On Monday, scientists announced the discovery of a completely new type of blood fish in us.
Published as a layout in a paper Nature metabolism , The newly-identified ships pass the bump surface to their interior. Knots are everywhere, and everybody else is a system for haemorrhage other than our squishier bodies.
The researchers took the new ships "transcortical", or TCV, to make them known as corticalis in the whole hard outside of a node.
"It is really unexpected that a new and central anatomical structure is found, which is not described in a textbook in the 21st century", co-author Matthias Gunzer, a university professor at Duisburg-Essen in Germany, said in a statement.
Scientists found for the first time evidence for TCVs in mice long bones, they report in their study. In the past, scientists have identified only a handful of blood vessels and exited from cola cells. In mice, TCVs have for the majority of blood flowing through long boards, the study said.
The researchers also found evidence of similar TCV-like structures – although closer than in mice – in small portions of human crowns.
According to the authors surveyed, the discovery of the ships is a "reduction in the search for a fully functional closed circulator system", which explains how to "put blood in and out of vessels."
Man has to look inwardly to count many mysteries of our own bodies for millions, but our anatomy still has its secrets.
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