Triaziquone: Alkylating antineoplastic agent used mainly for ovarian tumors. It is toxic to skin, gastrointestinal tract, bone marrow and kidneys.Iridoid Glycosides: A subclass of iridoid compounds that include a glycoside moiety, usually found at the C-1 position.Lymphoma, T-Cell, Cutaneous: A group of lymphomas exhibiting clonal expansion of malignant T-lymphocytes arrested at varying stages of differentiation as well as malignant infiltration of the skin. MYCOSIS FUNGOIDES; SEZARY SYNDROME; LYMPHOMATOID PAPULOSIS; and PRIMARY CUTANEOUS ANAPLASTIC LARGE CELL LYMPHOMA are the best characterized of these disorders.Trichechus inunguis: Member of the genus Trichechus found in the Amazon and Orinoco drainages of northeastern South America. (From Scott, Concise Encyclopedia Biology, 1996)Genetic Diseases, X-Linked: Genetic diseases that are linked to gene mutations on the X CHROMOSOME in humans (X CHROMOSOME, HUMAN) or the X CHROMOSOME in other species. 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This group of predominantly gram-negative bacteria is classified based on homology of equivalent nucleotide sequences of 16S ribosomal RNA or by hybridization of ribosomal RNA or DNA with 16S and 23S ribosomal RNA.Organic Chemicals: A broad class of substances containing carbon and its derivatives. Many of these chemicals will frequently contain hydrogen with or without oxygen, nitrogen, sulfur, phosphorus, and other elements. They exist in either carbon chain or carbon ring form.China: A country spanning from central Asia to the Pacific Ocean.Archaea: One of the three domains of life (the others being BACTERIA and Eukarya), formerly called Archaebacteria under the taxon Bacteria, but now considered separate and distinct. They are characterized by: (1) the presence of characteristic tRNAs and ribosomal RNAs; (2) the absence of peptidoglycan cell walls; (3) the presence of ether-linked lipids built from branched-chain subunits; and (4) their occurrence in unusual habitats. While archaea resemble bacteria in morphology and genomic organization, they resemble eukarya in their method of genomic replication. The domain contains at least four kingdoms: CRENARCHAEOTA; EURYARCHAEOTA; NANOARCHAEOTA; and KORARCHAEOTA.Aluminum Silicates: Any of the numerous types of clay which contain varying proportions of Al2O3 and SiO2. They are made synthetically by heating aluminum fluoride at 1000-2000 degrees C with silica and water vapor. (From Hawley's Condensed Chemical Dictionary, 11th ed)Species Specificity: The restriction of a characteristic behavior, anatomical structure or physical system, such as immune response; metabolic response, or gene or gene variant to the members of one species. It refers to that property which differentiates one species from another but it is also used for phylogenetic levels higher or lower than the species.Hydrogen-Ion Concentration: The normality of a solution with respect to HYDROGEN ions; H+. 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*  506U78 in Treating Patients With Recurrent or Refractory Cutaneous T-cell Lymphoma - Full Text View
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*  Resources | Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation
Resources. Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation. Home › Resources About Cutaneous Lymphoma. What is Cutaneous Lymphoma. Living with Cutaneous Lymphoma Treatment Stories of Help Hope Cutaneous Lymphoma News Glossary. Programs Educational Opportunities Online Learning Center Personal Assistance Advocacy Calendar of Events. Resources. Resources Printed and Electronic Educational Resources Patient Assistance Resources Support Additional Resources Clinical Trials. For Medical Professionals. For Medical Professionals Medical Meetings CLF Clinical Roundtables Professional Education Professional Societies Publications and Resources Medical Advisory Board. Resources Resources Resources Printed and Electronic Educational Resources. Guide to Cutaneous Lymphoma Treatment Guide Brochure Downloads Newsletters Patient Assistance Resources Individual Support Additional Resources Clinical Trials. A Patient's Guide to Understanding Cutaneous Lymphoma. The Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation s Patient s Guide to Understanding Cutaneous Lymp...
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*  Online Learning Center | Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation
Online Learning Center. Home › Online Learning Center. Living with Cutaneous Lymphoma Treatment Stories of Help Hope Cutaneous Lymphoma News Glossary. Resources. For Medical Professionals. For Medical Professionals Medical Meetings CLF Clinical Roundtables Professional Education Professional Societies Publications and Resources Medical Advisory Board. Online Learning Center. Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma CTCL. Future Directions in T Cell Cutaneous Lymphoma Video. Overview of future directions in diagnosing and treating cutaneous lymphoma. Cutaneous T- Cell Lymphoma Treatment: The Old and the New - Part 1 of 3 Video. An overview and explanation of current cutaneous lymphoma treatments. Cutaneous T- Cell Lymphoma Treatment: The Old and the New - Part 2 of 3 Video. Part 2 of an overview and explanation of current cutaneous lymphoma treatments. Cutaneous T- Cell Lymphoma Treatment: The Old and the New - Part 3 of 3 Video. Part 3 of an overview and explanation of current cutaneous lymphoma treatments. Answers from the...
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*  Online Learning Center | Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation
Online Learning Center. Home › Online Learning Center. About Cutaneous Lymphoma. What is Cutaneous Lymphoma. Living with Cutaneous Lymphoma Treatment Stories of Help Hope Cutaneous Lymphoma News Glossary. Programs Educational Opportunities Online Learning Center Personal Assistance Advocacy Calendar of Events. Resources. Resources Printed and Electronic Educational Resources Patient Assistance Resources Support Additional Resources Clinical Trials. Research Research Awards Program Young Investigator Awards Research We Have Funded Clinical Trials Research of Interest. For Medical Professionals. For Medical Professionals Medical Meetings CLF Clinical Roundtables Professional Education Professional Societies Publications and Resources Medical Advisory Board. Online Learning Center. By Type of Disease. By Type of Disease Cutaneous Lymphoma. Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma CTCL. Lymphomatoid Papulosis LyP Primary Cutaneous B-Cell Lymphoma CBCL Primary Cutaneous Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma Other. Itching/Skin Care Dai...
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*  Patient Educational Forums | Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation
Patient Educational Forums. Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation. Home › Programs › Calendar of Events › Past Events. About Cutaneous Lymphoma. What is Cutaneous Lymphoma. Living with Cutaneous Lymphoma Treatment Stories of Help Hope Cutaneous Lymphoma News Glossary. Programs. Programs Educational Opportunities Online Learning Center Personal Assistance Advocacy Calendar of Events. Resources. Resources Printed and Electronic Educational Resources Patient Assistance Resources Support Additional Resources Clinical Trials. Research Research Awards Program Young Investigator Awards Research We Have Funded Clinical Trials Research of Interest. We re Raising Awareness. Volunteer Ways to Give Advocacy. For Medical Professionals. For Medical Professionals Medical Meetings CLF Clinical Roundtables Professional Education Professional Societies Publications and Resources Medical Advisory Board. Patient Educational Forums. Programs. Programs Educational Opportunities Online Learning Center Personal Assistance Advocacy Calendar ...
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*  Online Learning Center | Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation
Online Learning Center. Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation. Home › Online Learning Center › Patient Stories. About Cutaneous Lymphoma. What is Cutaneous Lymphoma. Living with Cutaneous Lymphoma Treatment Stories of Help Hope Cutaneous Lymphoma News Glossary. Resources. Resources Printed and Electronic Educational Resources Patient Assistance Resources Support Additional Resources Clinical Trials. Online Learning Center. By Type of Disease Cutaneous Lymphoma. Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma CTCL. Lymphomatoid Papulosis LyP Primary Cutaneous B-Cell Lymphoma CBCL Primary Cutaneous Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma Other. It was at the fairly young age of 31 that my journey with cutaneous T-cell lymphoma CTCL began. As so many CTCL patients first do, I began with seeing several dermatologists over the course of a year. So, being a problem-solver, I began to look at my cancer diagnosis in that light: How do I now begin to solve this problem. This treatment, along with many others, seemed to keep my CTCL under control for quite ...
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*  Online Learning Center | Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation
Online Learning Center. Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation. Home › Online Learning Center About Cutaneous Lymphoma. What is Cutaneous Lymphoma. Living with Cutaneous Lymphoma Treatment Stories of Help Hope Cutaneous Lymphoma News Glossary. Programs. Programs Educational Opportunities Online Learning Center Personal Assistance Advocacy Calendar of Events. Resources. Resources Printed and Electronic Educational Resources Patient Assistance Resources Support Additional Resources Clinical Trials. Research. Research Research Awards Program Young Investigator Awards Research We Have Funded Clinical Trials Research of Interest. Get Involved. We re Raising Awareness. Volunteer Ways to Give Advocacy. For Medical Professionals. For Medical Professionals Medical Meetings CLF Clinical Roundtables Professional Education Professional Societies Publications and Resources Medical Advisory Board. About Us. About Us History Financial and Operational Information Leadership Staff Partners Contact Us Careers. Online Learning Center By...
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*  Forum Summer 2011 | Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation
Forum Summer 2011. Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation. Home › Resources › Publications. About Cutaneous Lymphoma. What is Cutaneous Lymphoma. Living with Cutaneous Lymphoma Treatment Stories of Help Hope Cutaneous Lymphoma News Glossary. Programs. Programs Educational Opportunities Online Learning Center Personal Assistance Advocacy Calendar of Events. Resources. Resources Printed and Electronic Educational Resources Patient Assistance Resources Support Additional Resources Clinical Trials. Research. Research Research Awards Program Young Investigator Awards Research We Have Funded Clinical Trials Research of Interest. Get Involved. We re Raising Awareness. Volunteer Ways to Give Advocacy. For Medical Professionals. For Medical Professionals Medical Meetings CLF Clinical Roundtables Professional Education Professional Societies Publications and Resources Medical Advisory Board. About Us. About Us History Financial and Operational Information Leadership Staff Partners Contact Us Careers. Forum Summer 2011. Publicat...
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*  Allos Therapeutics' FOLOTYN Shows Activity in a Dose Finding Phase 1 Study of Relapsed or Refractory
... Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma - Drugs.com MedNews. Skip to Content. Search:. All. All Consumer Professional Pill ID Interactions News FDA Alerts Approvals Pipeline Clinical Trials Care Notes Encyclopedia Dictionary Natural Products. Browse all medications:. a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z. Advanced Search. Topics Tools. Sign In. Sign In. Register. Menu. Close Account. Sign In. Register Now. Drugs A-Z. A-Z Drug Index. Drugs by Condition. Drugs by Class. Generic Drugs. OTC Drugs. International Drugs. Natural Products. Veterinary Products. Info en Espa ol. Drug Side Effects. Dosage Guides. Pregnancy Warnings. Breastfeeding Warnings. Pricing Coupons. Inactive Ingredients. Advanced Search. Phonetic Search. Pill Identifier. Interactions Checker. News. Q A. Pro Edition. Apps. More. Videos. Slideshows. Mobile Apps. Pricing Coupon Guide. Home. News. Clinical Trials. Allos... Print. Share. All News. Consumer. Pharma. New Drugs. Pipeline. Clinical Trials. FDA Alerts. Allos Therapeutics' FOLOTYN Show...
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*  Get Involved | Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation
