Last updated on 2021/2564 1 28, a full moon day; nGTSU, n Gene Therapy System Usage:  ... ( A, C, G, T) ... , also see: MD (for each (individual, patient, person, Pt (Patient), user), genetic code) QR Code:   QR Code: QR Code;

to correct; to cure; to fix; to heal; to repair; Radical959;

n* ; N* ;

beyond Keyword e.g. (directional, NOT heuristic), (NOT local, remote), (mapped, NOT unmapped), (zoom in, NOT zoom out), ... , this DOMAIN 's Gene Therapy System, using Method e.g.

remote burning fat method,
remote burning tumor method (e.g. to be free-of-tumor),
remote drying inter nasal holes method (e.g. to be good and healthy (inhale, exhale) passage),
remote freezing wart method (e.g. to be good and healthy skin),
remote gravity spot allocating method (e.g. to be normal ones by avoiding neither hyper nor hypo),
remote heterodyning of strings toward abnormal BMD location method (e.g. curing osteoporosis),
remote projecting sound beam method (e.g. to be normal fluid of joints),
remote removing unwanted fluid method (e.g. curing asthma),
remote strengthening muscle method (e.g. to be normal musculoskeletal),
remote Walls method (e.g. data set of (genotype, phenotype), this DOMAIN 's Dx),
remote ZCS method (e.g. to be normal brain color, to be normal protein bound),

... ; to be healthy ones ... ;

nerve cell a.k.a. neuron (structural nervous system);
abducent nerve;
accessory nerve;
brain a.k.a. encephalon ((cerebrospinal fluid), (composition and central connection of Spinal),
(forebrain a.k.a. prosencephalon), (hindbrain a.k.a. rhombencephalon),
(meninges of brain, medulla spinalis), (midbrain a.k.a. mesencephalon),
(pathways from-brain-to-spinal cord));
coccygeal never (Spinal);
cranial nerve (( 1. Olfactory), ( 2. Optic), ( 3. Oculomotor), ( 4. Trochlear), ( 5. Trigeminal),
( 6. Abducens), ( 7. Facial), ( 8. Vestibulocochlear), ( 9. Glossopharyngeal),
( 10. Vagus), ( 11. Accessory), ( 12. Hypoglossal));
facial nerve;
glossopharyngeal nerve;
hypoglossal nerve;
oculomotor nerve;
optic nerve;
pudendal nerve;
( S1, S2, S3, S4, S5) sacral nerves (Spinal);
spinal cord a.k.a. medulla spinalis;
spinal nerve (31 pairs (( 1 coccygeal), ( 5 lumber), ( 5 sacral), ( 8 cervical), ( 12 thoracic)));
spinal nerve ((anterior division), (lumbosacral plexus), (posterior division), (sacral and cocygeal), (thoracic));
sympathetic ((abdominal portion), (cephalic portion), (cervical portion), (great plexuses),
(pelvic portion), (thoracic portion));
thoracic nerve;
trigeminal nerve;
trochlear nerve;
vagus nerve (glands, heart);
vestibulocochlear nerve;
structural nervous system (nerve cell a.k.a. neuron),
and nerves' names e.g.

A :

abdominal aortic, abducens, accessory, accessory obturator, Alderman's, anococcygeal, ansa cervicalis, anterior interosseous, anterior superior alveolar, Auerbach's plexus, auriculotemporal, axillary, ... ,

B :

brachial plexus, buccal branch (facial), ... ,

C :

cardiac plexus, cavernous, cavernous plexus, celiac ganglia, cervical (facial), cervical plexus, chorda tympani, ciliary ganglion, coccygeal, cochlear, common fibular, common palmar, common palmar (digital, medium), ... ,

D :

deep branch radial, deep fibular, deep temporal, diagonal Broca band, digastric branch (facial), dorsal branch (ulnar), dorsal (clitoris), dorsal (penis), dorsal scapular, ... ,

E :

esophageal plexus, ethmoidal, external laryngeal, external nasal, ... ,

F :

facial, femoral, frontal, ... ,

G :

gastric plexus, geniculate ganglion, genital branch (genitofemoral), genitofemoral, glossopharyngeal, greater auricular, greater occipital, greater petrosal, ... ,

H :

hepatic plexus, hypoglossal, ... ,

I :

