He's crafted some of the smallest artworks in history and now faces his biggest challenge - sculpting a carpet fibre and placing it inside a human body cell
Make sure your body cell
memory gets used to your "new" fat intake before you fall back into your "older" and bigger fatty retention cells.
A sex chromosome of which every normal female body cell
has a pair.
While the reprogrammed stem cells may not be as versatile as embryonic stem cells at growing into all body cell
types, the research released last week found they are still useful.
Body capacitance is the total energy storage capacity of the body cell
How many chromosomes does a normal human body cell
Grant play the title role as an normal human body cell
CANCER cachexia describes a syndrome of progressive weight loss, anorexia, and persistent erosion of host body cell
mass in response to a malignant growth.
In cloning, the nucleus (containing an individual's genetic code) is first removed from an egg cell and replaced with the nucleus taken from a body cell
of a donor.
Rudolf Jaenisch of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has stated that the genes of the body cell
used for nuclear transfer are not in the appropriate physiological condition to allow for normal development into another member of the species.
Blood brings oxygen and food to your muscles and body organs, and carries away the body cell
Consider the original body cell
. Presumably, that cell ceases to exist when its nucleus is removed and the rest of it is discarded.