The destiny of intestinal cells is not predetermined
Throughout life organs in the body are maintained by stem cells. A new study reveals that the destiny of intestinal cells, even immature, is not predetermined. They are affected by the cells’ immediate surroundings in the intestines. Identifying the signal necessary for the immature cells to develop will be useful for therapy and transplantation .
The birth of cells that make up brain circuits.
Researchers lift the veil on the birth of cells that make up brain circuits. They reconstructed the genetic scenario according to which the parents give birth to neurons of different types (several dozen) according to temporal patterns of gene expression. By artificially modifying these patterns they accelerated the speed of the brain development .
Actin is a key protein for cells to move
Actin is a key protein for cells to move and to divide to recreate themselves. Out of a cell actin molecules form droplets in an almond shape. When adding myosin molecules (motor proteins in muscles) they pinch off the droplet in two parts, recreating the mechanism of cell division.
A network of fine blood vessels inside the bones :
A network of fine blood vessels inside the bones has been discovered which helps blood and immune cells to spread efficiently and rapidly throughout the body. In mice, 80% of arterial and 59% of venous blood passes through these tiny canals called trans-cortical vessels (TCVs). Same kind of TCV structure exists in humans but thicker
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(73aH*) : August 6th is the anniversary of the atomic bomb explosion on Hiroshima in 1945.
This date represents the entrance of Humanity into the age of Revelation (Apocalypsis).
Thus, since August 6, 2018, we are in 73 aH, (meanning 73 after Hiroshima).
It is also an “atheist” and universal calendar to replace the existing “monotheist”, religious and non universal calendars.
A selection of several articles related to Life Sciences published in May & June 2019 (73aH*)