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Announcements

Announcements

Announcements 1. Exams are graded - available after class today - in lab. - average = 70%; 105/150 - high score = 97% (only one answer wrong) - low score = - see me (or email) if any questions and if you want to know your point total to date (I have 630 or 732 pts graded so far)

By jaden
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Lecture 28 &29

Lecture 28 &29

Lecture 28 &29 Cloning Dolly What was Dolly?

By emily
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Prostate cancer

Prostate cancer

Prostate cancer. Key slides. Diseases of the prostate www.cancerscreening.nhs.uk/prostate. Prostate cancer malignant growth of prostate cells, localised and may spread nearly all prostate cancers are adenocarcinomas, mainly occurring in the peripheral zone of the prostate gland

By ryanadan
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Diet and Colon Cancer (7A)

Diet and Colon Cancer (7A)

Diet and Colon Cancer (7A). Yoshinobu Namihira ,M. D. ,FACG 3000 Halls Ferry road Vicksburg, MS 30180 Ph 601- 638-9800;fax 601-638-9808; e mail :namihira @vicksburg.com. Fat. Brief review . constipation. No constipation. Stool weight / day .

By KeelyKia
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Tumor Suppressors / Cell cycle Eldad Zacksenaus MGY-425 March 1 st , 3 rd , 2010

Tumor Suppressors / Cell cycle Eldad Zacksenaus MGY-425 March 1 st , 3 rd , 2010

Tumor Suppressors / Cell cycle Eldad Zacksenaus MGY-425 March 1 st , 3 rd , 2010. The Hallmarks of Cancer. Principles of cancer therapy: oncogene and non-oncogene addiction Luo J, Solimini NL, Elledge SJ. Cell. 2009 Mar 6;136(5):823-37. . Oncogenes are activated in human cancer and

By HarrisCezar
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Genetics 320/EEB320/MCB320	S1 Lecture 1 August 23, 2004. Ted’s Introduction Style Comments Overheads - right-hand screen

Genetics 320/EEB320/MCB320 S1 Lecture 1 August 23, 2004. Ted’s Introduction Style Comments Overheads - right-hand screen

Genetics 320/EEB320/MCB320 S1 Lecture 1 August 23, 2004. Ted’s Introduction Style Comments Overheads - right-hand screen Copies of figures used: Web page booklet at bookstore NOT COMPLETE!! NOR SELF-EXPLANATORY Chalkboard - ~1/5 of the presentation

By Jimmy
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Ricin

Ricin

Ricin. Lara Coleman & Krystel Cortez. Peter Hermann Stillmark (1860 – 1923) 1888 completed his doctoral thesis “ Ueber Ricin, ein giftiges Ferment aus den Samen von Ricinus comm. L. und einigen anderen Euphorbiaceen ”

By JasminFlorian
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Models of Cell Survival

Models of Cell Survival

Models of Cell Survival. Random nature of cell killing and Poisson statistics Doses for inactivation of viruses, bacteria, and eukaryotic cells after irradiation Single hit, multi-target models of cell survival Two component models Linear quadratic model

By ostinmannual
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Mechanisms of female reproductive toxicity

Mechanisms of female reproductive toxicity

Mechanisms of female reproductive toxicity. Helena Taskinen Finnish Institute of Occupational Health. Critical points of female fertility. libido, sexual behaviour oogenesis hormonal function fertilization transportation implantation. Developmental toxicity.

By liam
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Viruses and Algae

Viruses and Algae

Viruses and Algae. By Stephanie Boone. Virus Facts. Most abundant life form in aquatic systems. In the ocean the total number exceeds 10 29. Marine viruses high concentrations up to 10 8 in ml -1 Play a significant role in the transfer of matter and energy in aquatic microbial food webs.

By niveditha
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The language and symbolism of death and old age in bio-gerontology by John A. Vincent

The language and symbolism of death and old age in bio-gerontology by John A. Vincent

BSG Annual Conference 2006 The Ageing Jigsaw: Interdisciplinary approaches to understanding old age 7th-9th September 2006, University of Bangor, Wales. The language and symbolism of death and old age in bio-gerontology by John A. Vincent. Introduction.

By Patman
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Chronic leukaemias 2.

Chronic leukaemias 2.

Chronic leukaemias 2. Myeloproliferative disorders. What is Myeloproliferation?. Stem cells. Proliferating/maturing cells. Mature cells. monocytes. neutrophils. megakaryocytes. red cells. This is normal myeloid cell production (hopelessly simplified).

By Albert_Lan
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Thrombophlebitis and Occlusive Arterial Disease

Thrombophlebitis and Occlusive Arterial Disease

Thrombophlebitis and Occlusive Arterial Disease. October 6 th , 2005 George Filiadis D.O. . Thrombophlebitis. Formation of a venous clot depends on the presence of of at least of one of Virchow’s triad factors -venous stasis -injury to vessel wall -hypercoagulable state.

By libitha
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GENETICS

GENETICS

GENETICS. GENETICS. Cells divide and pass on instructions coded in DNA of chromosomes Each chromosome is a huge DNA molecule with coded information DNA replicates to pass on information DNA is transcribed to make proteins that run cell metabolism

By Mia_John
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Viral Pathogenesis

Viral Pathogenesis

Viral Pathogenesis. Derek Wong http://virology-online.com. Viral Pathogenesis. Viral pathogenesis is the process by which a viral infection leads to disease. Viral pathogenesis is an abnormal situation of no value to the virus.

By Mercy
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Week 8 a Chapter 33 Radiobiology

Week 8 a Chapter 33 Radiobiology

Week 8 a Chapter 33 Radiobiology. Radiobiology is the study of the effects of ionizing radiation on biologic tissues. The ultimate goal of research is to develop dose-response relationships so the effects of planned doses can be predicted and the response to accidental exposure better managed.

By Gabriel
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Neutropenic Sepsis

Neutropenic Sepsis

Neutropenic Sepsis. Clare Dikken Macmillan Senior Chemotherapy Nurse Sussex Cancer Network. Aims and Objectives. To understand the terminology around neutropenic sepsis (NS) To identify signs and symptoms associated with NS To have a better understanding patho-physiology around NS

By Antony
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Hyperbaric Oxygen in ORL-HNS: Facts, Fictions, and Evidence

Hyperbaric Oxygen in ORL-HNS: Facts, Fictions, and Evidence

Hyperbaric Oxygen in ORL-HNS: Facts, Fictions, and Evidence. Evan R. Ransom, MD University of Pennsylvania Otorhinolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery Faculty Discussant: Kevin Hardy, MD Emergency Medicine, Hyperbaric Medicine. Overview. Why HBO2? History Basics Details

By benjamin
(758 views)

HEMATOLOGY/ HEMATOPOIESIS

HEMATOLOGY/ HEMATOPOIESIS

HEMATOLOGY/ HEMATOPOIESIS. Introduction. HEMATOLOGY Introduction. Study of blood & its components Window of rest of body. BLOOD Raison d’etre. Delivery of nutrients Oxygen Food Vitamins Removal of wastes Carbon dioxide Nitrogenous wastes Cellular toxins Repair of its conduit

By elina
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Best Practices in Community Wound Care

Best Practices in Community Wound Care

Best Practices in Community Wound Care. YANGAMA JOKWIRO BScNS MSc Physiology. Challenges in community wound care. Availability of expertise Cultural practices Reimbursement of products used and labour involved Cost effectiveness Red tape in acquiring wound care products

By MikeCarlo
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