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    The etiology and pathogenesis of RA are complex and multifaceted. A range of predetermined (genes) and stochastic (random events and environment) factors contribute to susceptibility and pathogenesis.(kelly). The initiation of RA probably begins years before the onset of clinical symptoms. This process involves certain specific genes that can help break tolerance and lead to autoreactivity. It is likely that the earliest phases are marked by repeated activation of innate immunity Cigarette smoke, bacterial products, viral components, and other environmental stimuli can contribute to these responses. In individuals, a predetermined propensity for immune hyper-reactivity or autoreactivity might lead to a different outcome. The genome of these…

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    Goodpasture Syndrome

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    1 alpha 3 chain of type IV collagen is specifically found in the basement membranes of the glomeruli and alveoli resulting in distinct kidney and lung pathology in patients with Goodpasture syndrome This specific type of collagen is also found, but less abundantly, on the basement membranes of the testis, inner ear, eye, and choroid plexus sometimes resulting in other distinct, though potentially less serious consequences of the disease, such as infertility and ocular lesions The ability for…

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    T Cells Essay

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    recent advances in siRNA delivery to T cells through the usage of nanoparticles (CITATION). Furthermore, other tests have shown that by increasing the number of interleukins, they increment the capacity for T cells to push or advance and combat cancerous cells. This experiment was done on mice that were affected with lung and bone cancer. Following, the T cells gathered cancerous cells and were effectively useful and prolonged more than regular T cells (citation). Likewise, mice that were…

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    stunted growth in adolescence. Because celiac disease is often associated with other autoimmune disorders and syndromes, it is recommended that those individuals diagnosed with relating pathologies be tested. These related pathologies include type 1 diabetes, Turner syndrome, Down syndrome and autoimmune thyroiditis. Increased prevalence rates of celiac disease are described among individuals with type 1 diabetes mellitus. Specifically celiac disease is more prevalent in females with type 1…

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    that the lack of personal choice is undemocratic and makes the marriage “forced”; that the absence of romantic love will lead to disaster; and that the individuals involved are practically strangers. As a result, an implied argument that arises is that such views of matchmaking as a restrictive, detrimental practice (in the US at least) is a result of contrasting cultural values and perspectives of marriage and the value of romantic compatibility. Still others argue that humans already display…

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    Cd40 Research Paper

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    The process starts by binding of heat shock proteins to a large range of peptides under cellular stress conditions or during synthesis, after this reaction they can reach the extracellular space following to viral lysis or nacrosis, they also can carry antigenic peptides for cross-priming. Various number of bacteria can upregulate chemokines such as MIP-1α, MIP-1β, and RANTES across binding to CD40. The interactions of Hsp-70-peptide-CD40 can lead to the uptake of the Hsp70-peptide complex, then…

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    How destructive is the white savior complex? While the white savior complex article written by “Teju Cole” argues that many efforts by the North Americans to rescue “victims” of poverty and injustice in Africa are more about the western activist and their desire for a sentimental heroism than caring about the actual need of the African, it ultimately causes a major division between white activist and the racial other. The white savior complex is basically quite destructive trope that has been…

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    about the theater and plays and literature... it takes you quite a while to find out whether they’re really stupid or not” (Salinger 105). Despite having directly stated that Sally Hayes is knowledgeable, he later decides that it is not good enough for her to truly be intelligent. It is odd, when considering that these areas are where much of Holden Caulfield’s expertise lie as well. Even in matters of opinion, Holden Caulfield places his own ideas as superior to those of women, even those he…

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    Pride and Prejudice is a romance novel written by Jane Austen and published in 1813. Pride and Prejudice is firstly a novel about surpassing obstacles and finding true love and happiness. The story follows the emotional development of the main character Elizabeth Bennet, one of the five daughters of Bennet family, who has the tendency to judge too quickly. As the story progress, Elizabeth learns the difference between the superficial and the essential, throughout her relationship with Mr. Darcy.…

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    There is no doubt that Turgenev had reformist tendencies; he moved amid the circles of the Russian intelligentsia (Freeborn 1994, 39), which would have in turn born some influence on him. Since the 1860s, however, Turgenev’s work has met with criticism revolving around ideology versus poeticism, and at the center of this argument is Bazarov. In regard to this controversial character, Turgenev said, ‘in the main character, Bazarov, there lay the figure of a young provincial doctor that struck me’…

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