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Work done in 2015, also in mice, showed that treatment with broad spectrum antibiotics that ablate intestinal bacteria will prevent norovirus infection.
The advantage this route has over electrolysis is treating a larger portion at a time, while electrolysis (elaborated on below) is individually ablating one follicle at a time — think waxing versus plucking.
Their 15-ton, 22-foot-wide lifting-body Earth Landing Vehicle would include a heat shield that would ablate – that is, char and erode, carrying away atmosphere-entry heat.
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