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  • Article answering: Does having a blood transfusion change your DNA? Transfusion cannot change your DNA but bone marrow transplants can change your DNA. So, Does a blood transfusion change your DNA and if so, will it be for the worse? Doubtful. Will a blood transfusion change your DNA in future?

    Does Having a Blood Transfusion Change Your DNA?

    Does Having a Blood Transfusion Change Your DNA?

    by Justin Muir0

  • Interstitial fluid bathes cells, giving them nutrients and removing wastes. The interstitium is the space containing the fluid. Some scientists believe that fluid-filled spaces in the body are connected, forming an organ. The spaces may play a role in transporting cancer cells.

    Interstitial Fluid and the Interstitium: Formation and Function

    Interstitial Fluid and the Interstitium: Formation and Function

    by Linda Crampton18

  • Researchers have found that people with osteoarthritis seem to have a lower than normal level of FOXO proteins in their damaged joints. Increasing the protein level might help to treat the disease.

    FOXO Proteins in Joint Health and Osteoarthritis

    FOXO Proteins in Joint Health and Osteoarthritis

    by Linda Crampton28

  • Blood flukes (genus Schistosoma) parasitic flatworms which infect the organ systems of mammals. They are a serious concern in developing countries, with over 250 million cases recorded per year.

    Life History of the Blood Fluke (Schistosoma sp.)

    Life History of the Blood Fluke (Schistosoma sp.)

    by Jack Dazley0

  • Paneth cells are found in the glands of the small intestine. They play an important role in keeping the intestinal lining in good condition. A problem with autophagy or unfolded proteins in the cells has been repeatedly linked to Crohn's disease.

    Paneth Cells and Their Association With Crohn's Disease

    Paneth Cells and Their Association With Crohn's Disease

    by Linda Crampton24

  • Bispecific antibodies can bind two different antigens simultaneously. With over 100 formats in the development it is one of the fastest growing class of investigational drugs.

    Bispecific Antibodies

    Bispecific Antibodies

    by Sherry Haynes0

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