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I had IntraLasik done 2 months ago, epithelium came off during the surgery and new cells didn't want to grow properly and stick to membrane.Why?

I had IntraLasik done 2 months ago, epithelium came off during the surgery and new cells didn't want to grow properly and stick to membrane.Why?

What to do?: I can't tell you why. It could be due to so many things...starting with your food choices. For more progressive treatment you might look up and try blood serum eye drops. www.blatmanhealthandwellness.com ...Read more

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How does cholesterol affect our cell membrane fluidity?

How does cholesterol affect our cell membrane fluidity?

It's complicated: Cholesterol stabilizes membranes and keeps them from melting / breaking down at both high and low temperatures but by different mechanisms. This is some serious physical chemistry. Ignore all the "pop" accounts you'll find online and ask a teacher at a good junior college. ...Read more

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Does the consumption of alcohol shorten your lifespan by increased cell division?

Does the consumption of alcohol shorten your lifespan by increased cell division?

No. just no.: First, it isn't at all clear that mild drinking SHORTENS lifespan--it pretty much has always been associated with decreased cardiac events. Second, Bone marrow is the organ affected by loss of stem cell function first, Although alcoholics MAY have bone marrow inhibition from a variety of reasons, it can clear up with abstinence. ...Read more

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Why do the liver cells of people who abuse alcohol and drugs have an increased amount of smooth tissue?

Why do the liver cells of people who abuse alcohol and drugs have an increased amount of smooth tissue?

Alcoholic liver : Not sure what you mean by smooth tissue. Generally, early in the disease alcoholics get more fat in their liver, followed shortly by liver inflammation, and eventually by fibrosis or scarring of the liver. At that point the liver appears shrunken. and hard in texture. .Best to try to quit drinking now. Your doctor can provide help. Good luck. ...Read more

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What are integrins in the cell membrane?

What are integrins in the cell membrane?

Integrin: Integrins are receptors that mediate the attachment between a cell and the tissues that surround it, such as other cells or the extracellular matrix (ecm. ...Read more

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Can snakevenom lyse cell membrane?

Can snakevenom lyse cell membrane?

Yes: There's a variety of different toxins secreted by the salivary glands of venomous snakes. Depending on the species, some venoms attack nerves(neurotoxins), heart muscle(cardio toxins), blood cells (hemotoxins), cell membranes (phospholipases). The latter would cause lysis of cell membranes. ...Read more

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Can drinking too much alcohol destroy villous epithelial cells?

Can drinking too much alcohol destroy villous epithelial cells?

Intestinal Damage: I don't think so but it can damage them and interfere with functioning. I would be much more concerned about the lining of the mouth, esophagus and stomach especially with chronic alcoholism. ...Read more

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Why do the liver cells of some people who abuse alcohol and drugs have an increased amount of smooth ER?

Why do the liver cells of some people who abuse alcohol and drugs have an increased amount of smooth ER?

Induced effect: EtOH induces proliferation of smooth ER in hepatocytes in order to detoxify the body. Specific drugs will do the same. ...Read more