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Brain Cell's Achilles' Heel May Prompt Hydrocephalus | Duke Today - Duke Today


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Viruses may spark hydrocephalus by exploiting a surprising weakness of cells that circulate fluid in the brain, says a new study by Duke University scientists. Cells shaped like sea anemones line the cavities of the brain, rapidly beating their cilia ...
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Glaucoma: Background anatomy and physiology - Health24


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The anatomical structures of the eye involved in glaucoma are the ciliary body, the anterior chamber, the anterior chamber angle, and the optic disc. Aqueous humor (the fluid within the eye) is produced by structures in the ciliary body. This fluid ...

Using tooth sensors to detect disease - Washington University in St. Louis Newsroom


Washington University in St. Louis Newsroom
The team is developing a smart-tooth technology that could someday be used to detect early signs of certain diseases in high-risk patients by analyzing saliva or gingival crevicular fluid. “Salivary-based biosensors have generated a lot of interest ...

Fluid Inclusions

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Fluid Inclusions used as a practical exploration tool. Primarily a directory to fluid inclusion-related resources. Links are provided for old and upcoming meetings and short courses, a few organizations, and some archived forums on research issues.