Daily Archives: October 6, 2016

Oxytocin and human Central Diabetes Insipidus in relation to the different hydromineral animal models

Central Diabetes Insipidus (CDI) is a disorder caused by a deficit in the production of arginine vasopressin (AVP), a hormone that acts by binding to AVP receptor 2 (AVPR2) on the kidney collecting tubule cells and produces

Frozen extracted teeth as a source for dentoalveolar, periodontal or maxillofacial endogenous bone grafting of defects

Tooth extractions have been done for centuries to treat dental and other oral pathologies. Traditionally dentists regard most extracted teeth as unusable and generally extractions are wasted. Freshly extracted teeth have been used successfully used for selected

The declining cost of genetic sequencing is opening the door for precision medicine

We live in an era where customization is convenient and frequently offered. People are used to ordering their perfect cup of coffee, swapping out ingredients and adjusting ratios to get it just right. Economies of scale help

Flocculation/sterilization dual-function starch-based water treatment agents

Recently, multi-function water treatment agents have attracted much attention. Traditional water treatment agents usually possess single functionality, resulting in production of a wide variety of agents at high doses, complicated devices, and fussy operations in practical applications.