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    Hemophilia Research Paper

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    Hemophilia is a genetic blood disease, which is symbolized by the importance of blood to clot, or compact even from inconsequential damage. Blood clotting and sudden gene mutation factor in the development of this disease. This disease is generated by an inadequacy of blood multifaceted called factors Therefore, with the nonappearance of factors, the blood clotting process is continued. There are two different types of Hemophilia, Hemophilia A and Hemophilia B. for example. Hemophilia A, the most common form is caused by the lack of factor VIII. Whereas, in Hemophilia B (also known as Christmas disease), factor IX is absent. This disease develops and affects people from their birth. This disease is also developed and transmitted to children…

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    Introduction Originating from the Greek words ‘haima’, meaning blood, and ‘philia’, meaning friend, hemophilia is a medical condition in which the individual lacks a certain clotting factor which prevents bleeding as a result of injury. In order of rarity from most to least, it features type A, B and C hemophilia and various severity levels. Type A hemophilia consists of 90% of cases, in which the individual lacks clotting factor VIII and 70% of patients have a severe level of hemophilia.…

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    com) They are called first-pregnancy hemophiliacs if their first child is a boy, and he inherits the disease. Boys have one X chromosome, and one Y chromosome, but girls have 2 X chromosomes, and one Y chromosome. (worldbook.com) She won’t be a hemophiliac because the normal gene on her other X chromosome provides enough of the essential clotting factor. IN extremely rare cases, a girl can actually inherit the defective gene on both X chromosomes and will be a hemophiliac. In rare cases, a…

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    the ability of the blood to clot is severely reduced causing the sufferer to bleed severely from even a slight injury. There are four types of Hemophilia which are Hemophilia A-Also called classic hemophilia, it is four times more common than Hemophilia B, and it occurs when factor VIII levels are deficient, Hemophilia B-Also called christmas disease, it occurs when factor Xi levels are deficient, Hemophilia C-It occurs when facts of XI levels are deficient, and Acquired Hemophilia-is a rare…

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    Interleukin 4 Lab Report

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    INTRODUCTION Interleukin 4 was co-found by Maureen Howard and William E. Paul and by Dr. Ellen Vitetta and her examination bunch in 1982. The nucleotide succession for human IL-4 was secluded four years after the fact affirming its similitude to a mouse protein called B-cell stimulatory component 1 (BCSF-1). Cytogenetic Location: 5q31.1 Molecular Location on chromosome 5: base pairs 132,673,986 to 132,682,678 (Homo sapiens Annotation Release 107, GRCh38.p2) The…

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    4.1. Historical Accounts The purpose of this objective was to gather current studies about the co-infection of HIV/HBV and provide facts with evidences to Liver Health Connection. Hence, Liver Health Connection utilizes the product of the research to educate providers, the community, and patients. As I indicated in my proposal, the first objective was to research about the Viral Hepatitis B (HBV) and Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) co-infection Before the start of objective one, LHC provided…

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    Subculture Research Paper

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    Throughout my research, the question that I wanted to answer is, Has the breaking subculture has been absorbed into mainstream culture? I thought about this question when considering if the fact that hip hop’s popularity might have affected this subset of the subculture. I also thought this question was very important for the continuation as well as the preservation of the b-boy subculture. That’s why I found fieldwork to be so imperative to my study of such a hidden subculture. I felt that I…

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    Hepatitis A & E Lab Report

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    TITLE: Prevalence of hepatitis A & E among sporadic cases of acute hepatitis in a tertiary care hospital of western India ABSTRACT Background: Hepatitis A & E are highly endemic & are significant contributors of morbidity & mortality in India. Retrospective analysis of the data was carried out to find the prevalence of hepatitis A & E virus ( HAV & HEV ) among the acute sporadic hepatitis patients & the coinfection of HAV & HEV among these patients. Aim: To find the prevalence of hepatitis A &…

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    Drawing the Line between Classes Class systems have been around for ages. During the olden days people would have the job their parents had. Even if they had other dreams or aspirations they were forced to have the job their parents had. Other countries and cultures had a similar class system in which people could do whatever job they wanted as long as the job stayed in the class there parents came from. Occasionally people would do something honorable or worthy of a great reward, such as…

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    HCV Case Study

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    those outside of the birth cohort with standardized HBV vaccination, and those states reports struggle to find funding for their programs. States must rely on themselves on the Immunization grant to fund their vaccination programs. Many states don’t even require HBV vaccination for their public school students. It could be assumed that data regarding HBV testing is not even collected. There is great variance in the data reported for the UDS data on screening in FQHCs for each state. While…

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