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Technical Report: UTEP-CS-22-69


When we analyze biological tissue under the microscope, cells are directly neighboring each other, with no gaps between them. However, a more detailed analysis shows that in vivo, there are small liquid-filled gaps between the cells, and these gaps are important: e.g., in abnormal situations, when the size of the gaps between brain cells decreases, this leads to severe headaches and other undesired effects. At present, there is no universally accepted explanation for this phenomenon. In this case, we show that the analysis of correpsonding geometric symmetries empirical phenomenon leads to a natural explanation for this effect.