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In following up their data glasses for measuring blood sugar, Google is focussing on further diagnostic technologies. The forgers of innovation want to, by using nanoparticles and external devices, ... [more]

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Jessica Schnase has edited the Flexikon article End artery
End arteries are special arteries, which supply area cannot be supplied additionaly with help of an anatomical preformed collateral (e.g. an anastomosis with another artery).

Pathophysiology
An example for end arteries are the last little branches ... [more]
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Aww rats, that takes guts! Image of the Week - June 29, 2015 - CIL:42516 - http://www.cellimagelibrary.org/images/42516

Aww rats, that takes guts! Image of the Week - June 29, 2015   CIL:42516 - http://www.cellimagelibrary.org/images/42516   Description: Fluorescence micrograph of the gut of transgenic GFP rat showing actin (red) and nuclei (blue). Image taken with ... [more]
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Alexandra Schritz has edited the Flexikon article Endocrine System
The endocrine system consists of various specialised organs, tissues, and cell groups which maneges several complex functions of the body (e.g. growth, reproducing) with the help of messenger substances (hormones).

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The endocrine system ... [more]
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Charlotte Zäske has published the Flexikon article Endocrine System
The endocrine system consists of various specialised organs, tissues, and cell groups which maneges several complex functions of the body (e.g. growth, reproducing) with the help of messenger substances (hormones).

Components
The endocrine system ... [more]
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Charlotte Zäske has published the Flexikon article Endartery
Endarteries are special arteries, which supply area cannot be supplied additionaly with help of an anatomical preformed collateral (e.g. an anastomosis with another artery).

Pathophysiology
An example for endarteries are the last little branches of ... [more]
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Dr. Rajeev Prakash commented on the News-item The Healthy Are Dying Out
definitely the people are becoming more sick because of ilife style diseases now.we have to take a holistic view of life. human body is not a machine which has to be kept in a perfact condition by regular check ups.
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Charlotte Zäske has published the Flexikon article Elevation
The term elevation describes the lifting of an extermity above an angle of 90° in reference to the vertical axis. The elevation is the continuance of the abduction.
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Charlotte Zäske has published the Flexikon article Ectoderm
The ectoderm is the outer layer of the three germinal layers during embryogenesis. From the ectoderm following strucures are originating: Structures of the body surface (skin, integumentary appendage), parts of the teeth (dental enamel), essential ... [more]
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Charlotte Zäske has published the Flexikon article Myotome
=In fields of embryology, mytome descirbes the early muscular segments of the embryo. They originate from the dorsolateral parts of the somite, the so-called dermato-myotome.

Classification
Myotomes are groups of myoblasts, which can be ... [more]
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Charlotte Zäske has published the Flexikon article Myotatic unit
The term myotatic unit describes a synergistic and antagonistic muscles controlling one certain joint. This group of muscles is connected by a neuronal system, respectively by reflex pathways.

Function
The myotatic unit serves the regulation of ... [more]
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