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    Tori- “ So your saying that compared to another person with cancer, your syndrome adds more difficulty to your treatment plans?” Ella- “ Yes, exactly and my syndrome also causes a mutation in the p53 gene, which is a tumor suppressor gene(Family). This is why cancer can develop because the gene is suppose to stop abnormal cells from growing, but the mutation prevents this(Family). Li-Fraumeni syndrome can also be a mutation in the CHEK2 gene, but the p53 gene may play a role…

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    balance between estrogen and progesterone is disturbed, there could be absolute or relative increase in the level of estrogen. Continuous estrogen stimulation unopposed by progesterone causes hyperplasia of the endometrium. Mutations of the PTEN tumor suppressor gene have been found in more than 20% of hyperplasias. Most of the endometrial hyperplasias are reversible with appropriate therapy ,however if the hyperestrogenic stimulation persists, hyperplasia…

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    approximately 1cm longer than a seed watered with tap water. From this we believe that the amount of 25mM NaCl could be beneficial for the plants growth. We see this in px 9.2 and px 8.6 because these peroxidases are believed to be leaf growth suppressors as stated previously, but they are lowered in the 25mM NaCl concentration showing that they are not as active anymore. For our second part of out experiment, we watned to see what effect different types of salt would have on peroxidase…

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    Liver Cancer Case Study

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    Cancer represents a heterogeneous group of diseases. It is characterized by uncontrolled cell growth and a collapse of all multicellular co-operations (Zhang, et al., 2016; Zhang and Sun, 2015; Zhong, et al., 2016). Cancer promotes tumor development and metastasis (Ahmed, et al., 2013; Zhu, et al., 2016). Tumors are characterized by six essential alterations in cell physiology. These are self-sufficiency in growth signals, continued angiogenesis, insensitivity to growth inhibition signals,…

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    Informative Essay On Rifle

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    also fire .22 caliber pellets if you’re looking to do more damage. For stability, the gun comes with a thumbhole grip so you can track your target better and ensure a proper shot each time. The Silent Cat earns its name with a built-in sound suppressor that reduces noise so much it’s almost like a whisper. It also comes with a 3-9x40 zoom optical scope for better accuracy and precision. This rifle comes with a one-year limited…

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    Why Do Genes Cause Cancer?

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    the cell goes through. There is interphase where the cell gets ready to divide and there’s the mitotic phase, where the cell actually divides and DNA replication takes place. There are three types of genes involved in the cell cycle: the tumor suppressor gene, proto-oncogene and DNA repair gene. The mutation of these genes can cause cancer to develop in the body. First there’s the…

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    First, you said only one eye has leukocoria in this infant. Leukocoria is a common clinical feature of retinoblastoma, and this indication is usually a late sign of the disease (Balmer et al., 2006). Retinoblastoma can be either a hereditary disease and a nonhereditary disease. Generally, 60% of the cases of retinoblastoma are nonhereditary, with the remaining 40% being hereditary. Usually, 25% of the hereditary cases have family disease history, which is what we have in this case (NORD).…

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    near irrepressible urge to smoke and cause severe lung damage. When the brain stops to develop wrinkles on the outer surface, its development begins to slow down, and cannabis’s effect becomes irrelevant, creating a safe pain reliever and anxiety suppressor. Furthermore, critics state that not enough medical research about cannabis has been conducted to ensure that it’s safe to a reasonable degree of scientific certainty. Their ideas are hypocritical because scientific research is stymied by the…

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    Testicular cancer is a tumor that is located in the scrotum underneath a mans intromittent organ. Testicular cancer is very rare there are fever than 20,000 cases of this type of cancer each year in the United States. The testicles produce male sex hormones and sperm for reproduction. Testicular cancer is most common cancer in American males in the ages of 15 to 35. Testicular cancer is highly treatable, even if the cancer has spread beyond the testicles. Regular testicular self-examinations…

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    Myostatin Genetic Report

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    athletes) in experimental animals. Recently, a human child exhibiting strength far beyond that of other children of his age and body statue has been found to carry a spontaneous mutation in the myostatin gene, which inhibits its function as growth suppressor. These naturally occurring, spontaneous mutations have been found in humans and animals, always resulting in abnormal strength. Interestingly, Type 3 paranormal vampires who have become Type 3 after a prolonged (years) Type 2 stage, which is…

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