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Histology Laboratory Book for Medical and Biomedical Students
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This manual book is a guide to work in the histology laboratory.Each topic is briefly introduced and this is followed by a list of slides, with commentary. The purpose of the manual is to enable the... More > student.As the structural and functional relationships of various cells, tissues, and organs are considered . All of the tissues and organs of the body are composed of cells and the extracellular products of cells (the matrix). There are only four basic tissues in the body. basic tissues organized into the various organs of the body, and these generally exist as interrelated functional units termed organ systems. The four basic tissues : Epithelium Connective tissue Muscle Nervous tissue.All of the organs of the body are composed of varying proportions of the four basic tissue, cells and extracellular matrices< Less
Chemistry of Diseases
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Chemistry of Diseases is the branch of Medicine dealing with the biochemical basis of disease and the use of biochemical tests for screening, diagnosis, prognosis and management.Chemical pathologists... More > have two important clinical roles. The first is liaising with healthcare professionals such as general practitioners, nurses, non-consultant and other consultant doctors to provide advice on which tests to use and how to interpret the results of the tests when investigating patients. This commonly includes a wide range of conditions such as liver disease, kidney disease, high cholesterol, cancer, diabetes, and hormone imbalances. The second is having direct responsibility for patients in out-patient clinics and on the hospital wards. In these settings, chemical pathologists diagnose and treat a wide range of metabolic disorders such as high cholesterol, diabetes, hormone imbalances, kidney stones, bone disease and nutrition imbalances.< Less
Biotechnology Principles & Processes “Good Lab Practice”
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With the advent of PCR, chemical DNA synthesis, DNA sequencing, monoclonal antibodies, directed mutagenesis, genomics, proteomics, and metabolomics, our understanding of and ability to manipulate the... More > biological world have grown exponentially. When the applications of recombinant DNA was published in 1994, nearly all of the transgenic organisms that were produced included only a single introduced gene. Just 25 years later, it is not uncommon for researchers to engineer organisms by modifying both the activity and the regulation of existing genes while at the same time introducing entire new pathways. Today, advanced biotechnology has given us several hundred new therapeutic agents, with many more in the pipeline, as well as dozens of transgenic plants. The use of DNA has become a cornerstone of modern forensics, paternity testing, and ancestry determination. Several new recombinant vaccines have been developed, with many more on the horizon.< Less
Diseases of Alimentary System
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The digestive tract is a twisting tube about 30 feet long. It starts at the mouth and ends at the anus. In between are the esophagus, stomach and bowels (intestines). The liver and pancreas aid... More > digestion by producing bile and pancreatic juices.Great advance in our knowledge of the diseases alimentary system during recent years may be attributed chiefly to three factors : 1) the opportunities of observation afforded by the performance of surgical operations on the abdomen—the study, as it has been termed, of "the pathology of the living"; (2) an improved X-ray technique ; (3) the introduction of biochemical tests for estimating the "physiological efficiency" of important organs such as the stomach, pancreas, and liver. The information gained by these methods has rendered diagnosis of diseases of the alimentary system more precise.< Less
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