Richard A. Peterson II, DVM, PhD, Diplomate ACVP; GlaxoSmithKline, Safety Assessment, RTP, USA. The use and translation of animal models of human disease requires a strong understanding of the anatomy, physiology and pathobiology of each specific model. This presentation will provide an overview highlighting key species differences in the liver, gastrointestinal tract, kidney, reproductive tract, central nervous system, and skin of commonly utilized laboratory animal models including: rodents, genetically-engineered mice, beagle dogs, non-human primates, and the mini-pig; using an organ system approach. A step-wise correlation of gross anatomic, light microscopic (H&E), and ultrastructural morphology will give the attendees an appreciation of the biological complexity as species-related systemic differences are characterized. The presentation will conclude with a discussion on commonly encountered spontaneous "background" lesions in key laboratory animal species (e.g., chronic progressive ...
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Gold nanostructures can undergo plasmonic behavior without need of light couplers like in traditional surface plasmon resonance (SPR) systems. This effect, known as LSPR (localized SPR), can be exploited to develop optical biosensors in simple configuration. In this paper, an LSPR system based on gold lines nanopattern as transducer has been developed by using a common laboratory spectrophotometer as reader and an adapted flow cell. This novel system was applied to anti-immunoglobulin G (IgG) detection, as proof of concept. For this purpose, the transducer surface was covalently biofunctionalized with IgG and incubated with increasing concentrations of anti-IgG. The response was determined by measuring changes in light transmission spectra (¿¿, in nanometers). Contrary to other reported nanopatterns, biosensor features as repeatability, regeneration, and detectability have been deeply studied. Results indicate that the system can act as a robust and regenerable biosensor with a limit of ...
Hi all! : ). I believe this reaches the mitohormesis effect of NRF2 translocating to the nucleus and activating SIRT1/DAF-16/Foxo3a (just like in CR) and ARE/EpRE Phase II detoxification enzymes. Some low-to-mild ROS stress can be good and act as hormesis signal by ROS signal (hormesis activating antioxidative enzymes in compensation to ROS oxidative still-healthy dosed mild-stress). It is one reason why exercice increases ROS production, paradoxically, but improves health through NRF2 redox master switch that, upon increased stress translocates and, activates hundred of antioxidative enzymes (Antioxidative Response Element (ARE) and Electrophile Response Element (EpRE)).. Still, as mentioned, this is not viable for extreme MLSP. Increased mitoROS production will eventually tip the balance towards oxidative stress and an increased oxidized Redox milieu (mitochondrial glutathione, cellular glutathione, cytosolic, nuclear, extracellular glutathione and total glutathione pool will become ...
The Benchmark BioClave Mini™ and the BioCLave 16™ compact bench-top autoclaves provide good solutions for routine work such as sterilizing liquids, media, instruments, glassware, plasticware and other common laboratory items. They each include a mechanical and electrical safety interlock that prevents the door from being opened until the pressure has reaches zero PSI. With large digital display and fully automatic operation, all segments of the sterilization cycle (fill, sterilize, exhaust and dry) commence and run to completion by simply pressing a start button. The 16 liter BioClave 16 research autoclave oven offers three cycle options (standard programs), which are preset for the sterilization of liquids, wrapped instruments or unwrapped instruments and plasticware. A fourth option
Historic Histology== Kölliker, A. [https://archive.org/details/b24757275_0001/page/n4 Manual of human histology] (1853) London : Sydenham Society. English Translation Kölliker, A. [https://archive.org/details/manualofhumanhis02kl/page/n5 Manual of human histology] (1853) Busk, George, 1807-1886, Huxley, Thomas Henry, 1825-1895, Morel C. and Van Buren WH. [https://archive.org/details/compendiumofhuma00morerich/page/n8 Compendium of human histology] (1861) Stricker S. [https://archive.org/details/cu31924091024657/page/n10 Manual of human and comparative histology] (1870) Young BA. [https://archive.org/details/atlashumanhisto00youngoog/page/n9 Atlas of human histology] (1897) {{Ref-Arey1917}} Hill C. [https://archive.org/details/amanualnormalhi01hillgoog/page/n5 A manual of normal histology and organography] (1937) ==Original Anatomy teaching slide set== (revised 21.01.1999) [[File:UNSW Histology Slide Set by tissue.pdf]] , [[File:UNSW_Histology_Slide_Set_by_number.pdf]] ==Old Virtual Slide ...
The multiple sections of long bone that were evaluated reveal in all cases less of the osteoid formation than that which is associated with the head. The lesions within the cranium reveal areas of mature osteoid formation that is unassociated with any osteoclastic activity. There is a fibrous interwoven matrix that is calcifying and there is replacement of the medullary cavity by this fibrosing reaction. The lesions within the long bones tend to be more subtle and involve not the metaphysis of the bone but the diaphyseal shaft. In these areas again the formation of osteoid tissue is striking. Osteoclastic activity can still be found within the long bones. At the metaphysis there is adequate bone marrow production and along these regions focal osteoclasts are noted to be present. Of interest within the cranial bones the sinusoids are still intact however the bone surrounding them is dense and almost lacks a total woven pattern that one would expect to see within the bones of the head. This ...
Primary (A, B, C) and secondary (D) multilobular tumour of bone. Note the dominant presence of multiple lobules containing osteoid tissue (C: left) or cartilage
The vagus nerve is the longest cranial nerve. It contains motor and sensory fibers and, because it passes through the neck and thorax to the abdomen, has the widest distribution in the body.
Comprehensive knowledge of anatomy forms the basis for understanding and treatment of neurological disease. Intracranial arteries are involved in many neurologic disorders.
The ureters are paired muscular ducts with narrow lumina that carry urine from the kidneys to the bladder. An understanding of the anatomic relations of the ureters is critical to the practice of urology, as well as to the disciplines of gynecologic, vascular, and general surgery.
The component parts of the wall of the urinary bladder are shown at low power. The innermost layer, the mucosa, consists of transitional epithelium, underlaid by a prominent lamina propria. The folds in the mucosa are seen in three dimension to be extensive longitudinal ridges and represent one means by which the bladder wall accommodates to distention. The thickness of the epithelium is also reduced upon stretching, as is the height of the luminal epithelial cells (dome, or umbrella cells, see Plate 24 for details of the epithelium). Thus, the overall topography of sections of the bladder will always depend upon the state of distention and turgidity of the organ at the time of fixation. The muscular layer of the bladder is generally recognized as consisting of three layers: (1) inner longitudinal, (2) middle circular or spiral; and (3) outer longitudinal. The definition of these as discrete layers is rendered difficult by the intertwining of muscle bundles and fascicles from adjacent layers, ...
