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Apoptosis
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The aim of this study is to investigate the effects of oxaliplatin and vinflunine treatment on survivin protein expression in lymphocytes from colon cancer patients. Clinical studies have demonstrated the efficacy of oxaliplatin monotherapy in several cancers, including colon cancer.… This research will begin with the statement that an important characteristic…
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Apoptosis
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Apoptosis is an important programmed cell death process which exists and occurs in in multicellular organisms. It is different from necroses, according to which traumatic cell death is a caused by acute cellular injury.… In an average human being almost 50 to 70 billion cells and in a child about 20 billion to 30 billion are damaged and they die due to…
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Tendonitis and apoptosis
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Review of an Article Pertaining to Effects of Resveratrol in Cellular Apoptosis and Tendonitis Development in Human Tenocytes Cellular apoptosis in tenocytes has been linked to several differential gene regulations such as upregulation of: Type III collagen mRNA expression; pro-inflammatory cytokines through oxidative stress; tumor necrosis factor-?…
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The Biochemistry of Apoptosis
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The Biochemistry of Apoptosis [Author] [Institution] The Biochemistry of Apoptosis The term apoptosis is a term which is used to describe the normal death of a living cell in living organisms. This is a normal and constant process since the living organisms function when new cells are born and they generate and the old cells or selected cells die.… The term…
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Molecular Targets and Drug Design: Apoptosis
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Apoptosis also defined as programmed cell death or physiological cell death that occurs as a result of a deliberate activation of the constituent genes, whose main function is to cause its own death. It is a series of Biochemical events lead to change in the cell morphology followed by cell death. … It is a series of Biochemical events lead to change in the…
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E2F1 is crucial for E2F-dependent apoptosis
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E2F1 is crucial for E2F-dependent apoptosis Cell cycle regulates the cell proliferation and they must divide to enter the mitotic state. Before entering the mitotic phase, the cell must pass through a number of check points. Retinoblastoma protein (pRb) plays an important role in the epithelial cell differentiation and viability apart from this they also act as positive transcriptional co regulators.…
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The relationship between Oxidative Stress and Apoptosis in Plants
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The Articles main objective is to expound on how cell death is induced in a MC7-cells culture via different biological processes such as generating oxidative stress by using a Dillenia suffruticosa Ethyl Acetate extract. … Tor, Y. S., Yazan, L. S., Foo, J. B., Wibowo, A., Ismail, N., Ismail, M., Yazan, L. S., Yeap, S. K. (June 05, 2015). Induction of apoptosis…
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Mechanisms of survival and apoptosis of leukaemia cells
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Mechanisms of Survival and Apoptosis of Leukaemia Cells Abstract Leukaemia is a form of blood cancer which is characterised by intense growth of white blood cells. In human body, the cell growth, separation and elimination among others aspects are controlled through apoptosis procedure.… There are various mechanisms which help in the survival of leukaemia…
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Assignment
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Name Lecturer Course Code Date “Cell Death” All organism are made up of millions of cells that perform different functions under different conditions in their daily activities. These cells are subject to the ‘use – disuse’ theory and as such, they die after some time.… This programmed cell death is called apoptosis; where cells deliberately destroy themselves.…
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Nitric Oxide Production in Cytokine Activated Macrophages
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Microphages play a key role in the regulation of adaptive and innate immune responses via intracellular and phagocytosis digestion of apoptotic cells, microorganisms, and inflammatory byproducts, and the secretion of chemokine, cytokines, and reaction nitrogen and oxygen… Apoptosis plays an important role in maintaining homeostasis in a number of physiological…
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Biochemistry
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BIOCHEMISTRY Name: Instructor: Task: Date: Outline i. Introduction ii. Abstract iii. Apoptosis iv. Death of mature immune cells v. Apoptosis in clinical immunology vi. Conclusion References The biochemistry of apoptosis Introduction The recognition of the death of cells by apoptosis has existed for many years.… Nevertheless, it is useful for researchers to…
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Cellular Biology Article Discussion-Gene Sharing Yields an Enzyme with Two Binding Sites in One Subunit
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Often referred to as the powerhouse of the cell, the mitochondria produce energy from glucose and oxygen in the form of the high-energy compound,… It is well recognized that mitochondria have an important role to play in the development of reperfusion injury. Against this backdrop, the paper titled, “Mitochondrial Death Channels” by Webster, K.A., addresses…
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The relationship between SC35 and E2F1 in the apoptotic response of head and neck cancer
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The majority of cancer in the head and neck is derived from squamous cell carcinoma. Locations of carcinogenesis include areas of the mouth, larynx and pharynx. Excessive abuse of alcohol and tobacco is often cited as the causative agent of cancer in the head and neck. The disorder occurs more often in males than females.… Head and neck cancer often occurs in…
