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For regenerating materials, two adjoining, parallel capillaries are filled with regenerative chemicals that flow out when damage occurs.
There's also a Regenerating Hand Cream to soothe and moisturise these most neglected parts of the body.
BBC Wales and the Regeneration Institute have organised the talk, Regenerating Our Communities - Are Community Mutuals the Answer?
Canada has a 99 per cent success rate at regenerating harvested areas over a 10-year period.
Ramon-Cueto, who established techniques for isolating EG cell populations, had previously shown that EG injected into spinal cord could usher regenerating sensory axons into the cord past the normally inhibitory peripheral nerve/spinal border.
Portable series features Arid-X automatic regenerating dryer, drying hopper, and closed-loop conveying system integrated on a compact castered floor frame.
If the regenerative process is prolonged and the regenerating appendage functions at a level significantly below that of a normal one, then the long-term cost of autotomy to individual performance could be high.
The results of the study indicated that the parrots were regenerating the cells in their vestibular apparatus.
Osiris currently markets and sells Osteocel([R]) for regenerating bone in orthopedic indications.
Using this finding as strategic focus for comparisons between regenerating and non-regenerating species, we will investigate i) the cell biological mechanisms that shape Wnt pathway activity; ii) the genomic mechanisms that differentially deploy critical pathway regulators; and iii) evolutionary mechanisms in form of life history trait trade-offs as possible driving force behind the drift of regenerative abilities.
edu/group/nusselab/cgi-bin/wnt/pathway_diagram) Wnt pathway plays a crucial role in regenerating bone.
The researchers say that to date almost all success in regenerating photoreceptor cells has been limited to rods not cones.