Get Involved. Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation. Home › Get Involved. About Cutaneous Lymphoma. What is Cutaneous Lymphoma. Living with Cutaneous Lymphoma Treatment Stories of Help Hope Cutaneous Lymphoma News Glossary. Programs. Programs Educational Opportunities Online Learning Center Personal Assistance Advocacy Calendar of Events. Resources. Resources Printed and Electronic Educational Resources Patient Assistance Resources Support Additional Resources Clinical Trials. Research Research Awards Program Young Investigator Awards Research We Have Funded Clinical Trials Research of Interest. Get Involved. We re Raising Awareness. Volunteer Ways to Give Advocacy. For Medical Professionals. For Medical Professionals Medical Meetings CLF Clinical Roundtables Professional Education Professional Societies Publications and Resources Medical Advisory Board. Get Involved. Get Involved. Get Involved. We re Raising Awareness. Share Your Story Join Our Board Become An Advocate Become An Annual Donor Organize A Fundraiser. A...
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*  Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma Presenting as Benign Dermatoses - American Family Physician
... Advertisement. Previous article Next article. May 15, 1999 Issue. Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma Presenting as Benign Dermatoses. FREE PREVIEW. AAFP members and paid subscribers: Log in to get free access. All others: Purchase online access. FREE PREVIEW. Purchase online access to read the full version of this article. KATHLEEN B. ELMER, MAJ, USAF, MC, FS, and RITA M. GEORGE, MAJ, USAF, MC, FS, Yokota Air Base, Japan Am Fam Physician. 1999 May 15;59 10 :2809-2813. Abstract. Clinical Presentation and Differential Diagnosis. Prognosis. References. Article Sections Abstract. Clinical Presentation and Differential Diagnosis. Prognosis. References. Cutaneous T-cell lymphoma, also known as mycosis fungoides, is a malignancy of the T helper CD4+ cells. Diagnosis is difficult early in the course of this disease because it mimics several benign skin disorders, including eczema, psoriasis and contact dermatitis. Cutaneous T-cell lymphoma is also difficult to identify histologically, and multiple biopsies may be necessa...
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*  NewYork-Presbyterian/Queens - Cancer Types - Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma
... Cancer Center Cancer Types - Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma What is cutaneous T-cell lymphoma. Symptoms of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma depend on the stage of the cancer how far it has spread. Lymph nodes are normal or larger than normal but do not contain cancer cells. Most of the skin at least 80 percent is dry, red, scaly, or bumpy and may have tumors Lymph nodes are normal or larger than normal, but do not contain cancer cells There may be a small number of lymphoma cells in the blood. In addition to a medical history and physical examination, a doctor may order a biopsy of a skin tumor or lymph node to confirm the diagnosis. Treatment for cutaneous T-cell lymphoma Specific treatment for cutaneous T-cell lymphoma will be determined by your doctor based on: Your age, overall health, and medical history Type of T-cell lymphoma Extent and location of the disease Your tolerance for specific medications, procedures, and therapies Expectations for the course of the disease Your opinion or preference. This therapy ...
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*  Calendar of Events | Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation
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*  About the Foundation | Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation
About the Foundation. Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation. Home › About the Foundation › Leadership Staff. About Cutaneous Lymphoma. What is Cutaneous Lymphoma. Living with Cutaneous Lymphoma Treatment Stories of Help Hope Cutaneous Lymphoma News Glossary. Programs. Programs Educational Opportunities Online Learning Center Personal Assistance Advocacy Calendar of Events. Resources. Resources Printed and Electronic Educational Resources Patient Assistance Resources Support Additional Resources Clinical Trials. Research Research Awards Program Young Investigator Awards Research We Have Funded Clinical Trials Research of Interest. Volunteer Ways to Give Advocacy. For Medical Professionals. For Medical Professionals Medical Meetings CLF Clinical Roundtables Professional Education Professional Societies Publications and Resources Medical Advisory Board. About Us History Financial and Operational Information Leadership Staff Partners Contact Us Careers. About the Foundation. About the Foundation. About Us History Stories...
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*  Toxins | Free Full-Text | Bacterial Toxins Fuel Disease Progression in Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma
Bacterial Toxins Fuel Disease Progression in Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma. MDPI. Willerslev-Olsen, A. Lindahl, LM. Koralov, SB. Willerslev-Olsen, A. Lindahl, LM. Koralov, SB. Willerslev-Olsen, A. Lindahl, LM. Koralov, SB. Toxins 2013, 5 8, 1402-1421; doi: 10.3390/toxins5081402 Review Bacterial Toxins Fuel Disease Progression in Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma Andreas Willerslev-Olsen 1,. 2 Department of Dermatology, Aarhus University Hospital, Aarhus 8000, Denmark. Received: 4 July 2013 / Revised: 2 August 2013 / Accepted: 6 August 2013 / Published: 14 August 2013 This article belongs to the Special Issue Toxins and Carcinogenesis View Full-Text. Here, we review links between bacterial infections and CTCL with focus on earlier studies addressing a direct role of SE on malignant T cells and recent data indicating novel indirect mechanisms involving SE- and cytokine-driven cross-talk between malignant- and non-malignant T cells. Keywords: cutaneous T-cell lymphoma; infections; Staphylococcus aureus ; enterotoxins; super...
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*  About the Foundation | Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation
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*  Face-to-Face Meetings | Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation
Face-to-Face Meetings. Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation. Home › Programs About Cutaneous Lymphoma. What is Cutaneous Lymphoma. Living with Cutaneous Lymphoma Treatment Stories of Help Hope Cutaneous Lymphoma News Glossary. Programs Educational Opportunities Online Learning Center Personal Assistance Advocacy Calendar of Events. Resources. Resources Printed and Electronic Educational Resources Patient Assistance Resources Support Additional Resources Clinical Trials. Research Research Awards Program Young Investigator Awards Research We Have Funded Clinical Trials Research of Interest. For Medical Professionals. For Medical Professionals Medical Meetings CLF Clinical Roundtables Professional Education Professional Societies Publications and Resources Medical Advisory Board. Newsletters Programs Programs Educational Opportunities Online Learning Center Personal Assistance Advocacy Calendar of Events. Face-to-Face Meetings Atlanta, GA A group of four CTCL patients gathered this winter for a face-to-face meeting. Fo...
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*  From the Executive Director | Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation
From the Executive Director. Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation. About Cutaneous Lymphoma. What is Cutaneous Lymphoma. Living with Cutaneous Lymphoma Treatment Stories of Help Hope Cutaneous Lymphoma News Glossary. Programs Educational Opportunities Online Learning Center Personal Assistance Advocacy Calendar of Events. Resources. Resources Printed and Electronic Educational Resources Patient Assistance Resources Support Additional Resources Clinical Trials. Research Research Awards Program Young Investigator Awards Research We Have Funded Clinical Trials Research of Interest. For Medical Professionals. For Medical Professionals Medical Meetings CLF Clinical Roundtables Professional Education Professional Societies Publications and Resources Medical Advisory Board. Programs. Programs Educational Opportunities Online Learning Center Personal Assistance Advocacy Calendar of Events. From the Executive Director. by Judy Jones, Executive Director, Mycosis Fungoides Foundation. The Mycosis Fungoides Foundation is moving...
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*  The CLF Store | Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation
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*  Show Your Support | Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation
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*  Drug Slows Progression of Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma - Wellsphere
... By Cancer.gov. Blog: http://www.cancer.gov. Drug Slows Progression of Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma. Drug Slows Progression of Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma. In a randomized trial of denileukin diftitox ONTAK for the treatment of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma CTCL, a type of non-Hodgkin lymphoma that begins in the skin, patients who received the drug survived without progression of their disease for a median of more than 2 years, compared with just over 4 months for patients who received a placebo. Participants received one of two different doses of DD either 9 micrograms or 18 micrograms per kilogram of body weight per day or a placebo. Overall response rates either complete or partial tumor regression were 49.1 percent in the group receiving the higher dose of DD, 37.8 percent in the group receiving the lower dose, and 15.9 percent in the placebo group. Patients receiving the higher dose of DD had a 73 percent reduction in the risk of disease progression or death compared with patients receiving the placebo. More ...
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*  Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma | Johns Hopkins Medicine Health Library
Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma. Johns Hopkins Medicine Health Library. Johns Hopkins Medicine Health Library. About Johns Hopkins Medicine. Hopkins Medicine Home. Find a Doctor Find a doctor at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center or Johns Hopkins Community Physicians. Health Library Guide to the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of conditions from A to Z. They normally fight infection in the body. The cancer then affects the skin cutaneous. Symptoms and stages of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma The symptoms of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma depend on how far the cancer has spread stage. Dry, red, scaly patches, plaques thick lesions, or bumps on skin cover less than 80 percent of the skin surface No lesions larger than 1 centimeter cm wide, known as tumors Lymph nodes are normal. Dry, red, scaly patches, plaques, or bumps on skin cover up to 80 percent of the skin surface No lesions larger than 1 cm wide tumors Lymph nodes are enlarged, but do not contain cancer cells. Or At least one tumor on ...
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*  Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma
... Cancer. Health Library Explorer. Cancer. Conditions & Treatments. Adult Health Library. Diabetes. Men's Health. Mental Health Disorders. Oral Health. Skin Cancer. Women's Health. Pediatric Health Library. Blood Disorders. Dental and Oral Health. Diabetes Endocrinology. Test and Procedures. Children Ages 0-2. Children Ages 2-18. Men Ages 18-39. They normally fight infection in the body. The cancer then affects the skin cutaneous. Symptoms and stages of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma The symptoms of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma depend on how far the cancer has spread stage. Dry, red, scaly patches, plaques, or bumps on skin cover up to 80 percent of the skin surface No lesions larger than 1 cm wide tumors Lymph nodes are enlarged, but do not contain cancer cells. Or At least one tumor on skin is 1 cm or more wide Lymph nodes are normal or larger than normal, but do not contain cancer cells. Most of the skin at least 80 percent is dry, red, scaly, or bumpy, and may have tumors Lymph nodes are normal or larger than ...
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*  Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma - WellSpan Health
WellSpan Medical Group. Symptoms and stages of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma The symptoms of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma depend on how far the cancer has spread stage. Dry, red, scaly patches, plaques thick lesions, or bumps on skin cover less than 80 percent of the skin surface No lesions larger than 1 centimeter cm wide, known as tumors Lymph nodes are normal. Dry, red, scaly patches, plaques, or bumps on skin cover up to 80 percent of the skin surface No lesions larger than 1 cm wide tumors Lymph nodes are enlarged, but do not contain cancer cells. Or At least one tumor on skin is 1 cm or more wide Lymph nodes are normal or larger than normal, but do not contain cancer cells. Most of the skin at least 80 percent is dry, red, scaly, or bumpy, and may have tumors Lymph nodes are normal or larger than normal, but do not contain cancer cells There may be a small number of lymphoma cells in the blood. Skin is dry, red, scaly, or bumpy, and may have tumors on any amount of the skin surface There are many lymphoma cell...
