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Control of Autoimmune Diabetes in NOD Mice by GAD Expression or Suppression in B Cells

Control of Autoimmune Diabetes in NOD Mice by GAD Expression or Suppression in B Cells

Control of Autoimmune Diabetes in NOD Mice by GAD Expression or Suppression in B Cells. Yoon, J. W., C. S. Yoon, H.W. Lim, Q. Q. Huang, Y, Kang, K. H. Pyun, K. Hirasawa, R.S. Sherwin, and H. S. Jun. 1999. Science 284: 1183-1187. Empress Hughes Dr. Peter Lin 10 March 2003.

By armina
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C H A P T E R 5

C H A P T E R 5

C H A P T E R 5. HORMONAL REGULATION OF EXERCISE. Learning Objectives. w Learn the role of your endocrine system in maintaining homeostasis in the body during rest and during acute physical activity.

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Prevention of type 1 diabetes

Prevention of type 1 diabetes

Prevention of type 1 diabetes. In the name of GOD. Types of T1 DM. Type 1A : autoimmune . Type 1B : nan autoimmune islet. E tiology. GENETIC SUSCEPTIBILITY: HLA- Dqalpha /HLA- DQbeta /HLA-DR Preproinsulin PTPN22 gene CTLA-4 I nterferon-induced helicase , IL2 receptor (CD25 )

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ENDOCRINE AND METABOLIC EMERGENCIES

ENDOCRINE AND METABOLIC EMERGENCIES

ENDOCRINE AND METABOLIC EMERGENCIES. Endocrine Objectives. Upon completion the student will be able to: Define the term hormone Discuss the location and function of the following endocrine glands: Pituitary Thyroid Parathyroid Pancreas Adrenal Gonads. Endocrine Objectives.

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The Hypothalamus

The Hypothalamus

The Hypothalamus. Found in diencephalon – below the thalamus. Plays a key role in maintaining homeostasis Regulates and integrates the autonomic nervous system [ANS] Primary neuroendocrine link –makes/secretes regulating hormones – affect pituitary gland directly. Autonomic Nervous System.

By devon
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Diabetes

Diabetes

Diabetes. Diabetes. Chronic disorder of carbohydrate, fat and protein metabolism due to defective or deficient insulin secretory response Demographics: 3% of world population, 13 million in U.S. but only 50% are clinically diagnosed 54,000 deaths/year in U.S., #7 leading cause of death

By marin
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Protein synthesis

Protein synthesis

Protein synthesis. Why protein synthesis. Proteins do almost all of the work in the cell (and organism). Six functions of proteins Control of the number and type of proteins is critical for maintaining homeostasis.

By karis
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Pancreas

Pancreas

Pancreas. Blood Sugar Regulation. Pancreas. Has both exocrine and endocrine functions Endocrine : secretes insulin and glucagon into the blood to control sugar levels Exocrine : secretes digestive enzymes into the small intestine through ducts. Pancreas.

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Chronic Disorders

Chronic Disorders

Chronic Disorders. Asthma Diabetes Seizure Disorder. Asthma. #1 chronic disease of school-aged children Affects 1-2 students in an average classroom The leading cause of school absences due to chronic illness. (80 million school days lost each year.)

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Pancreatic Function

Pancreatic Function

Pancreatic Function. The Pancreas. Pancreas is a large gland Involved in the digestive process but located outside the GI tract Composed of both exocrine and endocrine functions 15-25 cm in length 60-100 gram in weight. Types of Tissues. Two functionally different tissues:

By pahana
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Type I Diabetes

Type I Diabetes

Type I Diabetes. Juvenile diabetes – develops early in life Beta cells in pancreas do not produce insulin Genetic predisposition – virus may trigger an autoimmune response: immune system attacks itself  attacks and destroys cells of the pancreas

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Type 2 Diabetes

Type 2 Diabetes

Type 2 Diabetes. Max Kraynak , Jaewon Park. General info. Type 2 diabetes is the most common form of diabetes Older people are more likely to develop type 2 diabetes 1 It develops when the body doesn’t produce enough insulin or the body ignores it because it has extra body fat 1

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4/01/14 Today’s Agenda:

4/01/14 Today’s Agenda:

4/01/14 Today’s Agenda:. Unit 5: What skills are necessary to be a Laboratory Assistant? Using a microscope Obtaining/examining a cultural specimen Spun HCT test Hgb & Leukocyte test ABO Test Glucose Testing.

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Insulin – structure , discovery and obtaining it. BY Beata Berke

Insulin – structure , discovery and obtaining it. BY Beata Berke

Insulin – structure , discovery and obtaining it. BY Beata Berke. What is insulin ?. Insulin is a hormone central regulating carbohydrate and fat metabolism in the body.

By warner
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Introductory Questions #8

Introductory Questions #8

Introductory Questions #8. Name the nine major endocrine glands found in the body. Which one is called the “master gland”? Name three major local regulators that act on nearby target cells. (pgs. 947-948)

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Diabetes and Blood Sugar Issues

Diabetes and Blood Sugar Issues

Diabetes and Blood Sugar Issues. Will/Grundy EMS System Continuing Medical Education June 2010. Sources: elsevierhealth , bryanking.com, diabetescare.info,. Introduction – Some Anatomy and Physiology review. Endocrine system has 8 glands

By norah
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Sulfonamide

Sulfonamide

Sulfonamide. Sulfonamide drugs were the first antimicrobial drugs, and paved the way for the antibiotic revolution in medicine. The first sulfonamide was trade named Prontosil , which is a prodrug

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A CASE PRESENTATION OF A PATIENT WITH DIABETIC KETOACIDOCIS (DKA)

A CASE PRESENTATION OF A PATIENT WITH DIABETIC KETOACIDOCIS (DKA)

A CASE PRESENTATION OF A PATIENT WITH DIABETIC KETOACIDOCIS (DKA). Prepared by: Tristan Villanueva Arcibal BSN-RN Presented on: July 16, 2013. DEMOGRAPHIC DATA. Name : Mr. X Case no . :201--- Age : 28 y/o Gender : Male Nationality : Saudi Admission date : 11-4-2013

By merlin
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Diabetes Mellitus

Diabetes Mellitus

Diabetes Mellitus. By Kaisha Belkoski. What is Diabetes?. Diabetes Mellitus is: A disease caused by deficient insulin release or by insulin resistance, leading to inability of the body cells to use carbohydrates. Insulin. Insulin is a hormone released by the pancreas, usually after a meal.

By elata
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Autoimmune Insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (Type 1): (IDDM-type 1)

Autoimmune Insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (Type 1): (IDDM-type 1)

Autoimmune Insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (Type 1): (IDDM-type 1). -IDDM is a type of diabetes that results from autoimmune destruction of insulin-producing pancreatic beta cells of the islets of Langerhans . - Incidence varies from ( 8 to 17 ) per 100,000 in Northern

By minh
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