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Frontiers in Physiology Publishes Research Showing Pro-Arrhythmia Risk Predictivity of Adult Human Primary ... - PR Newswire (press release)


PR Newswire (press release)
SAN DIEGO, Jan. 23, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- First-of-its-kind preclinical ex-vivo human cardiac research conducted by AnaBios and Amgen, published today in the journal Frontiers in Physiology, demonstrates that isolated human heart-based model, combined ...

True to type: From human biopsy to complex gut physiology on a ... - Science Daily


Science Daily
Organ Chip technology using donor-derived human intestinal cells offers advantages over organoids and creates new opportunities for personalized medicine.

From Human Biopsy to Complex Gut Physiology on a Chip - Technology Networks


Technology Networks
The resulting organoids could either be banked for future use or immediately fragmented and seeded into the “epithelial” channels of multiple Organ Chips where they were further matured by flowing specialized culture medium and applying mechanical ...

Becoming Human

Tempe, Arizona - United States

Becoming Human brings together interactive multimedia, research and scholarship to promote greater understanding of the course of human evolution.

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United States

2002 report issued by the President's Council on Bioethics. Includes definitions, history, and policy recommendations.

Human Biomechanics Course
Canada

Lecture and laboratory notes, assignments, interactive simulations, and related links. St. Francis Xavier University, Canada.

Human Cloning
United States

Electronic journal, with original articles and reviews on stem cell research and ethics.

Human Evolution
United Kingdom

Notes from a lecture by DSG Pollock on early hominids. Includes references.

Human Evolution
United States

Similarities found among early myths suggest that our cultural origins began in female centered tribes which slowly evolved toward patrifocal social structures 40,000 to 100,000 years ago.

Human Existence
United States

Publications from Dr. John Skoyles, an academic researcher from London, on the origins and nature of human biology, language, mind, society, faith, and clinical conditions.

Human Origins
United Kingdom

The Natural History Museum provides a number of short videos on this topic.

Human Origins
United States

Radio program discusses fossil discoveries that may provide the earliest documented evidence of toolmaking, and push the origin of homo sapiens back more than 400,000 years. A discussion featuring Donald Johanson and Blake Edgar.

Human Prehistory
Greece

Exhibit that "walks through" the various stages of human evolution.

Human Genetics
Netherlands

Covers both clinical and experimental aspects of human genetics and includes genetics of lower animals when potentially relevant to human medicine. Subscription based with online sample copy.