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*  Category:Cutaneous lymphoma - Wikimedia Commons
category cutaneous lymphoma wikimedia commons open main menu category cutaneous lymphoma subcategories this category has only the following subcategory h histopathology of cutaneous lymphoma f media in category cutaneous lymphoma the following files are in this category out of total borrelial lymphocytoma kb mycosis fungoide jpg mb mycosis fungoides knee mb last edited on july at wikimedia commons mobile desktop content is available under cc by sa unless otherwise noted terms of use privacy...
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*  Romidepsin medical facts from Drugs.com
... All Consumer Professional Pill ID Interactions News FDA Alerts Approvals Pipeline Clinical Trials Care Notes Encyclopedia Dictionary Natural Products. Drugs A-Z. Drugs by Condition. Drug Side Effects. News. Cutaneous T-cell Lymphoma. Overview Side Effects Dosage Interactions Professional More. Pregnancy Warnings User Reviews Support Group Q A. Romidepsin is used to treat T-cell lymphoma affecting the skin cutaneous T-cell lymphoma, or CTCL. Romidepsin is usually given after other medicines have been tried without successful treatment of symptoms. This treatment cycle may be repeated 28 days after your first dose. Romidepsin can lower blood cells that help your body fight infections and help your blood to clot. Usual Adult Dose for Cutaneous T-cell Lymphoma: 14 mg/m2 IV over 4 hours on days 1, 8, and 15 of a 28-day cycle Repeat cycle every 28 days provided patient continues to benefit and is tolerating therapy. Uses: Treatment of cutaneous T-cell Lymphoma CTCL and peripheral T-cell lymphoma PTCL in patien...
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*  Cutaneous lymphoma
... there are two classes of lymphoma s that affect the skin cutaneous t cell lymphoma cutaneous b cell lymphoma category lymphoid related cutaneous conditions category lymphoma...
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*  International Society for Cutaneous Lymphomas (ISCL) > Current Studies
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*  Age, Race, Sex, Stage, and Incidence of Cutaneous Lymphoma - ResearchGate
... For full functionality of ResearchGate it is necessary to enable JavaScript. Here are the instructions how to enable JavaScript in your web browser. Article Age, Race, Sex, Stage, and Incidence of Cutaneous Lymphoma. Lynn D Wilson. Lynn D Wilson Yale University Message author. Remove suggestion. Ginette A Hinds. Ginette A Hinds Johns Hopkins Medicine Message author. Remove suggestion. James B Yu. James B Yu Yale University Message author. Remove suggestion. Department of Therapeutic Radiology, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT. Electronic address:. Clinical lymphoma, myeloma leukemia. Impact Factor: 2.02. 10/2012; 12 5 :291-6. DOI: 10.1016/j.clml.2012.06.010 Source: PubMed. ABSTRACT The incidence of the T- and B-cell CLs has been well documented, but information pertaining to racial incidence by age, and by burden of disease stage have not been extensively documented. The SEER 2004-2008 public use database was investigated. The relative incidence of CL in different races and age groups wa...
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*  Allos Therapeutics Gets $50M Up Front in Deal with Mundipharma for Cancer Drug Folotyn | GEN News
Allos Therapeutics Gets $50M Up Front in Deal with Mundipharma for Cancer Drug Folotyn. Transitioning from Traditional Assay Formats to HTRF Technology. Jobs Report: Data, Business, and Regulatory Savvy Driving New Hiring. FDA Nominee Driven by "Data, Data, Data". Transitioning from Traditional Assay Formats to HTRF Technology. Jobs Report: Data, Business, and Regulatory Savvy Driving New Hiring. FDA Nominee Driven by "Data, Data, Data". Top 25 Biotech Companies of 2015. GEN News Highlights More » May 11, 2011 Allos Therapeutics Gets $50M Up Front in Deal with Mundipharma for Cancer Drug Folotyn Page 1 of 1 Allos Therapeutics could see up to $360.5 million under a collaboration with Mundipharma to co-develop Folotyn pralatrexate injection. for patients with relapsed or refractory peripheral T-cell lymphoma PTCL. Under a separate supply agreement with a Mundipharma affiliate, Mundipharma Medical Co., Allos will supply Folotyn for Mundipharma s clinical and commercial uses. Allos and Mundipharma will jointly fu...
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*  FDA approves vorinostat (Zolinza) for the treatment of cutaneous manifestations of cutaneous T-cell
FDA approves vorinostat Zolinza for the treatment of cutaneous manifestations of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma CTCL. Quick Links: Skip to main page content Skip to Search Skip to Topics Menu Skip to Section Content Menu Skip to Common Links. Food Drug Administration. Drugs. Tobacco Products. About FDA. About FDA. Office of Medical Products and Tobacco. About the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research. Section Contents Menu FDA Organization Office of Medical Products and Tobacco. About the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research. Jobs at the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research CDER. Contact CDER. FDA approves vorinostat Zolinza for the treatment of cutaneous manifestations of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma CTCL On October 6, 2006, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration granted approval to vorinostat Zolinza, Merck & Co., Inc. , a histone deacetylase inhibitor, for the treatment of cutaneous manifestations of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma CTCL in patients with progressive, persistent, or recurrent disease on or foll...
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*  .. Excellen
Search. About AAD. Donate now. AAD store. Excellence in Dermatology Excellence in Dermatologic Surgery Excellence in Medical Dermatology Excellence in Dermatopathology. Sign in Your account Donate Become a member. AAD store. My account. Patient education resources. Awards, grants, scholarships. State society resources. Become a member. Meetings and events. AAD professional education. Online Learning Center. Awards, grants and scholarships. Transplant Skin Cancer Network. SPOT Skin Cancer. Learn about skin cancer. Dermatology A to Z. About dermatology. Media. Media resources. Sign in. Account. Return to program book search Session Information FRM F087 - Case-Based Discussion in Cutaneous Lymphomas Open admission to eligible categories, no tuition or ticket. Zic, MD, FAAD - Handout Speakers: Larisa J. Geskin, MD, FAAD - Handout Joan Guitart, MD, FAAD - Handout Amy C. Musiek, MD, FAAD Learning Objectives: Following this course, the attendee should be able to: 1. Recognize cutaneous clues to separate cutaneous ly...
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*  Secondary cutaneous CD30+ large-cell lymphoma
secondary cutaneous cd large cell lymphoma secondary cutaneous cd large cell lymphoma secondary cutaneous cd large cell lymphoma is a cutaneous condition that may arise in cases of mycosis fungoides and in patients with lymphomatoid papulosis see also cutaneous t cell lymphoma cd cutaneous t cell lymphoma skin lesion list of cutaneous conditions references category lymphoid related cutaneous conditions category lymphoma...
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*  Bexarotene Topical Dosage - Drugs.com
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*  Drug Index by Condition - Cutaneous t-Cell Lymphoma
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*  HIV-associated cutaneous lymphoma
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*  European Medicines Agency - Human medicines - EU/3/06/428
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*  Mir-711 microRNA precursor family
mir microrna precursor family mir microrna precursor family in molecular biology mir microrna is a short rna molecule microrna s function to regulate the expression levels of other genes by several mechanisms diagnostic use in cutaneous t cell lymphoma hsp and further regulation see also references further reading external links diagnostic use in cutaneous t cell lymphoma mir is able to distinguish between malignant cutaneous t cell lymphoma s and benign skin disorders with high accuracy hsp and further regulation mir has been found to target and suppress heat shock protein in vitro at a post transcriptional level via its untranslated region ischaemic preconditioning brings about reduced mir levels with downregulated cardiac myocyte levels further dependent upon nf kappa b see also microrna references further reading external links category microrna category microrna precursor families...
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*  Common Drugs and Medications to Treat Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma
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*  Publications tagged 'Acute Myeloid Leukemia' | CancerCare
Publications tagged 'Acute Myeloid Leukemia'. Co-Payment Assistance Get help with co-payments for chemotherapy and cancer medications. Leukemia. Lymphoma. Ask Cancer Care. Shop for Cancer Care. Publications Tagged: Acute Myeloid Leukemia Publications about Acute Myeloid Leukemia You can also browse all resources about acute myeloid leukemia» Subscribe to these results:. Tags: leukemia lymphoma multiple myeloma acute lymphoblastic leukemia acute myeloid leukemia chronic lymphocytic leukemia chronic myelogenous leukemia cutaneous t-cell lymphoma follicular lymphoma hodgkin lymphoma mantle cell lymphoma myelodysplastic syndrome myelofibrosis myeloproliferative neoplasms non-hodgkin lymphoma polycythemia vera. Tags: breast cancer melanoma colorectal cancer lung cancer prostate cancer head and neck cancer multiple myeloma brain cancer glioblastoma kidney cancer liver cancer ovarian cancer pancreatic cancer leukemia lymphoma acute lymphoblastic leukemia cutaneous t-cell lymphoma chronic lymphocytic leukem...
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*  Maps & Directions - Multidisciplinary Cutaneous Lymphoma Group - Stanford University School of Medic
Maps Directions - Multidisciplinary Cutaneous Lymphoma Group - Stanford University School of Medicine. Search This Site Only. Stanford Medical Sites. Maps Directions. Address Stanford Cancer Institute 875 Blake Wilbur Drive Stanford, CA 94305 December 2012 - Traffic and parking update: Due to the extensive work on the new Stanford Hospital Clinics, traffic and parking has been impacted. The Future of Stanford Hospital Visitor and patient traffic and parking map. The Stanford Cancer Institute is adjacent to the parking structure and it is located across from Blake Wilbur Clinics on Blake Wilbur Drive. View Larger Map From Bayshore US Highway 101 North or South Take the Embarcadero Road/West exit Follow Embarcadero Road for about two miles Cross El Camino Real, after which the road becomes Galvez Street Turn right at Arboretum Road Turn left on Sand Hill Road Turn left on Pasteur Drive Stanford Hospital Clinics is directly in front of you Parking is to your left on Blake Wilbur Drive From Interstate 280 North o...
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*  Resimmune
... {{Drugbox Verifiedfields = verifiedrevid = IUPAC name = A-dmDT390-bisFv UCHT1. tradename = Resimmune pregnancy AU = pregnancy US = C pregnancy category = no adequate human studies. legal AU = legal UK = legal US =. ATC prefix = none ATC suffix = ATC supplemental =. 'Resimmune' or A-dmDT390-bisFv UCHT1 is an experimental drug an anti-T cell immunotoxin that is being investigated for treatment of blood cancers such as cutaneous T cell lymphoma CTCL. Clinical trials Description of molecule Mechanism of action References External links. Since 2009, Resimmune is being tested against cutaneous T cell lymphoma, and is in a Phase II trial: Immunotoxin Therapy for Patients With T-cell Diseases. {{ClinicalTrialsGov|NCT00611208. Immunotoxin Therapy for Patients With T-cell Diseases}}. In the Phase I portion of the trail, a subgroup of nine patients was identified with a 89% response rate. {{ClinicalTrialsGov|NCT01888081. Fusion Protein in Combination With Ionizing Radiation for Treatment of Stage IV Melanoma}}. Res...
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*  2011 Fall Forum
... . 2011 Fall Forum - page 1 Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation: Making sure each person with cutaneous lymphoma gets the best care possible C linical trials can offer a promising treatment option for people living with cutaneous T-cell lymphoma CTCL, especially when a patient finds their dis- ease is unresponsive to therapies that are currently approved by the Food and Drug Administration FDA. Clinical trials are research studies that investigate new or experimental treat- ments in patients living with a specific disease. i These studies are not only impor- tant because they contribute to the overall knowledge and progress in understanding diseases such as CTCL, but they also play an instrumental role in the develop- ment and FDA approval of new therapies. Most importantly, a patient may benefit from an investigational treatment they are receiving as part of a clinical trial – they may experience a complete response, see improvement in their quality of life or find relief from symptoms. To continue expanding t...
