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Last Updated: 18 February 2022

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Scala and Java Interoperability

Scala's main design objectives is to run on a JVM and Java interoperability with Java. One of Scala's most significant design goals is to run on a JVM and provide interoperability with Java. When you want to use existing Java libraries or frameworks, you need Scala and Java interoperability, and Java equivocation begins. Scala code is often used in tandem with large Java applications and frameworks.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-7422-4_9


Scala Collections

Scala's collections class provides a high-performance and type-paraphrased system with support for mutable and immutable type hierarchies. Scala's object-oriented collections also include functional higher-order tasks such as map, filter, and reduce, which enable you to use expression-oriented programming in collections. Scala is a JVM language, so it is not recommended for higher-order operations because higher-order operations are not supported with the Java Collections library. You can access and use the entire Java Collections library from your Scala code.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-7422-4_6


Photobiomodulation with a wavelength > 800 nm induces morphological changes in stem cells within otic organoids and scala media of the cochlea

Photobiomodulation is a therapeutic approach to certain disorders based on light energy. Sensorineural hearing loss is one medical condition that could be treated by SCs. SCs could be able to replace missing hair cells in the cochlea if properly delivered and differentiated. SC differentiation can be transferred to other target cells in various lineages by PBM. After light energy stimulation, we examined morphological changes of mouse embryonic stem cells during "otic organoid" generation and within the cochlea's scala media. Despite the structural complexity of the inner ear and limited survival time of SCs within the cochleae, based on our findings, light energy could be used to enhance otic sensory differentiation. Additional studies to refine the light energy delivery system and maximize the effect on otic differentiation are required.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10103-021-03268-3

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