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  • Benign breast disease comprises a wide range of conditions which worry patients, which vex physicians, which are vastly more common than breast cancer, and yet which have to date received relatively little attention in the medical literature. It is therefore a particular pleasure for me to introduce the third edition of Hughes, Mansel & Webster’s Benign Disorders and Diseases of the Breast, a unique and classic work which fully succeeds in addressing this imbalance and builds on the substantial and well-deserved success of the first (1989) and second (2000) editions.

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  • In spite of the massive efforts being made worldwide to understand molecular genetics and epigenetic factors responsible for the initiation and progression of cancer, the statistics on this malignancy have remained enormously negative; the following data testify to this unfortunate human condition. There are more than 100 types of cancers that can inflict any part of the body. In 2005, 7.6 million people died of cancer, which makes up 13% of the 58 million deaths worldwide. Approximately 1.

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  • Testing was performed in the gait laboratory of the City Hospital Waid in Zurich, Switzerland. To measure steady state walking, the central 7.32 m active sensor area of the GAITRite® system was used as the test distance. During the measurements, the subjects walked on the walkway while wearing their own comfortable clothing and low-heeled habitual shoes.

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  • A variety of conditions may occur in the breast. Starting from congenital abnormalities, conditions due to hormonal changes throughout reproductive life and physiological differences due to pregnancy and lactation are known.

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  • (BQ) Part 2 book "Diagnostic breast imaging - Mammography, sonography, magnetic resonance imaging and interventional procedures" presents the following contents: The normal breast, benign breast disorders, benign tumors, inflammatory conditions, invasive carcinoma, lymph nodes, the male breast,...

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  • This edition aims to present some relevant topics in the histopathology area that may be of interest for medical doctors and for other professionals interested in pathology. Histopathology applies basic knowledge obtained from biologic and anatomic science to make diagnosis, to determine the severity and progress of a condition and to evaluate the possible response to certain therapies. Thus, it is not surprising that this discipline constantly expands with progresses produced in biology.

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  • HAVE you been on many diets? No matter how hard you try, do you always regain the weight you take off? Do you regain even more weight after a diet? Have you tried again and again to lose weight yet can’t seem to achieve satisfying results? Are you puzzled about your extra weight, because you really don’t feel that you overeat? Is it always those last few pounds that cause you to become unbelievably frustrated? Do you have certain health conditions (such as migraines, indigestion, etc.

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  • The transparency of the body beneath the drapery is a clear reference point to the female reclining figures from the Parthenon pediment sculptures. This is obvious in Albert Moore’s Beads (1875), which depicts two young women reclining asleep in different positions on a soft fabric bench with their legs, breasts, nipples and small folds of their stomachs clearly visible beneath their white diaphanous Greek clothes.

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  • Against this backdrop, and assuming that policy actions at the European and Member-State level will continue to rein in the sovereign-debt crisis, thus allowing an easing of financing conditions and a return of confidence, the EU economy is expected to stabilise at the turn of the year and to embark on a moderate recovery path thereafter. With strong internal headwinds holding back domestic demand, net exports are likely to remain the most important growth driver next year.

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  • Each condition is examined using the following protocol: The alphabetical listing of conditions includes environment, exercise/movement, herbs/essential oils, mindset, nutrition (what to eat, drink, and avoid), stress management, supplements, and touch. If current research-based evidence was not available from a search of www.pubmed.com or a Google search, that element was omitted (e.g., herbs/essential oils or stress management may not appear for certain conditions, even if practitioners do use them)....

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  • Although women account for more physician office visits than men, most women receive diagnoses and treatments based on what has worked for men. Until recently, medical research has largely ignored many health issues important to women, and women have long been under-represented in clinical trials. Many health education programs have realized this inequity and have begun to incorporate women’s health programs into their curriculum.

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  • G-rich GT oligonucleotides with a different content of G clusters have been evaluated for their ability to exert cytotoxicity and to bind to nuclear-associated proteins in T-lymphoblast CCRF-CEM cells. Only the oligomers that did not form G-based structures or had a poor structure, under physiological conditions, were able to exert significant cellular growth inhibition effect.

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  • Organisms subject to changing environmental conditions or experimental protocols show complex patterns of responses. The design principles behind these patterns are still poorly understood. Here, modular metabolic control analysis is developed to deal with large changes in branched pathways.

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  • Obesity and related metabolic diseases, such as type 2 diabetes, hyperten-sion and hyperlipidemia are an increasingly prevalent medical and social problem in developed and developing countries. These conditions are asso-ciated with increased risk of cardiovascular disease, the leading cause of death.

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  • In biotechnology, the use of Escherichia colifor recombinant protein pro-duction has a long tradition, although the optimal production conditions for certain proteins are still not evident. The most favorable conditions for protein production vary with the gene product.

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  • The cytochromecd1nitrite reductase fromParacoccus pantotrophuscatalyses the one electron reduction of nitrite to nitric oxide using two heme cofactors. The site of nitrite reduction is thed1 heme, which is synthesized under anaer-obic conditions by usingnirECFD-LGHJNgene products.

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  • Positivity rates appear low in these populations, around 4 to 7 percent, except for a 32 percent positivity rate for VILI in Angola. Investigators noted that many test providers were not able to distinguish the color changes seen in VILI-positive cases from irrelevant conditions such as ectropion or inflammation, in spite of repeated training. This may be a limitation of VILI in these settings. Another challenge identified in the studies was providing appropriate treatment.

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  • In animal cells, many proteins have been shown to undergo glutathionyla-tion under conditions of oxidative stress. By contrast, very little is known about this post-translational modification in plants. In the present work, we showed, using mass spectrometry, that the recombinant chloroplast A4-glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase (A4-GAPDH) from Arabid-opsis thaliana is glutathionylated with either oxidized glutathione or reduced glutathione and H2O2.

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  • Human colon adenocarcinoma cells (HT29-ATCC) and the clone HT29-5F7 were cultured under conditions that differentiate cells to a polarized intestinal phenotype. Differentiated cells showed the presence of junctional complexes and intercellular lumina bordered by microvilli. Intestinal brush border hydrolase activities (sucrase, aminopeptidase N, lactase and mal-tase) were detected mainly in differentiated HT29-ATCC cells compared with the differentiated clone, HT29-5F7.

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  • Cone snails comprise500 species of venomous molluscs, which have evolved the ability to generate multiple toxins with varied and often exquisite selectivity. One class, the a-conotoxins, is proving to be a powerful tool for the differentiation of nicotinic acetylcholine receptors (nAChRs). These comprise a large family of complex subtypes, whose significance in physiological functions and pathological conditions is increasingly becoming apparent.

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