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1probeta femininetubo de ensayo masculinebefore noun test-tube baby — niña probeta feminine
- The scientists then used test-tube experiments to show the virus could infect T cells under laboratory conditions.
- Folkman and the other members of the research team quickly came up with a long-term blood-storage solution, but in working on the problem he discovered that tumor cells that grew in mice did not grow in a test-tube culture.
- In the test-tube part of the study, the oregano oil completely stopped or prevented the growth of candida - by up to 75 percent.
- During test-tube studies at Showa University in Tokyo, published in the Archives of Dermatological Research, a major component of green tea, EGCg, seemed to neutralize the effects of a toxin thought to trigger eczema.
- After a six-month immigration battle, test-tube twins born to their maternal grandmother in Gujarat have been allowed to enter Britain to be re-united with their genetic parents.
- These test-tube experiments revealed that trehalose - a sugar naturally made by organisms including yeast, bacteria, and insects - inhibits the aggregation.
- Although many studies involving quercetin are still in the test-tube phase, onions are still a good source of vitamins and minerals.
- ‘We are still at the test-tube stage and chemical agents used would not be suitable for human use,’ he said.
- Even the lead researcher of the Science study, Ian Blair, Ph.D., professor at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, has said his test-tube results are preliminary and cannot be applied to humans.
- Science, when it involves the real world and not some artificially controlled test-tube environment, is absolutely packed with uncertainties, and there are always opposing views - sometimes more than two.
- But it's not clear whether the study's test-tube measure - the Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity, or ORAC - reflects what happens in the body.
- In test-tube experiments, scientists studied the effect of serotonin on Burkitt's lymphoma, a cancer of the immune system.
- Compounds in cat's claw called pentacyclic alkaloids have been shown in test-tube studies to have anti-viral, anti-inflammatory and detoxification properties.
- In the January Chemical Research in Toxicology, Fukuhara's group describes test-tube experiments showing that even at high concentrations, the synthetic catechin remains an antioxidant.
- Adorability notwithstanding, the test-tube koalas are by-products of a project to establish the use of long-shelf-life koala sperm as a means of shoring up vulnerable populations.
- In test-tube studies, the enzyme can destroy flagellin whether it's part of a bacterium's flagella or just free-floating in a solution.
- There is, admits Alison, still a stigma attached to test-tube babes: ‘People just look at you differently when you have gone through this.’
- Animal and test-tube studies have long suggested that damage caused by oxidation leads to cataracts and macular degeneration.
- By doing so, scientists can create experiments in silico, using the computer rather than traditional test-tube methods known as the ‘wet’ lab approach.
- After four or five days in space, the sperm will be returned to Earth where it will used to make test-tube piglets.
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