... cells with a T cell receptor able to bind MHC class
I/II or peptide molecules with at least a weak ... requires CD8 as a coreceptor to bind to MHC class
I, and CD4 as a coreceptor to bind MHC class
II. At this stage thymocytes upregulate both CD4 ...
Ambulatory blood pressure
... D i p = 1 − f r a c ( s l e e p S B P )( A w a k e S B P ) * 100%
SBP => Systolic Blood Pressure
0% - 10%
10% - 20%
24 hours ...
Anthrax Vaccine Immunization Program
... Iraq. Payhurst, from Virginia Beach, Va., is a Navy hospital corpsmen. The Stennis is homeported in Norfolk, Va. DoD photo by Petty Officer 3rd class
Mike Larson, U.S. Navy.
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Cryostasis (clathrate hydrates)
... in nature (vitrifying polyols (i.e., insects, amphibians), thermal hysteresis proteins (insects, fish).  
Clathrate hydrates are a class
of solids in which gas molecules occupy "cages" made up of hydrogen-bonded water molecules. These "cages" are unstable when empty, collapsing into ...
... / Salvarsan discovered by Paul Ehrlich in 1908 after he observed that bacteria took up toxic dyes that human cells did not. The first major class
of antibiotics was the sulfa drugs, derived by French chemists originally from azo dyes. Throughout the twentieth century, major advances in the ...
Medical Scientist Training Program
... in six to ten years, depending upon the time spent in Ph.D. research. These programs vary greatly in size, ranging from two trainees per academic class
(e.g. University of Connecticut ) to over twenty (e.g. Washington University in St. Louis ). Additionally, several medical schools allow for the ...
... it by already possessing the relevant antibody: vaccination or pre-exposure prophylaxis . Another example is a simulated exam session for a class
of students. A further example is exposure of a covert operative to simulated torture. At the community level, an example might be that of holding a ...