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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 ?!.

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INTERACTION BETWEEN TUMOR & ITS MICROENVIRONMENT

INTERACTION BETWEEN TUMOR & ITS MICROENVIRONMENT

INTERACTION BETWEEN TUMOR & ITS MICROENVIRONMENT. AVNER FRIEDMAN. Mathematical Biosciences Institute Ohio State University, Columbus, USA. Thin slice of a breast tumor. Background on Breast Cancer. http://www.jamesline.com/images/frontiers/summer2005/PartnersInCrime1.jpg.

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Epithelia Cells

Epithelia Cells

Epithelia Cells. Objectives. Define Epithelia Cells Identify the location of Epithelia Cells Classify types of Epithelia Cells. Epithelial Tissues. Epithelial tissues cover body surfaces. Outer layer of skin and the lining of organs Also found in glandular tissue

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The gustatory pathway

The gustatory pathway

The gustatory pathway. Taste Receptor Cells. Arise from epithelial cells and are located on taste buds in the papillae of the tongue Detect different taste qualities each with a unique chemosensory mechanism Salty Sour Bitter Sweet Umami

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Basic Cell Identification

Basic Cell Identification

Basic Cell Identification. Kelli Raley, MSFS North Louisiana Criminalistics Laboratory Shreveport, LA NFSTC Laser Microdissection Workshop, 2007. Mixture of spermatozoa and epithelia: CTS staining. 20x. Basic Spermatozoon Source: Histology , 2 nd Edition, Leeson and Leeson, p. 452.

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Viral gastroenteritis ( Viral diarrhea ).

Viral gastroenteritis ( Viral diarrhea ).

Viral gastroenteritis ( Viral diarrhea ). Dr. Mohammed Arif Associate professor Consultant virologist Head of the virology unit. Viral diarrhea ( general features ). The second most common infection after the respiratory tract . Mainly disease of infants and young children .

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Nuclear pore complex proteins mark the implantation window in human endometrium

Nuclear pore complex proteins mark the implantation window in human endometrium

Nuclear pore complex proteins mark the implantation window in human endometrium. Elisa Guffanti1, Nupur Kittur1, Z. Nilly Brodt1, Alex J. Polotsky2, Satu M. Kuokkanen2, Debra S. Heller3, Steven L. Young4, Nanette Santoro2 and U. Thomas Meier1,*

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Reproductive Physiology Lecture 8 Hormones affecting female breast

Reproductive Physiology Lecture 8 Hormones affecting female breast

Reproductive Physiology Lecture 8 Hormones affecting female breast. Dr.Mohammed Alotaibi Assistant Professor dEpartment of Physiology College of Medicine King Saud University. Objectives. By the end of this lecture, you should be able to: Know the physiologic anatomy of the breast.

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Tissues and a Introduction to the Epithelium

Tissues and a Introduction to the Epithelium

Tissues and a Introduction to the Epithelium. Levels of Organization. atoms→molecules→organelles→cells →tissues. In the body, tissues can be classified into the following functions: Epithelial – cover 1 Connective – support 2 Movement – muscle 3 Control – nervous 4.

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Curriculum Mapping A View from the GMC

Curriculum Mapping A View from the GMC

Curriculum Mapping A View from the GMC. Professor Peter McCrorie Head of the Centre for Medical and Healthcare Education St George’s, University of London GMC Visitor (HYMS, Liverpool, UCL, Leicester, Cambridge). visit institutions to ensure that undergraduate teaching is appropriate

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Lesson 2.1: Molecules of Life Lesson 2.2: Cells Lesson 2.3: Tissues

Lesson 2.1: Molecules of Life Lesson 2.2: Cells Lesson 2.3: Tissues

2. Lesson 2.1: Molecules of Life Lesson 2.2: Cells Lesson 2.3: Tissues. Cells and Tissues. Chapter 2: Cells and Tissues. Lesson 2.1. Molecules of Life. Biochemistry= Study of the molecules of Life. Most Contain CHON, sometimes PS carbohydrates proteins lipids nucleic acids water.

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The Urinary System

The Urinary System

PART 3. The Urinary System. Microscopic Anatomy of the Kidney. Juxtaglomerular apparatus Functions in the regulation of blood pressure Juxtaglomerular cells – secrete renin Macula densa A portion of distal convoluted tubule Tall, closely packed epithelial cells Act as chemoreceptors.

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Epithelial tissue

Epithelial tissue

Department of histology, cytology, embryology GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF THE TISSUES ORGANISATION EPITHELIUM TISSUE Dr. Polinkevych Iryna. Epithelial tissue. covers the whole surface of the body . It is made up of cells closely packed and ranged in one or more layers .

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Urine Microscopy

Urine Microscopy

Urine Microscopy. + Dr. Mohammed Iqbal Musani, MD. Urine Microscopy :. Cells Casts Crystals . Casts are formed within nephron. Casts Suggest Kidney pathology. Casts can be made up of Protein, lipid, cells or mixed. Crystals suggest high concentration or altered solubility. .

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Odontogenic tumours

Odontogenic tumours

Odontogenic tumours. Dr Maji Jose. ADENOMATOID ODONTOGENIC TUMOR. “ Adenoameloblastoma ” “ Ameloblastic adenomatoid tumor”. Histopathological definition. WHO definition:

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Olfactory

Olfactory

Olfactory. The sense of smell. Olfactory Bulbs. The olfactory bulbs relay sensory signals to the olfactory tract. small axons from the olfactory epithelium synapse with receptor neurons and interneurons in the olfactory bulbs.

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Bellwork

Bellwork

Bellwork. Monday: Can you list the levels of structural organization of the human body in order from smallest to largest? Hint: It was your first drawing you completed on your title page. ( Organ Systems, Cells, Organs, Tissues )

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Mechanisms in virus latency

Mechanisms in virus latency

Mechanisms in virus latency. THIS WILL NOT BE ON THE FINAL EXAM!. Why is every viral infection not productive?. Bacteriophages -  - When  infects a bacterial cell, there are two possible outcomes a lytic infection in which new viruses are made, or

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