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Global Dissolved Oxygen Analyzer Market 2017 Production, Capacity, Cost, Price, Revenue - 2022 - Blog

\n The latest report Dissolved Oxygen Analyzer by QY Research added to it's database and brings to light the comprehensive study and factual information of global market. The report also provides the
16/08/2017, James David

Mycoses: Problematic Fungi Findings - News

Fungal infections are often underestimated, their correct diagnosis subsequently arrives too late. They are particularly dangerous when as pathogens they evade pharmaceutical assault. This is shown by
15/08/2017, Nicole Simon

Erythrophobia: Ever Red-dy To Blush - News

"The human is the only creature that is able to blush. It is however also the only one with reason for doing so", Mark Twain already understood. Even today this biological phenomenon puzzles researche
15/08/2017, Michael van den Heuvel

Organoids: Mini-Intestine And Mini-Brain - News

They won't replace animal experiments and clinical trials, but organoids derived from stem cells already offer many advantages. Zika virus could be studied in a mini-brain. The bacterium Helicobacter
15/08/2017, Erich Lederer

Philematology: Kissing And Telling In The Lab - News

At Christmas and on New Year's Eve, the frequency of kissing is particularly high. Kissing not only activates our reward system, it also produces long-lasting changes in the bacterial flora of the par
15/08/2017, Matthias Bastigkeit

When Fear Works Its Way Into The Body - News

People with generalised anxiety disorder constantly have exaggerated worries. Even children can suffer from it. Somatic symptoms often dominate the scope of attention - the condition itself is therefo
15/08/2017, Christine Amrhein

Running In The Summer: Are You Still Tight In The Intestine? - News

Runners are familiar with gastrointestinal symptoms such as diarrhoea and nausea. If runs are very long, they can have more serious consequences. Leaky-gut syndrome increases the permeability of the i
15/08/2017, Sonja Schmitzer

Binge-Eating: The Great Gorging - News

Binge-eating disorder is increasingly being recognised as a distinct condition: the sufferer shoves large amounts of food down his or her throat and does not vomit. Sufferers are often overweight. Tre
15/08/2017, Christine Amrhein

Wound Healing: A Flawless Future - News

Wounds leave scars behind. However that situation could soon change. Cell biologists have discovered a natural healing process that can regrow injured skin, leaving it scar-free. The key to this lies
15/08/2017, Sonja Schmitzer

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