This plate is at higher magnification than the preceding one. This permits easier location and identification of various cell types that populate the pituitary gland. One may find three cell types grouped under two headings: (1) chromophils, which include eosinophils (two types in this preparation) and basophils, and (2) chromophobes. it must be remembered that empirical histological methods cannot differentiate precisely cell types. This can now be done by immunocytochernistry, but this method effaces other structural detail; therefore, several methods are usually required. Students interested in the complexities of cell typing should consult recent original investigative references. Nevertheless, one can locate populations of cells whose functions can be ascribed because they bear consistent staining characteristics. Eosinophils are of two types and are known to secrete growth hormone (somatotropin) and prolactin. Both cells are stainable with orange G, but not with the periodic acid-Schiff ...
The fenestrations prevent filtration of blood cells or large proteins, but allow most other constituents through. These substances cross readily if they are less than 4 nm in size and most pass freely up to 8 nm in size. An additional factor affecting the ability of substances to cross this barrier is their electric charge. The proteins associated with these pores are negatively charged, so they tend to repel negatively charged substances and allow positively charged substances to pass more readily. The basement membrane prevents filtration of medium-to-large proteins such as globulins. There are also mesangial cells in the filtration membrane that can contract to help regulate the rate of filtration of the glomerulus. Overall, filtration is regulated by fenestrations in capillary endothelial cells, podocytes with filtration slits, membrane charge, and the basement membrane between capillary cells. The result is the creation of a filtrate that does not contain cells or large proteins, and has a ...
Page 83 - It should set into a stiff mass when cold ; how stiff will best be learned by experience. The tissue to be cut is transferred from water to the melted jelly, and should remain in it till well permeated. It is then placed on the piston of a Rutherfords microtome ; the well should not be filled ; for adherence, it is sufficient to roughen the surface of the piston with a file. No more jelly should be used than is sufficient to surround the specimen ; if too much has been added it may be removed,... ...
రంగారెడ్డి: మైలార్‌దేవ్‌పల్లిలో కింగ్స్‌ కాలనీలో ముస్తఫా అనే వ్యక్తిపై దుండగుల కాల్పులు,కడప: జగన్ సీఎం అయితే తన ఆస్తులు పెరుగుతాయి..చంద్రబాబు సీఎంగా ఉంటే ప్రజల ఆస్తులు పెరుగుతాయి: మంత్రి సోమిరెడ్డి,సిరిసిల్ల: అన్ని గ్రామాల్లో కేసీఆర్ గ్రామీణ ప్రగతి ప్రాంగణాలు నిర్మిస్తాం: మంత్రి కేటీఆర్,హైదరాబాద్: బంజారాహిల్స్ పోలీస్‌ స్టేషన్‌లో యూసుఫ్‌గూడ కార్పొరేటర్ తమ్ముడిపై కేసు ...
రంగారెడ్డి: మైలార్‌దేవ్‌పల్లిలో కింగ్స్‌ కాలనీలో ముస్తఫా అనే వ్యక్తిపై దుండగుల కాల్పులు,కడప: జగన్ సీఎం అయితే తన ఆస్తులు పెరుగుతాయి..చంద్రబాబు సీఎంగా ఉంటే ప్రజల ఆస్తులు పెరుగుతాయి: మంత్రి సోమిరెడ్డి,సిరిసిల్ల: అన్ని గ్రామాల్లో కేసీఆర్ గ్రామీణ ప్రగతి ప్రాంగణాలు నిర్మిస్తాం: మంత్రి కేటీఆర్,హైదరాబాద్: బంజారాహిల్స్ పోలీస్‌ స్టేషన్‌లో యూసుఫ్‌గూడ కార్పొరేటర్ తమ్ముడిపై కేసు ...
The Graduate Program in Animal Sciences aims to train students who are able to function in a variety of sophisticated academic, industrial and professional settings. Students enroll in a Masters or Doctoral program under the direction of faculty advisors. Research work in the broad areas of nutrition and management, reproductive and lactational physiology, genetics, and nutritional/anaerobic microbiology may be conducted with beef cattle, dairy cattle, horses, poultry, sheep, swine or laboratory species either individually or in suitable combinations. Students with interests in foods may specialize in meats, dairy products, food microbiology, muscle biology, or food chemistry.. ...
the specialty of exotic pet mammal medicine and surgery has become more mainstream in veterinary practice, and, as a matter of fact, has become an integral component of most small animal clinical practices. The knowledge base has expanded tremendously as interest in small mammals has prompted research in these animals not as just as laboratory species, but as companion animals. As information about these species has become much more accessible via Internet websites and chat groups, the public has increasingly recognized that these species are valued as pets and deserving of high quality veterinary care. Many pet owners look beyond the financial value of these animals and expect state of the art veterinary care at the same level as that given to dogs and cats...we therefore must be able to provide a high level of medical and surgical care, based on a solid knowledge base, for these pets ...
This is a list of some qualitative laboratory tests that can be used to identify unknowns in lab. These are simple tests leading to the identification of a few anions and cations and some common gases. Also included here is flame test information for selected cations. ...
A bottle of wine contains 13.1% ethanol by volume. The density of ethanol (C2H5OH) is 0.789 g/cm3. Calculate the concentration of ethanol in wine in terms of mass percent and molality. i dont know how to get molality. please help ...
Anatomy is the identification and description of the structures of living things. Anatomy can be divided into versatile areas such as gross/topographical/macroscopic anatomy and microscopic anatomy.
PAPER - I SECTION A 1. Attempt any three of the following in about 200 words for each: (a) Describe microscopic anatomy and fine structure of NEPHRON. Add a note on its applied anatomy. (20) (b) Discuss boundaries and contents of superficial and deep perineal spaces (pouches). Add a note on their applied Anatomy. (20)…
This is a presentation on histology, the study of the microscopic anatomy of cells and tissues. You must make at least 15 slides that provide your audience with information on the histology of two tissues, epithelium and.
A laboratory course designed to familiarize the student with the fundamental gross and histological organization of the brain. The mammalian brain will be dissected and its microscopic anatomy examined using standard slide sets. Comparative brain material will be introduced, where appropriate, to demonstrate basic structural-functional correlations ...
Lamina ventricularis aka Lamina ventricularis in the latin terminology and part of detailed microscopic anatomy of heart Learn more now!
As a contribution to the harmonisation of the care and use of animals in research, Norecopa and the Norwegian School of Veterinary Science have produced a number of video films and slide series illustrating basic procedures (handling, injection techniques and blood sampling) on common laboratory animal species. Two of the films (Anatomy of the rat & Anatomía de la rata) were produced by the University of Alcalá, Madrid.. Please note that some of the animals were sedated before they were filmed. This was done purely to make it easier to demonstrate the various stages of each technique.. Hen. Handling and blood ...
