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    Study of dielectric properties of biological cells and particles is a growing field of interest in present-day biomedical applications. Dielectric properties of cells are widely used in dielectrophoretic (DEP) based separation and manipulation of various cell types and particles. In addition, dielectric properties of the biological cells can be used to monitor changes in cells’ biophysical parameters and provides an inspection to their physical status [1,2]. Different methodologies are employed

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    largely impairing insulin signalling (Foti et al., 2005). Inactivation of the HMGA2 gene causes the mouse pygmy phenotype, and a deficiency in fat tissue, probably due to affected fat-cell proliferation (Anand and Chada, 2000; Zhou et al., 1995). Moreover, mouse HMGA2 is target of a regulatory miRNA and is involved in stem cell aging (Hammond and Sharpless, 2008). Plant HMGA proteins bind A/T-rich DNA and they display high affinity for four-way junction DNA (Nieto-Sotelo et al., 1994; Webster et al., 1997;

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    Down Syndrome

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    To all parents, a newborn child is a small miracle, perfect and beautiful in every way. However, in many situations the parents of these miracles learn that their children are “not normal.” Every year 6,000 parents across the country are informed that their child has a genetic disorder called Down Syndrome (“National Down Syndrome Society,” n.d.). Within a matter of minutes parents learn that children with Down Syndrome can also have a variety of other conditions and disorders, will not develop in

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    statistically reliable results in a short period of time. Ideally, all cells within an organism contain the same amount of DNA. DNA damage results from the breakage and rearrangement of chromosomes and from interference with the normal segregation of chromosome during cell division. Double strand breaks are the most important DNA lesions caused by ionizing radiation and other damages from exposure to genotoxic agents resulting in cells with an abnormally high or low DNA content. This variability can be

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    Heavy Metal Tungsten

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    the media. However, recent findings suggest that tungsten may have detrimental effects on biological systems. cells induced to undergo apoptosis by topotecan treatment (Kratzmeier et al., 1999). Cytoplasmic pools in histone H1 in murine hepatocytes have also previously been identified (Zlatanova et al., 1990), as well as the presence of cytoplasmic H1 in intestinal villi cells undergoing apoptosis (Rose et al., 1998). While a functional connection between the cytoplasmic localization of

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    There are less than three hundred cases of Hutchinson Gilford Progeria Syndrome in the world.(Asselin, 2014) The possibility of being born with it is obviously extremely small. Even though the possibility is small, the need to know about it and understand it is great. The people impacted by HGPS are merely children. They are innocent children with their lives cut short. All of this happens because of a small change in their genes. Hutchinson Gilford Progeria Syndrome is a genetic disorder that causes

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    address this problem, protein turnover and protein mobility must both be assessed. Typical techniques existing for sys- tematically measuring protein turnover and trafficking have two obvious lim- itations. One is that they can’t be used in living cells. Another is that, nor- mally this would require more than one method to achieve this goal, which makes the procedure complex. However, a new type of fluorescent protein timer now makes it possible to jointly follow turnover and movement. Fluorescent

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    Confocal Microscopy Lab

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    canal inner rim depends on cheerio.” Genetics. 145, 1063-1072 Shilling, Kristen (David S. Richard). “Ovarian nurse cell ring canal formation in wild- type and insulin signaling mutant female Drosophila melanogaster.” Tilney, L.G., M.S. Tilney, and G.M. Guild. 1996. “Formation of actin filament bundles in the ring canals of developing Drosophila follicles.” The Journal of Cell Biology. 133, 61-74. Weeks, Eric. 2003. “How does a confocal microscope work?” Physics Department, Emory University

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    effects of progeria on immune system

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    Deficiencies in DNA Damage Recognition and Repair in HGPS Cells: Progeria causes chromatin perturbations, which result in the formation of DSBs (double-strand breaks) and abnormal DDR (DNA-damage response). Progerin may disrupt DDR pathways in HGPS cells. Progerin accumulation results in disruption of functions of some replication and repair factors, causing the mislocalization of XPA protein to the replication forks, replication fork stalling and, subsequently, DNA DSBs. The binding of XPA to the

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    Cell Anatomy Essay

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    Animal Cell Anatomy The cell is the basic unit of life. All organisms are made up of cells (or in some cases, a single cell). Most cells are very small; most are invisible without using a microscope. Cells are covered by a cell membrane and come in many different shapes. The contents of a cell are called the protoplasm. The following is a glossary of animal cell terms: Cell membrane - the thin layer of protein and fat that surrounds the cell. The cell membrane is semipermeable, allowing some substances

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