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[…] A group, directed by Richard Lerner at Scripps, discovered that an antibody can be injected into bone marrow cells and transform the cells into brain cells. They thought the antibody they were injecting would stimulate the growth of the stem cells, but did not expect it would set off sweeping changes and induce the formation of neural cells. A serendipitous discovery. […]
Health care research wins it for me.
UPDATE: Health care research at the University of Western Australia looks at infection controls.
RESEARCH aimed at assessing surgical site infection (SSI) risk in patients undergoing a type of microscopic surgery used to remove skin cancer called Mohs micrographic surgery (MMS), has confirmed the importance of applying evidence based interventions pr…
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