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    cells function in immune surveillance by generating a T-cell response (TCR) which allow them to function in fighting against infection (Swann, J. B. et al, 2007). Recent findings indicate TCR and local non-related factors of the tissues result in the programming of tissue resident memory cells, a newly discovered group of lymphocytes. Hence, the main focus of the paper reviewed was on how T-cell antigen-dependent pathways effect the generation of skin-resident memory cells, formed from a…

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    Insulin is the most important regulatory hormone in nutrient homeostasis. It was first isolated from pancreatic tissue in 1921 by Banting and Best. Appropriate target tissue responses to insulin added to insulin synthesis and secretion are necessary to maintain normal fuel balance (Lebovitz, 2001). Biochemistry: Figure: Human proinsulin and insulin biochemistry, Junqueira et al., 1986 Insulin is a protein consisting of 51 amino acids contained within two peptide chains. A chain with 21…

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    Case Study: Adipe Tissue

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    Health Services Misty Has Received Misty is a 35-year-old female patient with obesity issues brought on by stress, time management issues, and control issues was initially seen by her physician for her annual physical. Once Misty 's PCP diagnosed her with borderline diabetes and high blood pressure, she was referred to several specialists. Her physician referred her to the following doctors as well as requiring monthly checkups to monitor her weight, diabetes, and high blood pressure. •…

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    Facial cleanser for all skin type Overview There are four different skin types that people have. They include; normal ski, dry skin, oily skin and a combination of all skin types. Young children mostly have the normal skin but as for the rest beginning from those who are teenagers can have any skin type. There are specific cleansers which are meant specific skin types whereby you are supposed to use them in case you are sure of your skin type. There are others that are deeply discussed below…

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    Compare and Contrast different Tissue types – M1 Comparison between Connective Tissue and Epithelial Tissue Similarities: There are many similarities between connective and epithelial tissues. One of which is that both the connective and epithelial tissues have at least 2 layers. A similarity between the connective and epithelial tissues related to the organelles present and its functions is that they both have nucleus and mitochondria, so both need the production of energy to function and…

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    Deep tissue injury (DTI) is an injury to the soft tissue under the skin due to pressure and is usually over boney prominence. This injury is commonly seen in bedridden patients in hospitals and nursing homes. Although many efforts were made to elucidate the precise mechanism and clinical presentation, the pathogenesis and the final clinical outcome are yet to be determined. Although the current agreed upon presentation describes DTI as purple, maroon colored skin with ulceration, here we…

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    Epithelium-Tissue that covers the whole surface of the body.It has alot of cells in one or more layers. Describe the four types of tissues. Function- Epithelium tissue covers the whole surface of your body and it also protects your skin. Characteristics-The Characteristics traits covers and lines and all body surfaces. The cells are packed together and it the tissue can repair itself. Classification -The classification types are squamous,cuboidal, and columnar Draw and label tissue…

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    Almost all multicellular organisms contain a nervous system, which allows them to sense changes in their environment or induce muscle contractions through electrical impulses. The majority of nerves cells that make up the nervous system are excitable cells, as they have the ability to produce an electric current to formrom an action potential from using a concentration gradient of ions across their membrane (Sherwood, 2013). The current generated by the flow of sodium (〖Na〗^+) and potassium (…

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    Advancements in science and technology have helped to better our world in almost every way imaginable. These advancements have stretched as far as being able to replicate human vital tissues on chips to test how they will react to certain treatment (Torres A.1). In recent times, similar chips have been made to replicate less vital organs, such as the skin of a human, in order to test how the body will react to what is being tested (Torres…

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    body has, and it has three coating layers. One is the epidermis, the next is the dermis, and the last layer is the subcutaneous tissue known as the hypodermis. A. Epidermis - This outer layer has stratified squamous epithelium to make the skin solid and strong. The epidermis…

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