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Impact of the Functionalized Genome on NIAMS Diseases – Implications from ENCODE

Impact of the Functionalized Genome on NIAMS Diseases – Implications from ENCODE

NIAMS Extramural Scientific Planning Retreat 2013 April 4, 2013 Session 3: Impact of the Functionalized Genome on NIAMS Diseases – Implications from ENCODE. Impact of the Functionalized Genome on NIAMS Diseases – Implications from ENCODE. Goals:

By Anita
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Classification of Life…sooooo many organisms!

Classification of Life…sooooo many organisms!

Classification of Life…sooooo many organisms!. Why Classify?. So we can understand other organisms better So we know the needs of living things So we can more easily identify new species. All life is first classified into three very large groups called Domains. Eukaryota. Eubacteria.

By andrew
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Chapter 8: Water Soluble Vitamins

Chapter 8: Water Soluble Vitamins

Chapter 8: Water Soluble Vitamins. Intro to Vitamins. Food substances that are a “vital” to life 2 classes of vitamins. Fat Soluble Vitamin A D E K. Water Soluble (Bs & C) Ascorbic Acid (Vit C) Vitamin B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B12 Biotin, Folate.

By Patman
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Medicine at the Benchtop and the Bedside: Course Guidelines

Medicine at the Benchtop and the Bedside: Course Guidelines

Medicine at the Benchtop and the Bedside: Course Guidelines. Robert H. Chow, MD PhD USC-Caltech MD-PhD Program Keck School of Medicine. Medicine at the Benchtop and the Bedside. Seminar course for MD-PhD students Purpose: to introduce a clinical problem and research

By Jimmy
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Cell Jeopardy

Cell Jeopardy

Final Jeopardy. Cell Jeopardy. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 600. 600. 600. 600. 600. 800. 800. 800. 800. 800. 1000. 1000. 1000. 1000. 1000. 2. This is a cell without a nucleus. 3. What is prokaryote. 4.

By sandra_john
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Chapter 5

Chapter 5

Chapter 5. Nuclear structure and transport By Charles N. Cole & Pamela A. Silver. 5.1 Introduction. The nucleus contains most of the cell’s DNA, allowing for sophisticated regulation of gene expression. The nuclear envelope is a double membrane that surrounds the nucleus. 5.1 Introduction.

By hester
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Linfoma no hodgkin

Linfoma no hodgkin

Linfoma no hodgkin. Presenta: Luis Fernando Cortazar Benítez Revisó: Lizzet Carrillo Ocampo Profesor Adjunto: Federico Rodríguez Weber Profesor Titular: Enrique Díaz Greene. Viñeta. Mujer , ama de casa de 44 años

By meli
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Understanding genetic tools in haematology research

Understanding genetic tools in haematology research

Understanding genetic tools in haematology research. Why use genetics?. - To investigate the function of a protein/s of interest. Examine (patho)physiological processes in the absence of this protein. Provides a test of unparalleled cleanliness and specificity.

By odette
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Friday, November 3

Friday, November 3

Friday, November 3. Cellular Biology - HS- LS1-2 Develop and use a model to illustrate  the hierarchical organization of interacting systems that provide specific functions within multicellular organisms. . Today’s agenda : Warm up Sorting activity (cell structure and function)

By lyneth
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Chromosome Packaging, The Cell Cycle, Mitosis, & Cancer

Chromosome Packaging, The Cell Cycle, Mitosis, & Cancer

Chromosome Packaging, The Cell Cycle, Mitosis, & Cancer. Biology 11 Chapter 11. Part I. The discovery of Chromosomes & Understanding Chromosomal Organization in the Cell. Early Studies.

