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    The role of facial expressions in human communications is truly incredible. With the recent studies, it is clear that this non-verbal contact has a very significant influence in expression of pain. The information transformed by our facial muscles is so distinct that programmed software can recognize the pain through our gestures. Researches from UCSD, created this unique software that has accuracy of 85%. The mechanism behind the software is to record all the muscle contractions and their lengths that happen on a human’s face. However, can humans learn the transferred information? According to the same study, people can differentiate fake and real pain with the accuracy of 55 %. Yes, computers beat us in another field. However, the conclusion drawn from the research shows the power of pain expression through gestures. We don’t need words or sound to let people know we suffer. We unconsciously illustrate an agony through…

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    Expression In INS-1

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    Figure 22. Relative mRNA expression in INS-1E cells after different chemicals treatment. Cells were treated with DHT, TCS and TCC for 48 h before RNA extraction for activity determination. Expression levels of the AR, pdx1, GK and Ins2 were determined by RT-QPCR and mRNA expression levels were normalized with TFIIB (A-D). DMSO treated samples were considered as control. Control samples were set as one and results are shown as mean ± S.E.M of duplicate samples from three independent experiments.…

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    Gene Expression Signs

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    that individuals who suffer from the same type of cancer often have very similar genetic defects, scientists have begun to focus on gene-expression signatures as molecular diagnostic tests, so that medically relevant therapies can be utilized in the treatment of cancer patients.1 In addition, gene-expression signatures can display a poor prognosis signature in small, newly developing tumors, helping to indicate early on which…

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    half of the organism’s mother’s genes, and half of its father’s genes – or in some cases all of its mother’s gene, like a clone – is even more complex than previously thought before. There is this new, and interesting concept that alters gene expression as they live. This new concept, called epigenetics, is what makes even identical twins, genetically different. Epigenetics is the study of changes in gene expression, without changing the DNA of the organism.…

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    knowledge of micro expressions it can be easily determined whether someone is lying or telling the truth. Micro expressions occur on different parts of the face when someone is trying to conceal an emotion. Knowing micro expressions can be essential to everyday life situations, and being able to read and interpret them is key to understanding nonverbal behavior and people. The background and history of micro expressions goes all the way back to Charles Darwin in 1872. Darwin was the first…

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    expressed if the DNA is transcribed into RNA and then converted into a protein. These proteins can have many different effects on the cell, such as metabolism or neurotransmission. We are now able to tell which specific genes are expressed at a particular time. Gene expression is uncommon, however, with no transcription and only the potential for a behavior as a result. It is now understood that social factors can influence gene expression. One of the first relationships looked at was that…

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    micro-expressions. Micro-expressions are rapid involuntary facial expressions which reveal one 's genuine emotions people trying to disguise (Zhang P., 2016). Micro-expressions cannot be faked unlike regular face expressions. Micro-expressions last only for a small part of a second and they cannot be detected…

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    Yeast Expression

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    Yeast Expression System for Glycoengineering Yeast expression system is an alternative to prokaryotic and higher eukaryotic expression system since it offers the attributes of speedy growth, ease to manipulate genes and low costing media like for microbes along with post translational modification and secretory expression like in higher eukaryotes. An increasing number of yeast strains are available for protein expression that are said to increase the yield of the protein, improves the…

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    Freedom Of Expression

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    Freedom of Expression or Freedom of Invasion? From hieroglyphics, the printing press, to the computer, the concept of communication has been an integral part of society in order to express and spread ideas. With the vast advancements in technology and social media tools, communication has evolved into a far more immediate, efficient method for greater involvement in activities locally and globally. Clay Shirky, in “The Political Power of Social Media: Technology, the Public Sphere, and Political…

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    Facial Expression

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    Facial Expressions Impact on Stress In the article “Grin and Bear it: The Influence of Manipulated Facial Expressions on the Stress Response” the study is done to explore whether shaping facial expressions will impact cardiovascular and response to stress. Prior to this study scientist have done a great deal of research on the connection between physical and psychological health. Many scientist have proposed that facial expressions influence emotions. It is believed that there is 50 different…

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