'Cancer cells' diaporamas de présentation

Cancer cells - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


The News on Breast Cancer

The News on Breast Cancer

The News on Breast Cancer January 2007 Presented By: Dail Jacob BScN, CON[C] “Somewhere in your life, you will meet someone who is touched by breast cancer.” What is Cancer? Cancer is many diseases, the different types correlate with the origin of the cells involved.

By lotus
(373 views)

Tumor: A never healing wound ?!

Tumor: A never healing wound ?!

Cancer associated fibroblasts and tumor cells : a diabolic cross -talk driving cancer progression Prof. Dr. rer.nat . Gerhard Unteregger Clinic of Urology Saarland University Medical Center Homburg/Saar - Germany. Tumor: A never healing wound ?!.

By paul2
(301 views)

Children with Cancer UK

Children with Cancer UK

Children with Cancer UK. What is cancer?. Your body is made up of millions of cells that do different jobs and behave in different ways Cancer occurs when cells in the body multiply out of control Any type of cell may be affected, anywhere in the body

By arleen
(340 views)

Vegetables

Vegetables

Vegetables. Unit Notes. Types of Vegetables. Tubers – potato Root – beets, turnips, carrots, radish Bulbs – chive, onion, garlic Stem – celery, mushrooms, asparagus Seeds – beans, peas, corn Flower – cauliflower, broccoli Leaves – Brussels sprouts, cabbage, lettuce

By jaden
(209 views)

KEY CONCEPT Cell cycle regulation is necessary for healthy growth.

KEY CONCEPT Cell cycle regulation is necessary for healthy growth.

KEY CONCEPT Cell cycle regulation is necessary for healthy growth. Internal and external factors regulate cell division. External factors include physical and chemical signals. Cell to cell contact

By Thomas
(684 views)

Laryngel Cancer

Laryngel Cancer

Laryngel Cancer. It is the most common cancer of the upper aerodigestive tract. . Subtypes. Glottic Cancer: 59% Supraglottic Cancer: 40% Subglottic Cancer: 1% Most subglottic masses are extension from glottic carcinomas. Risk Factors. Etiology .

By jaden
(215 views)

Which is the most important vitamin?

Which is the most important vitamin?

Which is the most important vitamin?. Vitamin – VITAL AMINE – essential for health “an organic compound, not made at all or in sufficient amounts by the body”. Which is the most important ? A (or beta carotene) B 1,2,3,4,6,8,10,12 C D E K. Which is the most important ?

By benjamin
(1020 views)

Improving the RF Active Circuit Design Cycle Through Innovations in Electrothermal Modeling, Characterization, and Desig

Improving the RF Active Circuit Design Cycle Through Innovations in Electrothermal Modeling, Characterization, and Desig

Improving the RF Active Circuit Design Cycle Through Innovations in Electrothermal Modeling, Characterization, and Design Techniques . Dr. Charles Baylis Faculty Candidate baylis@eng.usf.edu April 11, 2008. Overview. USF RACAM Research Group The RF Active Circuit Design Cycle

By kiana
(198 views)

A study on effect of concanavalin on differential gene expression in human cell lines.

A study on effect of concanavalin on differential gene expression in human cell lines.

A study on effect of concanavalin on differential gene expression in human cell lines. (Funding agency- DST, Extramural research). Dr. Bhagya B. Sharma, Assistant Professor, Genetics unit, Dept of Anatomy, Yenepoya Medical College, Yenepoya University. Presented by:

By karston
(110 views)

Noninfectious Diseases

Noninfectious Diseases

Noninfectious Diseases. A disease that is not caused by a virus or a living organism. Risk Factor. CHARACTERISTIC OR BEHAVIOR THAT INCREASES A PERSON’S CHANCE OF GETTING A NONINFECTIOUS DISEASE. RISK FACTORS: EXAMPLES. AGE GENDER RACE DIET. Noninfectious Diseases.

By joann
(124 views)

Chapter 13 Cancer: Understanding Risks and Means of Prevention

Chapter 13 Cancer: Understanding Risks and Means of Prevention

Chapter 13 Cancer: Understanding Risks and Means of Prevention. Cancer: Understanding Risks and Means of Prevention. Learning Objectives Identify and describe the most important ways to prevent cancer. Briefly discuss the incidence of cancer today and why mortality has not fallen.

By xena
(136 views)

Jeopardy

Jeopardy

Jeopardy. 1. 2. 3. 4. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300. Q $400. Q $400. Q $400. Q $400. Q $500. Q $500. Q $500. Q $500. Final Jeopardy. $100 Question from H1.

By synclair
(125 views)

Interactive Biology and Radiation Biology Program

Interactive Biology and Radiation Biology Program

Interactive Biology and Radiation Biology Program. RADL 70 Kyle Thornton. Instructions for Use. This is meant to be an interactive tutorial to take you to various websites where you can learn more about cell biology and the effects of radiation on cell components

By roman
(194 views)

The Lymphatic System

The Lymphatic System

The Lymphatic System. Chapter 20. Introduction. The lymphatic system supports the function of the cardiovascular and immune systems of the body The lymphatic system consists of two semi-independent parts A network of lymphatic vessels Lymphoid organs scattered throughout the body.

By orpah
(523 views)

Integrating Molecular Pathology Services in the West Midlands

Integrating Molecular Pathology Services in the West Midlands

Integrating Molecular Pathology Services in the West Midlands. Jennie Bell CMGS/ACC Spring meeting 14 th April 2010. Personalised Medicine. The Cancer Cell. Lung cancer cell. Cancer cells acquire the capacity for autonomous and dysregulated proliferation

By zea
(180 views)

Cell Cycle Regulation and Cancer

Cell Cycle Regulation and Cancer

Cell Cycle Regulation and Cancer. Lecture #15 Honors Biology Ms. Day. Another Type of Cell Division: Binary Fission. Prokaryotes (bacteria) Reproduce by a type of cell division called binary fission No nucleus  no karyokinesis!!. Origin of replication. Cell wall. Plasma Membrane.

By leigh
(223 views)

CANCER - Why?

CANCER - Why?

CANCER - Why?. FIB Autumn 2008. Outline. What is cancer? Who can get cancer? How does one develop cancer? How can cancer kill you? Which treatments exist?. 1) What is CANCER?. Cancer is a scary word

By bernadette
(226 views)

The phase of the cell cycle that occupies most of a cells life

The phase of the cell cycle that occupies most of a cells life

The phase of the cell cycle that occupies most of a cells life. interphase. What occurs after cytokinesis is completed?. G1. What is correct sequence of cell cycle. G1, s, g2, mitosis, cytokinesis. Cells that are not dividing remain in the. g1. What occurs in s phase. Dna replication.

By linus
(101 views)

ASKEP KANKER LIDAH

ASKEP KANKER LIDAH

ASKEP KANKER LIDAH. Definition of oral cancer : Cancer that forms in tissues of the oral cavity (the mouth) or the oropharynx (the part of the throat at the back of the mouth).  Estimated new cases and deaths New cases: 39,400 (oral cavity and pharynx)

By lucus
(506 views)

Abstract

Abstract

BT474 MCF10A UT A3 BN108 UT A3 BN108. BT474 MCF10A. Hrs: 0 1 2 4 8 16 0 1 2 4 8 16 . REDD1. Hrs: 0 4 8 16. C-myc. MYC. 231-vec.

By inara
(176 views)

View Cancer cells PowerPoint (PPT) presentations online in SlideServe. SlideServe has a very huge collection of Cancer cells PowerPoint presentations. You can view or download Cancer cells presentations for your school assignment or business presentation. Browse for the presentations on every topic that you want.