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Introduction. The human gastrointestinal (GI) tract represents one of the largest interfaces (250–400 m 2) between the host, environmental factors and antigens in the human body.In an average life time, around 60 tonnes of food pass through the human GI tract, along with an abundance of microorganisms from the environment which impose a huge threat on gut integrity [].

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5433529/

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1.‘Self-inflating’ synthetic cells can capture, store and release cargo

Artificial cells have been created that have no biological components and rely entirely on chemistry to capture, store and ...

From : Chemistry World

2.Dinosaurs: How Well Can We Resurrect the Dead?

If you have ever wondered how accurate reconstructions of dinosaurs are, then you might be in for a pleasant surprise.

From : Interesting Engineering

3.More Fun Than Fun: What Do Dogs (and Other Animals) Do All Day and All Night?

Free-ranging dogs in Gayeshpur, a township close to the IISER Kolkata campus. Photo: Sourabh Biswas, a PhD student ...

From : The Wire

4.The shotgun approach: How viruses mutate and evolve

A new collaborative study from Oxford and Dundee could help us to understand exactly which mutations will be the most deadly, ...

From : Cherwell Online

5.Live big and die young, or stay small and live long?

Stanford Medicine researchers found an element -- a prion -- that can control whether yeast cells and their progeny grow to ...

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6.Metal-Eating Bacteria That Can Eat a Nail in Three Days Found in the Andes

Leptospirillum could be used to break down large metal waste that has been discarded in Chile's Atacama Desert.

From : Newsweek on MSN.com

7.A nuclear F-actin scaffold stabilizes RNP droplets against gravity in large cells

The size of a typical eukaryotic cell is on the order of ≈10 μm. However, some cell types grow to very large sizes, including oocytes (immature eggs) of organisms from humans to starfish. For example, ...

From : National Institutes of Health

8.The Covid-19 oxygen crisis: How did we get here? Part 5. The discovery of medical oxygen

The scene is set from the series so far: healthcare systems in a complex balancing act, political distractions at play, and a ...

From : gasworld.com

9.Hagfish Slime Cells Tailored to Deter Predation

The Scientist spoke with Chapman University’s Yu Zeng about his lab’s finding that the slime-producing cells of the slippery ...

From : The Scientist

10.My Ph.D. supervisor just won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for designing a safer, cheaper and faster way to build molecules and make medicine

The reason that ibuprofen treats headaches and ice cream tastes sweet is that their chemical components fit perfectly into ...

From : MSN

Wikipedia sayings about which of these components are found in the cells of all living organisms?

1.Reproduction

control of host cells to produce more viruses; Hydras (invertebrates of the order Hydroidea) and yeasts are able to reproduce by budding. These organisms often

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reproduction

2.Tissue (biology)

rectangular in shape, with thin cell walls. New cells produced by meristem are initially those of meristem itself, but as the new cells grow and mature

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tissue (biology)