These authors have discovered that stem cells can be used to make “reparation” to damaged liver tissue.
Here an author shows that viral replication can be prevented if the viral DNA is unable to bind to an important active “sight” in a host cell.
In this study, authors explain that most drugs used in the treatment of AIDs “play a roll” in regulating the human immune system.
These authors explain that in the process of their literature search, many articles were “detected” in the reference lists of previously selected studies.
Here’s a study on temporal-lobe seizures. These are characterized by “seizure-like activity occupying in or around the temporal lobe.”
While most of the studies they read tested only male subjects, these authors assure us that they were “not opposed to the sampling of females.”
Investigating a possible link between various heart conditions and strenuous exercise, these authors reviewed studies on long-distance running and “elongated sprinting*.”
*That sounded like it might actually be a thing, so I looked it up. An “elongated start” is a thing. So far as I can tell, elongated sprinting is not. At any rate, I’m pretty sure these authors were going for “prolonged.”