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Biology and Stem Cells
The non-ESC can be classified as haemopoietic and mesenchymal stem cells. Haemopoietic stem cells can develop into the different types of blood cells. The mesenchymal stem cells are less differentiated compared to the other type. In addition to bone marrow sources, other sources are nose, muscle, liver, skin, brain and eye (esp. retina and limbus). It is important to consider that although from adult source, stem cells are derived from comparatively less developed tissue sources (Tuch
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WHO Policy: Use of DDT to Combat Malaria
Of confirmed cases with artemisinin-based combination therapies (WHO, 2007)”.Although many countries agreed upon it, yet WHO is on the horns of dilemma regarding this issue. On joining, tasked me with re-evaluation and to forward my educated and considered opinion in favor or otherwise about use of DDT.To meet the requirements, I decided to work with a three pronged strategy that is; a) to know exactly the WHO stance through in depth study of its policy statement, epidemiological and
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Bacteriocins and its Impact on Our lives and Agriculture
Focused on colicins from E-coli and the bacteriocins from other gram negative bacteria, the current focus of studies on bacteriocins is on the bacteriocins from the gram positive bacteria, as they are assumed to have more application in humans and in foods and other products (Chen & Hoover, 2003).At first glance there may be a tendency to classify the bacteriocins as an extension of the traditional peptide antibiotics, because they are synthesized peptides. Yet, they are different, and it is in
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Brain Structures and Their Functions
  The epithalamus forms the thin roof of the third ventricle. It consists of the habenular nuclei and their connections, and the pineal gland. The habenular nucleus is believed to be a center for the integration of olfactory, visceral and somatic afferent pathways. anatomy the point where the epithalamus becomes continuous with the midbrain.
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What effect does an adrenallectomy have on atherosclerosis?
Glucocorticoids also play a role in the further developing of atherosclerosis. The glucocorticoids inhibit the colony growth of macrophages; this is beneficial to reducing atherosclerosis. However, glucocorticoids have side effects which could increase the chances of developing atherosclerosis, such as high blood pressure, induction on hypercholesterolemia, impairment of glucose tolerance, hypertriglyceridemia, imbalance of thrombosis and fibronolysis.3
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Response to "Be Virus Free"
Basically, a virus causes cell lyses where the cells of the host organism break open which cause subsequent cell death. These viruses use the important metabolic system of the host cells for their replication and reprogramme the host cell to produce new viruses, and for this, use the proteins of the host cell. The mechanism of viruses in producing a disease in a human (or any organism) is mainly based on the viral species (Table 1) and it is interesting to note that some of the deadliest human
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The Role of Milk-Derived Peptides in Metabolic Syndrome
Various mechanisms of managing MetS may include; decreasing body mass, regulating insulinemy, blood pressure and cholesteromia with the ultimate goal of losing 7% -10% of one’s current body weight. If one has impaired fasting glucose tolerance a diet which is rich in fiber and low saturated fat with increased physical exercise can help reduce this. It has been noted that peptides from dairy products are protective in preventing ischemic coronary disease, heart attack and diabetes. It has also
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Bacterial Cell Surface Tension Attachment and Implications for Bioremediation
Microbial cell surfaces are complex and consist of a variety of macromolecules, which vary with the microbial type. The macro-molecular composition of bacterial cell surfaces, also, differs with growth substrate, growth phase and growth rate. Such variations alter the charge and hydrophobic characteristics of bacterial surfaces(Rosenberg et al. Differences in cell surface characteristics between microbial type and growth condition contribute considerably to variations in attachment at solid or
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How Photosynthesis Contributed to Higher Crop Yields
Further, the enzymes in the increased C4 photosynthesis increased the plant’s defenses. The plants uses it energy and resources to fight both biotic stress and the abiotic stresses. These metabolic changes increase the plants’ adaptation to adverse growing conditions. Consequently, plant yield increases. The increase in the indica rice variety’s yield was done by increasing biomass production. Canopy photosynthesis significantly increases biomass production (Sheehy, 2000).Second, another
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CRISPR/CAS9 in Toxoplasma gondii
Cas 2 proteins are considered as the important markers for CRISPR loci, with Cas 1 being the most conserved Cas protein and is present in all CRISPR loci. (Gardner & Olson, 2012). CAS 1 and Cas 2 are metal dependent as well as DNA specific, and so are highly conserved endonucleases. They require either manganese or magnesium ion to function. In addition, Cas 1 and CAS 2 require one more Cas protein to function. As far as other proteins are concerned, Cas3 protein contains ATP- dependent
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Risk factors on Breast cancer
These deformed genes individually are linked to only a small fraction of the risks associated with breast cancer, however when inherited together some of these genes can heighten the chances of breast cancer risks. Lifestyle and diet may modify the risks of inherited breast cancer but more research is still necessary to understand and identify how this actually occurs (Gramling, et al.Breast cancer is often not developed by most women. However, when it actually happens it originates from
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Ethanol effect on kidney
Thus, this is the point where ethanol tends to bind GIRK. In other words, the site where GIRK is connected contains an amino acid sequence supports ethanol`s binding ability. However, once the mind is addicted to ethanol, chances for ethanol abuse increases which pose a risk for renal failure. In other words, alcohol binding site isn`t the only site where ethanol affects the body function, instead it also interferes with liver and kidney functions.Research indicates that ethanol directly
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Scientific article review Multi-potentiality of a new immortalized epithelial stem cell line derived from human hair follicles
The research was well linked with previous articles published by various scientists to support the research and to identify all the problems that the research will address. The introduction was started from the background knowledge on the subject and was brought forward to the current establishments with the authentication of various articles. Then later, the authors mentioned the methodology of the research carried out in a few lines. The ongoing work too was cited by previous references to
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