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Subepithelial Cell Telocytes Are Prelymphatic Endothelial Cells

Subepithelial cell telocytes is the name give to interstitial cells with small cellular bodies, bearing prolongations (telopodes) that are extremely thin, long and moniliform. It has been emphasised that the telopodial emergence and the size of the cell body and telopodes should differentiate TCs from various types of fibroblasts. In TCs, cell prolongations directly emerge…

Vitamin D receptor in primary human myoblasts

Vitamins D Receptor Impact In Primary Human Myoblasts

Vitamins D; Adequate Vitamin D concentrations play a key role in skeletal health. Although there is no agreement on optimal plasma levels of Vitamin D, it is apparent that blood precursor/pre hormone 25-hydroxyvitamin D [25(OH)D] levels are often below recommended ranges for the general population. Prevention of the well-described disorders of rickets and osteomalacia relating…

Thyroid Hormone Levels In Children With Epilepsy

Thyroid Hormone Levels In Children With Epilepsy

Carbamazepine (CBZ) and levetiracetam (LEV) are among the first-line agents used in the treatment of partial seizures; While previous studies have demonstrated that CBZ and LEV are equally effective for the treatment of newly diagnosing epilepsy in both adults and children; long-term adverse effects also play a role in the choice of antiepileptic drug (AED).…

Cytoskeleton Cell's Stabilized By Molecular Scissors

Cytoskeleton Cell’s Stabilized By Molecular Scissors

The structure of important enzymes in human cells that alter essential building blocks of the cellular cytoskeleton; and this revealing the missing part of a cycle; that regulating the build up or breakdown of supporting elements of the Cytoskeleton cell. The enzymes investigated work as molecular scissors and can be involving in the development of…

Turmeric Compounds Stops Cancer Cell Growth

Turmeric Compounds Stops Cancer Cell Growth

Present young patients with bone cancer are often treating with high doses of chemotherapy before and after surgery; many of which have harmful side effects. Thus study developing a drug delivery system using curcumin; the main ingredient in the spice turmeric; that successfully inhibits bone cancer cells while promoting growth of healthy bone cells. The…

Skeletal Myogenesis Regulation By MicroRNAs

Skeletal Myogenesis Regulation By MicroRNAs

As skeletal muscle is the most abundant tissue in mammal’s body; It is a highly contractile and dynamic tissue with striking plasticity; In mammals, skeletal muscle cell is originating from the embryonic mesoderm and lateral mesoderm; forming embryonic somite which differentiates into dermomyotome and then compartmentalizing into the myotome and myogenesis regulation. Skeletal muscle development…

Cancer Cell Clusters As Primary Vehicles

Cancer Cell Clusters As Primary Vehicles

The identification of circulating cancer cell clusters; as primary vehicles of the metastatic process have opened up a new therapeutic target space holding great promise; where cancer touching nearly everyone in one way or another; and regrettably; it will claim another 600,000 lives in the U.S. But 90% of cancer deaths are due to metastases; when…

Mitochondria Oxidative Phosphorylation During Cell Proliferation

Mitochondria Oxidative Phosphorylation During Cell Proliferation

Mitochondria are the powerhouses of the cell. And for mitochondria; much like for double header engines stacked together in a steam train; working in multiples has its benefits; when cells divide rapidly; their mitochondria are fusing together. In this configuration, the cell is able to more efficiently use oxygen for energy. Fused mitochondria also churn…

Cells That Transport Water Through The Tree

Cells That Transport Water Through The Tree

Ponderosa longevity might hinge on the shape of microscopic valve like structures between the cells that transport water through the tree; The researchers sampled growth rates of ponderosa pine trees of varying ages at two remote sites. Research studying the structural traits of the trees xylem vascular tissue; that transports water and minerals through the…

Forgotten Organs such as the spleen hold clues about the disease's effect on the body

Forgotten Organs May Hold Clues To New Type-2 Diabetes Treatment

Forgotten Organs; Immune disorders associated with type 2 diabetes could be better managed thanks to new research that shows that “forgotten organs” such as the spleen hold clues about the disease’s effect on the body. The new findings, published in Metabolomics today (Monday 10 June) found that important organs such as the spleen, kidneys and…

Extracellular Gate Shapes The Energy Profile Of ABC Exporter

Extracellular Gate Shapes The Energy Profile Of ABC Exporter

ABC exporters consume energy when transporting molecules out of the cells; obtaining this from the splitting of the energy storage molecule ATP on the inside of the membrane; the ABC exporter is comprised of 3 areas; the energy providing motor inside the cell; a connector that extends through the cell membrane; and a gate on…

Cells And Animals Cannibalism Can Transfer Harmful Substances

Cells And Animals Cannibalism Can Transfer Harmful Substances

In both cells and animals, cannibalism can transfer harmful substances from the consumed to the consumer. Macrophages are immune cells that consume their own dead via a process called cannibalistic efferocytosis; but the cell cannibalism has been an underappreciated dynamic in the development of inflammatory diseases. As with environmental ecosystems, cannibalism can transfer harmful substances…