New Drug Cocktail Unlocks Potential to Regrow Inner-Ear ‘Hair’ Cells

Using a drug cocktail in a petri dish, researchers can now grow colonies of sound-sensing hair cells (magenta) with intricate hair bundles (cyan) from a single cochlear hair cell. This finding may accelerate the development of new therapies for hearing loss.

A team of researchers has developed a new approach to replace damaged sound-sensing hair cells, which eventually may lead to therapies for people who live with disabling hearing loss. Like a snail shell in a human’s inner ear, spirals are roughly 15,000 “hair” cells receive, translate, and then ship sound signals to the brain. Damage to these cells from excessive

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Why Do People Use the “echo” Command When Installing Software in Linux?

Why people use the echo command when installing sofeware in linux

There are many of the commands and variations thereof may seem a bit confusing if you are new in using Linux. Take the “echo” command, for example. Why do people use it when installing software? Today’s SuperUser Q&A post has the answer to a new Linux user’s question. Today’s Question & Answer session comes to us courtesy of SuperUser—a subdivision

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Just how to Restore Lost SMS from Samsung

Just how to Restore Lost SMS from Samsung

Are you a Samsung consumer Plenty of Samsung users request that is there a way to regain and study SMS on Samsung when they have been mistakenly deleted from the units, including Galaxy S7, S6, S6 Edge, S5, S4, Notice 4, Samsung Wave, Samsung A9/A8/A7/A5. They may have accidentally wiped some significant textmessage like tackle, note, phonenumber or financial details

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