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Doctor insights on: Examples Of Biotechnology Products

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Could you tell me what is the significance of recombinant insulin in history of biotechnology development?

Could you tell me what is the significance of recombinant insulin in history of biotechnology development?

A remarkable first: Hi. Recombinant human insulin was the first recombinant human protein to become clinically available. Since then, an explosion in the biologicals field! ...Read more

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How to think about using genetically-modified bacteria (biotechnology) to fight cancer at johns hopkins.?

How to think about using genetically-modified bacteria (biotechnology) to fight cancer at johns hopkins.?

Be grateful: Biotechnology is the basis of much of modern medicine. All the scare claims, the vile language ("Nazi science! Tinkering with nature! ") has come to absolutely nothing. When the benefits of gene work in human health became so obvious, the scaremongers switched their attacks to agriculture instead. You need to stop reading scare blogs and be grateful for the amazing new treatments we have today. ...Read more

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This is a scientific question: can breast milk be geneticly produced using biotechnology and molecular biology?

This is a scientific question: can breast milk be geneticly produced using biotechnology and molecular biology?

No: There are products of living systems in breast milk like immunoglobulin a that can not be replicated synthetically. The easy absorption of various nutrients in breast milk has also never been replicated in more than 3 decades of breast milk research. ...Read more

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Can you tell me an example of a discovery, product, or innovation since 1900 that proved to be bad science, untrue, etc?

Loaded question: I would say, in general, as things were discovered or advised they were done so in the time that the evidence and prevailing consensus was positive for that particular product, etc. Over time, as is common (or should be) in science, new information comes about and this is incorporated into what we know and a true scientist is not afraid to adapt, change or even renounce a formerly held belief. ...Read more

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What is an example of an abnormal result of a lung perfusion scan?

What is an example of an abnormal result of a lung perfusion scan?

V/Q mismatch: "ventilation - perfusion mismatch consistent with a high risk of pulmonary embolism.". ...Read more

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Can u give me an example of OTC product cleanser contain benoxyl peroxide for pimples in my face?

Can u give me an example of OTC product cleanser contain benoxyl peroxide for pimples in my face?

Lots of choices.: There are literally hundreds of benzoyl peroxide products, and at least have of them are cleansers. Panoxyl, topix, clean & clear, neutrogena...The list is endless. In addition you should also get a benzoyl peroxide cream or gel to apply twice a day. And be aware that benzoyl peroxide is a bleaching agent - so don't get it on your clothes, or you'll have permanent white spots! ...Read more

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Is it possible that Zantac, being a histamine blocker, could cause higher histamine production when coming off of it, resulting in development of allergies? For example consuming diet soda can result in insulin spikes in some cases, possibly leading to di

Is it possible that Zantac, being a histamine blocker, could cause higher histamine production when coming off of it, resulting in development of allergies? For example consuming diet soda can result in insulin spikes in some cases, possibly leading to di

No: Zantac (ranitidine) is a histamine 2 receptor reverse agonist and would not significantly affect histamine production. When withdrawn. There is a theoretical possibility that Zantac (ranitidine) itself may lead to more histamine release by blocking the histamine 2 receptor (which acts as a feedback switch) but this has not been clinically a significant issue. ...Read more

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Hi I got a nose piercing changed from a stud to a hoop and soon after a keloid formed I ve tried salt water rinses and saline solutions for about a month with no result is there anything else I can try for example do aspirin pastes work at all before seei

Hi I got a nose piercing changed from a stud to a hoop and soon after a keloid formed I ve tried salt water rinses and saline solutions for about a month with no result is there anything else I can try for example do aspirin pastes work at all before seei

No to aspirin pastes: If you really have a keloid, Aspirin pastes will not work. Neither will any other creams, pastes, or potions.
Non surgical treatment of keloids with injections of steroids, like kenalog (triamcinolone), (triamcinolone) may improve the keloid. If this does not work after several treatments, 6 weeks apart. Then surgical excision with possible radiation therapy or kenalog (triamcinolone) injections may be needed. ...Read more

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What is the processed and refined foods? And what is an example of them?

What is the processed and refined foods? And what is an example of them?

Avoid them!: Hi. Availability of processed and refined foods correlates perfectly with societal risk of obesity and type 2 diabetes. Processing/refining concentrates calories and removes healthy components of whole foods. Eat whole grains, not white. Almost all prepared and definitely all fast foods are poison for society. ...Read more

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What is an example of quackery?

Tarot cards: Readng the future by means of these cards. ...Read more

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Is Pagets disease an example of an eponym?

Is Pagets disease an example of an eponym?

