reverse cell

reverse cell

[ri′vərs ′sel]
(meteorology)
A circulating fluid system in which the circulation in a vertical plane is thermally indirect; that is, cooler air rises relative to warmer air.
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According to a study by a Nobel Prize-winning researcher, mindfulness could also help reverse cell damage that causes premature aging and cancer.
Amarantus reportedly develops therapeutics designed to reverse cell death caused by Parkinson's disease.
A reverse cell phone lookup service essentially uses these databases to find a name associated with the number.
A WAY has been found to reverse cell division, opening the door to exciting new treatments for cancer and birth defects.
com also sells cell phone calling records online, promising "accurate and current" searches, $95 to find current cell phone numbers, and a reverse cell phone number lookup service--buyers can find a name and address from just a number--for $65 ($85 for Canadian cell numbers and $250 for international cell numbers).
Crucial to this approach is discovering a way to reverse cell differentiation all the way to pluripotency, but not (as in cloning) even further back to totipotency.
To reverse cells back to the naive pluripotent state this epigenetic layer of information has to be lost to open up the full genome again.
iii) the ALBAcyte[R] range of reagent red blood cells - including reverse cells, screening cells and both untreated and enzyme-treated identification panels;
Quotient's new reagent red blood cells include reverse cells, screening cells and both untreated and enzyme-treated identification panels and will join Quotient's IgG Sensitized Red Blood Cells already on the market.