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A type of body manipulation used in osteopathy in which trigger points are relaxed, alleviating tissue spasm and inflammation.
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Single-cell sequencing (S-CS) [81-83] is a powerful new tool for investigating cellular diversity in several fields of biology, including cancer research.
RNA-seq by S-CS in combination with bioinformatics tools has also been used in developmental biology to better understand the origins of different cell types and how different cell types reach their final identity.
The S-CS was constructed by Fenigstein, Scheier, and Buss (1975) to assess individual differences in self-consciousness.
Respondents reporting a previous OBE were found to score significantly higher on The Somatoform Dissociation Questionnaire (SDQ), F(1, 241) = 40.61, p < .001, the Self-consciousness scale (S-CS), F(1, 241) = 4.48, p = .035, and its private self-consciousness (PrS-C) subscale, F(1, 241) = 9.18, p = .003, the Body satisfaction scale (BSS), F(1, 241) = 11.45, p = .001, and both its Head, F(1, 241) = 12.43, p = .001, and Body, F(1, 241) = 5.3, p = .022, subscales, and the Belief in the paranormal scale (BPS), F(1, 241) = 56.71, p < .001, than respondents without a previous OBE.
They scored significantly higher on the S-CS, F(1, 241) = 9.22, p = .003, and on its public self-consciousness (PuS-C), F(1, 241) = 9.18, p = .003, and social anxiety (SA), F(1, 241) = p = .003, subscales.