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VIDA, OBRA Y MILAGROS DE UN SISTEMA NERVIOSO By YURI ZAMBRANO
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Durante el desarrollo, y antes de nacer, más de la mitad de las neuronas mueren, obedeciendo a programas genéticos y comandos moleculares. Así: muriendo, inicia la vida de las... More > células nerviosas … Sin embargo, no todo es desastroso para este tipo de entidades nerviosas. Hoy por hoy, los investigadores realizan grandes avances en las técnicas genéticas que se contraponen a la naturaleza,hallando los genes de la inmortalidad, a partir de células que pueden regenerarse cientos de veces. Por ello, la humanidad se ha familiarizado con términos como ratones knock-out, recombinación homóloga, factores de crecimiento nervioso y hasta clonación; considerando el rol de las proteínas y moléculas genéticas en el devenir de la humanidad, que influyen poderosamente en la neurogenesis, desarrollo, diferenciación y comunicación entre células nerviosas. Asi son los avatares de la ciencia, enfrentando la evolución de nuestro sistema nervioso.< Less
Unrecognised Causes of Alzheimer's Disease By Hywel Davies MD
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The thesis proposed is that a significant amount of brain damage in Alzheimer's Disease is caused by infarction due to fat, bone-marrow or other emboli. These have been commonly documented in certain... More > circumstances, particularly joint replacement or other bony injury. The toxic properties of commonly-used gaseous anesthetics have also been implicated in brain- cell death by apoptosis.< Less
The Cure For Cancer By Terry Cooksey
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The Cure For Cancer is proven science that uses the Laws of Physics and Nature to cure your Natural body. There are no gimmicks, nothing to harm you and nothing expensive you must buy to cure... More > yourself of cancer. Doctors tell you there's NO cure? Well, there not only is a cure for Cancer, there are CURES for cancer. This book teaches you how you can cure yourself by dealing with the cause of all cancers. All cancers are caused by poisons, toxins, drugs, chemicals. 100% of all cancers. Cancer is caused by poisons damaging DNA in the nucleus of the cell and preventing those cells from natural program death called apoptosis. This book is about recognizing those poisons and how to avoid them; as well as teaching you safe alternatives to the poison foods and drinks that are the core of what is called “the American diet”. You can cure yourself of cancer and any other disease WHILE you still listen to your doctors, except the parts about death, dying and no cures.< Less
Internal Ribosome Entry Site (IRES) advances and applications By Shara Cohen
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Protein synthesis is a three-stage process, consisting of initiation, elongation and termination. The final stage of gene expression involves numerous cellular proteins and RNAs. The initiation step... More > is the primary focus for regulation. Translation initiation on the majority of cellular mRNAs is mediated by a mechanism involving recognition of the 5’ terminal cap-structure (m7GpppN). However, a different mechanism, termed internal initiation, was first shown to occur on certain uncapped viral mRNAs. An internal ribosome entry site (IRES) element present within the 5’ untranslated region (UTR) of the viral RNA directs initiation of protein synthesis at an internal position hundreds of nucleotides downstream from the 5’ terminus. IRES elements are highly structured and position the ribosome at, or just upstream of, the initiation codon. IRES elements have been found in certain cellular mRNAs; these generally encode proteins involved in apoptosis, cell cycle regulation or stress responses.< Less
Internal Ribosome Entry Site (IRES) advances and applications By Shara Cohen
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Protein synthesis is a three-stage process, consisting of initiation, elongation and termination. The final stage of gene expression involves numerous cellular proteins and RNAs. The initiation step... More > is the primary focus for regulation. Translation initiation on the majority of cellular mRNAs is mediated by a mechanism involving recognition of the 5’ terminal cap-structure (m7GpppN). However, a different mechanism, termed internal initiation, was first shown to occur on certain uncapped viral mRNAs. An internal ribosome entry site (IRES) element present within the 5’ untranslated region (UTR) of the viral RNA directs initiation of protein synthesis at an internal position hundreds of nucleotides downstream from the 5’ terminus. IRES elements are highly structured and position the ribosome at, or just upstream of, the initiation codon. IRES elements have been found in certain cellular mRNAs; these generally encode proteins involved in apoptosis, cell cycle regulation or stress responses.< Less