Yes: An eponym is a person, a place, or thing for whom or for which something is named. Sir James Paget first described Paget disease (PD) of the breast in 1874. He also described Pagets disease of bone. He served both as a well known surgeon as well as Pathologist in the mid 18 hundreds. His famous works included Lectures on Tumours (1851) and Lectures on Surgical Pathology (1853) ...Read more

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What is example of a nonessential nutrient?

What is example of a nonessential nutrient?

Body makes it: Building blocks of proteins, called Amino Acids - some we can make from other substances, some we have to ingest - you can find lists in biochemistry or nutrition sites or books. Cholesterol is an example of a nonessential nutrient. We need it to build hormones. We consume it but we also make it from smaller substances, so nutrient but nonessential. ...Read more

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I need an example of a meal plan for a week.

I need an example of a meal plan for a week.

Nutrition app: There are several nutrition apps on the internet you can download for your use. Consult your physician for nutritional guidance when using any of these apps ...Read more

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What is an example of defect in angiogenesis?

What is an example of defect in angiogenesis?

Cancer: Abnormal blood vessels both structurally and functional. Cancer is a classic example of both. Just look closely at the circulation inside a big cancer and you will see the defective angiogenesis. ...Read more

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What is an example of a psychosomatic illness?

What is an example of a psychosomatic illness?

Stress headache: Psychosomatic illnesses are physical complaints caused by (conscious) psychological stress. Examples: headache due to anxiety, backache due to anger, stomachache due to depressed mood. ...Read more

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What is an example of a helpful mutation in humans?

What is an example of a helpful mutation in humans?

All healthy genes: Every one of our genes has mutated repeatedly and been selected for over the course of evolution. Now, I happen to carry a mutant iron transporter that makes it easier for me to keep my iron supplies loaded despite donating blood. Two doses can make me sick. Beneficial mutations usually don't get detected. One mutant erythropoietin receptor created a family of world-class athletes. Etc. ...Read more

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Could you give me an example of holistic healthcare?

Could you give me an example of holistic healthcare?

Theory vs. Practice?: In theory, wholistic takes into account that health/disease is beyond body issues. As embodied souls connected to a mind, complex+fragile brain controlling a complex+fragile body with millions of orders/sec, issues of health/disease are integrated at all levels, not just body ; not just reactions to body issues/handicaps/pain. Unfortunately, in my experience, most offered is low quality/simplistic. ...Read more

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What's the quickest way to lose weight, 15 lbs for example?

What's the quickest way to lose weight, 15 lbs for example?

Weight loss: Eat a plant based diet and exercise daily in your target zone, a little breathy for at least 50 minutes. Best. ...Read more

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What is an example of quackery and self-fulfilling phophecy?

What is an example of quackery and self-fulfilling phophecy?

Suggestibility: If you are told that if you pray long and hard good things will come your way. Soko gokai. ...Read more

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Can you give an example of a behavior that demonstrates mania?

Can you give an example of a behavior that demonstrates mania?

One example.: One of my patients did this when I lived in japan. He ran down the road against traffic. He ran onto the hood of each car and over the top of each vehicle. He did this to quite a few cars before he was picked up. He was very energetic & impulsive. Judgment was nil. ...Read more

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Can you tell me an example of injuries caused by traffic accidents?

Can you tell me an example of injuries caused by traffic accidents?

Ankle fractures...: Pilon fracture, Lis Franc's dislocation, open ankle fracture, patella fracture....to name a few of a very long list... ...Read more

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What is an example of a faith-based barrier in regards to medical procedures?

What is an example of a faith-based barrier in regards to medical procedures?

Pray for Health: A common finding is folks whose faith will not allow them to accept blood or blood products. This can limit surgery and other treatments that cause bleeding. Another is the belief that medical care is not necessary if one prays. Important to know that prayer is answered in many ways, like sending doctors and blood to save the day. Being a Doctor is a calling, and having a good one, a blessing. ...Read more

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Is it possible to get "addicted" to any kind of substance, for example, a food?

Is it possible to get "addicted" to any kind of substance, for example, a food?

Psych: There is a difference between physiologic addiction and psychogical addiction. For example herion, tobacco and alcohol are physiologic. You will have symptoms of withdraw if you use long enough. Psychologically you may crave or need something like a certain food but if you don't get it you will not have any symptoms. Addiction is very complex. ...Read more

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I need to know what's an example of how kohlbergs theory can be applied in nursing?

See below: The is moral development and in nursing as well as medicine the best way to do this is by example-for if you present the best there'd is others will follow. ...Read more