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Material regeneration with purified air flow Absorbance (au) Adsorption of BTX molecules on the sensing layer.
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REGENERATION – CLEAVAGE – RENAISSANCE At a certain altitude there are four layers of atomic gas.
Olfactory mucosa contains stem-like progenitor cells and olfactory ensheathing cells (OECs) thought to mediate repair of the central nervous system.2,6 Olfactory mucosal stem cells have been shown to be effective in regenerating neuronal cell populations in vitro.12 OECs, which function normally to surround the olfactory axons and support axonal regeneration, have shown promise in preclinical animal models as a cell transplantation therapy for repair of the injured spinal cord.2,4,10 Although the goal of the olfactory mucosal cell transplantation was to capitalize on the regenerating properties of the stem-like progenitor cells and OECs, histological examination revealed that the mass was composed mostly of cysts lined by respiratory epithelium, submucosal glands with goblet cells, and intervening nerve twigs.
Reflecting muscle regeneration in vivo, the majority of muscle stem cells in vitro fuse to form differentiated plurinucleated myotubes, while a minority do not fuse but self-renew to constitute the pool of reserve cells that express PAX7, a marker of muscle progenitor fate (Zammit et al., 2006).