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  • Anton Sukhinski: A Tragic Hero

    Did you know that during the Holocaust up to six million Jews perished? The Holocaust was a tragic time where Jews were belittled into insignificant grains of salt that disappeared within the chilly snow of the night by their immoral suppressors called the Nazis. However, a man named Anton Sukhinski saved six people from a life full of torture and pain. Anton was able to use his kindness to become a hero to those people and to future generations, even though everyone he knew opposed his…

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  • Aggression And Self-Esteem

    A general view held in psychology that high self esteem or at least a positive view of one’s self has many benefits to our mental and perhaps even our physical health, while low self-esteem predisposes people to aggressive behavior. However, recent studies have been gathering that have an overall positive correlation between aggression and self-esteem. These studies also show that an exaggerated sense of self-esteem especially when coupled with narcissism can actually leads to the highest rates…

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  • Leanne Betasamoskae Simpson Caged Analysis

    In Leanne Betasamoskae Simpson’s Stories and Songs of Islands of Decolonial Love (2015), “caged” tells the story of giigaa bizhiw, nishnaabemowi for bobcat. I believe that Bizhiw represents the resilience and strength of the indigenous people. Although she is kept in a cage in the zoo, she manages to remain a strategist and a warrior who does not lose connection with her culture and ancestors. Her relationship with Nabaabak and love that she feels help her put the puzzle together and make the…

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  • Epigenetics In My Life

    This epigenetic alteration of cancer cells allows them to adapt changes in its microenvironment but certain hypermethylated tumor suppressor genes can awaken with drugs. Although epigenetic drug research is in its early stage, new promising drugs such as Vidaza or decitabine have proved to be effective in certain diseases like leukemia. Steller concludes that additional research in…

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  • Social Inequality In Jcole's Song Can T Cry

    By using this word he catches the attention from the black people. The word ‘nigga’ comes from ‘nigger/negro’, which comes from the times when black people were obligated to be slaves. The white people were the suppressors, using this word as disparaging and criticizing towards the black people. Even though it was meant to insult the black people using this word, it is still often used. Although it could be offensive, some use it in such ways that it has become a…

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  • Wild Animals Cause Cancer

    Did you know that there are 100 different types of cancers? Cancer is a disease by which is caused by an uncontrolled division of abnormal cells in a part of the body. (Cancer) According to WHO, this is true and any part of the body can be affected by it. In fact there were an exceptional amount of 7.6 million people who have died from cancer and 13% of deaths around the world. (WHO) Cancer is a deadly disease and is one of the leading health concerns for humans, "Dr. Denise McAloose, a…

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  • Native American Cultural Circle Essay

    The mistreatment of Native Americans is a prevalent issue transcending time in the United States, but is often forgotten. Racism within American society taints Native American culture because it denies a whole ethnicity equality, and stems from the average person choosing to assume rather than understand. It’s also important to note that a lack of understanding the Native American cultural circle causes the weight of the conflicting American philosophies to deteriorate their identity. White…

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  • Elongation Lab Report

    disorganization of actin cytoskeleton. Class two mutants, F308L- and S405P-Ura3p exhibited defects in translation and cytoskeleton. (3) eEF1Bgamma has been show to have no significant effect on translation when it is removed from the cell. It is, however, a suppressor of cold- sensitive mutations of DRS2 which plays a role in Golgi budding (4). Strains free from the eEF2Bgamma were found to show protein expression that differed when compared to their wild types under stressful…

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  • Control Of Women In The Yellow Wallpaper

    In the late 1800’s, the dynamic of men and women made it so women were inferior to men. Women were looked upon as having no impact on society other than to have children and take care of the home. It was difficult for women to express themselves in a world controlled by men. The men held the jobs, received educations, and ruled society. In "The Yellow Wallpaper" by Charlotte Perkins Gilman, the narrator experiences this kind of control from her husband, John. While reading the story, it appears…

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  • Comparison Of Parthenolide And STAT

    contrary to that of normal homeostasis. It takes place due to the deregulation of positive effectors of STATs activation, such as upstream tyrosine kinases (JAK, TYK), or repression of negative regulators of STATs phosphorylation, e.g. phosphatases, suppressors of cytokine signaling or protein inhibitors of activated STATs [47, 48].…

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