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Can humans replicate the body like DeadPool ?

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lienminh247
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2 years agoSteemit4 min read

DeadPool has the ability to recreate the genus. Unfortunately we do not have that super power with a naked body, or at least not at the level of "cute mouthpiece."


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But we can reconstruct the skin when we cut the cuts, or connect the two pieces of broken bones to work healthy again not the same as the original. Rebuilding the limb is really feasible, just Not true with technology now.

Scientists are actively looking for alternatives and getting closer to the problem. Maybe you do not know, DeadPool's supernatural powers come from a kind of super-cancer that he's infected with.

To the average person he controls it. In the way of science he has the ability to control the carcinogenic gene and the damaging gene. If you do not know what they are, then you can understand the gene. Carcinogenicity has the effect of dividing cells, playing an important role in the recovery process.

In contrast, the gene that suppresses cancer, is capable of signaling to the cancer gene that it stops dividing, to allow the body to recover as expected. When DeadPool lost its limb, his body ordered For all cells begin to divide, and when they grow old, the body will stop. What's new?


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Now back to reality, the most deadluck-like body that exists is a weirdly named salmon named AXOLOTL. But it uses the same cancerous and cancer-suppressing genes as DeadPool does, making Its limbs grow back, very similar, very fast, very flexible without leaving any scar. That is the perfect copy.


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The scientists are very hopeful that, after repeated testing, they will find a way to apply this attribute to humans. To be honest, that is a promising job. If you go back to ancient times humans, and axolotl actually have the same ancestors with salamanders. But do not be too excited, because our DNA has changed a lot, making genetic decoding harder. we will not stop.

In efforts to imitate DeadPool, scientists at the Harvard Medical Center and Children's Hospital Boston are testing a gene called lin28a in mice. The gene is thought to be able to promote metabolism and fight Assists the body to believe that it is younger than it really is. The research team activated the gene and then surgically removed the ears, toes, and mice. They then noticed that the organs had grown back quickly. perfect. This makes scientists believe that they have successfully decoded genes.


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Unfortunately, Lin28a has not only stopped working after being over 5 weeks old but there is still no way for it to work with the vital organs. For example, you can hook the heart and wait for it to grow. But in a minute you have to get it right. So there are many limitations in this process.



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And although it may not be like the way DeadPool does, there are still a lot of studies trying to test 3D print technology. No 3D prints have been transplanted to humans yet. Successfully printing some tissues to the liver and heart. Thus we not only regenerate the limbs by the cells inside the body, modern medical technology still supports that from the cell, but from the outside of the body. .

We still have a long way to go to reach the prospect of human amputation to threaten colleagues. But perhaps that vision is beginning to come true. The answer lies within reach, we are Gradually conquer the ability. And the initial results may not be as expected, but just enough time, we can completely reproduce the body parts. Like DeadPool or 3D printing method. Sure we will do, just enough time.
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