Iliohypogastric, Ilioinguinal, inferior alveolar, inferior anal, inferior cardiac, inferior cervical ganglion, inferior gluteal, inferior hypogastric plexus, inferior mesenteric plexus, inferior palpebral, infraorbital, infraorbital plexus,
infratrochlear, intercostal, intercostobrachial, intermediate cutaneous, internal carotid plexus, internal laryngeal, interneuron, ... ,

J :

jugular ganglion, ... ,

L :

lacrimal, lateral cord, lateral cutaneous (forearm), lateral cutaneous (thigh), lateral pectoral, lateral plantar, lateral pterygoid, lesser occipital, lingual, long ciliary, long root (ciliary ganglion), long thoracic, lower subscapular, lumbar, lumbar plexus, lumbar splanchnic, lumboinguinal, lumbosacral plexus, lumbosacral trunk, ... ,

M :

mandibular, marginal mandibular (facial), masseteric, maxillary, medial cord, medial cutaneous, medial cutaneous (arm), medial cutaneous (forearm), medial pectoral, medial plantar, medial pterygoid, median, meissner plexus, mental, middle cardiac, middle cervical ganglion, middle meningeal, motor, musculocutaneous, mylohyoid, ... ,

N :

nasociliary, nasopalatine, nervus intermedius, nervus spinosus, nodose ganglion, ... ,

O :

obturator, obturator internus, oculomotor, olfactory, ophthalmic, optic, otic ganglion, ovarian plexus, ... ,

P :

palatine, palmar branch median, palmar branch ulnar, pancreatic plexus, patellar plexus, pelvic splanchnic, perforating cutaneous, perineal posterior femoral cutaneous, perineal, petrous ganglion, pharyngeal vagus, pharyngeal glassopharyngeal, pharyngeal, pharyngeal plexus, phrenic, phrenic plexus, piriformis, posterior auricular, posterior cord, posterior spinal, posterior cutaneous (arm), posterior cutaneous (forearm), posterior cutaneous (thigh), posterior scrotal, posterior superior alveolar, proper palmar (digital, median), prostatic plexus, pterygoid canal, pterygopalatine ganglion, pudendal, pudendal plexus, pulmonary vagus, ... ,

Q :

quadratus femoris, ... ,

R :

radial, recurrent laryngeal, renal plexus, ... ,

S :

sacral plexus, sacral splanchnic, saphenous, sciatic, semilunar ganglion, sensory, short ciliary, sphenopalatine, splenic plexus, stapedius, stylohyoid (facial), subclavius, subcostal, submandibular ganglion, suboccipital, superficial fibular, superficial radial, superior cardiac, superior cervical ganglion, superior ganglion glossopharyngeal, superior ganglion vagus, superior gluteal, superior hypogastic plexus, superior labial, superior laryngeal, superior lateral cutaneous (arm), superior mesenteric plexus, superior rectal plexus, supraclavicular,
supraorbital, suprarenal plexus, suprascapular, supratrochlear, sural, sympathetic trunk, ... ,

T :

temporal (facial), third occipital, thoracic aortic plexus, thoracic splanchnic, thoraco abdominal, thoracodorsal, tibial, transverse cervical, trigeminal, trochlear, tympanic, ... ,

U :

ulnar, upper subscapular, uterovaginal plexus, ... ,

V :

vagus, ventral ramus, vesical nervous plexus, vestibular, vestibulocochlear, ... ,

Z :

zygomatic (facial), zygomatic, zygomaticofacial, zygomaticotemporal, ... ;

Remark: regarding structural nervous system, IFF Katakana ( K, W, X, Y), NOT (initialize, initializing) nerve cell a.k.a. neuron ... ;

Orthostatic Hypotension e.g. Neurogenic Orthostatic Hypotension;

NGS (oncogene, Tumor Marker);

NGS; UDNGS; Also see: uGTSU;

kakuigaku Nuclear Medicine     kakuigaku Nuclear Medicine     kakuigaku Nuclear Medicine; Also see: Graphics;

(mark, target, cure) e.g.
marking tumor marker by applying (DNA, RNA, C micro RNA, NGS, Ultra Deep NGS);
targeting bad gene patterns (tumor markers) by using defined base pair (♯, ♯, ♯);
curing (repairing) either nucleolus way, or membrane way;
so called (mark, target, cure) by MD ... ;

 

 

 

 

 

Basic Understanding For Idea Processing; Gene Therapy System; Gene Therapy System Basic Symbol;

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