A Short Note On Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome Essay

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There are many diseases out there that effect the lungs, and can be life-threatening. They affect millions of people every year. Some examples would be lung cancer and acute respiratory distress syndrome. Cancer is a disease that, among other things, effects the communication between cells. Acute respiratory distress syndrome prevents oxygen from getting into the blood. With so many people being at risk, it can lead some people to wonder why the cure hasn’t already been created. There are many reasons, but one is related to the problem that diseases react differently for every person. Just like each person is different, every person’s cells react differently to different situations. A cell is made up of many different parts, and in order to find out how to fix a problem within a cell, it is necessary to figure out how a cells works. In Role Played by Paxillin and Paxillin Tyrosine Phosphorylation in Hepatoctye growth Factor or/ Sphingosine-1-Phosphate- Mediated Reactive Oxygen Species Generation, Lamellipodia Formation, and Endothlial Barrier Function the authors, Anne Cress, Panfeng Fu, Joe Garcia, Jeffrey Jacobson, Viswanathan Natarajan, Ravi Salgia, and Peter Usatyuk, focus on how different proteins and genes affect lung cells. Along with further studies, this research can help future scientists find the cure for different lung diseases. It can also be noted that all experiments involving mice were conducted under protocols approved by the Institutional Animal Care and…

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