Novel Implantable Artificial Kidney Achieves Preclinical Milestone: Study
11 days ago - By Medindia Health
New implantable bioartificial kidney developed could eliminate the need for dialysis. The device may serve as an important milestone on the road to future human trials.
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New book series on current and future developments in food science
11 days ago - By News Medical
Advances in the Determination of Xenobiotics in Foods is the first volume of the new book series, Current and Future Developments in Food Science.
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