gene lin-4 encodes small RNAs with antisense complementarity to lin-14.
processes in human evolution: an ontogenetic analysis of the hominid pelvis.
Conservation of the heterochronic
regulator Lin-28, its developmental expression and microRNA complementary sites.
JM & AC: Tom Rando of Stanford University announced in 2005 that heterochronic
(different stages of development) parabiosis, where two mice of different ages were conjoined by surgery, restored the livers and muscles of the older one.
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This inhomogeneous rhythm is called heterochronic
development, in this case it is presented that there are periods of slow development and others of intense development, according to (J.
parabiosis's experiments have elegantly demonstrated that exposing old tissues and organs to a young circulatory environment can rejuvenate tissue-specific stem cells, leading to a youthful state, which is characterized by functional and regenerative improvements [52, 54].
Bilateral, or heterochronic
, ectopics are the rarest form of ectopic pregnancy.
In this case, we report a case of SAM with heterochronic
vessel rupture of the splenic and common hepatic arteries, treated by surgical intervention and coil embolization.