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  • Sclerosis: Structure Of Atheroscle Cells

    Chapter 1 Atherosclerosis Structure of the normal artery: Cell types composing the normal artery: Endothelial Cells: The endothelial cell (EC) of the arterial intima constitutes an important contact surface with blood. It plays an important role in vascular homeostasis. This blood compatibility is due to presences of heparan sulfate proteoglycan molecules on the surface of the EC. These molecules can serve as a cofactor for antithrombin III, which inhibit thrombin. The surface of the EC also…

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  • Embryonic Stem Cell Research Persuasive Essay

    doctors’ for a few years, they decide to try a kind of medical science. They take a few skin cells from one of your appendages and with the help of microscopic technology, they transfer your nucleus into a donor egg that had its own nucleus removed. Then, a type of stimulation allows your nucleus to start dividing, creating new cells with only your DNA. With these new embryonic stem cells, they would lead to the cells that have caused your brain to deteriorate and restore your brain’s capability…

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  • Clone Wars Research Paper

    The Clone Wars Terrence Jefferey states,“Cloning might be the perfect sin. It just might break all Ten Commandments at once.”(Roloff 8) Cloning has been around for a long time. Whether it is animal or human, many debate if it should be used. Animal cloning, a problematic situation for countless people, presents itself as a aid for many of society's material problems. Many may know cloning exists but don’t know the basics types of cloning. According to Farrell, there are three types cloning…

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  • The Ethical Use Of Embryonic Stem Cells

    Patients with “extensive burns, leukemia, and other blood disorders” are currently being treated with Stem-Cells (“What are the potential applications for Stem Cell Research”). The process has been in use since the 1970s, with bone marrow transplants, although back then it was not as safe and innovated at it is today. With more research, technological advances, and scientific breakthrough’s patients have a fighting chance against life threatening diseases that have plague humankind. Even though…

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  • Trying To Embrace A Cure By Sheila Black Analysis

    In “Trying to Embrace a ‘Cure’: [Op-Ed]”, author Sheila Black persuades her audience to consider the effects of technology that could cure disabilities by effectively using various appealsin response to a rhetorical situation. Rhetorical Situation Exigence Black’s exigence is the new treatment that has recently been announced for X-linked hypophosphatemia, a genetic form of dwarfism that Black and two of her children live with. Black explains that the treatment could allow people with XLH to…

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  • Persuasive Essay On Stem Cell Research

    Stem Cell Research: The Bioethical Debate Medical technology is accelerating at the fastest rate the world has ever seen. Everyday there are new methods of treatment that make past treatments irrelevant and outdated. Stem cell research has been a debated topic for the past few decades. People argue that stem cell research is immoral because you’re essentially ending a possible life, an embryo, in order to save and treat many lives. Stem cell research needs to be funded and practiced. If it means…

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  • Manipulation In Brave New World

    Psychological manipulation is a topic that both novels target to accentuate the lack of identity, but where Atwood investigates a type of conditioning after birth, the general concept in Brave New World is that from birth, all the characters in the novel are cloned to implement the structure that the World State is trying to enforce. Robert Brown explores this idea by saying that the “Machines are used to condition human embryos and ensure that the irrational and unpredictable aspects of human…

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  • Persuasive Essay On Embryos

    When I started to think of embryo research and how I felt about it I began to feel unsure. I am unsure if I am against embryo research, but I am against destroying an embryo. I do feel doing researching on embryo’s could be beneficial for possible medical advantages, medical treatments for disorders such as down-syndrome and could help teach us to understand why doing embryo research could be a benefit. Though there are benefits to embryo research I am fully against destroying them. Though…

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  • Informative Essay On Carol Grieder

    scientist because one has to intuit many different things that are going on the same time and imply those to a particular problem. Body Paragraph 2: This paragraph will describe what the major discoveries they made including what they discovered about cells. Carol W. Grieder had been the first one to discover a scientific enzyme which is called telomerase, that is a thing that prevent the genes within the chromosomes from degrading. But like treads on a tire, they gradually wear away…

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  • Categorical Claim Analysis

    Empirical Claim: ¶ 2 – “Stem cells from umbilical-cord blood and adult tissues, posing no moral problem, have advanced quickly toward treating juvenile diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, spinal cord injury, sickle-cell anemia, cardiac damage and other conditions.” This Claim fits the empirical claims criteria because it is based on pervious researched and published work of scientist and it out come have been observed over many years. Normative Claim: ¶ 1 – “Such killing in the name of “progress”…

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