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Let's look at what happens when a single cell within a cell wall freezes. We end up with a little drop of ice, within which are encased all the cellular structures. Thaw this ice, and all is well - provided neither freezing nor thawing happen too rapidly. Now take what happens in a human being. First, the blood in the extremities gets colder, and cools the ...


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Your first assumption is mostly correct Bacteria in the toe is a different type and didn't respond to the [antibiotic taken for the throat infection]. the reason being because it outlines some essential characteristics of "antibiotics" and antimicrobial drugs in general. Selective Toxicity and Mode of Action A very important characteristic of an ...


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There is many possible antibacterial natural treatment using probiotics provided by natural product such kambucha,Baikkimchi,kefir (1,2,3).In the other side,plant oil extracts also studied in vivo and in vitro (4,5,6) ,but in general, all result was relative that we can not be cured 100% with such therapy. source: ...


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Bacteria or other microorganisms cannot really grow on anhydrous (totally dry) glucose because they need water. However, they can remain there and cause contamination. Even if you haven't actually touched the glucose sample, there are many bacteria suspended in the air and they may settle down in your glucose packet. When you take the glucose out for ...


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Your question included "other forms of waves" so I'm going to assume that the use of ultrasound to destroy cancer cells qualifies. A paper published in the British Journal of Cancer in 2009: "[High-intensity-focused-ultrasound in the treatment of primary prostate cancer: the first UK series]"1 describes the use of a "Sonablate 500" device used to treat 172 ...



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