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*  Dr Jillian Wells - The University of Sydney
... Skip to main content. The University of Sydney - Sydney Medical School. Sydney Medical School. University Home. Contact us. Quick links:. Quick Links University phonebook Our Handbook SMP Website Courses we offer. ------------------- Staff intranet Email exchange. You are here:. Home / Our people / Dr Jillian Wells. At a glance. Our leadership. Our academics. Find an academic. Academic staff list. Our administrative staff. Office of the Dean. Student Services. Research. Office for Global Health. Development and Alumni Relations. Indigenous support. About us. Find an academic. Academic staff list. Dr Jillian Wells. Associate Lecturer Dermatology, Westmead Clinical School. Telephone 98457149. Fax 98459673. Email. Map. Selected publications Download citations: PDF RTF Endnote. By type. By year. Journals. Affandi, A., Blumetti, T., Wells, J., Hertzberg, M., Fernandez Penas, P. 2015. Gemcitabine and vinorelbine treatment in cutaneous T-cell lymphoma in four patients. Australasian Journal of Dermatology. 2015....
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*  Indolent variant of a bad lymphoma | Dermpedia
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*  Seattle Genetics, Millennium start phase-3 trial of Adcetris
seattle genetics millennium start phase trial of adcetris click to print email this close seattle genetics millennium start phase trial of adcetris by alaric dearment bothell wash seattle genetics and takeda s cancer drug subsidiary have started a late stage clinical trial for a lymphoma drug the companies said wednesday seattle genetics and millennium announced the start of a phase trial of adcetris brentuximab vedotin in patients relapsed cutaneous t cell lymphoma that expresses the cd cell membrane protein the study will enroll more than patients who will be divided into two groups one of which will receive adcetris and another that will receive methotrexate or bexarotene we recognize this is a significant milestone in our efforts to explore the potential of this targeted therapy in other indications millennium chief medical officer karen ferrante said looking forward this study may support the potential to supplement therapeutic options for patients from traditional systemic chemotherapy to adcetris a tar...
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*  TMEM229B
'Transmembrane protein 229b' is a protein that in humans is encoded by the TMEM229b gene. 1 T229B Protein T229B Antibody.|url=http://www.genecards.org/cgi-bin/carddisp.pl?gene=TMEM229B&search=TMEM229B|work=GeneCards V3 - Human Genes Gene Database|accessdate=2011-04-19}}. Nomenclature Gene Tissue distribution Protein Clinical relevance References. The TMEM229B gene is also known as C14orf83, FLJ33387, Q8NBD8, Hs.509707, Hs.712258, IPR010540, and CN083 HUMAN. 5 Covering a total of 45,038 base pairs bp along the chromosome, the TMEM229B gene has a total of 3 exons in its primary unspliced transcript mRNA of 4,068 bp. There are a total of 7 transcript variants for TMEM229B ranging in mRNA size from 519 bp to 5008 bp. The gene is highly conserved in vertebrates, including portions of the approximately 3,000 base pairs of 3'UTR. 9 Tissue distribution. Expressed Sequence Tag mapping of TMEM229B gene expression indicates that it is ubiquitously expressed throughout the body. TMEM229B is more heavily expressed in the ...
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*  CTAGE5
ctage ctage cutaneous t cell lymphoma associated antigen is a protein that in humans is encoded by the ctage gene references further reading...
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*  UNESCO-IOC Register of Marine Organisms (URMO) - Trichechus inunguis (Natterer in von Pelzeln, 1883
unesco ioc register of marine organisms urmo trichechus inunguis natterer in von pelzeln introduction search taxa taxon tree literature statistics urmo taxon details trichechus inunguis natterer in von pelzeln aphiaid classification biota animalia chordata vertebrata gnathostomata tetrapoda mammalia theria sirenia trichechidae trichechus trichechus inunguis status accepted rank species parent trichechus linnaeus source not documented environment marine brackish fresh terrestrial fossil range recent fossil links to biodiversity heritage library publications to encyclopedia of life to genbank nucleotides proteins to iucn red list to marine species identification portal to itis note from other sources distribution south america in freshwater amazon river drainige possibly also in orinoco image trichechus inunguis i lsid urn lsid marinespecies org taxname taxonomic edit history date action by z created vanden berghe edward z changed self sullivan caryn citation self sullivan c trichechus inunguis natterer in von ...
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*  PPT – Dairy Cattle Breeding and Selection Reproductive Anatomy PowerPoint presentation | free to d
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*  Female reproductive anatomyFemale reproductive anatomy
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*  Female reproductive anatomyFemale reproductive anatomy
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*  Male reproductive anatomyMale reproductive anatomy
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*  Reproductive Anatomy of Prognathorhynchus Busheki Ax (Platyhelminthes, Kalyptorhynchia) Revealed by
reproductive anatomy of prognathorhynchus busheki ax platyhelminthes kalyptorhynchia revealed by confocal laser scanning microscopy dspace repository reproductive anatomy of prognathorhynchus busheki ax platyhelminthes kalyptorhynchia revealed by confocal laser scanning microscopy login dspace home national museum of natural history smithsonian marine station view item javascript is disabled for your browser some features of this site may not work without it show simple item record dc contributor author hochberg rick en us dc date accessioned t z dc date available t z dc date issued en us dc identifier citation meiofauna marina en us dc identifier uri http hdl handle net dc format extent bytes dc format mimetype application pdf dc title reproductive anatomy of prognathorhynchus busheki ax platyhelminthes kalyptorhynchia revealed by confocal laser scanning microscopy en us dc identifier srbnumber files in this item name sms hochberg pdf size mb format pdf view open this item appears in the following collection...
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*  Incarcerated hernia
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*  CD25 deficiency
cd deficiency cd deficiency cd deficiency or interleukin receptor alpha deficiency is an immunodeficiency disorder associated with mutations in the interleukin receptor alpha cd il ra gene the mutations cause expression of a defective α chain or complete absence thereof an essential part of high affinity interleukin il receptors the result is a syndrome described as ipex like or a scid in one patient deficiency of cd on cd lymphocytes caused significantly impaired sensitivity to il this was demonstrated by a lack of measurable response in anti inflammatory interleukin il secretion to low dose il incubation greatly reduced il secretion compared to healthy humans results in a syndrome comparable to ipex syndrome a type of autoimmunity which is caused by foxp transcription factor dysfunction in addition to ipex like symptoms cd deficiency increases susceptibility to viral infections and possibly fungal and bacterial infections as il is an important inducer of lymphocyte proliferation the absence of highly sensit...
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*  NHS (gene)
nhs gene nhs gene nance horan syndrome protein is a protein that in humans is encoded by the nhs gene references further reading...
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*  Aerobic degradation of chlorinated ethenes by Mycobacterium strain JS60 in the presence of organic a
... cids. mirage Aerobic degradation of chlorinated ethenes by Mycobacterium strain JS60 in the presence of organic acids. SA@OSU Home → Electronic Theses and Dissertations → Electronic Theses and Dissertations → View Item. Aerobic degradation of chlorinated ethenes by Mycobacterium strain JS60 in the presence of organic acids. Description: Aerobic degradation of chlorinated ethenes by Mycobacterium strain JS60 in the presence of organic acids.pdf. This study evaluated the potential of the aerobic Mycobacterium strain JS6O to grow on a variety of organic acid substrates, and the possible effects an organic acid would have on the degradation rate of vinyl chloride VC. Since acetate and VC are often found together in contaminated chlorinated ethene plumes, this makes a strong case for natural attenuation of VC by strain JS6O. A series of kinetic tests were implemented to determine the K and k of strain JS6O for ethylene, VC, and c-DCE. 2002, supporting the maintenance of a pur...
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*  Microbial biodegradation
... In environmental microbiology, genome -based global studies are increasing the understanding of metabolic and regulatory networks, as well as providing new information on the evolution of degradation pathways and molecular adaptation strategies to changing environmental conditions. Aerobic biodegradation of pollutants Anaerobic biodegradation of pollutants Bioavailability, chemotaxis, and transport of pollutants Oil biodegradation Cholesterol biodegradation Analysis of waste biotreatment Metabolic engineering and biocatalytic applications Fungal biodegradation See also References. Aerobic biodegradation of pollutants. The increasing amount of bacterial genomic data provides new opportunities for understanding the genetic and molecular bases of the degradation of organic pollutant s. strain RHA1, two of the largest bacterial genomes completely sequenced to date. These studies have helped expand our understanding of bacterial catabolism, non-catabolic physiological adaptation to organic compound s, and the...
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*  Eureka - Kinetics of the aerobic biological degradation ...
... Register Log in. Kinetics of the aerobic biological degradation of shredded municipal solid waste in liquid phase. Ewa Liwarska-Bizukojc. 12. 10. 0 contributors: Marcin Bizukojc, Stanislaw Ledakowicz. Marcin Bizukojc. 9 16. 0 Stanislaw Ledakowicz. 27. 21. 0 show all 3 Abstract:. Evaluations. Nobody evaluated this document yet. Login to evaluate. The organic fraction of municipal solid waste OFMSW should be utilised by means of biological methods. The biodegradation of solid wastes can be intensified owing to application of the bioreactors. Estimation of the optimum values of the organic load is one of the most important tasks for the aerobic biodegradation processes. The kinetic model of biological oxidation of the organic wastes has been presented in this paper. The experiments were carried out in batch 6-l working volume stirred tank bioreactors at constant temperature of 25 o C. Initial total solids have been at the levels of 15, 19, 34, 55 and 66gl - 1. The kinetics of microbial decomposition of orga...
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*  Biotreatment
... 'Biotreatment' is the processing of waste or hazardous substance using living organisms such as bacteria, fungi or protozoa. It is an environmentally friendly, relatively simple and cost-effective alternative to physico-chemical clean-up options. Oil Biodegradation Waste Biotreatment Ex-situ Bioremediation of Contaminated Soils References. Oil Biodegradation. Petroleum oil is toxic for most life forms and can cause pollution of the environment. Microbial biodegradation can be employed to degrade the oil. 1 Waste Biotreatment. Confined environments, such as bioreactors, have been engineered to overcome the physical, chemical and biological limiting factors of biotreatment processes in highly controlled systems. Several high-throughput techniques originally developed for medical studies can be applied to assess biotreatment in confined environments. 2 Ex-situ Bioremediation of Contaminated Soils. Although 'in-situ' bioremediation technologies for the treatment of contaminated soils are economically attract...
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*  Biological Degradation of Xenobiotics
... Biotech Articles. Category: Environmental-Biotechnology. These compounds are made by synthetic organic chemicals and are stranger to the biosphere. Xenobiotics include chemically synthesized compounds such as pesticides, pol.. These compounds are made by synthetic organic chemicals and are stranger to the biosphere. Recalcitrant toxic pesticides such as BHC, PCBs, and DDT are not easily biodegraded and their concentration goes on increasing in the soil and water with time. Biodegradation The term means transformation of a chemical compound from highly complicated form organic to simple inorganic form through biological means. Out of several chemical compounds synthesized by chemists, many have structural features and bonding similar to that of natural compounds, so can be biodegraded Biodegradation of aromatic compounds Sources of aromatic compounds in the environment include degradation of lignin in plants, use of detergents, pesticides, drugs and dyes etc. Biodegradation of pesticides In soil, herbicid...
