced.
In fact, the exercise has rejuvenated him as an actor and boosted his career.
When I feel rejuvenated, I feel enlivened, energized, connected with the world around me, and all of those qualities are ones that we notice in children.
In the worst case scenario, our rejuvenated Romeos, their revivified manhood not properly appreciated at home, will go in search of newer-model Juliets.
Majority of New Moms Did Not Feel Rejuvenated or Well Prepared for Transition to Home, Opening Door for Hospitals to Differentiate Care Experience
These old cells were reprogrammed in vitro to induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSC) and to rejuvenated and human embryonic stem cells (hESC): cells of all types can again be differentiated after this genuine "rejuvenation" therapy.