Common laboratory values: CBC, electrolytes, lipoproteins, albumin, wbc with differential etc, Unless noted, all values are for adults
Small programs, which can help in common laboratory calculations. Those calculations were automated that are really useful in laboratory work. Zbio.net
Scientists at the University of California, San Diego have developed a new method for making scaffolds for culturing tissue in three-dimensional arrangements that mimic those in the body. This advance, published online in the journal Advanced Materials, allows the production of tissue culture scaffolds containing multiple structurally and chemically distinct layers using common laboratory reagents and materials.. According to the UC San Diego researchers, this process is more affordable and widely feasible than previous methods that required expensive equipment and expertise.. The new approach is remarkably simple: solutions of the components of each layer, including polymers, are mixed with varying concentrations of a common inert reagent to control density. The solutions are layered so that the difference in density segregates each solution, and then polymerized so that they form a gel. The structure of each layer can be altered by varying the concentration of polymers, and the discreteness of ...
Citation: Cheng, H., Gustafson, L., Pajor, E.A., Mench, J.A. 2005. Comparative histology of duck bills following different bill trimming practices. Poultry Science Association Meeting Abstract. 84(1):82. Interpretive Summary: Technical Abstract: Various histological staining methods have been developed to examine trauma-induced pathological changes. Each method is chosen in a tissue-dependent manner. The aims of this study were to investigate trimming-induced bill morphological changes and to test suitable staining methods for detecting traumatic neuromas. One hundred ninety-two, one-day-old Pekin ducklings were randomly assigned into 12 floor pens (3.66 X 0.91 m). The pens were divided into three groups, i.e., control, hot blade trimmed with cautery (HT), and tip-seared (TS). Six bills were randomly collected from each group when the ducks were 3 and 6 wk of age, respectively. Following fixation and decalcification, the bills were embedded in paraffin wax, and sectioned longitudinally. ...
To test whether the BODIPY-PtdIns(3,4,5)P3‐induced polarizing pseudopod was based on the actin cytoskeleton, cytochalasin B, an actin polymerization inhibitor, was used. When pre‐treated with cytochalasin B (5 μg ml−1) before loading with BODIPY-PtdIns(3,4,5)P3, no polarizing pseudopodia formed. After cell morphological polarization was initiated, but before full retraction of PtdIns(3,4,5)P3 into the uropod (Fig. 3C), cytochalasin B caused withdrawal of the polarizing pseudopod (Fig. 3A) without an accompanying release of BODIPY-PtdIns(3,4,5)P3, which remained immobilized and polarized (Fig. 3Af). Thus, the formation of the polarizing pseudopod was dependent on actin polymerization, but the tethering PtdIns(3,4,5)P3 was not sensitive to cytochalasin B. This latter evidence might not rule out the cytoskeleton as the immobilization tether because, unlike F‐actin in pseudopodia, the cortical actin network is largely resistant to depolymerization by cytochalasins (Sheterline et al., 1986, ...
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This lab course provides an introduction to experimental approaches in neurobiology. Emphasis is on molecular, physiological and anatomical approaches for studying neuronal function. Students will learn how to introduce a single amino acid mutation within a neuronal receptor, make mutant DNA, mutant RNA and then study the function of the mutated receptor. Several other molecular biology techniques such as western blotting, RTPCR are also performed. The function of different neuronal receptors is studied through electrophysiology recording and fluorescent microscopy. Among the anatomical topics to be covered are gross and microscopic anatomy of nervous systems, axonal pathway tracing, and immunocytochemical localization of specific neuronal proteins. For data acquisition and data analysis, student will learn how to use software such as Pclamp and Image J.. Textbook: Students will need to purchase a lab manual, which is available at one of the bookstores.. Course Requirements:. Grades are based on ...
The sail of Dimetrodon is formed by elongated neural spines projecting from the vertebrae. Each spine varies in cross-sectional shape from its base to its tip in what is known as "dimetrodont" differentiation.[20] Near the vertebra body, the spine cross section is laterally compressed into a rectangular shape, and closer to the tip, it takes on a figure-eight shape as a groove runs along either side of the spine. The figure-eight shape is thought to reinforce the spine, preventing bending and fractures.[21] A cross section of the spine of one specimen of Dimetrodon giganhomogenes is rectangular in shape but preserves figure-eight shaped rings close to its center, indicating that the shape of spines may change as individuals age.[22] The microscopic anatomy of each spine varies from base to tip, indicating where it was embedded in the muscles of the back and where it was exposed as part of a sail. The lower or proximal portion of the spine has a rough surface that would have served as an ...
This course presents the basic principles of cytopathology applied to the cellular samples obtained through fine needle aspiration (FNA) from a variety of body sites where lesions can be identified by Radiological techniques. Gross and microscopic anatomy, physiology and pathology of these sites will be explored. Specimens from the Liver, Pancreas, Ovary, Kidney Adrenal Glands and Central Nervous System will be examined. The course will also include FNA of unusual lesions like: mediastinal lesions, bone and soft tissue lesions and pediatric tumors. Benign, reactive and infectious conditions will be discussed. Infectious organisms and the cellular changes they produce will be identified. Atypical and malignant conditions and their cellular appearance will be explored. Cellular changes induced by therapies and environmental entities will be discussed and their role in rendering a final diagnosis will be recognized. In the laboratory students will learn in an experiential setting by examining both ...
Introduction to the eukaryotic animal parasites, including their phylogeny, morphology, ultrastructure, physiology, life history, ecology, medical and veterinary importance; laboratory emphasis on macro- and microscopic anatomy, standard identification techniques and the preparation of reference slides ...
This lab course provides an introduction to experimental approaches in neurobiology. Emphasis is on molecular, anatomical, and physiological approaches for studying neuronal function. Among the molecular topics to be covered are analysis of cDNA clones, PCR amplification of DNA and expression of genes in foreign tissues. Among the anatomical topics to be covered are gross and microscopic anatomy of nervous systems, axonal pathway tracing, and immunocytochemical localization of specific neuronal proteins. Among the physiological topics to be covered are intracellular, extracellular and patch clamp recording, as well as the use of computers in the acquisition and analysis of data. This course is intended for students who plan to engage in research in neurobiology.. Textbook: Coursepack. ...
Synonyms for cellular biology in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for cellular biology. 6 words related to cytology: stainability, biological science, biology, microscopic anatomy, cytogenetics, fix. What are synonyms for cellular biology?
