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comment Hypersensitivity Simultaneously in Ear canals
@Chris It is just overview. I will clarify it when I can answer the TODOs. At the moment, I cannot do it.
Jul
24
comment Hypersensitivity Simultaneously in Ear canals
@Chris I answered to your comment. Any allergic reaction caused by the plastic material was minimised. So contact dermatitis not probably.
Jul
17
comment To measure Na/K channel activation in membrane level?
@jonsca I found that we can get data about the electric activity of neurons in vivo. So probably the same technique has been used with cardiomyocytes.
Jul
12
comment Why does Hunger lead to the aggressive behavior?
@katherinebridges I posted a short roadmap about the thing. I will update it when understand better this case. I did not manage to study my all notes in Embryology. I will update the post when I either remember my previous discussion about this thing in genetics or found my notes about this.
Jul
11
comment Why does Hunger lead to the aggressive behavior?
@katherinebridges I am working on this now. It will take some time because I have to study again some of the genetics and embryology related to this one. I try to find something until Saturday.
Jul
9
comment Why does Hunger lead to the aggressive behavior?
I will look for it on Friday. Comment again if I forget.
Jul
8
comment Master Catalog of all Fossils / Literal Fossil Record?
No main website because it is expensive to make one and involves risks. Those found in internet are mostly useless for research purposes. Those fossil collections are located mostly in their owners. It is a research advantage to have such collections. Similar situation is with iPS cell collections and embryo samples. Iran has the biggest iPS collection, while Japan biggest embryo collection. It depends how you define fossils and in what context to say where are the most significant collections.
Jul
8
comment Why does Hunger lead to the aggressive behavior?
I think a review should be offered to this post biology.stackexchange.com/questions/19515/… to answer this enough well. Testosterone in relation of hunger and aggressive behavior is a valid research topic.
Jul
8
comment Effect of testosterone hormone on cell signalling and behaviour?
Read the title - it is completely valid. Answer to it. Then, lastly read the body. This should be reopened because I think we know too little about testosterone hormone and its effects in cell signalling and embryology.
Jul
8
comment Why does Hunger lead to the aggressive behavior?
@katherinebridges Those hormones activate sympaticus (fight-flight-response) - increased blood pressure, irritation, uneasiness when prolonged. Different people react to it differently (different genomics). Some become very aggressive, some are just silent and calm. Probably, testosterone and male gender have something to do with this. Men need more energy than female every day so they are exhausted faster. Link between hunger and testosterone can be one thing.
Jul
8
comment What is the general name of the chip to simulate organ systems by iPS?
Possibly. I am not completely sure if there are many variants of this kind of devices.
Jul
4
comment Limb polarity such as writing handedness, golf handedness and natural football foot
This is is a cross-research topic between Embryology and Genetics. Some physiology too because those movement tracts are fine regulated. Not all mechanisms are known here. Your Finnish discussion about twin studies then again seems to be based on evidence based medicine and causality - skipping all genetic factors, all control mechanisms etc. I will try to answer on this after some weeks when I am on holiday. You can find some information about it in Embryology textbooks.
Jun
30
comment What is Mycoplasma Lyo medium?
I need invitation from someone. Can someone invite me to PubMed Commons? Email firstname.lastname [at] gmail.com.
Jun
20
comment Do primitive lymph nodes exist in 12th week embryo?
@Chris Anything found?
Jun
13
comment Normal Frequencies in Heart
Yes. Electromagnetic frequencies.
Jun
11
comment Can TGF beta family induce all somatic stem cells?
So in naturally occurring somatic cells, the answer is yes because this antiproliferation action. Think now about induced somatic cells (those artificially derived from somatic stem cells). Can this same behaviour occur in all induced stem cells? I do not understand if this behaviour can proceed into processed cases and when we do not have such a behaviour on stem cells derived from somatic stem cells.
Jun
10
comment Can TGF beta family induce all somatic stem cells?
@Chris Induction. You can think it as sending a positive signal. I think it does not need growth value. Only that some process is induced to start or made stronger - not inhibited here.
Jun
7
comment Locally sterile immune response in paradoxical IRS coupled with hypersensitivity I
@Chris Yes, you are right. That is the basis about the topic. I am interested in the fine-regulation of the sterile immune responses. How can they be possible for short term? The antigen can be the polysaccharide of microorganism, for instance; here allergen.
Jun
7
comment Locally sterile immune response in paradoxical IRS coupled with hypersensitivity I
@Chris Sterile immune response expresses locally free area of specific microorganisms.
Jun
4
comment Tap vs. mineral water for drinking
@Kozuch I propose you change this question to discuss about necessary minerals and their role with necessary hormones in human body. The only necessary hormones are Insulin (glucose), Parathyroid hormone (calcium) and aldosterone (Na ad K). Pay attention to Calcium especially. Please, see this ajcn.nutrition.org/content/71/4/999.full