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The toxin secreted by the bacteria Burkholderia cenocepacia unexpectedly proved to be the solution needed to create a mitochondria-friendly base editor.
New microscope and chemical analyses suggest that, like snakes, caecilians have glands near their teeth that secrete toxins.
He has helped show that the animals have separate glands for secreting mucus on their heads and poison on their tails.
These lingering cells secrete a potent mix of molecules that triggers chronic inflammation, damages the surrounding tissue structures, and changes the behavior of nearby cells for the worse.
These proteins are secreted by cells for the purpose of signaling and communication between cells.
The other thing to remember is — and this is a really big finding in the last 20 years — is that there are hormone-like substances secreted by the skeletal muscle, which have remote effects.
Some kinds are tended, protected, and imprisoned by ants for the 'honey-dew' which they secrete, hence called Ant-cows:—pl.
So we let the skeletons stalk away from our pleasant fireside and secrete themselves in their customary closets of silence.
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She questioned herself why did she secrete the sword—run home with it—wash it and scour it?
It is lined by skin in its whole length, the sweat glands of which are modified to secrete the wax or cerumen.

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