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*  Bioremediation and Natural Attenuation: Process Fundamentals and Mathematical Models - Alvarez - Wil
... ey Online Library. Bioremediation and Natural Attenuation: Process Fundamentals and Mathematical Models. GET ACCESS. How to Get Online Access. Table of Contents. Bioremediation and Natural Attenuation: Process Fundamentals and Mathematical Models. Copyright 2006 John Wiley Sons, Inc. Quantification of the role of microbes in natural attenuation Biodegradation and chemical transformation principles Immobilization and phase change Biotransformation mechanisms Groundwater flow and contaminant transport Analytical models for contaminant transport and reaction processes Numerical modeling of contaminant transport, transformation, and degradation Detailed descriptions of fundamental processes, characterization approaches, and analytical and numerical methods tied to relevant real-world applications make Bioremediation and Natural Attenuation: Process Fundamentals and Mathematical Models both a timely course text in hydrogeology and environmental engineering and a valuable reference for anyone in the groundwater...
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*  Electron Donor Definition Page
All USGS. Electron Donor Definitions. Electron Donor - The compound that donates electrons and therefore is oxidized. In bioremediation the organic contaminant often serves as an electron donor. - National Research Council, 1993. Environmental Protection Agency, 2012. Electron Donor - Suitable electron donors such as organic compounds together with electron acceptors such as O 2, nitrate, ferric iron, sulfate, CO 2, or certain types of simple organic compounds are required for the generation of energy. The electron donor D loses n electrons and is oxidized: D=D n+ +ne -. Electron Acceptor. Natural Attenuation. Natural Attenuation. Biodegradation of Emerging Contaminants Fate of Landfill Leachate, Norman Municipal Landfill, Norman, Oklahoma Sewage Contamination in Sand and Gravel Aquifers, Cape Cod, Massachusetts Processes that Control the Natural Attenuation of Chlorinated Solvents. Processes Affecting the Natural Attenuation of Fuels in Groundwater. USGS National Research Program Biodegradation Related Proje...
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*  Selected Natural Attenuation Monitoring Data, Operable Unit 1, Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Divisi
... on Keyport, Washington, June 2006. Browse all of Pubs Warehouse by Publication type and year. Browse all of Pubs Warehouse by Publication type and year. Selected Natural Attenuation Monitoring Data, Operable Unit 1, Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Division Keyport, Washington, June 2006 Open-File Report 2007-1430 Prepared in cooperation with Department of the Navy, Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Northwest By:. Abstract Previous investigations have shown that natural attenuation and biodegradation of chlorinated volatile organic compounds VOCs are substantial in shallow ground water beneath the 9-acre former landfill at Operable Unit 1 OU 1, Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Division Keyport, Washington. Geological Survey USGS has continued to monitor ground-water geochemistry to assure that conditions remain favorable for contaminant biodegradation. This report presents ground-water geochemical and selected VOC data collected at OU 1 by the USGS during June 12-14, 2006, in support of long-term monitori...
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*  Oil spills bioremediation: microorganisms, facts, approaches at MetaMicrobe
 Oil spills bioremediation: microorganisms, facts, approaches at MetaMicrobe. MetaMicrobe.com/Petroleum microbiology/Bioremediation - Introduction. Back to all files http://www.MetaMicrobe.com To oil microbiology Petroleum microbiology. Bioremediation Introduction Monitoring oil components Monitoring oil degraders Factors of oil biodegradation Approaches to oil bioremediation Oil bioremediation bacteria Oil bioremediation fungi MetaMicrobe Apparel. Petroleum spill bioremediation. and spilled 201,000 m 3 53.1 million gallons of oil. A recent review lists 79 bacterial genera including 9 cyanobacterial genera, 103 fungal genera and 14 algal genera that are known to degrade or transform hydrocarbons Prince RC. Petroleum Microbiology, 2005. Here, we listed biodegrading bacterial genera and fungal genera that were confirmed by a publication found in PubMed database. Rates of biodegradation Crude oil biodegradation is studied in tree types of systems that differ by: 1 scale; 2 controllability of conditions; 3 homog...
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*  Analytical Methods for Monitoring Biodegradation Processes of Environmentally Degradable Polymers -
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... Title Direct Volatilization of Naphthalene at a Creosote-Contaminated Site with a Phytoremediation System. Keywords flux chamber Phytoremediation direct volatilization naphthalene. Factors that influence direct volatilization include the groundwater level, soil moisture, precipitation, pressure changes, temperature and humidity, the most important of which we found to be the groundwater level through its influence on naphthalene concentrations in the groundwater. As trees transpire and lower the groundwater table, concentrations in the uppermost portion of the groundwater increase, and under dry conditions, naphthalene fluxes from the soil are maximized. Column experiments were conducted to determine the importance of direct volatilization on biodegradation in the vadose zone. We hypothesize that the combined mechanisms of contaminant transfer to the vadose zone, followed by rapid biodegradation, speeds up remediation in contrast to biodegradation that occurs only in the saturated zone under high groundw...
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*  History and Ecology of Chloroethene Biodegradation-A Review
... USGS Home Contact USGS Search USGS. Science Features All USGS. History and Ecology of Chloroethene Biodegradation-A Review USGS scientists collecting data to assess the sustainability of the natural attenuation of a chlorinated-solvents plume at an old dry-cleaning facility near Soldonta, Alaska U.S. Bradley has written a review of the scientific community s current understanding of biodegradation of chloroethenes such as the common industrial solvents perchloroethene PCE and trichloroethene TCE. The biodegradation of chloroethene compounds has been investigated extensively since these compounds were first identified in the late 1970s as common contaminants in ground water at hazardous-waste sites. Today, biodegradation is viewed as an essential component of remediation of chloroethene plumes, and several microbial mechanisms for biodegradation of chloroethenes have been identified. The USGS Toxic Substances Hydrology Program has had a key role in developing the scientific community s understanding of th...
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*  Biodegradation
... ( Image:Slime.mold.jpg ) {{Quote box |title = IUPAC definition |quote = ''Degradation'' caused by enzymatic process resulting from the action of cells. ''Note'': Modified to exclude ''abiotic enzymatic'' processes. ( 1 ) }} '''Biodegradation''' is the chemical dissolution of materials by bacteria, fungi, or other biological means. Although often conflated, biodegradable is distinct in meaning from compostable. While biodegradable simply means to be consumed by microorganism, "compostable" makes the specific demand that the object break down under composting conditions. The term is often used in relation to ecology, waste management, biomedicine, and the natural environment ( bioremediation ) and is now commonly associated with environmentally friendly products that are capable of decomposing back into natural elements. Organic material can be degraded aerobically with oxygen , or anaerobically , without oxygen. Biosurfactant , an extracellular surfactant secreted by microorganisms, enhances the biodegrad...
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*  ARS Project: Utilizing Sustainable Remediation Technologies to Reduce Bioavailability and Transport
... of Chlorinated Organic Compounds 420133 Hydrology and Remote Sensing Laboratory : Research. ARS Home. About ARS. ARS Research. Research Projects. ARS Careers. Careers at ARS Info. Site Map. You are here: Northeast Area Home / Hydrology and Remote Sensing Laboratory / Research / Research Project #420133. Related National Programs Climate Change, Soils, and Emissions 212. Research Sites. Research Project: Utilizing Sustainable Remediation Technologies to Reduce Bioavailability and Transport of Chlorinated Organic Compounds. Location: Hydrology and Remote Sensing Laboratory. Objective: Examine the use of recycled organic and inorganic materials in lower cost remediation approaches for sites contaminated with persistent organic pollutants. Approach: Research will focus on two contaminated sites at the Beltsville Agricultural Research Center. The first is an area contaminated with the chlorinated insecticides DDT and dieldrin from historical use. Bench scale pot studies will be carried out with representative...
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*  Practical Environmental Bioremediation: The Field Guide, Second Edition, 2nd Edition (Hardback) - Ro
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*  Microbial Incorporation of 13 C-Labeled Acetate at the Field Scale: Detection of Microbes Responsibl
Impact Factor: 5.33. To evaluate the microorganisms responsible for microbial uranium reduction during the experiment, 13C-labeled acetate was introduced into well bores via bio-traps containing porous activated carbon beads Bio-Sep. "Since the beads are sterile and free of biomarkers when deployed, incorporation of 13 C into PLFA provides proof of in situ biodegradation of a target compound by indigenous organisms under aquifer conditions. Demonstrating the In Situ Biodegradation Potential of Phenol Using Bio-Sep® Bio-Traps® and Stable Isotope Probing. ABSTRACT: The effect of phenol concentration on phenol biodegradation at an industrial site in the south of Wales, United Kingdom, was investigated using standard Bio-Sep® Bio-Traps® and Bio-Traps® coupled with stable isotope probing SIP. Despite the chemisorption of phenol to the Bio-Sep® beads, activated carbon stable isotope analysis showed incorporation of 13C into biomass and dissolved inorganic carbon DIC in each SIP Bio-Trap® indicating that chemisorbed...
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*  S-200 (bioremediation)
'S-200' is a bioremediation product used to clean up oil spill s. In the laboratory, considerable biodegradation to alkanes was seen over the course of treatment. 2 The effects of the product were studied on a beach affected by the spill] off the coast of Spain in 2002. A study concluded that it enhanced the biodegradation rate of specific compounds, but did not establish whether it had improved the visible aspect of the beach, detached stuck oil, or reduced weathered oil. Other compounds, such as uric acid and lecithin, may be more effective than S-200, but wash off in tidal areas or rain events and must be applied continuously. In 2006, other researchers summarized the findings of experiments on Prestige-affected coastal areas, concluding that oloephilic substances such as S-200 were of "limited effectiveness. In 2006, a field bioremediation assay was conducted by the Department of Microbiology, University of Barcelona on the use of S-200 ten months after the Prestige heavy fuel-oil spill on a beach of the ...
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*  ASTM D6006 - 11 Standard Guide for Assessing Biodegradability of Hydraulic Fluids
... Products and Services / Standards & Publications / Standards Products. This document is part of your ASTM Compass subscription. ASTM D6006 - 11 Standard Guide for Assessing Biodegradability of Hydraulic Fluids Active Standard ASTM D6006. PDF 6 $44.00   ADD TO CART. Hardcopy shipping and handling 6 $44.00   ADD TO CART. 12 $52.80   ADD TO CART. If any of the tests discussed in this guide gives a high result, it implies that the hydraulic fluid will biodegrade and will not persist in the environmental compartment being considered. Such testing may include, but is not limited to, other tests mentioned in this guide or simulation tests for a particular environmental compartment. Biodegradability is one of three characteristics which are assessed when judging the environmental impact of a hydraulic fluid. 1.2 Biodegradability may be considered by type of environmental compartment: aerobic fresh water, aerobic marine, aerobic soil, and anaerobic media. Test methods for aerobic fresh water, aerobic ...
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(1/2707) Evaluation of mycobacillin and versicolin as agricultural fungicides. II. Stability in soil.

