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F.D.A. Keeps US sales of pelvic tissue, citing safety concerns for women

But even the small mesh devices have an unacceptably high complication rate ranging from 5 to 15 percent. "There was never a need for these mesh products," he said, noting that there is an alternative surgical procedure using a patient's own tissue. The battle over the safety of the pelvic network has existed for more than a decade. Until Tuesday, …

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Researchers have created a tissue that dynamically regulates the heat that passes through them – ScienceDaily

Despite decades of innovation in high-tech fabrics that keep marathon runners cool or keep alpine hikers warm, there has never been a material that changes its insulation properties depending on the environment. Until now. University of Maryland researchers have created a substance that can automatically regulate the amount of heat passing through it. When the conditions are warm and humid, …

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A complete Axolotl genome could pave the way for the regeneration of human tissue

Axolotl are aquatic salamanders with exceptional regenerative capabilities. Image: IMP The delightful and enigmatic axolotl is capable of regenerating many different parts of the body including limbs, organs and even parts of its brain. Scientists hope that a deeper understanding of these extraordinary abilities can help make this type of tissue regeneration possible for humans. With today's news about the …

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Living tissue printed for the first time in space

The experiment was said to have taken place in October 2018, but the Soyuz MS-10 spacecraft, carrying cosmonaut Alexey Ovchinin and the bioprinter, suffered a booster failure that forced the crew to crash. Both Ovchinin and astronaut Nick Hague escaped safely, but the printer was severely damaged. A backup was prepared quickly and the new crew including Kononenko was trained …

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Scientists have found a way to convert carbon dioxide into plastics and tissue

American researchers from Rutgers University have learned that they are preparing catalysts by trafficking at a later date Make it a catalyst In addition to enzymes, electrocatalysts are the first materials that can convert carbon dioxide and water into carbon building blocks. They contain one, two, three or four carbon atoms with an efficiency of more than 99%. Scientists were …

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The technique allows direct imaging of nerve tissue. could cause diseases of the eye tissue to be detected sooner – ScienceDaily

By combining two imaging modalities – adaptive optics and angiography – investigators at the National Eye Institute (NEI) can see living neurons, epithelial cells, and blood vessels deep within the light-sensitive retina of the eye. The dissolution of these tissues and cells in the outermost region of the retina in such an unprecedented detail promises to alter the detection and …

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Moving Closer to Design-on-Demand Scaffolding for Tissue Regeneration | news article

The structure of crosslinked polymeric gels is very similar to soft tissues. This is one of the reasons why understanding this material is so critical, says Kelly Schultz, assistant professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering. Schultz was part of a special session of the American Institute of Chemical Engineering's (AIChE) annual meeting in Pittsburgh last month, where she was invited …

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Small tissue chips in space are a big leap into research

A small device containing human cells in a 3D matrix represents a giant leap in scientists' ability to test how these cells respond to stress, medication, and genetic alterations. The size of a thumb drive, the devices are known as tissue chips or organs on chips. A series of tests to test tissue chips in weightlessness on board the International …

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The secret of super-strong tissue is attributed to tiny structures in spider glands

A black widow. (19659002) Ben Guarino Reporter for Biology, Genetics, Nature, Paleontology and Scientific Culture 22. October at 15:00 Spiders spin their silk from proteins and promises. The fibers are tough, flexible and environmentally friendly, and entrepreneurs and scientists imagine they are woven into a variety of products: spider silk, pullovers or even footbridges. To get there, experts need to …

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