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Therapy in Biological Definition

Antibiotic resistance

... 3.1 Prevention 3.2 Vaccines 3.3 Phage therapy 4 See also 5 External links ... more effective vaccines is under way. Phage therapy Phage therapy is a more recent alternative that can cope with ...

Cancer

... 4.1 Surgery 4.2 Chemotherapy 4.3 Radiation therapy 4.4 Clinical trials 4.5 Complementary and ... treated by surgery , chemotherapy , radiation therapy or other methods. The choice of therapy depends upon the location and grade of the tumor ...

Diabetes mellitus

... . When these have failed, insulin therapy may be necessary to maintain normal glucose ... hypo- or hyper-glycemic episodes. Insulin therapy requires close monitoring and a great deal of ... on a more regular daily basis due to insulin therapy which is a fine art to master. These results ...

Gene therapy

... Gene therapy is the insertion of genes into an individual's ... , and hereditary diseases in particular. Gene therapy typically aims to supplement a defective mutant ... it has been used with some success. Antisense therapy is not strictly a form of gene therapy, but is ...

Antibiotic resistance

... 3.1 Prevention 3.2 Vaccines 3.3 Phage therapy 4 See also 5 External links ... more effective vaccines is under way. Phage therapy Phage therapy is a more recent alternative that can cope with ...

Magnetic resonance imaging

... 2.2.5 Interventional MRI 2.2.6 Radiation therapy Simulation 2.2.7 Current Density Imaging ... during a protracted operation. Radiation therapy Simulation Because of MRI's superior imaging of ... within the body in preparation for radiation therapy treatments. ...

Stem cell

... research are left over from in vitro fertility therapy , and when not used in additional therapy or in embryonic stem cell research are destroyed ... medicine" . Stem Cell News . Latest cell therapy progress . Turning your Brain into Blood ...

Kinesiology

... knowledge of kinesiology is applied in many areas including physical therapy , occupational therapy , chiropractic , osteopathy , exercise physiology , and ergonomics . ...

Antibody

... can often be traced to antibodies that bind the body's own epitopes; many can be detected through blood tests . "Designed" monoclonal antibody therapy is already being employed in a number of diseases (including rheumatoid arthritis ) and in some forms of cancer . Presently , many ...

Brain

... , and post-traumatic stress disorder , are now recognized as having a biological basis in the brain. These disease can be treated by psychiatric therapy , by drugs , or by a combination of treatments. Some diseases that affect the brain are caused by germs. Viral or bacterial infection of the ...

Gene

... has since been shown to have exceptions, such as reverse transcription in retroviruses . See also Genetics , Gene expression , Gene therapy , Homeobox , Human Genome Project , Genomics , DNA , Protein , Gene family Genetic programming , Genetic algorithm Meme , Memetics ...

Genomics

... for Medical Progress Daffodil 35% Steven Rose in The Guardian 22 Jan 2004 See also DNA motif gene therapy genetic engineering structural genomics List of omics topics in biology Sources and external links PLOS Primer: ...

Hepatitis B

... are about equally efficacious. However, some individuals are much more likely to respond than others. It is not presently known if combination therapy offers any advantages. In general, each works by reducing the viral load by several orders of magnitude thus helping a body's immune system clear ...

Phage

... by a phage, causing cholera . Phages play an important role in molecular biology as cloning vectors to insert DNA into bacteria. Phage therapy has been used since the 1940s in the former Soviet Union as an alternative to antibiotics for treating bacterial infections—because ...

Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor

... References Tamam, L. and Ozpoyraz, N. (2002). Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor discontinuation syndrome: a review. Advances in therapy 19(1): 17-26. .. ...

Virus

... engineering have also made use of viruses in similar ways. Deaths have occurred through virus infections caused by virus vectors used in gene therapy , so their application to human subjects is still nascent. Viral size, structure and, anatomy Virus particles comprise a nucleic acid ...
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