The discovery of a new member is the largest in the human body The discovery of a new member is the largest in the human body
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The discovery of a new member is the largest in the human body

A network of thick connective tissue and fluid-filled parts surrounds the organs of the human body and protects the rest of the organs from any damage in the event of external shocks. This network is one of the members of the body was discovered recently, and proposed by the research team name "Interstayom" any group of tissues with the unique structure that Perform a specialized task similar to the heart or liver.

Scientists believe the new discovery has its own advantages, which make it rise to be a member.

These microscopic channels act as a flexible spring function to protect the body's various organs from damage or damage.

According to the research team, these microscopic channels exist in almost all organs of the body. These small "waterways" contain about one-fifth of all human body fluids, according to preliminary data.

Neil de Thies, a professor of pathology who co-authored the study, confirmed that the organ is larger than the skin, which contains about 16 per cent of the body mass. The new organ is about 20 per cent the size of the body.

The research team sees a relationship between this new member and the inflammatory processes that may affect the body. They also consider that these microspheres may be a cause of the spread of cancer in the body, as they encourage cancer cells to leave the tissues in which they originated to leak to the channels.

The subject was published in the journal "Scientific reports".

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