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The subtext of the textbook excerpt quoted above is that when people are eating vegetable oil, they are not eating other fat sources. Saturated fats increase LDL levels, and unsaturated fats do not. A C Beynen, M B Katan, Why do polyunsaturated fatty acids lower serum cholesterol?, The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Volume 42, Issue 3, September ...


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they were both in different sacs when developing but shared the same placenta This suggests that they were monochorionic diamniotic twins, which would mean they are monozygotic, i.e. identical.


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The following review has extensive answers to the complex of this question. They also include MERS and SARS-Cov-1 in their discussion, as there is good data on them. Huang et al., A systematic review of antibody mediated immunity to coronaviruses: antibody kinetics, correlates of protection, and association of antibody responses with severity of disease ...


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It's a good question. Though there is hardly some evidence to answer your question. However I will share what all I found. So in capillary basement membrane, mostly collagen type 1 and 4 are present. Now collagen type 4 aids in elongation of the new capillaries- in the ex vivo rat aortic model of angiogenesis using a type I collagen matrix, type IV ...


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Allergy is an exacerbated inflammatory reaction of the immune system in reaction to small quantities of foreign inert substances called allergens. It is a clinical condition characterized by its symptoms: redness of the eyes, ocular and nasal discharge, itching, eczema, asthma, headache, digestive disorders and swelling. The most critical clinical ...


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The trouble is, you can't live without being exposed to all sorts of non-self particles. Some of those particles signal an actual threat to your health (proteins associated with a disease causing virus), some are nearly harmless (bee stings), some are completely harmless (grass pollen or cat dander), and some are potentially valuable as part of a food ...


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Regardless of growth plates, exercise does not cause bones to get longer or wider than they would have without exercise. Each bone is like a sponge, it grows to a predetermined size as regulated by your DNA. Exercise makes the bone more dense and stronger. The more you exercise, the more stress your bones are under. The bones respond by getting denser and ...


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every virus having differ differ spike proteins so they make infection a particular type of cell ( just like HIV that only bind with CD4 type of receptor) and make effect. another fact is that every virus have different genomic marital so that have different codon and these different codon make different protein and that different proteins make different ...


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melatonin released from pineal gland and and its one of the function is that it delays sexual maturity. but there are also a point to remember that pineal gland is activated at that time when light stimulate the retina but in the case of blind person activation of pineal gland is not occurs. that's why hr. like melatonin is not secreted and sexual maturity ...


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