... body and axoneme is a short transition zone which is less studied.
in the cilium can cause human disease. The best known cilia-related disorder is Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia (PCD). In addition, a defect
of the primary cilium in the renal tube cells can lead to polycystic ...
All other specific forms of diabetes, accounting for up to 5% of all diagnosed cases of diabetes, are termed Type 3:
Type 3A: genetic defect
in beta cells.
Type 3B: genetically related insulin resistance.
Type 3C: diseases of the pancreas.
Type 3D: caused by hormonal defects.
... resulting in decreased glucose absorption. In either case, there is 'cell starvation', weight loss, sometimes extreme. In a few cases, there is a defect
in the release of insulin from the pancreas. Either way, the effect is the same: elevated blood glucose levels.
Activation of insulin receptors ...
... neural tube occurs around the 30th day after fertilization . However, if something interferes and the tube fails to close properly, a neural tube defect
will occur. Among the most common tube defects are anencephaly , encephalocele , and spina bifida . The incidence of neural tube defects is 2.6 ...
... shown to differentiate into bone, fat, muscle, cartilage, and neurons. These cells have been recently used to successfully repair a large cranial defect
in a human patient  .
Olfactory adult stem cells have been successfully grown by Prof. Alan Mackay-Sim,  deputy director of Griffith ...