The effect of paddy soils on mycobacillin and versicolin was investigated. Soil inactivated mycobacillin as determined by spectral analysis and microbiological assay. Soil can inactive mycobacillin only at or above the threshold concentration (125 approximately 130 mug per 10 mg of soil), the excess being unreacted. No new peak appears in the ultraviolet spectrum (240 approximately 300 nm) while mycobacillin is inactivated. Soil is without any effect on versicolin.  (+info)

(2/2707) Metabolism of threo-beta-methylmalate by a soil bacterium.

Studies on threo-beta-methylmalate metabolism in a soil bacterium of the genus Bacillus which can utilize threo-beta-methylmalate as a sole carbon source were carried out. When DL-threo-beta-methylmalate was incubated with a cell-free extract of the bacterium, citramalate was found to be formed. Similarly, formation of threo-beta-methylmalate from DL-citramalate was confirmed. These dicarbosylic acids were identified by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry. Examination of inducibility, substrate specificity, and cofactor requirement of the enzymes involved in the reactions showed the existence of two interconversion reactions between the threo-beta-methylmalate and citramalate. One was an interconversion reaction between L-threo-beta-methylmalate and L-citramalate via mesaconate and the other was an interconversion reaction between D-threo-beta-methylmalate and D-citramalate via citraconate. These reactions were both reversible and were catalyzed by distinct and inducible enzymes. It is suggested that the two reactions participate in the catabolism of threo-beta-methylmalate.  (+info)

