Anubhav Goel
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What is a lip? (upper lip and lower lip)
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Source The upper lip extends from the base of the nose superiorly to the nasolabial folds laterally and to the free edge of the vermilion border inferiorly. The lower lip extends from the superior ...

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Red neurons - Acute neuronal injury
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Search for Exicitotoxic programed cell death. Acute Neuronal injury occur by this pathway. This is like Necroptosis. Cell shrinkage is seen due to Glutamate. I have added some screenshots of my ...

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Can you tell if a corpse was male or female by only examining its skull?
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Gautam Biswas says you can be 92% sure only via skull.

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Why proximal muscle weakness is seen earlier than distal muscle weakness in Dermatomyositis?
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Usefull links: https://www.mda.org/disease/dermatomyositis/causes-inheritance https://emedicine.medscape.com/article/332783-overview#a1 My hypothesis are 1) Since skin, is commonly involved in ...

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Why can't diamine oxidase be supplemented?
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The article nowhere mentions diamine oxidase(DAO) cannot be suplemented. DAO supplementation The link clearly supports DAO can be used. Though Triptans like sumatriptans are used because of cost. Note:...

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Could this Francobelgian comic book woman really have these 4 diseases at the same time?
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All these are possible side effects of oral estrogen progesterone pills used in perimenopausal or postmenopausal in Hormonal Replacement Therapy(HRT) by a diabetic female. Irregular bleeding and ...

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Seeing with one eye, why intensity doesn't get half?
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Experiment 2 Aim: Effect of intensity on two eyes Requirement : Two eyes, a dark transparent glass, an object to glance. Procedure : 1)Sit in a lit room 2)Look at fan with only right eye 3) Look ...

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Special visceral efferent
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Why they are special? They are also called Branchial efferent. They are special because they supply striated muscles derived from Branchial arches. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/...

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I found this strange tooth in Galveston, Texas. What does it belong to?
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This is a cow tooth. Your image matches above image. https://www.flickr.com/photos/61377404@N08/12300347505

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Pressure change in atria
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The curve you are talking about is JVPJuglar Venous Pressure Curve. You are talking avoit x-decent after c pulse. The downward deflections of x decent is produced by the atrium relaxation and the ...

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How do our eyes detect light at different frequencies?
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How do our eyes detect light at different frequencies? Different frequencies are recepted via different photoreceptors i.e. different pigments in cones. Tricolor mechanism being the most famous. Here,...

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How do our eyes detect light at different frequencies?
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How can a minor stimulus, resulting in an "all or nothing" chain of action potentials be converted into something as specific as the vision of color? Visual phototransduction is the one of answers to ...

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Renorenal Reflex
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How is renorenal reflex a negative feedback loop? You are confusing two different negative feedback loops. 1) There is a negative feedback loop in which efferent renal sympathetic nerve activity ...

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How many molecules are generally required for cell signallng processes for given cases?
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A cell can interact with other cells in zillions of ways. You can send information from one cell to other cells via neurotransmitters, hormones, pheromones, electric signals, magnetic resonance ,...

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Photosystem 1 and 2; P680/P700; Chlorophyll a/b
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The antenna pigments are predominantly chlorophyll b, xanthophylls, and carotenes. Chlorophyll a is known as the core pigment. Their absorption spectra are non-overlapping and broaden the range of ...

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Why is the hexose monophosphate shunt called a direct oxidative pathway?
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Addition of $O_2$ or removal of H means oxidation. In this process H is removed from sugar, added to NADP as well C is oxidised to $CO_2$. Hence , it is oxidation reaction. HMP pathway is used to ...

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Could there be any effects from low powered infrared being used to track eye movements long term?
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Heat waves are probably infra-red waves. We have these all around us (with great intensity) all the time. A small intensity Infra-red from an LED shall not cause any problem at all even in long terms. ...

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Why all trees have cylindrical stems?
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1) You know most bridges have vertical cylindrical pillars. This is probably because cylinder is among the strongest 3D structures to support anything. So, cylindrical trunk provide best support for ...

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Why do we have oncogenes?
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From wikipedia A proto -oncogene is a normal gene that could become an oncogene due to mutations or increased expression. The resultant protein encoded by an oncogene is termed ...

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