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    What is the Secretome

    What is the Secretome? The secretome is a term used to refer to all of the genes and their regulatory elements that are involved in regulating gene expression (the actual activity of genes). These elements include transcription factors, DNA methylation sites, histone marks, protein complexes and other molecular components. The secretome comprises ~10% of total […] More

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    What is the Hepatic Microsomal Enzyme System

    What is the Hepatic Microsomal Enzyme System? The liver contains two major groups of cells: hepatocytes (which make up most of the cell mass) and cholangiocytes (which produce bile). These are called the hepatocellular and cholangiocytic cells respectively. Both types of cells have their own DNA, RNA, proteins, lipids, carbohydrates and vitamins. Cholesterol is one […] More

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    What is the 5:2 Diet

    What is the 5:2 Diet? The 5:2 Diet is a low carbohydrate, high fat (LCHF) eating plan. LCHF stands for Low Carb High Fat. The name comes from the fact that your body burns through stored fats rather than carbs when it needs energy. Your body will burn through carbohydrates if you eat too many […] More

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    What is Tendinosis

    What Is Tendinosis? Tendinosis is a condition in which the tendons become inflamed. The inflammation causes pain and stiffness in the affected area. It may cause swelling or tenderness. In some cases, it may lead to deformity of the bones (osteoporosis). Tendinitis can affect any part of your body but most commonly affects your wrists, […] More

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    What is Structural Genomics

    What Is Pancreatitis? Pancreas is a gland located in your stomach. It produces digestive enzymes and hormones which help break down food into useful substances such as energy, water, and nutrients. The pancreas also secretes digestive juices (hormones) to regulate the digestion of foods. When there are too many acids or carbohydrates in the blood […] More

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    What is Spasticity

    What is Spasticity? Spasticity (also known as myoclonus or spasm) refers to involuntary muscle contractions that are often associated with multiple sclerosis (MS). The term “spasms” may refer to any type of involuntary movement, but these movements tend to involve one or more muscles in the body. For example, when someone’s jaw clenches shut, their […] More

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    What is Sheehan’s Syndrome

    What Is Sheehan’s Syndrome? Sheehan syndrome (SS) is a rare genetic disorder characterized by the presence of three autosomal recessive disorders: Pervasive Developmental Disorder Not Otherwise Specified (PDD-NOS), Fragile X syndrome, and Rett syndrome. The SS patients are born with physical characteristics typical of their respective syndromes but lack certain features common to all other […] More

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