High density Plasma CVD
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HIGH DENSITY PLASMA CVD I start this article with the introduction to the Chemical vapor deposition (CVD). CVD is a chemical phenomenon of a material to deposit it on another material. This is done using thin films of the different materials. A typical CVD phenomenon includes the exposure of a material commonly in volatile format with the substrate which allows the reaction of those and obtains the desired result, deposit or exposure.
Plasma Membrane and Diffusion
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This case study "Plasma Membrane and Diffusion" deals with the phenomenon of diffusion in the plasma membrane. It is stated here that the interior of the cells is separated from the outside by a membrane known as a cell membrane.… Diffusion is a means of active transport which results from thermal, random movement of molecular particles from regions of…
Diet Effects on Plasma Lipoproteins
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Cholesterol and triacylglycerol are transported in blood as lipoproteins. Ordovas ( 2005 ) defined lipoproteins "Lipoproteins are generally spherical particles, with a surface layer composed of phospholipid with the fatty acids oriented toward the core of the particle".… It is in the form of lipoprotines that the cholesterol and triacylglicerol are set on the…
Diet effects on plasma lipoproteins ( Paraphrasing )
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Ordovas ( 2005 ) defined lipoproteins “Lipoproteins are generally spherical particles, with a surface layer composed of phospholipid with the fatty acids oriented toward the core of the particle”.… It is in the form of lipoprotines that the cholesterol and triacylglicerol are set on the move in blood. Ordovas (2005) has characterised lipoproteins as…
Effects of Platelet-rich Plasma Injections
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All 16 patients approached responded to the questionnaires, answering all questions, with less than five individual non-responses to questions across the whole group. All patients surveyed fit the category of healthy adult males ranging between 15 and 40 years.… History of Injury Most of the patients had missed at least one game or practice within the last…
Determinants of Plasma Retinol and Beta-Carotene Levels
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A significant amount of observational studies have established that low dietary intake or low plasma concentrations of retinol, beta-carotene, or other carotenoids might be associated with increased risk of developing certain types of cancer. However, the determining factors of… The statistical analysis demonstrated that for this showed that sex was…
Determinants of plasma retinol and beta-carotene levels
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H0: coefficient of age=coefficient of sex= coefficient of smoking= coefficient of vitamin intake= 0, There is no significant relationship exists between Plasma beta-caretene and age, sex, smoking, and vitamin intake H0: Coefficients of age= coefficient of sex= coefficient of… The property of mean that included magnitude and rank of all data in a set informed…
ENZYME-LINKED IMMUNOSORBENT ASSAY (ELISA) OF PLASMA IgM
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The assay mainly depends on an enzyme which conjugates with an antibody and reacts with a chromogenic substrate to give a colored product. A number of different enzymes are used in ELISA and numerous variants… After washing again to remove unbound enzyme a chromogenic substrate is added which develops colour upon reaction with the enzyme and measurement is…
Fat Panel Plasma, Flat Panel LCD, and Projection DLP/LCD Televisions
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The development of the television over time has helped changed the method human being communicate information. The creation of the television in itself, like the automobile, at first was too expensive. On the other hand, innovation of processes like mass production and the assembly line permitted its existence within the average household.… A Flat Plasma TV is…
How may genetic and epigenetic phenomena influence cardiovascular risk by altering the pathophysiology of plasma lipoproteins
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How may genetic and epigenetic phenomena influence cardiovascular risk by altering the pathophysiology of plasma lipoproteins? Introduction: In the current era of innovation and cutting edge technology, with the unraveling of the human genome and rapid advancements in technology, the sphere of human genomics has made considerable progress and the genetic and epigenetic basis of various diseases have been identified.…
How may genetic and epigenetic phenomena influence cardiovascular risk by altering the pathophysiology of plasma lipoproteins
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Genetic and epigenetic phenomena influence on cardiovascular risk by altering the pathophysiology of plasma lipoproteins? Cardiovascular diseases are the primary cause of death in the modern world, and globally more people die from cardiovascular diseases and complications of cardiovascular morbidity than from any other cause.… The prevalence of cardiovascular…
How may genetic and epigenetic phenomena influence cardiovascular risk by altering the pathophysiology of plasma lipoproteins
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In the current era of innovation and cutting edge technology, with the unraveling of the human genome and rapid advancements in technology, the sphere of human genomics has made considerable progress and the genetic and epigenetic basis of various diseases have been… factor for the development of cardiovascular diseases is dyslipidemia, whereby the plasma…
Nalytical Analysis of Anti-Depressants in Human Plasma Using Liquid-Liquid Chromatography
