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Specific Purposes and Central Ideas

Specific Purposes and Central Ideas

Specific Purposes and Central Ideas. Choosing A Topic. The first step in speechmaking. Pick a topic that: You know a lot about. You want to know more about. Your audience can relate to or enjoy. What if I can’t think of anything?. Brainstorm List hobbies, interests, attitudes, experiences

By Patman
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Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research: An Intercultural Perspective

Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research: An Intercultural Perspective

Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research: An Intercultural Perspective. LeRoy Walters Kennedy Institute of Ethics Georgetown University. Overview. A visit to the White House Biological background Three policy options Regional maps and policy trends The U.N. debate about cloning

By Faraday
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The Historical Evolution From Embryonic Stem Cell Research to Commercial Cell Therapy By

The Historical Evolution From Embryonic Stem Cell Research to Commercial Cell Therapy By

The Historical Evolution From Embryonic Stem Cell Research to Commercial Cell Therapy By Prof. Morsi Arab University of Alexandria. IN GENE THERAPY We aim to generate a source of cells which can secrete insulin in response to glucose.

By niveditha
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Developmental Neuroscience

Developmental Neuroscience

Developmental Neuroscience. Halo response of an embryonic chick ganglion after incubation with nerve growth factor. (Courtesy of Rita Levi-Montalcini). Embryonic and Fetal Development of the Human Brain. Actual Size. Actual Size. Photographs of Human Fetal Brain Development.

By manning
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No Moral, Legal, Ethical or Religious Issues

No Moral, Legal, Ethical or Religious Issues

No Moral, Legal, Ethical or Religious Issues. What are the benefits?. Dental Benefits (Practice). Ability to offer a service that will potentially cure or save a patients life. Additional source of marketing for your practice (patient for life). Dental Benefits (Patient).

By malcolm
(249 views)

Ethical Clearance of Stem Cell Research and Ethical Aspects of Its Service in Indonesia

Ethical Clearance of Stem Cell Research and Ethical Aspects of Its Service in Indonesia

Ethical Clearance of Stem Cell Research and Ethical Aspects of Its Service in Indonesia. BUDI SAMPURNA FACULTY OF MEDICINE UNIVERSITAS INDONESIA DR CIPTO MANGUNKUSUMO HOSPITAL. Introduction.

By nikki
(424 views)

Cell Cycle : Mitosis & M

Cell Cycle : Mitosis & M

Cell Cycle : Mitosis & M . DNA Structure, Replication & Making Protein. What order should the diagrams on the right be in for mitosis? Number them 1 to 4. Label the DNA d helix:. Backbone made of and . These are

By giza
(170 views)

Stem Cells and Neurological Disorders

Stem Cells and Neurological Disorders

Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells

By lyre
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INTERGROUP COALITION AGAINST SARCOMAS (ICAS)

INTERGROUP COALITION AGAINST SARCOMAS (ICAS)

INTERGROUP COALITION AGAINST SARCOMAS (ICAS). A COMMITTEE FOCUSED ON INTERGROUP DEVELOPMENT OF NEW SARCOMA THERAPEUTICS CALGB ECOG NCIC SWOG Collaborations with COG and ACOSOG Communication with SARC and RTOG.

By kristina
(210 views)

STEM CELLS: FACT, FICTION AND FUTURE

STEM CELLS: FACT, FICTION AND FUTURE

STEM CELLS: FACT, FICTION AND FUTURE. Henry Paulson, MD PhD Lauren Moore, Neuroscience Graduate Student University of Michigan. Disclaimer. The information provided by speakers in any presentation made as part of the 2016 NAF Annual Ataxia Conference is for informational use only.

By josiah
(757 views)

Cell division: mitosis and meiosis

Cell division: mitosis and meiosis

Cell division: mitosis and meiosis. Dividing cells II. Mitosis and the cell cycle III. Stages of mitosis A. Prophase B. Metaphase C. Anaphase D. Telophase IV. Stem cells V. Telomeres and telomerase VI. Cancer cells VII. Meiosis VIII. Gametogenesis. Binary Fission- prokaryotes.

