please note that i began using the number +* *** *** **** [# no longer in use since the month of may 2018, contact me by email] a month ago — reference article: youthextension.wordpress.com/2017/11/24/trading-forex-like-a-pro .. since then i have discovered that there are some communication services (whatsapp, telegram, perhaps more) associated with it, by the previous user(s) of the phone number. i have gained access to ‘whatsapp’ and ‘telegram’ and corrected the user data. i’m not using whatsapp anymore because messages there aren’t always delivered, saved data is sometimes lost, and other issues with it. i’m testing telegram app to see if it’s reliable — i haven’t found there the option to log out all the other users though. please be aware that any apps/services associated with the above mentioned phone number are not necessarily related to my activity — please confirm with me on the above phone number directly about the use of any apps/programs related to the number. there are loads of communication services out there and i have no time to check them all. thank you for your comprehension. A K
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Scientists have developed a temporary glue which could afford people suffering major eye injuries precious time amid the race to get emergency surgery.
Developed at the University of Southern California (USC), the sealant is being pitched as a potential sight saver for soldiers inflicted with traumatic eye injuries by battlefield shrapnel. It’s hoped the hydrogel could also be used to prevent vision deterioration in other cases where full treatment is not immediately available.
The stopgap solution, which transforms from a fluid to a semi-solid when applied, can effectively plug lacerations to the eyeball. Successfully trialled on rabbits, the gel was injected via a syringe and was found to preserve the eyeball without inflammation or further damage, according to a Science Translational Medicine journal study.
read the full article.. www.rt.com/news/412216-reversible-superglue-eye-injuries/
Scientists from the University of Edinburgh have made a discovery that will speed up the process of production of cells in the lab. This discovery is just two molecules, called SMAD2 and SMAD3. Scientists found that they are very important in the process of reprogramming of cells. This allows one type of cells to become another type of cells. Reprogramming is used in the labs all over the world extensively, but is has never been a very efficient process. Now scientists are hoping that the discovery of these two molecules, which are able to enhance the efficiency of converting mature cells into induced pluripotent stem cells, will speed up the production of cells for lab testing.
read the full article.. www.technology.org/2017/12/01/scientists-found-a-way-to-reprogram-cells-faster-skipping-the-stage-of-stem-cells