Several steps are required to create a comprehensive cardiovascular disease risk assessment. First, a documentation of your history (i.e. age, family history, smoking status, etc.) is performed followed by a physical examination (BMI, waist measurement). Next, laboratory tests such as fasting plasma glucose, creatinine, and fasting lipid profile are performed. The latter blood test produces total cholesterol, HDL, LDL, and triglycerides measurements.Additional tests may include an exercise stress test (EST), imagining techniques like computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). To quantify total risk, healthcare providers may use the North American Framingham Risk Score (FRS) or European SCORE Risk Charts to account for effects like metabolic syndrome. Recently providers have been incorporating techniques that quantify endothelial dysfunction (EDF) as well. Table 2 below summarizes common laboratory tests that do not involve getting your blood drawn.. ...
Emory University biophysicists have experimentally demonstrated, for the fist time, how the nonspecific binding of a protein known as the lambda repressor, or C1 protein, bends DNA and helps it close a loop that switches off virulence. The researchers also captured the first measurements of that compaction.. Their results, published in Physical Review E, support the idea that nonspecific binding is not so random after all, and plays a critical role in whether a pathogen remains dormant or turns virulent.. "Our findings are the first direct and quantitative determination of non-specific binding and compaction of DNA," says Laura Finzi, an Emory professor of biophysics whose lab led the study. "The data are relevant for the understanding of DNA physiology, and the dynamic characteristics of an on-off switch for the expression of genes.". C1 is the repressor protein of the lambda bacteriophage, a virus that infects the bacterial species E. coli, and a common laboratory model for the study of gene ...
Watkins Star Line B (WSB) was derived from wild mice trapped in Eastern Shore, Maryland. Wild-derived mice are genetically distinct from common laboratory mice for a number of complex phenotypic characteristics and are valuable tools for genetic mapping, evolution and systematics research.
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The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to human anatomy: Human anatomy - scientific study of the morphology of the adult human. It is subdivided into gross anatomy and microscopic anatomy. Gross anatomy (also called topographical anatomy, regional anatomy, or anthropotomy) is the study of anatomical structures that can be seen by unaided vision. Microscopic anatomy is the study of minute anatomical structures assisted with microscopes, and includes histology (the study of the organization of tissues), and cytology (the study of cells). Human body Anatomy Gross anatomy Microscopic anatomy Cytology Histology The following list of human anatomical structures is based on the Terminologia Anatomica, the international standard for anatomical nomenclature. While the order is standardized, the hierarchical relationships in the TA are somewhat vague, and thus are open to interpretation. Parts of human body Head Ear Face Eye Cheek Nose Mouth Chin Neck Trunk Thorax Abdomen ...
OSTEOID TISSUE. 425. of them continued into the layers of the periosteum. As little as the periosteum is unorganized, so little are the thickened layers without organization. Microscopical examination shews at the surface of the bone a slightly striated basis-substance, and in it, numerous, small, cellular elements; the farther we recede from the bone, the more do divisions of cells occur, and at last we meet with the simple, very small connective-tissue-corpuscles of the periosteum. The division follows the same course as in cartilage, only that the dividing cells of the periosteum are very delicate. The greater the irritation, the greater also the proliferation, and the more considerable the swelling of the growing spot.. The cells which thus result from the proliferation of the periosteal corpuscles are converted into bone-corpuscles exactly in the way I described when speaking of the marrow. In the neighbourhood of the surface of the bone the intercellular substance grows dense and becomes ...
Millions of laboratory animals are killed each year worldwide. There is an ethical, and in many countries also a legal, imperative to ensure those deaths cause minimal suffering. However, there is a lack of consensus regarding what methods of killing are humane for many species and stages of development. In 2013, an international group of researchers and stakeholders met at Newcastle University, United Kingdom to discuss the latest research and which methods could currently be considered most humane for the most commonly used laboratory species (mice, rats and zebrafish). They also discussed factors to consider when making decisions about appropriate techniques for particular species and projects, and priorities for further research. This report summarises the research findings and discussions, with recommendations to help inform good practice for humane killing.
21/12/2016 · Salicylate Toxicity Workup. Monitor and maintain an alkaline urine pH every 2 hours Consider an abdominal radiograph if an aspirin concretion is Recommended Lab Monitoring for Common Medications · PDF fileRecommended Lab Monitoring for Common Medications • Routinely monitor renal function and electrolytes when used with aliskiren ( Tekturna [U.S.], Laboratory Methods for Evaluating Effectiveness of Anti Lab Tests Blog . A source for all lab professionals. aspirin; the theinopyridine The methods disadvantages are largely the same as when used to monitor Common Laboratory Values - AAPD · PDF file406 RESOURCE SECTION REFERENCE MANUAL V 37 / NO 6 15 / 16 Common Laboratory Values CBC Test Normal value Function Significance Hemoglobin 12-18 g/100 mL Measures Heparin / Enoxaparin / Warfarin Flashcards , QuizletHeparin / Enoxaparin / Warfarin. Heparin #29. STUDY. PLAY. (Coumadin) Lab values to monitor are. PT and INR. Antiplatelet drugs such as Aspirin.LABORATORY CRITICAL VALUES - ...
The availability of cultures of normal cells (NCs) and Schwann cells (SCs) with and without fibroblasts has allowed us to investigate the sources of endoneurial and perineurial constituents of peripheral nerve. NCs cultured alone, devoid of ensheathment but healthy in appearance, lack basal lamina and extracellular fibrils. In contrast, when SCs accompany NCs, basal lamina and extracellular fibrils are consistently visible around SCs in outgrowth areas formed de novo in culture. These fibrils average 18 nm in diameter, exhibit a repeating banding pattern, and are trypsin-resistant and collagenase-sensitive. Collagen synthesis is also indicated by the incorporation of [14C]proline into peptide-bound hydroxy-proline in NC + SC or SC cultures. That the [14C]hydroxyproline polypeptides formed in NC + SC cultures are collagenous was determined in part by pepsin digestion-ammonium sulfate precipitation-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis techniques; the 14C-polypeptides migrate to the positions of ...
Palms are an economically important group of plants and support major agronomic and horticultural industries, quite apart from their regional use in the cultures of many tropical countries as sources of food, fibre, and building materials. Although easily recognized and limited by a lack of secondary growth, they range widely in size, life form, and habitat. This book provides a survey of the structure and vegetative anatomy of members of the palm family (Arecaceae or Palmae) and uses the most recent molecular phylogenetic treatment of the family as the basis for interpreting the systematic and ecological significance of anatomical characters. The first section starts with a description of the often distinctive anatomical techniques used, followed by the principles of palm development, a series of chapters on the microscopic anatomy of all the main organs, and finally an analysis of how these structures might have evolved. The second section documents the systematic anatomical variation found in the
This text shows how developmental and structural microscopic anatomy form the foundation for everything students will need to know for effective study of oral health care. This text makes a connection between concept and clinical application, providing an explanation for the cause-and-effect nature of clinical oral manifestations.. ...
