BLOG

Blog

"That anatomy should still contain such surprises is itself something of a surprise. It’s easy to think that 19th-century anatomists pulled apart the body tendon by tendon, vein by vein, describing and drawing every filament they came across, no matter how tiny. But eight years ago, Matthias Gunzer, an immunologist at the University Duisburg-Essen, in Germany, saw something that didn’t fit the current models. He had dyed some white blood cells red and green so that he could trace the path of their fluorescence through a mo...

Please reload

  • alignable-icon
  • White LinkedIn Icon
  • White Yelp Icon
  • White Google+ Icon
  • White Facebook Icon
  • White Twitter Icon

Your contact information will not be sold or shared and you may opt out of emails at any time.

©2019 by Abundant Heaven Traditional Chinese Medicine.