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Abdominal Imaging

Abdomen is a space between the thorax or the chest and the pelvis. Organs that are in the abdomen include digestive organs: stomach, small intestine, large intestine, liver, and gallbladder. These organs are supported with the help of connecting tissue, mesentery, that helps them in sliding against each other as well as change their shape … Read More»

Hazards of Deep Sea Diving

Deep sea diving has always attracted people with the enigmas which reign under the tons of water, usually ocean waters, though divers explore all possible water reservoirs. Many followers of deep sea diving cannot imagine their lives without this type of sports as it opens for them an entirely new world which they can never … Read More»

lab report

It was determined that 5 lung adenocarcinoma oncogens are mutually exclusive and present in more than 50% of adenocarcinoma cases. The oncogenes include KRAS, EGFR, ALK, ERBB2, and BRAF. KRAS mutations are the most common ones; it is responsible for encoding GTPase that is able to send signals when GTP bound through RAF and ERK … Read More»

Innovation and Sustainability

Human beings regularly come up with ways of producing and consuming material resources. Global population growth is the main reason for innovation and sustainability. High population growth leads to increased consumption; therefore, production must increase. Human beings need to invent methods, which are within ecological limits, to conserve the environment. Natural resources are vital to … Read More»

Breast Cancer Vaccine

Cancer disease can take several forms, but the most dominant one among women is “Breast Cancer”, with the statistics predicting about 12% of women in the US alone will test positive for this disease. In light of this severity, the current research is based on a rigorous process of improving the breast cancer patients’ life … Read More»

Lung Cancer

Abstract Lung cancer is the second most common cancer among others. In most people, lung cancer is related to cigarette smoking. However, there exist the other factors that may cause this disease. We will investigate lysine specific demethylase 1 (LSD1) that has been identified and biochemically characterized in epigenetics. Lysine-specific demethylase 1 (LSD1), catalysing demethylation … Read More»

Compare and Contrast: Lymphoma and Leukemia

Leukemia and lymphoma are heterogeneous disorders with various clinical courses. Both disorders are biologically indistinguishable. Lymphoma or its clinical term Small Lymphocytic Lymphoma is a term used for initial presentation in tissue, and where leukemic phases of bone marrow or peripheral blood are absent in cases (Cecilia et al., 2011). Lymphoma starts in the lymphoid … Read More»

Colorblindness

Color Blindness Introduction Despite technological advances, ongoing scientific investigations, improvements in health care, and new research techniques, causes and nature of genetic mutations remain understudied. “Genetic disorders comprise a vast galaxy of anomalous conditions and exert an extraordinary impact on the human population” (Wynbrandt & Ludman, 2008, p. iv). Color blindness is generally identified as … Read More»