Histologically the trachea is made up of mucosa, submucosa, hyaline cartilage and adventitia. Therefore the study of histogenesis of the fetal trachea provides not only the information on the functional morphology of the organ, but also gives a baseline in the investigations and management of pre and neonatal pathological conditions. The present study was carried out on 15 human fetuses of known gestational age of all trimesters in the department of Anatomy in KMC Manipal. The transverse section of trachea was taken. The sections were stained using Hematoxylin and Eosin and were observed under light microscope. The microscopic anatomy of the trachea was observed at different GA and the changes were observed. At first trimester the trachea was lined by pseudostratified columnar epithelium without any goblet cells. Incomplete rings of hyaline cartilage were also observed .The cellular components of the hyaline cartilage were predominant while the amount of ground substance was comparatively less. ...
The sural nerve was apportioned for paraffin embedding, "quench" freezing in liquid N and plastic resin embedding. The microscopic anatomy is preserved with 14 fascicles identified (Fig 2). There is no inflammation and congo-red stain shows no amyloid. The fiber density is decreased associated with axonal degeneration (Fig 3), axonal atrophy (Fig 4), segmental demyelination (Fig 5), onion bulbs (Fig 6) and tomaculae(Fig 7). Immunostaining on fresh frozen tissue discloses intense positivity (Fig 8) and transmission electron microscopy shows widespread abnormality of myelin periodicity (Fig 9 and Fig 10).. FINAL DIAGNOSIS. ...
Growth characteristics of coliphage viruses indicate that they are adapted to live with their Eschericia coli hosts in the intestinal tract. However, coliphage experimentally introduced by ingestion persist only transiently if at all in the gut of humans and other animals. This study attempted to identify the barriers to long term establishment of exogenous coliphage in the gastrointestinal (GI) tracts of laboratory mice. Intestinal contents were screened for the presence of coliphage and host bacteria, and strains of E. coli bacteria from different segments of the GI tract were tested for susceptibility to six common laboratory coliphages. Contrary to expectations, coliphage were not evident in the GI tracts of laboratory mice, although they were occasionally detected in feces. Commensal flora showed extreme variability within groups of mice despite identical handling and diet. Less than 20% of 48 mice tested carried E. coli in their gut, and of 22 commensal E. coli strains isolated and tested, 59%
Saccharomyces cerevisiae strains isolated from natural settings form structured biofilm colonies that are equipped with intricate protective mechanisms. These wild strains are able to reprogram themselves with a certain frequency during cultivation in plentiful laboratory conditions. The resulting domesticated strains switch off certain protective mechanisms and form smooth colonies that resemble those of common laboratory strains. Here, we show that domestication can be reversed when a domesticated strain is challenged by various adverse conditions; the resulting feral strain restores its ability to form structured biofilm colonies. Phenotypic, microscopic and transcriptomic analyses show that phenotypic transition is a complex process that affects various aspects of feral strain physiology; it leads to a phenotype that resembles the original wild strain in some aspects and the domesticated derivative in others. We specify the genetic determinants that are likely involved in the formation of a
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Leukocytosis, a common laboratory finding, is most often due to relatively benign conditions (infections or inflammatory processes). Much less common but more serious causes include primary bone marrow disorders. The normal reaction of bone marrow to infection or inflammation leads to an increase in the number of white blood cells, predominantly polymorphonuclear leukocytes and less mature cell forms (the
Animal models have provided much information on molecular and cellular changes in joint disease, particularly OA. However there are limitations to in vivo work and single tissue in vitro studies can provide more specific information on individual events. The rat is a commonly used laboratory species but at the current time only in vivo models of rat OA are available to study. The purpose of this study was to investigate the damage that single impact load (SIL) of 0.16J causes in a rat cartilage in vitro model and assess whether this load alters the arrangement of vimentin. Rat cartilage was single impact loaded (200 g from 8 cm) and cultured for up to 48 hours (n = 72 joints). Histological changes were measured using a semi-quantitative modified Mankin score. Immunolocalisation was used to identify changes in vimentin distribution. SIL caused damage in 32/36 cartilage samples. Damage included surface fibrillation, fissures, fragmentation, changes in cellularity and loss of proteoglycan. SIL caused a
We have used carbocyanine dyes (DiI and DiO) to generate fate maps for the epiblast layer of the chick embryo between stage X and the early primitive streak stage (stages 2-3). The overall distribution of presumptive cell types in these maps is similar to that described for other laboratory species …
I Respiratory System. A. Functional divisions 1. Conducting structures - carry air to and from the lungs. 2. Respiratory units - exchange gases between air and blood. B. Anatomy of Conducting Structures. 1. pharynx. a. openings. b. swallowing. 2. larynx a. cartilages. b. vocal folds. 3. trachea. a. C - shaped cartilages. 4. primary bronchi. a. carina. b. right bronchus vs. left bronchus. 5. secondary (lobar) bronchi 6. tertiary (segmental) bronchi 7. terminal bronchioles. a. structural transitions from bronchi to bronchioles. C. Anatomy of Respiratory Units 1. gross anatomy: lungs. a. surface anatomy. b. pleura and pleural cavity. 1. pneumothorax. c. lobes -, segments --, lobules --, respiratory units --, alveolus. 2. microscopic anatomy: alveolus. a. wall thinness. b. Type II cells: surfactant 1. infant respiratory distress syndrome. c. dust cells. D. Surface area to volume ratio. 1. 5 lobes vs. 500 million alveoli. 2. structural principle. E. Disorders. 1. asthma. 2. COPD. II Pulmonary ...
The Wikipedia article on Histology explains that histology "is the study of tissue sectioned as a thin slice, using a microtome. It can be described as microscopic anatomy. The photographing of stained cells is called histography. Histology is an essential tool of biology." The article further explains that "In the 19th century, histology was an academic discipline in its own right.. As told in Patricia Stephensons University Neighborhood, Louise Foucar registered at the UA but the only course that she was eligible to take at the time was a botany course taught Professor James W. Toumey. In A Photogrphic History of the University of Arizona 1885 - 1985 (p. 28), Phyllis Ball wrote that Toumey was one of the UAs six original faculty members and held the title of Botanist for the Agricultural Experiment Station. Alumni will be interested in knowing that it was James Toumey who began the Universitys original cactus garden in 1896. He left the UA two months after Louise began her studies for Yale ...
