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Accommodation in ABO-Incompatible Kidney Allografts: Graft Self-Protection via Downregulation of Genes

Accommodation in ABO-Incompatible Kidney Allografts: Graft Self-Protection via Downregulation of Genes

Accommodation in ABO-Incompatible Kidney Allografts: Graft Self-Protection via Downregulation of Genes Joseph P. Grande, M.D., Ph.D. Mark D. Stegall, M.D. Walter D. Park Mayo Clinic - Rochester, MN USA METHODS 16 ABO-incompatible allografts studied at 3 and 12 months RESULTS

By andrew
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Differentiation Arrest and Leukemogenesis

Differentiation Arrest and Leukemogenesis

Differentiation Arrest and Leukemogenesis Group Meeting Dvir Netanely - June 21 st , 2005 Normal Blood Cells Normal Blood Cells The bone marrow produces stem cells (immature cells) that develop into mature blood cells. There are 3 types of mature blood cells:

By Faraday
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MALARIA TREATMENT PROTOCOL

MALARIA TREATMENT PROTOCOL

MALARIA TREATMENT PROTOCOL. Third edition June 2007. Ministry of Health Republic Democratic of Timor- Leste. UNCOMPLICATED MALARIA . Uncomplicated malaria definition: Fever and any of the following: Headache, Body and joint pains Feeling cold and sometimes shivering

By brit
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Morning Report

Morning Report

Morning Report. 8/26/2010. Case. 51 yo F patient sent by her PCP to the hospital for 10 days hx of poor apetite, fatigue, lethargy and AKI. PMH: Scleroderma, HTN, DM, asthma, noncompliance with meds Meds: diovan, metformin, ventolin and prednisone

By evadne
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Three decades of Questions on Lipid Rafts

Three decades of Questions on Lipid Rafts

Three decades of Questions on Lipid Rafts. Whitney Stutts. Outline. What are lipid rafts? Why do they form? What methods are used to study lipid rafts? What effects do they have on eukaryotes? Why all the controversy?. What are lipid rafts?.

By edeline
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Nephrotic Syndrome (NS)

Nephrotic Syndrome (NS)

Nephrotic Syndrome (NS). Qiang Yao Renal Division, Renji Hospital Shanghai 2nd Medical Universigy. Diagnosis:. Pro ++++. Proteinuria: >3.5g/d Hypoalbuminemia: SAlb <30g/L Edema; Hyperlipidemia. Hypoproteinemia. Albumin Immunoglobulins Metal binding proteins

By morton
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Chapter 6: Fibers

Chapter 6: Fibers

Chapter 6: Fibers.

By fola
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Lesson Overview

Lesson Overview

Lesson Overview. 7.1 Life is Cellular. THINK ABOUT IT . What’s the smallest part of any living thing that still counts as being “alive?” Can we just keep dividing living things into smaller and smaller parts, or is there a point at which what’s left is no longer alive?

By emma
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Electron Microscopy - Osler Institute Pathology Board Review

Electron Microscopy - Osler Institute Pathology Board Review

Electron Microscopy - Osler Institute Pathology Board Review. Objectives Detect and recognize cytoplasmic organelles and matrix Interpret the ultrastructural features of commonly encountered tumors, non neoplastic entities and infectious agents Guide to tissue submission

By Sophia
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Diagnostic Medical Microbiology

Diagnostic Medical Microbiology

Diagnostic Medical Microbiology. 29 Safar 1430 25 Febuary 2009. Objectives and Learning Outcomes. To acquire basic skills in the identification and isolation of microbial pathogens. Demonstrate understanding of the principles of diagnostic medical microbiology and the clinical correlations.

By mariah
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Introduction to Pathology

Introduction to Pathology

Introduction to Pathology. DEFINITION : - Pathology is the scientific study of disease. - The ultimate goal of pathology is the identification of the causes of disease, a fundamental objective that leads the way to disease treatment and prevention. Clinical Pathology

By zamir
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CHEMTAX - Not just a ‘Black Box’

CHEMTAX - Not just a ‘Black Box’

Denis Mackey Harry Higgins with acknowledgements to Mark Mackey Simon Wright. CHEMTAX - Not just a ‘Black Box’. CHEMTAX workshop - Barcelona. Oceanography from Hobart. Chl a around Tasmania. Chl a - September / October 1997. Big Picture for Chl a.

By makya
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HEMATURIA

HEMATURIA

HEMATURIA. Dr. Shreedhar Paudel April, 2009. HEMATURIA. Microscopic hematuria more than three erythrocytes per high-power field HEME-POSITIVE    -- Hemoglobin    -- Myoglobin. HEMATURIA……. Artificial food coloring Beets Berries Chloroquine Furazolidone Hydroxychloroquine

By nira
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Cell Biology and Physiology

Cell Biology and Physiology

Cell Biology and Physiology. Culturing and Visualizing Cells Chapter 4 Dr. Capers Molecular and Cell Biology , Lodish , 8 th edition. First, let’s talk about some information from Chapter 1 Biological organisms are very diverse Cells come in astonishing variety of sizes and shapes

By Audrey
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NCCCP Biospecimens (BIOSPEC) Breakout Session

NCCCP Biospecimens (BIOSPEC) Breakout Session

NCCCP Biospecimens (BIOSPEC) Breakout Session. Carolyn Compton, MD, PhD James Robb, MD Office of Biorepositories and Biospecimen Research (OBBR), NCI June 26, 2007. From Light Microscopy to Personalized Molecular Medicine: are you ready?. Biospecimens agenda: James Robb, MD Brief biography

By meara
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Light Microscopy

Light Microscopy

Light Microscopy. Uses Before you go to the EM Quick check Maybe all you need Hydrated and living materials. Light Microscopy. Systems Parts Illumination Sample stage Imaging. Light Microscopy. Parts of the light microscope Stand Illuminator Stage Objective(s) Tube Eyepiece(s)

By darnell
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Unit #5E – Clinical Laboratory Testing – Basic Clinical Microbiology

Unit #5E – Clinical Laboratory Testing – Basic Clinical Microbiology

Unit #5E – Clinical Laboratory Testing – Basic Clinical Microbiology. Includes study of bacteria (bacteriology), parasites (parasitology), viruses (virology) and fungi (mycology) Cecile Sanders, M.Ed., MLS(ASCP). Unit #5E – Clinical Laboratory Testing - Basic Clinical Microbiology.

By amina
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Septic and crystal arthritis

Septic and crystal arthritis

Septic and crystal arthritis. Jaya Ravindran Rheumatologist. Case 1. 82 year old Admitted 2.6.08 acute on chronic knee pain 3-4 days Recent excision of shin BCC with skin graft complicated by cellulitis Ex Not unwell afebrile MEWS O

By lanai
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Water Microbiology/Microbial Contaminants

Water Microbiology/Microbial Contaminants

Water Microbiology/Microbial Contaminants. Gwy-Am Shin Office: Suite 2335, 4225 Roosevelt Phone: 206-543-9026 Email: gwyam@u.washington.edu. Microbiological Contaminants. Most benign, “normal” Some are frank pathogens

By leighanna
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Chapter 3

Chapter 3

Chapter 3. Observing Microorganisms Through a Microscope. Units of Measurement. 1 nm = 10 -3 µm = 10 -6 mm = 10 -9 m 1000 nm = 1 µm 1 nm = 0.001 µm . Microscopy: The Instruments. A simple microscope has only one lens. Figure 1.2b. Microscopy: The Instruments.

By libitha
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