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A Novel Therapeutic Strategy for HER2 Breast Cancer by Nanoparticles Combined with Macrophages

Abstract:In recent years, the cell membrane bionic nanoparticles as a new drug delivery system is widely used in small molecule drugs, vaccines and targeted delivery of macromolecular drugs, because of its inherited the specific receptors on the cell membrane and membrane proteins can be used to implement specific targeted delivery, and the tumor showed a […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1158 Topics: Breast Cancer, Cancer, Chemistry

A Treatment of Different Cancer Diseases

As a treatment of different cancer diseases, chemotherapy and radiotherapy are used on patients. Unfortunately radiotherapy may cause dangerous effects. Investigating these effects and determinations of risk reliable research. It is shown that IR’s most dangerous effect in cells are DBSs and that monitoring ?-H2AX focus numbers were useful biomarker to detect the invidual ionizing […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1472 Topics: Apoptosis, Biotechnology, Cancer, Cell Cycle, Medicine, Mutation, Radiation Therapy
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The Tumor Suppressor Role of TAp73 in Two Types of Cancer

Transcription factor of p53 initiates apoptosis after receiving information about metabolic disorder or genetic damage, thus playing a critical role as tumor suppressor. p73 is a cousin of p53, shares lots of similarities with p53 including gene structure and amino acid level. Therefore, p73 is able to activate some p53 target genes by binding to […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1728 Topics: Apoptosis, Biotechnology, Cancer, Genetics

Annona Muricate and Annonaceous Acetogenins

Introduction For the past decades cancer death has increase and remained one of the most high risk health concern in the world. According to the American Cancer Society, in 2019, there will be an estimated of 1,762,450 new cancer cases diagnose and 606,880 cancer death in the United States. Cancer occurs because of several changes […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1618 Topics: Apoptosis, Biotechnology, Cancer, Cell Cycle, Health, Medicine

Worldwide Health Concern

Abstract Cancer has become a worldwide health concern and a need for a cure exposed us to seek natural alternatives. The Annona muricata is a plant-based remedy which popularity have increase over time due to its anticancer properties. It’s organisms constituents have shown to have promising compounds that can instigate apoptosis and proliferation to cancer […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1813 Topics: Apoptosis, Biotechnology, Cancer, Chemistry, Medicine

Leukemia in Children

In 1845, a malignant cancer in the blood was discovered. This cancer was and still is known as Leukemia. Scientists and doctors were baffled with what the new science and were uncertain how to treat the condition. Some called this new discovery an “overabundance of white corpuscles in the blood,” while others said the patient […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1083 Topics: Cancer, Childhood, Health, Medicine

What is Bioactive Compounds?

Bioactive compounds, including polyphenols and phenolic acids or flavonoids, etc., have antioxidant and pro-oxidant properties. These compounds show high specificity because probably they act as an anti-oxidant and pro-oxidant. Approximately 60% of drugs currently used for cancer treatment have been isolated from natural products and the plant kingdom has been the most significant source. These […]

Pages: 1 Words: 351 Topics: Apoptosis, Cancer, Chemistry, Medicine

Journal Article for Review: Apoptosis-induced CXCL5

The article under review examines the acceleration of inflammation and growth of prostate tumor metastasis in bone due to apoptosis-induced CXCL5. Tumor cell death, which can be increased by target therapies, causes immense efferocytosis to clear the apoptotic cells. It is thought that this can lead to accelerated tumor growth. The scope of this research […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1435 Topics: Apoptosis, Biotechnology, Cancer, Immune System, Medicine, Prostate Cancer

A Brief Review of Prostate Adenocarcinoma

Prostate cancer continues to be a major cause of cancer-related death in the male population of the western world even with incidence rates on the rise worldwide. The western world appreciates this increase in new prostate cancer diagnoses each year presumably resulting from their lifestyle and environment (Tian, Guo, Zheng, & Ahmad, 2017). A clear […]

Pages: 7 Words: 2123 Topics: Apoptosis, Biotechnology, Cancer, Prostate Cancer

Disruption of Cellular Homeostasis

Disruption of cellular homeostasis between cell death and cell proliferation can elicit cancer (Thompsonet al., 1995). Inhibition of cell growth and induction of cell death are two major means of antitumor growth (Zhang et al., 2009). Cell cycle progression and apoptosis are two pivotal signaling mechanisms of homeostasis maintenance in healthy tissues and normal cells […]

