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    The GTO Model

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    the same appraised power (despite the fact that at a crest of 3,600 rpm), however considerably more torque. The vast majority of the drop was inferable from the new evaluating framework (which now mirrored a motor in as-introduced condition with suppressors, embellishments, and standard admission). The motors were moderately minimal changed from 1971. An extremely uncommon choice was the 455 HO motor, basically like that utilized as a part of the Trans Am. It was evaluated at 300 hp (220 kW)…

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    Understanding Pancreatic Cancer There is still so much that scientists don 't know about such intricate diseases such as cancer, but as technology improves, diseases that were previously thought of as incurable are now being researched, broken down, and with that treatments are being developed. The prevalence of various cancers is exponentially increasing, and pancreatic cancer is no exception. By the end of this research paper, the researcher will have discussed the known pathophysiology,…

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    Assault Weapons Essay

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    A New “Assault Weapon” Ban? Crash! It’s 3 am and Steve’s front door just got kicked in by a pair of men with illegal guns. He runs over to his closet to grab his gun. Then he remembers that just last week the police came and confiscated it. They said a new law had been passed banning AR-15’s. Steve calls the police. When they get there 10 minutes later, they find Steve’s families’ dead bodies and his house ransacked for anything of value. If only he had his gun. Guns have been around since…

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    to become an oncogene, allowing it to remain on active status inducing cell growth (Gallegos-Arreola et al., 2013). A second hallmark is insensitivity to antigrowth signals; tumor suppressor genes regulate cell proliferation, once knocked out there is no regulation of proliferation, mutations of TP53, a tumor suppressor gene, occurs in only 3% of patients that have ALL (Gallegos-Arreola et al., 2013). A third hallmark is evading apoptosis; types of genes common to be knocked out are from the…

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    injury to the heart, an organ that has a relatively low level of antioxidant enzymes such as superoxide dismutase (SOD) and catalase. Others studies propose that the mechanism of DOX-induced heart apoptosis is dependent on the activation of tumor suppressor p53 [9] [10]. Melatonin (MEL), is the chief secretory product of the pineal gland of all mammals. During the day the pineal gland is inactive, when the sun goes down and darkness occurs, the pineal gland is activated and starts to actively…

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    Essay On Tumor Metastasis

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    expansion in progenitor tumor cells resulting in larger undifferentiated cell populations as potential targets for environmental mutagens (Grivennikov et al., 2010). Deactivation of repair enzymes by chronic inflammation, resulting in loss of tumor suppressors has…

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    Does Alzheimer 's affect the way your brain works and how your body functions? Alzheimer 's is a progressive, degenerative, and irreversible brain disorder. Alzheimer 's Disease results from a combination of genetic, lifestyle, and environmental factors that affect the brain over time. Less than five percent the time, Alzheimer 's is caused by specific genetic changes that almost guarantees a person will develop the disease. Plaques on the brain may cause some of the cells to die, as well as a…

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    In the human body, cells have the ability to grow and divide, but when a group of cells malfunction, they can form a malignant tumor. When a malignant tumor develops in the breast, it is classified as breast cancer. Breast Cancer refers to the over cell proliferation (abnormal cell growth) forming in the tissue of a breast and eventually metastasizes (spreads) to different parts to of the body. This disease annually affects women regardless of their culture and ethnicity. In regards to…

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    Brain Tumors

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    A brain tumor or intracranial neoplasm occurs when abnormal cells form within the brain. There are two main types of tumors: malignant or cancerous tumors and benign tumors. Secondary or metastatic brain tumors are more common than primary brain tumors, In children younger than 15, brain tumors are second only to acute lymphoblastic leukemia as a cause of cancer. In Australia the average economic cost of a case of brain cancer is $1.9 million, the greatest of any type of cancer. Signs and…

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    1918 Pandemic Virus

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    The 1918 “Spanish flu” Pandemic was caused by an avian-like influenza virus that gained the ability for efficient and sustained human-to-human transmission and then spread globally, killing 20-50 millions. Fortunately, viruses with pandemic potential are rare occurrences and ongoing surveillance of human and avian viruses is being done globally in preparedness for an influenza pandemic. Vaccines and anti-viral drugs may be available, if needed and time permits. Both kinds of therapies have…

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