In a new report in the journal Palaeontology, Sallan and colleagues argue that the two papers that seemingly settled the Tully monster debate are flawed, failing to definitively classify it as a vertebrate. The mystery of the Tully monster, known to scientists as Tullimonstrum gregarium, remains.. "Its important to incorporate all lines of evidence when considering enigmatic fossils: anatomical, preservational and comparative," said Sam Giles, a junior research fellow at the University of Oxford and coauthor of the study. "Applying that standard to the Tully monster argues strongly against a vertebrate identity.". Sallan and Giles coauthored the work with Robert Sansom of the University of Manchester, Penn postdoctoral researcher John Clarke, Zerina Johnason of the Natural History Museum London, Ivan Sansom of the University of Birmingham and Philippe Janvier of Frances Muséum National dHistoire Naturelle.. The Tully monster has been known since the 1950s, when the first fossils were found ...
Other Course Information A. Objectives 1. Perform comprehensive, problem focused, and interval health histories across the lifespan using various data collection techniques and instruments related to history taking. 2. Complete systematic and organized comprehensive, problem focused, and interval physical examinations that are based upon and pertinent to the health history findings. 3. Present the health history and physical examination findings in both written and oral forms. 4. Identify a list of present and potential health problems (differential diagnoses) through the analysis of symptoms and the synthesis of data gleaned from the health history and physical examination. 5. Integrate the use of common laboratory/diagnostic tests in advanced practice. 6. Examine the holistic patient perspective as a foundational construct of advanced practice nursing. 7. Integrate the psychosocial, genetic/genomic, emotional, ethnic, cultural, and spiritual dimensions of health and illness into patient ...
Although infection with the intracellular bacterium Listeria monocytogenes can result in severe illnesses such as sepsis and meningitis in immunocompromised people, a much more common outcome is control and clearance of the organism without serious malady. L. monocytogenes is able to infect common laboratory animals such as the mouse, immunologists have been able to dissect this host-pathogen interplay and elucidate the immune functions required to contain and eliminate L. monocytogenes infection. Importantly, the mouse model of L. monocytogenes infection has yielded discoveries that are not only specific to this host-pathogen interaction but also help define fundamental concepts of innate and adaptive immunity. The natural route of L. monocytogenes infection in humans is via the gut after consumption of contaminated food products. However, infection of mice in this manner requires an extremely large inoculum and often results in asynchronous systemic infections, which complicate experimental design.
This one-hour webinar will discuss basic practices for combating contamination in tissue culture laboratories. It will include a review of common laboratory contamination sources as well as how to choose and use an appropriate disinfectant. Basic clean la...
A common laboratory module has a width of approximately 10 ft. 6 in. but will vary in depth from 20-30 ft. The depth is based on the size necessary for the lab and the cost-effectiveness of the structural system. The 10 ft. 6 in. dimension is based on two rows of casework and equipment (each row 2 ft. 6 in. deep) on each wall, a 5 ft. aisle, and 6 in. for the wall thickness that separates one lab from another. The 5 ft. aisle width should be considered a minimum because of the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).. Two-Directional Lab Module-Another level of flexibility can be achieved by designing a lab module that works in both directions. This allows the casework to be organized in either direction. This concept is more flexible than the basic lab module concept but may require more space. The use of a two-directional grid is beneficial to accommodate different lengths of run for casework. The casework may have to be moved to create a different type or size of ...
Outbreaks of an unexplained acute neurologic illness affecting young children and associated with high case-fatality rates have been reported in the Muzaffarpur district of Bihar state in India since 1995. The outbreaks generally peak in June and decline weeks later with the onset of monsoon rains. There have been multiple epidemiologic and laboratory investigations of this syndrome, leading to a wide spectrum of proposed causes for the illness, including infectious encephalitis and exposure to pesticides. An association between illness and litchi fruit has been postulated because Muzaffarpur is a litchi fruit-producing region. To better characterize clinical and epidemiologic features of the illness that might suggest its cause and how it can be prevented, the Indian National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) and CDC investigated outbreaks in 2013 and 2014. Clinical and laboratory findings in 2013 suggested a noninflammatory encephalopathy, possibly caused by a toxin. A common laboratory ...
Although there is much theoretical and empirical data about the life history responses of time constrained organisms, little is known about the latitude compensating mechanism that enables northern populations developmental rates to compensate for latitude. To investigate the importance of photoperiod on development and growth, I collected adults and raised the offspring of the obligatory univoltine damselfly Lestes sponsa from two populations at different latitudes (53º N and 63º N). The offspring were raised in a common laboratory environment at 21º C and at the two photoperiods corresponding to the sites of collection. Field data showed that adult and egg sizes decreased towards the higher latitude. This adult size difference was a genetically fixed trait since the same size difference between populations was also found when larvae where reared in the laboratory. All studied individuals expressed shorter development time and faster growth rates under northern photoperiod regimes. Northern ...
The Physics and Life Sciences Laboratory (PaLS Lab) at the University of Dundee is designed to bring together physicists and life scientists in a common laboratory space, in order to address complex problems.. The focus of ongoing research is the development of novel microscopy and imaging techniques and fusing these with biophysical computational modeling and analysis for attacking pressing biological challenges. The driving motivation is to allow a proper interdisciplinary space to evolve, where the technical and application challenges meet in a way in which physics can push into new areas while the biology guides the physics to answer specific research questions.. ...
The common laboratory frog Xenopus laevis has puzzled researchers because it has twice the normal number of genes. A newly published genome sequence shows why: between 15 and 20 million years ago, two different species interbred and produced a hybrid, which then mated with its parent species to eventually form a new organism with a doubled genome. The frog has since adapted to the excess by losing or disabling many of these genes.
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The research team found a "unique regulatory circuit" in which BAK1, a protein involved with cell death control and growth hormone regulation, recruits two enzymes - PUB12 and PUB13 - to the immune sensory complex and fine-tunes immune responses.. Basically, the surface of plant cells has sensors that sense microbial invasion. One of the best understood plant receptors is FLS2, found in the common laboratory plant Arabidopsis.. FLS2 could sense the bacterial flagellin, which is a part of the flagellum, or tail-like projection on cells which help it to move. When FLS2 perceives flagellin, a series of "evolutionary conserved immune responses" is activated to fend off bacterial attack, Shan said.. But the immune response can not stay activated or the plant will stop growing and producing.. "To avoid detrimental effects of long-lasting immune activation, plant and animal hosts need a way to switch the activation off," she noted. "How that can be has been a mystery to scientists.". The team ...
