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Articles about cell

Lifestyle
by Sarah
6 years ago
Plant and Animal Cells for Kids

This article talks about plant and animal cells for kids in an easy to understand manner. Read on to find out more about parts of animal cells, plant cells and the differences between plant and animal cells.

Technology
by Dude88
8 years ago
Peripheral Tolerance

Immune system does not attack the body’s own organs as it is tolerant to it. If it was not we would get AUTOIMMUNE DISEASE such as diabetes multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis. T and Dendritic cells play a major role in the adaptive immune response. Each T...

Lifestyle
by steeda432
9 years ago
How To Stop Your Teen From Cell Phone Texting While Driving

Studies show that when someone is cell phone texting while they are driving it triples the chances of them being involved in an auto accident. Driving and cell phone texting has become a big problem, especially among teen drivers who may not grasp the dangers of doing this. ...

Entertainment
by Thane
4 years ago
Lost in the Xenoverse: A review of Dragon Ball Xenoverse

This gamer's look into the wonder that is the Namco-Bandai game Dragon Ball Xenoverse

Technology
by Dude88
8 years ago
How the body recognises and responds to viruses and bacteria living inside cells

The body’s immune system works to combat infection by pathogens in numerous ways. A series of coordinated events take place to eliminate the infection and try and restore the body to the state it was prior to the invasion. The details of the various processes involved differ...

Health
by Dude88
7 years ago
The Production of Erythrocytes

The normal life span of an erythrocyte is 120 days. In order for the blood to perform to its optimum, new batch of red blood cells are supplied every day. The process of making red blood cells is truly magnificent in its own rights.   Hematopoiesis   Hematopoiesis is the term used when referring...

Health
by Victoreme
7 years ago
One step forward in the fight against leukemia

Bone marrow transplantation has been a tool against leukemia for more than 50 years; however, it is not perfect and only saves around half of the patients treated. The success of the use of regulatory T cells as a way to reduce graft versus host disease, a complication of the procedure, is one step forward in the development of a better therapy.

Technology
by angelafan
9 years ago
Locate My Lost Cell Phone

Have you ever gone to make a call and found that you lost your cell phone? Most of us had had a horrible moment when we discovered we lost a cell phone and didn't know what to do other than scavenge around the house. If you need help in...

Technology
by Anita Keller
7 years ago
Fuel Cells - The Energy Source of the Future

Fuel cells aren't just the dreams of science-fiction writers. There are becoming and more and prevalent in the real world too. What are fuel cells and why are they becoming so important to our everyday life? Here are some frequently asked questions and answers to help you understand this up-and-coming energy source.

Technology
by sbspj
9 years ago
HOW A CELL PHONE WORKS

Everyone has a cell phone these days. From the multifunction, multiple application iPhone to simple one-touch emergency cell phones, the variety and selections can be overwhelming. You can synchronize your contacts with your computer, take video clips or still images and even use the bar code on products...

Technology
by jpwriter
9 years ago
Is Buying Smartphone Cell Insurance Worth It For the MyTouch Slide, iPhone or Blackberry?

Whether you are upgrading to a MyTouch Slide, iPhone, or Blackberry Bold from your current cell phone there is always the inevitable question: do you want to purchase cell phone insurance in case you drop your expensive smartphone breaks or gets lost?

After the Verizon, T-Mobile or AT&T representative...

Technology
by aminur445
7 years ago
Cells and Batteries

An electrical battery is one or more electrochemical cells that convert stored chemical energy into electrical energy. Since the invention of the first battery n 1800 by alessandro volta and especially since the technically improved daniell cell in 1836. There are two types of batteries: primary batteries and secondary batteries, which are designed to be recharged and used multiple times.

Technology
by edieness
9 years ago
How to Retrieve Text Message When a Phone Is Switched Off

Text messaging is a way to communicate a brief message of text, audio or picture between two people using cell phones, iPods or computers. Text messaging can be used when voice communication is undesirable or impossible. Text messages are either sent by a texter, (the person sending the text)...

Technology
by Sookie
8 years ago
Hands Free Cell Phone Devices For Cars - Stay Safe

Using hands free cell phone devices is a great way to stay connected but with both hands on the steering wheel.

Health
by AnneChristine
8 years ago
All About Cord Blood

All about cord blood: its benefits and how to collect, store, or donate it.

Health
by Ask_Darlene
7 years ago
The Age Corrective Power of Green Apple Stem Cells

Your body contains many different cell types, including adult stem cells, which maintain and repair tissues. While adult stem cells have a reduction in function as our bodies age, similar adult stem cells in plants have the potential to retain their functionality. In fact, the stems cells of a certain variety of apple have the capacity to provide your skin with special anti-aging elements.

Health
by Jerky
8 years ago
Stem Cell Therapy Cream: Will It Really Make You Look Younger

Stem Cell Therapy Cream has gotten plenty of attention recently, but will it really make you look younger as the advertisements claim? The answer may surprise you.

Technology
by x3xsolxdierx3x
7 years ago
Best Cell Phones for the Hearing Impaired

For anyone with hearing loss buying a cell phone can be a tricky thing. This article is all about the best cell phones for the hearing impaired.

Health
by anointedtoday
7 years ago
Stem Cell Treatment (What Is the Hype?)

There has been a lot of controversy about Stem Cell Treatment. New technology is advancing daily. Researchers are always looking for a better way for humanity. Has this research gone too far? On the other hand, has this research saved many lives?

Entertainment
by Eileen Kersey
10 years ago
Real People And Their Cell Phones,How They Act

Cell, or mobile phones as they are often called in the UK, have really caught on. Like everything in this life, though, they have pros and cons. In general, people seem to have become so obsessed with their cell phone that they never know when enough is enough. ...

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