There is also a belief about the heart that it is a very delicate part of the body, but you are wrong because there is hardly any part of your body, which can carry the same burden as your heart. Do you care for the heart that works so hard to keep you alive? And if you do not do this, then today you should not only see this analysis of ours but also look into your heart.
A 57-year-old man in America who had a pig's heart implanted in his body is still alive 10 days after surgery and the University of Maryland of America has told that this person's health is stable than before and now he is much better. is feeling. Earlier in the year 1997, when a pig's heart was implanted in the body of a patient, it died after 7 days.
The results of the study led by Carnegie`s Meredith Wilson and Steve Farber are published in PLOS Genetics. Fat molecules, also called lipids, such as cholesterol and triglycerides are shuttled around the circulatory system by a protein called Apolipoprotein-B, or ApoB for short. These complexes of lipid and protein are called ApoB-containing lipoproteins and are essential for transporting lipids from the intestine and liver to the tissues of the body.