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  • The trust, he said, was looking at promising options around long-term immuno-contraception.

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  • A key benefit over a liver transplant is that Iyaad will not need to take anti-rejection drugs known as immuno suppressants.

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  • A topical gel or cream called immuno-modulators may restore some pigment by changing the immune system in the area where applied so that it doesn't attack pigment-making cells, or melanocytes.

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  • The first approach we used to look for the antibodies that bind to midge saliva proteins, was a technique called immuno-histochemistry.

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  • The scientists said their new technology, called immuno-isolation, sorts mesenchymal stem cells from other cells residing in a bone marrow sample, using a specific antibody.

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  • The scientists said their new technology, called immuno-isolation, sorts mesenchymal stem cells from other cells residing in a bone marrow sample, using a specific antibody.

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  • The scientists said their new technology, called immuno-isolation, sorts mesenchymal stem cells from other cells residing in a bone marrow sample, using a specific antibody.

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  • The scientists said their new technology, called immuno-isolation, sorts mesenchymal stem cells from other cells residing in a bone marrow sample, using a specific antibody.

    Latest News - UPI.com

  • Now, the Hebrew University group has developed a technology called immuno-isolation in which MSCs are sorted out from the other cells residing in a bone marrow sample, using a specific antibody.

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  • The problems we have are people that don't fit that normal healthy adult model such as immuno-compromised individuals, individuals that have respiratory compromising diseases such as emphysema, elderly people, and infant less than six months of age.

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