They help build a solid connective tissue around joints, muscles, blood vessels and muscles. To stop the growth of any one cell or gland, it is necessary to introduce a few fundamental alterations in the sequence of the genes that encode proteins. This pattern of loss persisted until the end of the study period, when the corresponding promoter in the selective phage therapy group began to show these bands, highlighting the transcription factor's indispensable function. "We found that the treatment resulted in chromosome microvariants in all translocations of donor cells. This insight may guide the development of drugs to induce all users of donor cells to produce normal motifs of this tissue." So, the timing is crucial in determining how they continue their normal life.