By corby
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DR.J.SUGUNABAI DR.J.SUGUNABAI ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRY

DR.J.SUGUNABAI DR.J.SUGUNABAI ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRY

DR.J.SUGUNABAI DR.J.SUGUNABAI ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRY. STEM CELLS. A cell that has the ability to continuously divide and differentiate (develop) into various other kind(s) of cells/tissues. Stem Cell Characteristics. ‘Blank cells’ (unspecialized)

By amber
(445 views)

STEM CELL RESEARCH

STEM CELL RESEARCH

STEM CELL RESEARCH. PRESENTED BY ERIK FLORIN ROGER TANISAKI. History. Began in mid 1800’s Early 1900’s. ERNEST A. McCULLOCH. Four of Canada's top research scientist, (front) Dr. Ernest McCulloch, (left to right) Drs. Tony Pawson, Jim Till and Tak Mak. JAMES THOMSON.

By toyah
(154 views)

Closer look at Korean patent documents - To find a way to be the PCT Minimum Documentation -

Closer look at Korean patent documents - To find a way to be the PCT Minimum Documentation -

Closer look at Korean patent documents - To find a way to be the PCT Minimum Documentation - . F eb. 21 - 25, 2005. KIM, Tae-man Director, Information Planning Division Korean Intellectual Property Office. Traditional Knowledge, Non-Patent Literatures, …

By amil
(164 views)

Stem Cells: Ethical Considerations

Stem Cells: Ethical Considerations

Stem Cells: Ethical Considerations. David Orentlicher, MD, JD Indiana Schools of Law and Medicine March 25, 2009. What are stem cells?. Original Cell (totipotent) Embryonic Stem Cells (pluripotent) ? Induced pluripotential stem cells Adult Stem Cells (multipotent)

By stacy
(424 views)

Chronic Myeloid Leukemia

Chronic Myeloid Leukemia

Chronic Myeloid Leukemia. CML. CML :Chronic Myeloid Leukemia - Summary -. Clonal myeloproliferative disorder of pluripotent stem cells  proliferation, apoptosis ,defective adhesion Cytogenetic hallmark: Ph chromosome Molecular hallmark: BCR/ABL BCR/ABL initiation-causative event in CML.

By dakota
(269 views)

Mastocytosis

Mastocytosis

Mastocytosis. Proliferation of mast cells accumulation in organs Heterogen. manifestations (spontan. regression x aggresive) Cutaneous Systemic. Mastocytosis. 80%: cutaneous - children several clinicopathological categories no sex predilection no codon 816 mutation

By lin
(785 views)

Chapter 24, Future Design Issues

Chapter 24, Future Design Issues

Chapter 24, Future Design Issues. Paul King. NSF SBIR/STTR solicitations. Geonomics Proteonomics Bioinformatics Biochips Combinatory Biotechnology Computational Biotechnology Environmental biotechnology. NSF SBIR/STTR solicitations. Ecological Engineering

By ryu
(109 views)

THE IMMUNE SYSTEM

THE IMMUNE SYSTEM

THE IMMUNE SYSTEM. The Invaders. The Defender. COMPONENTS OF THE IMMUNE SYSTEM. Cellular components of the immune system. Lymphocytes. Granulocytes. Others. Phagocytes. B-cell. Mononuclear phagocyte. Basophil. Platelets. T-cell. Neurtrophil. Mast cell. Large granular lymphocyte.

By aricin
(189 views)

Introducing STEM CELLS

Introducing STEM CELLS

Introducing STEM CELLS. Teachers in Residence Programme Colm Caomhánach and Róisín Ní Bhraiain. How animals are ‘organised ’. Cells. Stem cells are special because: 1) They can copy themselves. (Not all cells can do this!) 2) They can make other types of cells.

By stormy
(95 views)

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