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The therapeutic use of tolerogenic dendritic cells in transplantation tolerance and inflammatory diseases

Dendritic cell research has become increasingly popular in recent years as investigators explore using these cells to develop better vaccines for viruses and tumors, as well as for treatment of autoimmune and allergic disorders. Researchers at the Vetera...
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Wireless energy transfer with the presence of metal planes

Stanford researchers designed a charging system to make electronic vehicles (EVs) a convenient alternative to gas powered vehicles. Instead of time-consuming stops at the gas pump or a charging station, EV owners could wireless charge their vehicle while...
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