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Heavy Water Reveals Cellular Secrets

News   Aug 07, 2018 | Original Story from Columbia University.

 
Heavy Water Reveals Cellular Secrets

Using deuterium-labeled SRS imaging, researchers watched the brain cells of developing mice rapidly put on fat in a process called myelination. The ability to detect normal and abnormal myelination could help in detecting head injuries and monitoring the progression of multiple sclerosis. Credit: Min lab/Columbia.

 
 
 

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