Max is six and has Hypohidrotic Ectodermal Dysplasia (HED), meaning he cannot sweat, has no teeth and very little hair. Find out how his symptoms affect ever...
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Max is a boy of six years old that have a genetic disorder called hypoidrotic ectodermal dysplasia for the bad performance of a gene, is express by a fine and sparce hair, that doesn´t grow much, the lack of teeth, the body get hot because the sweat glands haven formed properly, but even when he is a different boy, he can live a normal life
Experimental genetic techniques may one day provide plastic and reconstructive surgeons with an invaluable tool—the ability to promote growth of the patient's own tissues for reconstructive surgery.
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Dr. Giatsidis and coauthors had reviewed the state of the art in research of gene therapy techniques for treatments of local disorders and injuries. They found that there are studies, that promote the growth of different tissues. They think, that this advance can solve the biggest problem of reconstructive surgery: the lack of adequate tissues to correct deformities of a specific area or structure. The are being explored the healing of tendons, regeneration of injured nerves, and growth of skin flaps for reconstructive surgery. But despite this progress, to pass the experimental gene therapy methods, into regenerative surgery techniques for use in the operating room will remain a difficult challenge, it is still an difficult and expensive process, as said Dr. Giatsidis and coauthors.
Biocells Discoveries Internacional S.A., primer banco de criopreservación de Células Madre del cordón umbilical con laboratorio privado en Ecuador, y Alfa Medical S.A., firmaron acuerdo con el objetivo de incluir el servicio ...
Angélique D’Hont, a French agricultural research scientist, and colleagues, have the entire sequence banana´s genome, they said that this advance can be helpfully for the economy of the developing countries and wich is staple food in the poorest part of globe. The genome have 523 million ‘bases,’ (the chemical units that make up DNA and encode the genetic information). Transposable elements accounted for almost half of those bases. The present day cultivated varieties were susceptible to fungal, bacterial and viral diseases, but a kind of banana, popular in south-east Asia is able to resist the devastating Panama disease fungus that has been spreading in Asia. Dr. Padmesh says if the genes that provide such resistance could be characterized, it could be transferred to other cultivated varieties.
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