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[Name of of Instructor] Antidepressants are drugs used for treating patients diagnosed with depression. Most antidepressants function by inhibiting the action of neurotransmitters using a range of mechanisms that target intermediate compounds.… Recently a new method of categorizing antidepressants has attracted significant interest. The method is the grouping…
Effects of Platelet-rich Plasma Injections On the Ulnar Collateral Ligament in Baseball Pitchers
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Effects of Platelet-rich Plasma Injections On the Ulnar Collateral Ligament in Baseball Pitchers Among sports-related injuries, tears in the Ulnar Collateral Ligament (UCL) are a major cause of concern. … Of late, an increasing number of cases of Ulnar Collateral Ligament (UCL) injuries are being reported worldwide. Initially a common…
Effects of Platelet-rich Plasma Injections on the Ulnar Collateral Ligament in Baseball Pitchers
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Effects of Platelet-rich Plasma Injections On the Ulnar Collateral Ligament in Baseball Pitchers By Department University Table of Contents 1. Abstract……………………………………………………4 2. Introduction………………………………………….….… ...…11 a. Inclusion criteria ……………………………...……..….…11 b. Subjects and sample size……………………..……..…...12 c. Formulation of questionnaire…………...………...…….13 d.…
Determination of Mercury content in Canned Tuna brands using Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry (ICP-MS) and use Isoto
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Determination of Mercury content in Canned Tuna brands using Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry Mercury (Hg) is one of the most harmful environmental pollutants due to its toxicity and is accumulation in aquatic organisms. This heavy metal is regarded as one of the most toxic element bearing great impact on human and ecosystem health.… The relative…
Determination of Mercury content in Canned Tuna brands using Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry (ICP-MS) and use Isotope ratio to pinpoint where mercury is coming from
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This heavy metal is regarded as one of the most toxic element bearing great impact on human and ecosystem health. Due to population growth and… Additionally, this chemical form of mercury is also toxic due to its high liposolubility. However, all the forms of mercury released in the ecosystem undergo biogeochemical transformation processes hence converted to…
The rise and fall of the plasma economy in Henan Province China, 1991-present: The controversial role played by local officials
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The Rise and Fall of Plasma Economy in Henan Province China, 1991-Present: The controversial role played by local officials in relation to social stigma University name Introduction With a very huge population of not less than ninety two million, Henan is without doubt the most populous province in the People’s Republic of China (PRC).… Presently, the…
Chemistry, science and engineering paper proofreading
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31 January, 2011. “Atmospheric-pressure plasma” is essential not only for sterilization/disinfection, decomposition of hazardous substances and surface modification, but also for exploration and development of new composite fields that are based on multifaceted nanotechnology, biotechnology and medical sciences.… However, the mechanism of regeneration of…
Eggs and Cholesterol
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Being insoluble in water, Truswell (2010) appreciates that cholesterol would be carried in plasma in the lipoproteins, especially the low density lipoprotein, LDL, known to be in high concentration in cases of coronary heart disease, CHD.… Between 25% and 33% of the plasma total cholesterol occurs in high-density lipoprotein, HDL. The link between dietary…
Clinical Chemistry Assignment: Case study and data interpretation
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Case Study and Data Interpretation Question 1 Plasma Osmolality is the amount of electrolyte water balance in the body. Sodium salts, glucose, and urea are the major causes of osmolality (Moritz ML, 2010). Most of the people confuse plasma osmolarity with plasma osmolality.… The presence of antidiuretic hormone leads to reabsorption of water. The urine…
At home Midterm - research paper
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Green tea has been proven to have many health benefits, but its therapeutic effect on patients with chronic illnesses has not been clearly identified. The purpose of this study was to find out the cholesterol lowering effect of green tea in two different doses in individuals… But plasma level was significantly lowered only in the group treated with 4 cups of…
Clinical Chemistry Practical
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A patient Ms X has been admitted to hospital; she is semi comatose and unresponsive. No medical history is available. She is approximately 40-50 years old, she has a respiratory rate of 31 and a blood Ph of 7.05, her breath has a very distinctive odour. A blood sample has been obtained, it has been centrifuged and plasma separated for analysis.… The…
Case study biomedical science
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Patient was feeling chronically tired and fatigue and this may due to anemia or less hemoglobin. Estimation of hemoglobin clearly indicates anemia is the cause of tiredness and fatigue. For identification of causative agent, a drop in hemoglobin was taken and total count and ESR were performed.… Lower hemoglobin is generally observed due to reduction of RBC in…
The bovine protein
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Understanding the fact, that lack of a diverse diet can lead to problems regarding the mood of the person at that particular moment. People do not realize that it is appropriate to… Lack of Amino acids and proteins brings stress into the body and the person just feels idle followed by increased pulse rate where after carrying out a little exercise he or she…
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