Although infants with BA who were diagnosed and treated earlier have better outcomes, it is still unknown when BA starts. The disease is thought to be acquired some time after birth in otherwise healthy infants. Our results, however, suggest that BA is already present in the immediate newborn period. All subjects with BA in this study had elevated DB/CB levels throughout the first 4 days of life and starting as early as 1 HoL. Furthermore, at 24 to 48 HoL, subjects with BA had significantly higher mean DB levels compared to controls, even though their mean TB level was below phototherapy limits and their mean DB:TB ratio was considered normal. Thus, rather than being unaffected at birth, and acquiring the disease later, it appears that newborns with BA have abnormalities that are readily detected by common laboratory tests. The findings raise the possibility of identifying infants who may have BA shortly after birth, which in turn has the potential to improve their outcomes.. Because these ...
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These are a few of the pdf files (and a few Microsoft Word documents) that Ive accumulated in my web browsing. MOST of these are hyperlinked to their source. If you want one that is not hyperlinked or if the link isnt working, e-mail me at [email protected] and Ill be happy to send it to you. Please note that this list will be updated continuously as I find more available resources. All of these files are freely available on the Internet so there should be no copyright issues . Articles with author names in RED are new additions since March 23, 2018. Superorder Crocodylomorpha - The Alligators, Crocodiles and Their Allies. Triassic Benton, M.J. and A.D. Walker (2002). Erpetosuchus, a crocodile-like basal archosaur from the Late Triassic of Elgin, Scotland. In: Archosaurian anatomy and palaeontology. Essays in memory of Alick D. Walker . Norman, D.B. and D.J. Gower (eds.), Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 136. Busbey, A.B. and C. Gow (1984). A New Protosuchian Crocodile from the ...
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A-C: Appearance of control (CT) (A), Rxratm4Ipc/Rxratm4Ipc Rxrbtm1Pcn/Rxrbtm1Pcn Tg(KRT14-cre/ERT2)1Ipc/0 (Rxralpha beta ep-/-) (B), and Rxratm1Ipc/Rxratm4Ipc Rxrbtm1Mma/Rxrbtm1Pcn Tg(KRT14-cre/ERT2)1Ipc/0 (RXRalpha betaepaf2o)(C) mice at week 5. Close views of the ears are shown in Insets. Black arrows in B and C point to regions with hair loss, and white arrowhead in B Inset points to the red and swollen ear. D-F: Hematoxylin and eosin staining of ear sections of CT (D), Rxratm4Ipc/Rxratm4Ipc Rxrbtm1Pcn/Rxrbtm1Pcn Tg(KRT14-cre/ERT2)1Ipc/0 (E), and Rxratm1Ipc/Rxratm4Ipc Rxrbtm1Mma/Rxrbtm1Pcn Tg(KRT14-cre/ERT2)1Ipc/0 (F) at week 5. White arrows point to dermal-epidermal junction. hf, hair follicle; u, utriculi. Scale bar 50um ...
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Clément, P. 1985. The relationships of rotifers. In: S. Conway Morris et al. (eds.), The origins and relationships of lower invertebrates. Clarendon Press, Oxford.. Clément, P. and E. Wurdak. 1991. Rotifera. Pages 219-297 in: Microscopic Anatomy of Invertebrates, Vol. 4. F. W. Harrison and E. E. Ruppert, eds. Wiley-Liss, New York.. Ferraguti, M. and G. Melone. 1999. Spermiogenesis in Seison nebaliae (Rotifera, Seisonidea): further evidence of a rotifer acanthocephalan relationship. Tissue Cell 31:428 440. Funch, P., M.V. S rensen and M. Obst. 2005. On the phylogenetic position of Rotifera have we come any further? Hydrobiologia 546:11 28.. Garc a-Varela, M. and S. A. Nadler. 2006. Phylogenetic relationships among Syndermata inferred from nuclear and mitochondrial gene sequences. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 40 (1):61-72.. Garey, J. R., T. J. Near, M. R. Nonnemacher, and S. A. Nadler. 1996. Molecular evidence for Acanthocephala as a subtaxon of Rotifera. J. Mol. Evol. ...
One of the main limitations of the studies of PRRS virus infection in pigs at the cellular and molecular level, that partly explains the lack of basic knowledge of the immune response to PRRS virus, is the inability to establish a mouse model of infection, due to the fact that PRRS virus replication in common laboratory rodent species is inefficient1. On the other hand, infection with PRRS virus is widespread in the swine population, making it difficult to find uninfected animals with which to perform experiments aimed at investigating how the virus affects the immune system of the pig. Furthermore, pigs reared under conventional conditions are usually colonized by microorganisms that may eventually cause disease during an experimental infection as a result of the effect of PRRS virus on the immune system, thus invalidating the conclusions of the study.. Despite the above, some important aspects of the immune response developed by pigs to PRRS virus have been described, allowing an understanding ...
Advise male patients with female partners of reproductive potential or who are pregnant to use effective contraception during treatment and for 3 months following the last dose of LYNPARZA and to not donate sperm during this time.. ADVERSE REACTIONS-First-Line Maintenance BRCAm Advanced Ovarian Cancer. Most common adverse reactions (Grades 1-4) in ≥10% of patients in clinical trials of LYNPARZA in the first-line maintenance setting for SOLO-1 were: nausea (77%), fatigue (67%), abdominal pain (45%), vomiting (40%), anemia (38%), diarrhea (37%), constipation (28%), upper respiratory tract infection/influenza/nasopharyngitis/bronchitis (28%), dysgeusia (26%), decreased appetite (20%), dizziness (20%), neutropenia (17%), dyspepsia (17%), dyspnea (15%), leukopenia (13%), UTI (13%), thrombocytopenia (11%), and stomatitis (11%).. Most common laboratory abnormalities (Grades 1-4) in ≥25% of patients in clinical trials of LYNPARZA in the first-line maintenance setting for SOLO-1 were: decrease in ...
Fibers are ubiquitous in biology, and include tensile materials produced by specialized glands (such as silks), extracellular fibrils that reinforce exoskeletons and connective tissues (such as chitin and collagen), as well as intracellular filaments that make up the metazoan cytoskeleton (such as F-actin, microtubules, and intermediate filaments). Hagfish gland thread cells are unique in that they produce a high aspect ratio fiber from cytoskeletal building blocks within the confines of their cytoplasm. These threads are elaborately coiled into structures that readily unravel when they are ejected into seawater from the slime glands. In this review we summarize what is currently known about the structure and function of gland thread cells and we speculate about the mechanism that these cells use to produce a mechanically robust fiber that is almost one hundred thousand times longer than it is wide. We propose that a key feature of this mechanism involves the unidirectional rotation of the cells
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SYNOPSES OF COURSES. MBM 1101: Anatomy I. General Introduction to Gross Anatomy, Microscopic Anatomy (Histology) and Developmental Anatomy (Embryology). Lower Limb and Upper Limb anatomy gross, Musculoskeletal Histology and Embryology. MBM 1102: Biochemistry I - Catabolism and Genetics. Biomolecules: Water as solvent, introduction to macromolecular chemistry , structure and function. Enzyme activity and kinetics. Cell Biology and Metabolic Energy: Introduction to major cell structures and processes. The cell membrane, Energy concepts, glycolysis, the citric acid cycle and ATP.. Food and Digestion: Macronutrients and micronutrients. Digestive enzymes and absorption processes in the GIT. Lipid uptake and transport. Diarrhea.. Nutrient Metabolism: The Embden -Meyerhof pathway to citric acid cycle. Anaerobic metabolism, the Cori cycle. Fatty acid oxidation and the ketone bodies. Amino acids and the citric acid cycle. The urea cycle.. Human Genetics: Introduction to genetic concepts, genome projects, ...
