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Cell Mechanism To Form Fat
Muscle growth: Many men desire muscular development and this has been so probably for many thousands of years. As a physician I have seen this done consistently well and healthy through sensible weight training which stimulates muscle development through human growth factor, Testosterone and other natural endogenous substances. Avoid exogenous supplements (such as steroids and probably Mechano ) Go natural! ...Read more
How often do glial cells multiply and divide? Particularly glial cells in the brain stem? What causes cancer to form here? How many mutations?
What is the mechanism that the body uses to create fat cells in adults? And how does the body choose where to produce/store fat?
Physiology: You are asking us a question that would take a whole textbook to answer. This forum is not designed to teach you science or provide you with a whole textbook lesson on physiology. We are happy to answer specific question about specific symptoms or problems. But you are asking something that we cannot answer specifically in only 400 characters. ...Read more
Glial cells usually: There are many different types of brain tumors that arise from different cell types. The glial cells include astrocytes and oligodendrocytes. malignant neuronal tumors arise from primitive neuronal cells, not mature neurons. Glial tumors are more common in adults than neuronal tumors, but in children it is the opposite, and neuroblastic tumors are more common. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If cell membrane rupture, can contents flowing out of the ruptured cell react with compounds in the extracellular fluid to form another compound? Why?
Yes: Yes. That is chemistry. In a living organism it is Biology/ Physiology. Happens all the time e.g . Malaria Parasite getting into the body through a Mosquito Bite (Extracellular), the parasites traveling to the liver & infecting Red Blood Cells (Intracellular) which then Burst from much parasite multiplication. Others like HIV AIDS also. ...Read more
Which ingredient is the best way fight wrinkles? Retinol, peptides, collagen, stem cells, plancenta, amino acids or vitamin C
Growth factors: We have known since the 70s that retinoids and retinols are great collagen stimulators (which equals wrinkle fighters). In this century, we developed collagen growth factors which are derived from actual human skin and are necessary for collagen to thrive, thus reducing and eliminating wrinkles. Note i did not say "appearance of wrinkles". Skinmedica is my favorite product to contain these. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If cells such as T cells and NK killer cells ATTACK organs or neurons but don't produce Antibodies what methods are used to diagnose this ?
Clinical diagnosis: Clinical diagnosis by an appropriately trained rheumtologist ...Read more
Unregulated growth: The "cell clock" is often referred to as the cell cycle. Think of this as a series of stop and go lights during the lifetime of a cell. Mutations can change a "stop light" to a "green light" resulting in unregulated growth of cells. That unregulated growth can result in the cancer. ...Read more
Be good 2your liver: Insulin causes skeletal muscle and fat cells to absorb blood glucose. This glucose often comes from the liver after glycogenolysis. This is the breakdown of glycogens, which are the sugars your liver stores in long chains to use later. the release of blood sugar from these glycogen chains is done via the enzyme glycogen phosphorylase. ...Read more
Graft vs leukemia: A stem cell transplant (SCT) is often given after high doses of chemotherapy, which by itself is very effective against leukemia. But that's not the whole story. Typically, SCT for leukemia are donated by another person (allogeneic). Minor antigenic differences between donor and patient will cause immune cells in the graft to react against against the tumor (graft vs tumor effect). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes progress made: Use of fat derived adult stem cells have produced pancreatic tissues in tissue culture, but not yet in living patients. These stromal cells are capable of becoming a large variety of tissue types, and are found close to the microblood vessels through out body. The ability to "grow" solid tissues is considered within the next decade. At this point, injection therapy in animals is currently testg. ...Read more
Amongst others, IgE: IgE is an antibody that binds to the mast cell surface (aka "allergy antibody"). Its binding to an allergen causes the mast cell to deganulate. Non-IgE molecules can also cause mast cells to degranulate or just lower the threshold level for degranulation. These include signalling molecules (cytokines/hormones), drugs such as narcotics and NSAIDS, neuropeptides, tissue injury and microbes/toxins ...Read more
There are: literally millions of genes that control cell growth not only in pancreatic tissue but throughout the entire body. Why do you ask? ...Read more
Molecular disease: Hi. Sickle cell anemia (SCA) was the FIRST described molecular basis of disease - very historic. The mutated hemoglobin gene makes a mutant hemoglobin protein called hemoglobin S (HbS). In low oxygen and/or acidic conditions, HbS is less soluble and precipitates in the red cell, producing the characteristic sickle shape of the red cell. Homozygous S/S get sick; heterozygous A/S resist malaria. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Technical: Most vitamin a is stored in the liver, some in fatty tissues, as retinol. When needed by the body, retinol combines with a plasma-specific transport protein, retinol-binding protein (rbp). The rbp-retinol complex is secreted into the blood where it combines with a larger protein transthyretin. The transthyretin-rbp-retinol complex circulates in the blood, delivering the retinol to tissues. ...Read more
Is there anyway to stimulate production of your nk (natural killer) cells? Ie special diet, supplements, immunotherapy, etc
No: In fact, too much nk cells can cause serious illnesses. The body needs to work in a balanced fashion, too little or too much of a component tends to make one less healthy or even seriously ill. You need nk cells for defense but when the defense gets too intense, it can cause collateral damages in your body. ...Read more
Can chemical mutagens which enter the testis cause all the spermatogonial stem cells to mutate such that sperm will permanently contain the mutation?
Not likely: It may cause mutations in some or most but unlikely to damage "all" the stem cells. Unless there's a huge dose which would affect other parts of the body as well. As with everything in nature there are outliers that don't get affected or are severely effected by any given event. ...Read more
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