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Medial animations can be created for biology animations and medical e learning projects. Cellular Animations and Nanotechnology Animations produced custom in house.  3D medical models are used in each medical e learning presentation. E learning is a valuable tool for medical marketing companies product education. Learning institutions are using on line medical e learning as part of their require classes. Medical e learning is a combination of medical interaction with the medical animation.

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Why playing board games could improve your love life
Oxytocin levels rose in individuals who did a painting class or played board games with their romantic partners. Levels were highest in men who painted.
How does exercise prompt fat to benefit metabolism?
A study in humans and mice reveals that exercise prompts fat to release helpful compounds, including a signaling protein that improves glucose tolerance.
Alzheimer's: How do tau tangles grow?
Researchers use a mathematical model and lab experiments to unravel the process through which tangles of the protein tau grow in length.
Researchers discover almost 2,000 new gut bacteria
Researchers have used a novel method to identify almost 2,000 unknown gut bacteria. Their findings also highlight a need to study more diverse samples.
Simple drug formula regenerates brain cells
Scientists have shown how a drug cocktail of four compounds can convert glia, or support cells, next to damaged neurons into new working neurons.
Blocking fatty acids slows prostate cancer progression
New research in mice finds that fatty acids fuel prostate tumor growth and that blocking the uptake of fatty acids slows cancer progression.
Rheumatoid arthritis: Scientists stop tissue damage
Immune T cells in people with rheumatoid arthritis have a faulty mechanism whose repair can stop inflammation and tissue damage in a mouse model.
Antitumor protein can sometimes promote cancer
Scientists have issued a warning to cancer drug developers by revealing that p53, a protein that usually suppresses tumors, can also promote cancer.
How a light-activated metal could destroy cancer cells
New research looks at therapy using light beams to target and kill cancer cells. The investigators think that a compound of the metal iridium could be key.
Fasting boosts metabolism and fights aging
A new study measures metabolic changes associated with fasting. The authors conclude that caloric restriction enhances metabolism and could slow aging.
Nanoparticles in food can alter the behavior of gut bacteria
A study of how natural and synthetic nanoparticles in food can impact gut bacteria offers useful information for medicine and the food industry.
Could blocking these immune cells aid weight loss?
The small intestine harbors metabolism-regulating immune cells that can consign nutrients of digestion to fat storage rather than energy use.
Could targeting this enzyme slow aging and related diseases?
In showing how an enzyme halts cell division by producing reactive oxygen species, scientists shed new light on the biology of aging and related diseases.
These immune cells renew themselves after acute kidney injury
A new study in mice finds that after acute kidney injury, kidney-resident macrophages reprogram to a state that is similar to those in newborn mice.
Chinese fir tree compound may help to combat cancer
New research finds that a chemical analog of a compound found in the endangered Chinese fir tree 'Abies beshanzuensis' can help fight off cancer.
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