The microscopic anatomy of dental enamel has been employed in numerous studies of fossil hominin teeth. This research has focused on the use of microstructure, primarily perikymata and, when available, their internal manifestations, in the construction of phylogenetic relationships as well as in the reconstruction of hominin patterns of growth and development. The literature on perikymata numbers and packing as reported over the last 20 years, shows a huge range of variation within modern humans. The variation is so large in fact that virtually every fossil hominin species can be encompassed within the range except for some but not most of the robust australopithecines. The sample of Mousterian level hominins from the site of Qafzeh, in northern Israel represents some of the earliest recognized members of Homo sapiens sapiens. Included in this sample are a number of immature individuals (N = 5) whose permanent incisor crowns have observable perikymata. The number of perikymata on complete and unworn
Chapter-1: Reproduction in Organisms. Reproduction, a characteristic feature of all organisms for continuation of species; Asexual reproduction Modes of reproduction-Asexual and sexual reproduction; Modes-Binary fission, sporulation, budding, gemmule, fragmentation; vegetative propagation in plants.. Chapter-2: Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants. Flower structure; Development of male and female gametophytes; Pollination-types, agencies and examples; Outbreedings devices; Pollen-Pistil interaction; Double fertilization; Post fertilization events-Development of endosperm and embryo, Development of seed and formation of fruit; Special modes-apomixis, parthenocarpy, polyembryony; Significance of seed and fruit formation.. Chapter-3: Human Reproduction. Male and female reproductive systems; Microscopic anatomy of testis and ovary; Gametogenesis-spermatogenesis & oogenesis; Menstrual cycle; Fertilisation embryo development upto blastocyst formation, implantation; Pregnancy and placenta formation ...
Interleukin-18 and miR-130a in severe sepsis patients with thrombocytopenia Yao-Li Cui,1,2 Bing Wang,2 Hong-Mei Gao,2 Ying-Hong Xing,2 Jian Li,2 Hong-Jie Li,2 Zhu Lin,2 Yong-Qiang Wang2 1Department of Lymphoma and Key Laboratory of Cancer Prevention and Therapy, Tianjin Medical University Cancer Institute and Hospital, National Clinical Research Center for Cancer, 2Department of Intensive Care Unit and Key Lab for Critical Care Medicine of the Ministry of Health, Emergency Medicine Research Institute, Tianjin First Center Hospital, Tianjin, People’s Republic of China Background: Thrombocytopenia is one of the most common laboratory abnormalities encountered in patients with severe sepsis. It has been reported that thrombocytopenia is linked to mortality in patients with severe sepsis. However, the mechanism of thrombocytopenia in sepsis is unknown. We hypothesized that inflammatory cytokines and microRNAs (miRNAs) are not only involved in the pathogenesis of sepsis, but also are correlated with
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T cells that recognize self antigen are clonally deleted in the thymus--a maturation process that occurs in the context of histocompatibility molecules and the T-cell receptor. The minor lymphocyte stimulation antigens (Mls) effect these deletions through interactions with the V beta portion of the T-cell receptor, thus mimicking bacterial superantigens. Intrigued by the fact that each known Mls gene maps to the same chromosomal region as an endogenous mouse mammary tumour virus (Mtv), we reevaluated the linkage relationships between the two gene families. Here we report perfect concordance in inbred and recombinant inbred mice between the presence of four Mtv proviruses with the expression of Mls gene products. These data suggest a general model in which mammary tumour virus gene products themselves are the ligands that shape a considerable portion of the immunological repertoire of common laboratory mice
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The report establishes a theoretical framework and computational procedures which lead to an experimental strategy for distinguishing between two alternative modes of operation of the vestibular statoreceptors: the question is whether individual kinocilia in the maculae sacculi and utriculi are innervated by single vestibular afferent fibers; or else, whether convergence of neural discharges originating from several kinocilia with different orientation of functional polarization occurs in vestibular afferent fibers. If the former condition prevails, it is possible to calculate the vector of maximal sensitivity of each kinocilium from the polar plot of nerve discharge rates, obtained at suitable head positions in the gravity field. The principle of the procedure consists in the matching of experimental data with a computer simulated model of sacculus and utriculus. (Author)(*MEDICAL EQUIPMENT
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|p|B ackground: Red blood cell distribution width (RDW) that describes red blood cell volume heterogeneity is a common laboratory test. Our aim was to focus on th e association between RDW and a c ute pancreatitis associated lung injury (APALI). Methodology: A total of 152 acute pancreatitis (AP) patients who conformed to the criteria w ere included in this study. The demographic data, medical histories and laboratory measures was obtained from each patient on admission, further, the medical histories and biological data were analyzed, retrospectively. Results: Increased RDW at admission was observed in patients with APALI compared with the non-APALI groups. Our results exhibited that RDW was an independent risk factor for APALI after adjusting leukocyte, neutrophil percentage, random blood glucose (RBG), total bilirubin (TB) and total bile acid(TBA)(Crude model) (OR=2.671;CI 95% 1.145-6.230; P=0.023), further adjustment based on Crude model for sex and age did not attenuate the significantly high
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The disinfectants TriGene, bleach, ethanol and liquid hand soap, and water and temperature were tested for their ability to kill bloodstream forms of Trypanosoma brucei, epimastigotes of Trypanosoma rangeli and promastigotes of Leishmania major. A 5-min exposure to 0.2% TriGene, 0.1% liquid hand soap and 0.05% bleach (0.05% NaOCl) killed all three trypanosomatids. Ethanol and water destroyed the parasites within 5 min at concentrations of 15-17.5% and 80-90%, respectively. All three organisms were also killed when treated for 5 min at 50°C. The results indicate that the disinfectants, water and temperature treatment (i.e. autoclaving) are suitable laboratory hygiene measures against trypanosomatid parasites.