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  • Bake Stone Research Paper

    The Kensington Rune Stone: Real or fake? The story of the Kensington Rune stone began in 1898 after Olof Ohman, a Swedish farmer, discovered a rectangle stone when he was working on his farm near Kensington, Minnesota with his son. According to Barclay, Shelly. "The Kensington Runestone." N.p.,n.d. Web. 22 Oct. 2010, Olof Ohman reported that the stone, which weighs 202 pounds and has thirty-one inches tall, sixteen inches wide, six inches thick, and it was unearthed under the roof of the tree. In the surface of the stone, a document was written in runic inscription with the content that eight Goths and twenty-two Norwegians saw ten men red with blood and tortured. The discovering of the Kensington stone and the document which was written on it caused to the famous controversies in North American from central Minnesota. In addition, the appearance of the Kensington stone was such as the great proof to answer the question that did the Christian Viking from Sweden and Norway across the river to massacred by Native American? Or the similar question that was Viking exploring the America more than thousand years before the arrival of Columbus? However, shortly after the discovering, The Kensington Rune stone has been dismissed by professional archeologists, and it was considered as a hoax. In addition, Olof Ohman was accused of having faked it, so what is the true story about the Kensington stone. Is it real? Or it was a myth or an elaborate hoax? In my opinion, I believe that the…

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  • Summary Of Body Fat Diet Technique

    TLR/NF-kB is a reporter gene mice that help in sequencing and recognizing the areas of inflammation. Additionally, the timeframe of inflammation was observed to introduce the connection of high diet and insulin resistance. The results of this experiment showed that in conventionally raised specific pathogen free mice high fat diet induced increase in the body weight unlike germ-free mice. Moreover, fecal slurries analysis provided activation of NF-κBEGFP in GF NF-κBEGFP mice. Thus, high fat diet…

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  • Role Of Gut Microbiota In Therapeutic Effect Of

    Role of gut microbiota in therapeutic effect of metabolic disorder Diet has been known to regulate the component of intestinal microbes in animal and human subjects. Many trials tried to find out the interaction between the gut microbiota and its host metabolism. They attempted to modulate the dietary to alter different kinds of classical probiotics such as Lactobacillus and Bifobacterium strains and prebiotic for helping to explore the role of gut microbiota in therapeutic effects of metabolic…

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  • Alterations In The Gut Obesity Case Study

    Review: Alterations in the Gut Microbiome caused by Consumption of Non-Digestible Carbohydrates Counteractive Effects on Diet-Induced-Obesity For the first time in human, the number of fatalities related to obesity outnumber those caused by malnutrition (World Health Organization [WHO] 2015). This troubling fact is followed by a second, equally concerning one, that being, for the first time in United States’s history, the next generation is predicted to have a shorter life expectancy than the…

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  • Essay On Normal Flora

    Normal flora is the colonisation of human tissues by a diverse mixture of microorganisms. This colonisation begins at birth with pioneer species, depending on physiochemical factors. The normal flora inhibits the skin, oral cavity, upper respiratory tract, gastrointestinal tract, urogenital and conjunctival membranes. They are commensal bacteria; getting shelter and nourishment from the host without causing harm (Gould, 2012). To a healthy individual, most normal flora is harmless, however some…

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  • Leaky Gut Syndrome Research Paper

    Heal Leaky Gut Syndrome Naturally If you 're living with autoimmune disease, allergies, or chronic pain, these conditions could be your body 's way of telling you that you have leaky gut syndrome. Under ordinary circumstances, your gut has just enough permeability to allow the absorption of vital nutrients. However, certain dietary and environmental factors can greatly increase your intestinal permeability, allowing bacteria, undigested food, microbes, and candida to leak into the rest of…

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  • Intestinal Microbiota Essay

    The set of bacteria living in the gut it is called intestinal flora although it is now called intestinal microbiota, the human intestinal tract is home to a diverse and complex microbial community that plays a central role in human health, it is estimated that our gut contains the range of 1000 bacterial species and 100 times more genes found in the human genome The composition of our intestinal flora is formed during embryonic development and can be modified by factors such as diet of pregnant…

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  • Brandy Lauder Case Study

    Normal flora compete with pathogens for microenvironments (Singh and Kapoor 65). Microbial richness is often an indicator of health, with health adults having a vast, richness of bacterial/microbial diversity where as reduced bacterial diversity have been linked to obesity, immune-related, and inflammatory diseases. These benefits include polysaccharide digestion, immune system development, defense against infections, synthesis of vitamins, fat storage, angiogenesis regulation, and behavior…

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  • Microbiota Research Paper

    with pathogens. Commensal microbiota competes with invading pathogens for space and food to make it difficult for them to establish. A technique used to determine the function of commensal microbiota on the immune system Gnotobiosis. Gnotobiosis are organisms that are germ free (GF) because they contain absolutely no microbiota and have compromised immune systems. A model organism for this technique is the mouse. For example, GF mice have underdeveloped Peyer’s patches, spleen and lymph nodes…

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  • Lactobacillus: Gastrointestinal Virus

    Lactobacillus is the most commonly used bacterial species (Swyers et al. 2008). A study conducted by Al Jassim et al. recorded that several species of Lactobacillus were located throughout the equine gastrointestinal tract. This concludes that these microbes have the ability to adapt to pH changes and survive in different environments. L. mucosae and L. salivarius were found to be the most abundant. L. salivarius, specifically, was cultured from the stomach, colon, and rectum, suggesting its…

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