(3/2707) Nematode intestinal parasites of children in rural Guinea, Africa: prevalence and relationship to geophagia.

BACKGROUND: Intestinal parasitism is common among children in developing countries, but the risk factors for infection are not well characterized. METHODS: A stool examination was performed on 286 randomly selected children aged 1-18 years from three rural villages in Guinea, Africa. Information collected by questionnaire was used to examine the relationship between geophagia and infection with intestinal nematodes acquired by ingestion versus skin penetration. RESULTS: Fifty-three per cent of children were infected by at least one type of soil-transmitted nematode. Geophagia was reported by parents to occur in 57%, 53%, and 43%, of children ages 1-5, 6-10, and 11-18 years, respectively. The pattern of geophagia by age and gender of the children more closely resembled the infection pattern for the two orally acquired and soil-transmitted nematodes (Ascaris lumbricoides, Trichuris trichiura) than it did the infection pattern for the two soil-transmitted nematodes that infect by skin penetration (hookworm, Strongyloides stercoralis). CONCLUSIONS: These findings demonstrate that geophagia is an important risk factor for orally acquired nematode infections in African children. Education regarding geophagia prevention should be an integral component of any soil-transmitted parasite control programme.  (+info)

(4/2707) Towards a kala azar risk map for Sudan: mapping the potential distribution of Phlebotomus orientalis using digital data of environmental variables.

The need to define the geographical distribution of Phlebotomus orientalis results from its importance as the dominant vector of kala azar (visceral Iceishmaniasis) in Sudan. Recent epidermics of this disease in southern and eastern Sudan caused an estimated 100000 deaths and have renewed the impetus for defining the ecological boundaries of the vector. This information is an essential prerequisite to the production of a risk map for kala azar. This study uses data on the presence and absence of P. orientalis from 44 collecting sites across the central belt of Sudan. A logistic regression model was used to estimate the probability of the presence of P. orientalis at each collecting site as a function of climatic and environmental variables (rainfall; temperature; altitude; soil type and the satellite-derived environmental proxies - Normalized Difference Vegetation Index and Land Surface Temperature). The logistic regression model indicates mean annual maximum daily temperature and soil type as the most important ecological determinants of P. orientalis distribution. An initial risk map was created in a raster-based geographical information system which delineates the area where P. orientalis may occur. This map was then refined using a mask layer indicating the known rainfall-based boundaries of the distribution of Acacia-Balanites woodland - a woodland type known to be associated with the distribution of this vector. The predictive performance of the risk map is discussed.  (+info)

(5/2707) Use of a sentinel system for field measurements of Cryptosporidium parvum oocyst inactivation in soil and animal waste.

A small-volume sentinel chamber was developed to assess the effects of environmental stresses on survival of sucrose-Percoll-purified Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts in soil and animal wastes. Chambers were tested for their ability to equilibrate with external chemical and moisture conditions. Sentinel oocysts were then exposed to stresses of the external environment that affected their viability (potential infectivity), as indicated by results of a dye permeability assay. Preliminary laboratory experiments indicated that temperatures between 35 and 50 degrees C and decreases in soil water potential (-0.003 to -3.20 MPa) increased oocyst inactivation rates. The effects of two common animal waste management practices on oocyst survival were investigated on three dairy farms in Delaware County, N.Y., within the New York City watershed: (i) piling wastes from dairy youngstock (including neonatal calves) and (ii) spreading wastes as a soil amendment on an agricultural field. Sentinel containers filled with air-dried and sieved (2-mm mesh) youngstock waste or field soil were wetted and inoculated with 2 million oocysts in an aqueous suspension and then placed in waste piles on two different farms and in soil within a cropped field on one farm. Controls consisted of purified oocysts in either phosphate-buffered saline or distilled water contained in sealed microcentrifuge tubes. Two microdata loggers recorded the ambient temperature at each field site. Sentinel experiments were conducted during the fall and winter (1996 to 1997) and winter (1998). Sentinel containers and controls were removed at 2- to 4-week intervals, and oocysts were extracted and tested by the dye permeability assay. The proportions of potentially infective oocysts exposed to the soil and waste pile material decreased more rapidly than their counterpart controls exposed to buffer or water, indicating that factors other than temperature affected oocyst inactivation in the waste piles and soil. The effect of soil freeze-thaw cycles was evident in the large proportion of empty sentinel oocysts. The potentially infective sentinel oocysts were reduced to <1% while the proportions in controls did not decrease below 50% potentially infective during the first field experiment. Microscopic observations of empty oocyst fragments indicated that abrasive effects of soil particles were a factor in oocyst inactivation. A similar pattern was observed in a second field experiment at the same site.  (+info)

(6/2707) The growth of demand will limit output growth for food over the next quarter century.

