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accepted Meta-analysis of fruits in blocking Cytochrome family
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comment Meta-analysis of fruits in blocking Cytochrome family
Thank you! The table includes the grapefruit juice as moderate inhibitor that was emphasized by my lecturer. I did not see any other significant food there.
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asked Meta-analysis of fruits in blocking Cytochrome family
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accepted Why are new vessels more permeable in microvasculature?
Sep
5
comment Fast standing and the heart's insufficient accommodation of the increased venous return
@Raoul You are right again. I added my explanation and answer about the case here. I think prolonged undiagnosed celiac disease can cause symptoms that remind those of retrosternal pain.
Sep
5
answered Fast standing and the heart's insufficient accommodation of the increased venous return
Sep
5
comment Fast standing and the heart's insufficient accommodation of the increased venous return
@Raoul I agree with every sentence of your comment. I used little bit overloading in my language. I made it now more explicit. However, my case is a pathological situation where the musculature is not able to accommodate and thus causing a pain.
Sep
5
revised Fast standing and the heart's insufficient accommodation of the increased venous return
More clearer based on Raoul's comment
Sep
5
accepted Characteristics of radius of blood vessel
Sep
4
comment Is epilepsy more heritable from maternal side?
I am thinking about the genetic factors, since more genetic factors are inherited from the maternal side because of mitochondrial DNA. If mitochondria play any role in the disease, then maternal side has more role in the pathology of the disease. I have seen one case where the disease spread only through maternal genetics - and do not understand this.
Sep
3
asked Is epilepsy more heritable from maternal side?
Aug
19
comment Why does the arch of aorta coils?
The other way of rejecting the two-aortic system away is the impossibility of having atrophy in the heart, I think. The cell size of the heart cannot decrease. I have listed some factors here what it would require biology.stackexchange.com/a/16928/86
Aug
19
accepted Why does the arch of aorta coils?
Aug
19
comment Why does the arch of aorta coils?
Excellent answer! Thank you! Can you provide me more information about the gunshot pulse. It reminds me about one case where the insulin secretion is like cannonball, here described: biology.stackexchange.com/q/17466/86
Aug
19
revised Why does the arch of aorta coils?
one mistake fixed based on Raoul's answer. Thank you!
Aug
19
comment Why there is a very high drop in pressure from arteries to arterioles?
This answer makes sense for me too! Thank you for your answer!
Aug
19
accepted Why there is a very high drop in pressure from arteries to arterioles?
Aug
19
accepted Why is Aorta sometimes called Compression chamber?
Aug
8
comment What are the movement mechanisms of thrombus?
@DevashishDas I considered your pointed paper. I added my considerations about it. I think the paper makes big simplifications about the processes in movement of thrombus.
Aug
8
answered What are the movement mechanisms of thrombus?