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A reliable animal model of facial nerve (FN) injury forms the basis for effective scientific studies of injury and repair of the FN. Currently, rodents are the most widely used animal model for such studies, most of which adopt a postauricular incision approach. However, it is difficult to carry out the procedure on perinatal rodents owing to(More)
Cadmium sulfide (CdS) nanomaterials (such as CdS nanodots or nanorods) are widely used in optical, electronic, and biological applications. Large-scale production and use of these materials will likely result in accidental and incidental releases, which raise concerns about their potential environmental and human-health impacts. Most studies on toxicity of(More)
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