Seymour Mason

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Cell therapies utilizing mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) could overcome limitations of traditional treatments for reconstructing craniofacial tissues. This large-scale study explored a standardized methodology for the isolation and clinical-scale expansion of alveolar bone marrow-derived MSCs (aBMSCs). We harvested 103 alveolar bone marrow samples from 45(More)
ever, certain adjuvants, e.g. para-aminosalicylic acid, may delay the development of drug-resistance. Streptomycin is not absorbed from the alimentary tract and, therefore, it must always be given intramuscularly as well as directly, where possible, into the spaces which it is desired to render free from bacteria. The drug is excreted by the kidney. After(More)
Refsum's disease, or heredopathia atactica polyneuritiformis, is a peroxisomal disorder leading to the accumulation of phytanic acid throughout the body. It affects sensory and motor neurons and the skeletal system. Peripheral neuropathy, ataxia, blindness, deafness, and skeletal hyperostosis are significant findings used in the diagnosis of the disease.
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