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Cellular Enviroment
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This may take place when the stimulus is excessive. Stimulus includes genetic (gene defects), nutritional (iron, vitamins), immune (autoimmunity), endocrine,… 16-17). According to McCance & Huether (2010), cellular swelling is the initial sign of cell injury; triggered by direct damage to the cell membrane, hypoxia, or damage to the electrolyte-pumping…
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Lap report
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Lab report An important characteristic of most cancers is a defect in apoptosis signaling. The gradual transformation of colorectal epithelium to carcinomas is associated with a series of accumulated genetic alterations which give rise to unregulated epithelial cell proliferation as a result of a progressive inhibition of apoptosis (Bedi et al., 1995).…
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Beehive extract potential prostate cancer treatment
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Name: Instructor: Task: Date: Beehives extract potential prostate cancer treatment The research outcome at the University of Chicago proved that some extracts from beehives could cure prostrate cancer. The beehives propolises contain compounds called the Caffeine Acid Phenyl Ester, which bees use to seal openings in the hives.… As a means of determining the…
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Argument and further work
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It is known that oxaliplatin demonstrates a wide variety of antitumor activities. It has been proposed by Ngan et al. (2008) that by experimental data, it can be hypothesised… To investigate further this hypothesis, this emerging area of research needs further work, where study of interaction of oxaliplatin with survivin may lead to more insight into this…
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Natural resistance mechanisms to HIV-1 infection
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Natural resistance is the mechanism by which an organism protects itself from infection by identifying and killing pathogens. It does so by using several types of proteins, cells, organs and tissues which interact in an elaborate and dynamic network. Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is a retrovirus that causes Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS), a condition in which the immune system begins to fail, leading to infections.…
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The anti-Cancer activity of Rhein in Leukaemia
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uncontrolled proliferation, invasion in to surrounding tissues, and metastasis, i.e. spread into distant organs. By definition, Leukaemia is a group of heterogeneous diseases caused by the uncontrolled cell division… The tissue wherever the cells are deposited gets clogged and their function is compromised. Along with the increased proliferation of a set of…
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Critique analysis of scientific paper (How does calorie restriction work)
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Studies have repeatedly shown CR to extend life span of various animals considerably, including rodents, fish and nonhuman primates. It has also been found… Testing biases may have played a role, as controlled subjects may have been overfed to the extent of sickness. Despite knowledge of its effects strongly established, its mechanisms remain unknown due to…
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Cell Biology
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Every single function in the bodies of humans, animals and plants depends upon the formation and mobilization of these cells. Scientists and researchers estimate that our bodies comprise of somewhere… Their sizes range from 1 to 100 micrometers. Thanks to modern day technology, detailed images of the most complex cells can be obtained through advance…
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The effect of Sildenafil (viagra) on antral follicle development in sheep
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The Effect of Sildenafil (Viagra) on Antral Follicle Development in Sheep By Code + University Name The Effect of Sildenafil (Viagra) on Antral Follicle Development in Sheep Continuous phases of cellular proliferation and differentiation characterizes the ovarian cycle, in which case it involves a series of ovarian follicle development.… The endocrine,…
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The effect of Sildenafil (viagra) on antral follicle development in sheep
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Continuous phases of cellular proliferation and differentiation characterizes the ovarian cycle, in which case it involves a series of ovarian follicle development. In sheep, folliculogenesis is the key process in reproduction and involves the development of ovarian follicles… The formation of the fluid-filled antrum acts as the selective barrier, which…
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The relationship between SC35 and E2F1 in the apoptotic response of head and neck cancer cells following cisplatin treatment
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The relationship between SC35 and E2F1 in the apoptotic response of head and neck cancer cells following cisplatin treatment Literature Background: Head and neck cancers are the sixth most common amongst all cancers globally and each year almost 100,800 new cases are diagnosed in Europe alone (Leemans, Braakhuis, & Brakenhoff, 2011).… The impact of head and…
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Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
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Systemic Lupus Erythematosus Course: Tutor: Date: Systemic Lupus Erythematosus Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE) is an autoimmune syndrome which occurs due to interplay of genetic vulnerability and triggers arising from environmental factors (Soldevilla, Briones & Navarra, 2012).… Since other fibromyalgia, CNS diseases, autoimmune diseases and infections…
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