Pages: 2 Words: 729 Topics: Apoptosis, Biotechnology, Cancer, Cell Cycle, Health, Medicine, Mitosis, Radiation Therapy

Method of Inhibiting Metastasis in Hepatocellular Carcinoma

Significance According to 2018 data, an estimated 609,640 people in the United States will die from cancer this year, while approximately 1.7 million new cases of cancer will be diagnosed1. Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the US and constitutes approximately 22 percent of deaths1. In addition, cancer creates huge financial burdens […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1706 Topics: Apoptosis, Biotechnology, Cancer, Chemistry

Promoter Hypermethylation of Apoptotic Genes in OSCC

Cancer is one of those diseases whose treatment requires more rapid and potent response and epigenetic modifications have emerged into one amongst the cancer hallmarks, commutating the concept of malignant pathologies as being singlely genetic-based conditions. Oral Cancer is the type of malignancy that founds in any area of mouth and nearby regions. The epigenetic […]

Pages: 2 Words: 627 Topics: Apoptosis, Biotechnology, Cancer, Epigenetics, Genetics, Health, Medicine

Traditional Chinese Medicine Essay

Introduction Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is a type of holistic, natural health care system with its origin deeply rooted in the ancient philosophy of Taoism. The practice of TCM dates back more than 2500 years and it is regarded as one of the oldest forms of medicines. Chinese herbal medicines are a very important component […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1515 Topics: Apoptosis, Cancer, Health, Medicine

Tobacco Products the Harm to Humans and Nature

Recently, scientists have discovered many usages of tobacco in medical field. We could not deny the advantages that tobacco products bring to us. However, the consumption of tobacco products clearly caused some extreme troubles. Products from tobacco (such as: cigarette, tobacco chewing gum, cigar, beedi, kretek…) are widely consumed. The active and passive smokers, after […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1141 Topics: Cancer, Health, Human Nature, Smoking, Tobacco

Traditional Chinese Medicine

Abstract: Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) or herbal medicines are being widely used in China over decades. Traditional healers possess undocumented records of numerous herbal medicines effective against cancer and other inflammatory diseases. Rotundic acid (RA) is an important constituent of traditional Chinese herbal medicine and extensively used for the treatments of cold, cough, headache, urinary […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1427 Topics: Apoptosis, Cancer, Health, Medicine

Combined Analysis of Genes

CDH1 CDH1 which is also known as E-cadherin founds on chromosome 16q22.1 and supports cell–cell adhesion by forming adhesive junctions in epithelial cells for inititating and preserving intercellular adhesion, cell polarirty, intercellular signalling and structure of tissue. There have many reports that emphasize on a fact that CDH1 is being expressed in several types of […]

Pages: 3 Words: 982 Topics: Apoptosis, Biotechnology, Cancer, Genetics

Promoter Hypermethylation

Cancer stands among the foremost advanced human diseases with multiple levels of regulation. Despite the numerous progress that has been created in basic and clinical analysis, the incidence associated mortality rates related to malignant pathologies are still at high levels with an expected raised rate within the next fifteen years [Irimie A I et.al(2018)]. The […]

Pages: 1 Words: 410 Topics: Apoptosis, Biotechnology, Cancer, Genetics, Medicine

Interactions between Magnetic Nanoparticles and a Static Magnetic Field

“In this presentation, it reviewed some basic concepts regarding the interactions between magnetic nanoparticles and a static or time-varying external magnetic field, and shown how these pertain to current biomedical applications of magnetic nanoparticles. The focus was in particular on magnetic separation, and drug delivery, although these are only two of the many biomedical applications […]

Pages: 1 Words: 291 Topics: Apoptosis, Biotechnology, Cancer, Chemistry, Medicine

Magnetism in Nanomaterials

The basic concepts regarding the interactions between magnetic nanoparticles and a static or time-varying external magnetic field were reviewed. How these pertain to current biomedical applications of magnetic nanoparticles were also analyzed. The focus was in particular on magnetic separation and drug delivery. Although these are only two of the many biomedical applications of magnetic […]

Pages: 1 Words: 297 Topics: Apoptosis, Biotechnology, Cancer, Chemistry, Physics

Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia Treatment

To some he was a son, others a brother and a friend. He never got to be a father or the world’s greatest uncle, but he left this world with people always remembering the name Michael James Fox. In was the winter of 1973, a three-year-old boy was diagnosed with ALL. All this little boy […]

