photo: Chris Warbey via Guardian newspaper This is really interesting – animals, including humans, have a map of neurons that… Read more False but happy memory implanted in sleeping mice – Rodent recall
Here are the basic mechanics – the first in a 3 part series on Cholesterol, Fats and Heart disease. The… Read more Some Clarity on Cholesterol
The fact that the cells are not rejected, in fact in the hypomyelinated mice actually completely replaced the mouse brain… Read more Human Glial cells grafted into mice – marginalize mouse brain cells, making “supermice”
In my experience, a lot of people have “wheat sensitivity” in the US but often have no problems eating wheat… Read more Wondering about Wheat
Another key to how topical medicinals work. Treating tissue is not just about the clear mechanics of wound healing –… Read more Your Nose Knows…
Second article of the epigenetics series published: http://www.alnmag.com/articles/2014/09/you-are-what-who-ate
Icing Injuries: Are We Evidence-Based? Highlights: Mechanotransduction and cellular signaling: Abrahams, et al., 2013: Tendinopathy is a result of gene… Read more Icing Injuries – Great article from Joshua Stone, Athletic Medicine
http://www.google.com/patents/US3376198?dq=3,376,198 This patent is on the use of cow udders to produce vaccines – it was found in the 50’s… Read more Interesting Vaccine patent…Ebola?