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Lipid Profiling By Melissa George
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Neutral lipids are the triglycerides which consist of three fatty acids attached to a glycerol molecule. Cholesterol is also a neutral lipid. Neutral lipids such as cholesterol esters and... More > triglycerides are insoluble in water and essentially lack detergent properties. Phospholipids are a class of lipids that are a major component of all cell membranes. Phospholipids belong to the lipid family of biological polymers. A phospholipid is composed of two fatty acids, a glycerol unit, a phosphate group and a polar molecule. There are no simple methods available for analysis of phospholipids since the close range of polarity between different phospholipid species makes detection difficult.< Less
A Peek At the Acme of God’s Creation By Daniel Zimmermann
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God deserves the credit that the title of this article expresses. He not only created the human body, but He certainly must have helped me when I wrote these articles. The explanations are... More > exceptionally lucid, so much so that I myself am amazed as I proofread them. The first section studies a few bones of the body: the bones of the cranium, the bones of the hands and wrist, and the bones of the foot, with a special article on the calcaneus. The second section contains a single article: “A Journey through a Nephron.” The third section studies a few important physiological substances: hormones, lipids, amino acids, and hyaline cartilage. The fourth section studies a few cellular phenomena. The final section contains a single article entitled “A Hypothesis on the Formation of Junk DNA.” Admittedly, I cannot appeal to any authority, either religious or scientific, to support this hypothesis. It is my own brainchild, born of mature reflection. Moreover, it cannot be proved or disproved.< Less
Membrane Lipid Signaling In Aging and Age-related Disease By Mark P. Mattson
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The lipids that comprise membranes of cells, be they phospholipids, sphingolipids, glycolipids or even cholesterol, serve many functions beyond their role in the structural organization of the... More > membranes. In response to stimulation by various agonists, and environmental insults such as oxidative stress, several different membrane lipids are cleaved either enzymatically or non-enzymatically. Products are thereby released that act as important signals mediating physiological responses to the stimuli. Among the most intensively studied signaling pathways is the inositol phospholipid signaling, which leads to the production of IP3 and diacylglycerol with consequent calcium release and protein kinase activation. Another example of a prominent signaling pathway involves sphingomyelin hydrolysis resulting in the production of ceramide, which acts as an important signal in both physiological and pathophysiological settings.< Less
Molecular Biology of Kinetoplastid Parasites By Hemanta K. Majumder
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Paperback: ISBN 978-1-910190-71-5 EAN 9781910190715 Written by a team of authors active in the field of Leishmania and Trypanosoma research, this volume reviews the current research in kinetoplastid... More > parasites. With an emphasis on cellular and molecular biology, areas covered include epigenetic regulation, cellular defence, manipulation of host macrophages, B lymphocyte response, adhesion and invasion of host tissues, immune evasion, immunotherapy, hemeproteins, phospholipids biosynthesis and DNA topoisomerases. A common theme throughout the book is the identification of new therapeutic targets for drug development. This timely and up-to-date volume is essential reading for anyone working on kinetoplastid parasites and will also be of interest to parasitologists, immunologists and drug development researchers. All parasitology laboratories should have a copy of this important reference volume.< Less
Comment soigner vos yeux et vous débarrasser de vos lunettes By Manou Lecardonnel
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Vous supportez vos lunettes comme un mal nécessaire. Mais savez-vous qu’elles ne sont pas une fatalité ? Bonne vue et bonne santé des yeux peuvent... More > s’acquérir avec des procédés naturels. Ils ne demandent qu’un peu d’attention et la pratique de quelques exercices. Basés sur les travaux du célèbre Dr Bates, ils ont amélioré la vue d’un grand nombre de personnes. Imaginezvous débarrassé de ces encombrants verres correcteurs, avec des yeux jamais fatigués, jamais larmoyants et les risques de maladies oculaires écartés. Un rêve qui peut devenir réalité.< Less
Comment rajeunir votre Cerveau par des Toniques naturels By Robert Denryck
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Trouvez-vous que vous avez souvent des trous de mémoire ? Ou plus de difficulté à calculer ou à résoudre des problèmes simples ? Avez-vous... More > régulièrement des moments d’inattention à divers moments de la journée ? Des moments où tout s’embrouille ? “Nous en avons à la naissance près de 14 milliards et, selon les calculs, en comptant que nous en perdions 100.000 par jour, il nous en reste, à 90 ans, plus de 11 milliards et demi ! C’est très suffisant pour fonctionner correctement.” Mais encore faut-il que votre cerveau soit nourri et stimulé suffisamment ! Lisez donc bien ce qui suit, vous y trouverez de nombreux produits naturels qui, à des degrés divers, vont tonifier votre cerveau, le nourrir et lui redonner une seconde jeunesse.< Less

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The CashPT® Blueprint: How I Built and Scaled a Successful Cash-Based Physical Therapy Practice Even When I Was Told It Was Unethical, a Bad Idea and That No One Would Pay More Than Their Copay for Physical Therapy! The CashPT®... By Aaron LeBauer
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