The rate of growth of world food demand will be much slower for 1990-2010 than it was for the prior three decades. The major factor determining the increase in food demand is population growth. Income growth has a much smaller effect. From 1960 to 1990, population growth accounted for approximately three fourths of the growth in demand or use of grain. For 1990-2010, it is anticipated that population growth will account for nearly all of the increase in world demand for grain. The rate of population growth from 1990 to 2020 is projected to be at an annual rate of 1.3% compared with 1.9% for 1960 to 1990-a decline of more than 30%. World per capita use of grain will increase very little-perhaps by 4%. The increase in grain use is projected to be 40% less than in 1960-1990. It is anticipated that real grain prices will decline during the period, although not nearly as much as the 40% decline in the previous three decades. Concern has been expressed concerning the deterioration of the quality and productivity of the world's farmland. A study for China and Indonesia indicates that there has been no significant change in the productive capacity of the land over the past 50 years. Contrary to numerous claims, the depth of the topsoil has not changed, indicating that erosion has had little or no impact.  (+info)

(7/2707) Ecological intensification of cereal production systems: yield potential, soil quality, and precision agriculture.

Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.), rice (Oryza sativa L.), and maize (Zea mays L.) provide about two-thirds of all energy in human diets, and four major cropping systems in which these cereals are grown represent the foundation of human food supply. Yield per unit time and land has increased markedly during the past 30 years in these systems, a result of intensified crop management involving improved germplasm, greater inputs of fertilizer, production of two or more crops per year on the same piece of land, and irrigation. Meeting future food demand while minimizing expansion of cultivated area primarily will depend on continued intensification of these same four systems. The manner in which further intensification is achieved, however, will differ markedly from the past because the exploitable gap between average farm yields and genetic yield potential is closing. At present, the rate of increase in yield potential is much less than the expected increase in demand. Hence, average farm yields must reach 70-80% of the yield potential ceiling within 30 years in each of these major cereal systems. Achieving consistent production at these high levels without causing environmental damage requires improvements in soil quality and precise management of all production factors in time and space. The scope of the scientific challenge related to these objectives is discussed. It is concluded that major scientific breakthroughs must occur in basic plant physiology, ecophysiology, agroecology, and soil science to achieve the ecological intensification that is needed to meet the expected increase in food demand.  (+info)

(8/2707) Use of plant roots for phytoremediation and molecular farming.

Alternative agriculture, which expands the uses of plants well beyond food and fiber, is beginning to change plant biology. Two plant-based biotechnologies were recently developed that take advantage of the ability of plant roots to absorb or secrete various substances. They are (i) phytoextraction, the use of plants to remove pollutants from the environment and (ii) rhizosecretion, a subset of molecular farming, designed to produce and secrete valuable natural products and recombinant proteins from roots. Here we discuss recent advances in these technologies and assess their potential in soil remediation, drug discovery, and molecular farming.  (+info)


What kinds of ways have been developed to grow food, other than using soil in the ground?


What kinds of ways have been developed to grow food, other than using soil in the ground? Are there other substances in which food can grow? Are there methods that harm the environment less than traditional growing methods? How do these new methods work? Are they more or less efficient than growing food in soil?
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Rather than growing plants in soil, you can grow them in a liquid medium, typically water with added minerals. The term for this is hydroponics. It has been suggested that hydroponics might be used in space facilities both to grow food as well as replenish the oxygen in the air/remove carbon dioxide.


Do Vegans only eat plant foods grown in soil made from other dead plants?


We all know that most dirt is made up of previously living animals, plants and insects. So, if grown in soil that consists of dead animals and insects, it absorbs nutrients from them, so therefore the plant food is not entirely vegan.

Also, with genetically modified foods, how do most Vegans differentiate? There are some GMO foods that are being spliced with animal genes, like frogs into potatoes for example...
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Most dirt is actually made up of, surprisingly enough, *dirt* (soil, earth, dust, clay, etc.) which is mainly derived from mineral sources (rocks, alluvium, lava, meteorites, etc.) - throw in a few elements from the atmosphere, such as nitrogen, hydrogen and oxygen, and there you have it. You can buy top-soil to grow things in, which is a mixture of mineral and plant matter. You can get hold of fertiliser made of different things - some synthetic, some from seaweed (the kind I always use), some from fish, some from slaughter byproducts ("blood & bone") and some coming out from the rear-ends of certain animals (cow manure, sheep manure, chicken manure, superphosphates aka guano, etc.). You can also buy or make your own compost (which I also do), from leaves, fruit and vegetable peelings, shredded paper, lawn clippings, wood ash, etc., and let it all rot before adding it to the soil, but generally you don't put any animal remains in the compost, unless you really want to attract some unwanted pests. There's not much anyone can do about the insects dying and going into the soil, unless you can set up some kind of insect exclusion zone around your garden. You have to realise a very important point - vegans are not and cannot ever be "perfect" and we vegans *know* that already - the main point of veganism is trying your best (as far as is humanly possible, in other words) to avoid directly contributing to the death, mistreatment and exploitation of animals. So, I try my best to ensure that the plants I grow are not "absorbing nutrients" from animal sources, but of course some will inevitably slip in. My dog, the neighbours' cats, and numerous birds use my garden as their own personal toilet, for instance.

The GMO thing? Just one of the many reasons why I don't buy Franken-foods, and actively discourage other people from buying them.

EDIT: An On, my dad (non-vegetarian) tried growing some plants hydroponically a few decades ago, but they didn't turn out too well, and after a while they started growing mutatedly, so he gave up on it. Tomatoes need real soil!


Can you eat plants that are grown in meat rich soil, like mushrooms?


Imagine you are eating "plant- products" which may have been grown with meat murdered soil would you be vegan?

I was on a dairy farm that also grew corn, wheat, spinach and lots of other vegetables. When a calf, cow, horse or other animal died or was killed because it would cost to much to make it well again, the farmer would take it out on his John Deere into the field and let it rot. 

That field is where the veggies are grown.
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Just to make sure you didn't miss my answer to the same question!

Were you abused by a vegan or something? Are you harassed daily by someone who is a vegan? Do you feel better about yourself by asking these kinds of inane questions? Has the thought even crossed your mind that people are vegans for health concerns? Do you use all your "top contributor" points to ask vegans stuff like this?

Those are just a few questions I have for YOU.

And I live smack in the middle of farm country, Ohio, some of my best friends being farmers, and I highly doubt they would take a cow out to the middle of a field and let it rot.  I did a little looking up to see if that is commonplace.  Even though the article is not about letting a cow rot in a field, it contains this blurb:

"There is little concern the problem will spread to the United States, because the drug is not approved for use in cattle here and ranchers generally don't leave carcasses to rot in the field."


How can i stop eating soil, mud and wall plaster?


Yes i know its a weird question, but recently ive been craving soil, and ive been sucking on stones ive picked from the garden and making unconspicuous holes in walls in my house to eat wall plaster. How can I control myself eating soil? I know eating soil is quite dangerous as there could be cat faeces in the soil and cause toxoplasmosis - can anyone help? My cravings have been VERY strong.
Wow, this is so interesting as I ran out of my prenatal vitamins 2 wks ago and havent gotten around to buying more yet, and the cravings started around that time.....so interesting.
Ok, after googling this I have decided I'm going out to buy my vitamins right now. Im so stupid for stopping taking them.
Oh and I am 33 wks pregnant.
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no way !!

any good ?


why does boiled rhubarb smell like soil?


someone made this really nice boiled rhubarb and it looked delicious but when i smelt it it smelt like soil! does anyone know why? is it because of chemical reactions? or was is just the rhubarb we used? or is there a special technique to take away that smell?
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special technique  is to wash it lol. it shouldnt smell that way mmmmmm rhubarb...keeps ye regular as hell paaaarp


What leggings to wear with a Soil Brown colored dress?


So, there's this party coming up, and I have been planning my outfit. And this party has alot of games, and they pick who will join, since the required clothing for girls is a dress or skirt, I chose my Soil Brown colored dress to wear, though, it might not be good for games, so I need leggings, what colored leegings will be nice? I am also wearing a gold colored belt, and metallic bronze shoes.
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I think deep chocolate colour will be perfect.


Is garlic a vegetable that grows under the soil?


I know its green part grows over the soil,but what about its main part,the one containing garlic as we use it into feeding?
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Grows underground - sort of like an onion


Concerning arsenic as a contaminant in rice: As arsenic comes from the soil, is it even in "organic" rice?


Arsenic is abound in rice, because it contaminates it from in the soil. My question is if it's still in certified organic rice, since it's a soil contaminant, or if rice grown organic is tested to ensure low or zero levels of arsenic. So?
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Your exposure to arsenic in rice is extremely limited, and should not be a concern to ordinary people. If you are in the USA or Canada, you have no need to worry about  arsenic in rice. If you are in China or India or in Southeast Asia, that is a  different matter.

Regards,
Dan