Pages: 7 Words: 2093 Topics: Cancer, Health, Health Care, Leukemia, Medicine

Nanoparticles – Fields of Usage

Nanoparticles are particles in the nanosized range (10-9m) that can be made from various materials; this poster will focus specifically on iron oxide nanoparticles (IONs). Due to their small size and unique optical, photochemical, magnetic, and chemical properties, IONs are being used as a new approach in cancer therapy as an alternative to conventional treatments. […]

Pages: 3 Words: 984 Topics: Apoptosis, Biotechnology, Cancer, Chemistry, Medicine

Mechanism of Action of Artemisia and their Active Ingredients

The essential oil is extracted from leaf, areal part, stem and inflorescence of Artemisia by various method, for example, hydro-distillation methods (Pandey, A.K. et al. 2014) . Essential oil is composed of more than 60 different component, the concentration and the composition of essential oil of same species differ related to change in geographical origin. […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1097 Topics: Apoptosis, Biotechnology, Cancer, Chemistry, Enzyme, Protein

My Life

In a remote village in Atlanta Georgia, on the Christmas Eve of 1997 Mr. and Mrs. Roby received their bundle of joy. A healthy bouncing baby boy was delivered in our lady hospital and they named him Johnson parker afterwards his friends nicknamed him ambassador. This is the name I am known by unlike my biological […]

Pages: 3 Words: 970 Topics: Cancer, Life

Henrietta Lacks and the HeLa Cells

Henrietta Lacks was a thirty-one year old woman that visited Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland in 1951. She was an African-American mother of five. Johns Hopkins was the only hospital in the area that treated African Americans, although the hospital was still segregated at the time. While there, doctors confirmed she had cervical cancer. […]

Pages: 1 Words: 406 Topics: Cancer, Health, Health Care, Henrietta Lacks, Medicine, Public Health

Anxiety Case Study

Anxiety Case Study Ann’s Diagnosis Ann, a 58-year-old breast cancer survivor, was referred to me by her outpatient oncology physician due to anxiety related to her upcoming annual MRI scan. After reading her oncologist’s notes as well as conducting my own assessment, I can confidently diagnose Ann with 300.02 Generalized Anxiety Disorder. Ann has been […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1218 Topics: Anxiety, Anxiety Disorder, Caffeine, Cancer, Coffee, Health, Medicine, Mental Disorder

Our Benefactor: the Healing Honey Bee

“For centuries, our benefactor, the Honey bee, has served a significant role in the life of humans. Honey bees have both fascinated and healed humans in a multitude of ways. In the Upper Paleolithic period, some 25000 years ago, art crafted by the hands of man upon rocks illustrate our ancestors collecting their golden nectar […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1717 Topics: Apoptosis, Cancer, Diabetes, Health, Immune System, Medicine

Personalized Medicine in Health Related Industries

“In 1997, a Nature Biotechnology article reported how the advances made in genomics have been building a foundation for a future of personalized medicines where produced drugs are focused for the individual rather than the “average person.” Over the years in health related industries, personalized medicine has become a powerful term that brings forth a […]

Pages: 11 Words: 3438 Topics: Apoptosis, Biotechnology, Cancer, Epigenetics, Health, Health Care, Medicine, Protein

Nature Biotechnology – Advances in Genomics

Introduction In 1997, a Nature Biotechnology article reported how the advances in genomics have been building a foundation for a future of personalized medicine where produced drugs are directed to the individual rather than the “average person.” Over the years in health related industries, individualized medicine has become a powerful term that brings forth a […]

Pages: 11 Words: 3377 Topics: Apoptosis, Biotechnology, Cancer, Disease, Epigenetics, Genetics, Health, Health Care

Unsung Hero: Henrietta Lacks

Henrietta Lacks was an African-American woman whose cancer cells were the source of the HeLa cell line, the first immortalized group of cells. Those are the cells that keep reproducing and live on forever. Also, her cells were the most important cell lines in history of medical research. Henrietta, also known as “Hennie,” was born […]

Pages: 3 Words: 783 Topics: Cancer, Health, Henrietta Lacks, Medicine

‘Henrietta Lacks’: a Donor’s Immortal Legacy

The book “Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks” is a true book of her life experience written by American writer Rebecca Skloot. The book examines Henrietta Lacks, a poor tobacco rancher from the Southern US, whose cervical disease cells were gathered in 1951. Henrietta never knew that she was being so generous .Without her understanding or […]

Pages: 1 Words: 397 Topics: Cancer, Health, Health Care, Henrietta Lacks, Medicine, Public Health
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