Hematologic parameters and neutrophil / lymphocyte ratio in the prediction of urethroplasty success | International Brazilian Journal of Urology

Hematologic parameters and neutrophil / lymphocyte ratio in the prediction of urethroplasty success | International Brazilian Journal of Urology

April 03, 2019 0 Comments

doi: 10.1590/S1677-5538.IBJU.2018.0682 Ramazan Topaktaş 1, Ahmet Ürkmez 1, Emre Tokuç 1, Mehmet Akyüz 1, Musab A. Kutluhan 1 Objective: The pathophysiology of urethral stricture and its recurrence remains vague and one of the important causes is progressive infl ammation. It has been shown in recent years that the neutrophil / lymphocyte ratio is a marker of systemic infl ammation and is associated with prognosis in many cardiovascular diseases, malignancies and chronic infl ammatory diseases. W...

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Mitochondria: Vol. 2 Comic 3 | Daily Trojan

Mitochondria: Vol. 2 Comic 3 | Daily Trojan

April 03, 2019 0 Comments

Mitochondria: Vol. 2 Comic 3 | Daily Trojan Mitochondria: Vol. 2 Comic 3 | Daily Trojan Facebook Twitter Youtube Instagram Rss Mail News Campus City Crime Housing Speakers and Events Lifestyle Columns Film Food Literature Music Theatre Sports Baseball Basketball Football Golf Women’s Lacrosse Rowing Sa...

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A Reader's Take on Ancestry.com Problems - Part V: Why Is There No Chromosome Browser?

A Reader's Take on Ancestry.com Problems - Part V: Why Is There No Chromosome Browser?

April 03, 2019 0 Comments

In response to Dear Ancestry.com: Are You Fixing These Problems? (posted 17 January 2019), I received 38 comments on the post, and several via email.   I am not sure Ancestry will ever come around on this one. When they crunch the numbers, the estimates are that only 2-4% of users would actually use a Chromosome Browser. The costs of developing a Chromosome Browser, added to the costs of supporting the browser (lots more calls and emails to Member Services, which means more training and possi...

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If the strong nuclear force is stronger than electrostatic repulsion, why don't nuclei collapse into a point?

If the strong nuclear force is stronger than electrostatic repulsion, why don't nuclei collapse into a point?

April 03, 2019 0 Comments

Today in class we were discussing the strong nuclear force, and our teacher was explaining about how the strong nuclear force counteracts the repulsion force between protons in a nucleus. When asked about the relative strength of the two forces in question, she said that "The strong nuclear force is the strongest force of nature, and is infinitely stronger than the repulsion force between the protons". Now, if that were true, how would the atom remain in equilibrium, because if I'm correct, Equ...

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Researchers uncover new role of heterochromatin in maintaining chromosomal integrity

Researchers uncover new role of heterochromatin in maintaining chromosomal integrity

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Controlling and visualizing receptor signals in neural cells with light

Controlling and visualizing receptor signals in neural cells with light

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Immunotherapeutic antibody therapy to kill cancer has now progressed to patient testing

Immunotherapeutic antibody therapy to kill cancer has now progressed to patient testing

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Akna protein plays a key role in the regulation of neural stem cells

Akna protein plays a key role in the regulation of neural stem cells

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