By ata
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UTILITY OF NMP22 BLADDERCHEK POINT-OF-CARE ASSAY IN EVALUATION OF HEMATURIA: A MULTICENTER STUDY

UTILITY OF NMP22 BLADDERCHEK POINT-OF-CARE ASSAY IN EVALUATION OF HEMATURIA: A MULTICENTER STUDY

UTILITY OF NMP22 BLADDERCHEK POINT-OF-CARE ASSAY IN EVALUATION OF HEMATURIA: A MULTICENTER STUDY. Giora Katz* M.D. Lakeshore Urology manitowoc WI, and the NMP22 Clinical Investigation Group. Author Disclosure Matritech, Inc. : Honorarium. Introduction.

By vida
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اجزاء سيستم ايمني Components of Immune System

اجزاء سيستم ايمني Components of Immune System

اجزاء سيستم ايمني Components of Immune System. بافتها و اعضاء سيستم لنفاوي Lymphoid Organs سلولهاي لنفاوي Lymphoid Cells. سلولهاي لنفاوي Lymphoid Cells. White blood cells : lymphocyte Granulocytes: neutrophil eosinophil basophil monocyte Dendritic Cells

By rowdy
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In the name of ALLAH ……….

In the name of ALLAH ……….

In the name of ALLAH ………. Cell Injury-1. Adaptation of Cellular Growth and Differentiation. Dr. Shoaib Raza Associate Professor, Pathology, RIHS. Objective. The objectives of this lecture are: Introduce the term adaptation and cell injury

By zhen
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Recombinant DNA & Biotechnology

Recombinant DNA & Biotechnology

Recombinant DNA & Biotechnology. Recombinant DNA. recombinant DNA molecules contain DNA from different organisms any two DNAs are joined by DNA ligase 5’ GGATCATGTA-OH P-CCCGATTTCAAT 3’ CCTAGTACAT-P HO-GGGCTAAAGTTA 5’ GGATCATGTA CCCGATTTCAAT 3’ CCTAGTACAT GGGCTAAAGTTA. DNA ligase.

By koko
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LABORATORY DIAGNOSIS

LABORATORY DIAGNOSIS

LABORATORY DIAGNOSIS. RED BLOOD CELLS. PRONORMOBLAST. Size: 12-20 um Nucleus: round; nucleoli (1-2); fine chromatin Cytoplasm: dark blue N/C ratio: 8:1 Reference interval: BM: 1% PB: 0%. BASOPHILIC NORMOBLAST. Size: 10-15 um

By gili
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Section 1.3 KINGDOMS AND DOMAINS

Section 1.3 KINGDOMS AND DOMAINS

SBI3U. Section 1.3 KINGDOMS AND DOMAINS. DISCOVERING NAMING DESCRIBING CLASSIFYING. TAXONOMY IS. In order to describe and classify a new species, one must compare them with other organisms. ORGANISMS. Used to better understand biodiversity.

By december
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Basic Introduction to Microarrays

Basic Introduction to Microarrays

Basic Introduction to Microarrays. Chitta Baral Arizona State University Feb 3, 2003. Basics of Microarrays. From: The magic of microarrays, S. Friend and R. Stoughton (Scientific American, Feb 2002) A microarray has thousands of spots (or array elements)

By lucille
(192 views)

Ventricular System

Ventricular System

Ventricular System. Renaissance Neuroanatomy. Andreas Vesalius (1514-1564) Di Humani Corporis Fabrica (1543). Andreas Vesalius (1542). (1506). (1537). Renaissance Neuroanatomy. Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519). Won Taek Lee, M.D., Ph.D. Deptartment of Anatomy

By sheila
(183 views)

Cell Structure and Function

Cell Structure and Function

Cell Structure and Function. Cells. Smallest living unit Most are microscopic. Discovery of Cells. Robert Hooke (mid-1600s) Observed sliver of cork Saw “row of empty boxes” Coined the term cell. Cell theory. (1839)Theodor Schwann & Matthias Schleiden

By cael
(101 views)

BLOOD

BLOOD

BLOOD. Provides a mechanism for rapid transport of nutrients, waste products, respiratory gases and cells Powered by the pumping action of the heart. Introduction. Cardiovascular System

By liam
(126 views)

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