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  • ulat keluar dari muka artis- BestKlikSini & pasti terhibur tak pasti mengapa ulat keluar dari muka tapi mungkin ianya salah satu rawatan resdung yang ulat resdung keluar dari muka. tag Alahan, Allergic, anti histamine, asma ... Resdung sinusitis virgin coconut oil minyak kelapa dara bio-asli desaku ...TESTIMONIAL ... CELLFOOD ...Ulat Resdung,resdung ni ada ulat, mcm sepupu aku tu, siap ble nmpk ulat resdung bergerak2 kat atas idung dia,ulat gonggok,ulat bulu naik daun, ulat bulu,Sinusitis develops when the sinus passage are obstructed so that the infected mucus cannot drain into the pharynx. Symptoms : Nasal congestion, postnatal discharge, headache, pain behind the eye, tenderness, fever, loss of smell. ANOTHER SINUSITIS SYMPTOMS: Pain and pressure in the face along with a stuffy or runny nose are the main symptoms of sinusitis. You also may have a yellow or greenish discharge from your nose. Leaning forward or moving your head often increases facial pain and pressure. The location of pain and tenderness may depend on which sinus is affected. * Pain over the cheeks and upper teeth is often caused by maxillary sinus inflammation. * Pain in the forehead, above the eyebrow, may be caused by frontal sinus inflammation. * Pain behind the eyes, on top of the head, or in both temples may be caused by sphenoid sinus inflammation. * Pain around or behind the eyes is caused by ethmoid sinus inflammation. Other common symptoms of sinusitis include: * Headache. * Yellow or greenish discharge ...
  • The Journal Science Interviews J. Craig Venter About the first "Synthetic Cell" A paper published in the journal Science describes a remarkable rebooting of a bacterial cell with a million-letter package of biological "software" created from scratch in a computer and then synthesized in a laboratory. This Skype interview was provided to the media by the journal, a publication of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. More at and on DOT EARTH http
  • Mechanism of Botulinum Toxin Botulinum is a bacterial toxin produced by a bacteria Clostridium botulinum that causes the most severe form of food poisoning. The disease is called Botulism, the potentially deadly food poisoning characterized by muscle paralysis. In a normal muscle, the place where a nerve ends to give...
  • Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) is a bacterial infection of the female upper genital tract, including the womb, fallopian tubes and ovaries. An expert describes the most common symptoms, causes and treatment options for PID. Learn more about PID
  • Decatenation of a Bacterial Chromosome This Clip was prepared as a part a Uni assignment
  • Scientist Warned Baxter Would Release Plague in Ukraine Bio-scientist Joseph Moshe who was arrested by the FBI tried to warn the public about Baxters sinister plan to release a plague in the Ukraine by creating a vaccine bio-weapon that would result in hundreds of deaths. That is precisely what occurred in the Ukraine, a plague infected 1.5 million people, over 80000 being hospitalized and leaving 328 dead. The WHO(World Health Organization) claims that the virus running through Ukraine is nothing more than the same A/H1N1 influenza experienced around the world and that its not pheumonic plague. Many suspect that this is a bacterial pheumonic plague that is ten-times worse than swine flu influenza that is spread from person-to-person. Reports from the infected say that their lungs tend to have a burning sensation turning them as black as charcoal. Joseph Moshe is a bio-scientist working for a unit within Mossad and had dual national (Israeli-American) citizenship, Moshe was later seized for blowing the whistle on Baxter International contacting a radio show and the White House, warning them of the pharmaceutical companies plot to spread a plague from Baxters Ukrainian lab. He knew the FBI was bugging his house, so he decided to pack up his things and head for the Israeli consulate where he was met by armed LAPD/SWAT, FBI and the Secret Service surrounding his car. He was pepper-sprayed, tasered and is now being held in the Patton State mental hospital in California, his next court date is December 25, 2010. What is not certain ...
  • How to connect a bacterial filter on the Skinbreath carboxytherapy medical device Any Carboxytherapy equipment requires you to connect a 0.22µ filter membrane to avoid viruses and bacterial contamination of the injection line. Although Skin-Breath is fully sterilizable, it is also recommended to insert a filter. Here is the tutorial
  • Bacterium Detachment Sequence A bacterial "launch sequence" for detaching from a surface: Bacteria attached to a surface can orient themselves perpendicular to the surface. Such 'standing' cell orientations play important roles in their life cycles. One example is how bacteria detach from a surface. Here we see that the bacterium spins on the surface, tilts upwards to a near-vertical orientation, and then launches from the surface. Video courtesy of the Wong Research group (UCLA): wonglab.seas.ucla.edu
  • Transfering a bacterial culture to an agar slant. Transfering a bacterial culture to an agar slant. Part of The Biotechnology Bridge Program of the Department of Biological Sciences at Kingsborough Community College of The City University of New York. Funded through the National Science Foundation.
  • Amputee Dancer Sees No Limits Kiera Brinkley lost her legs and arms to a bacterial infection when she was an infant. Now a bubbly 16-year-old, she says dance is therapy and lets people see the 'real' her and not just the girl in the wheelchair. (May 6)
  • Plasmid Isolation - Extraction of plasmid from a bacterial cell (Amrita University) In addition to chromosomal DNA, a bacterium may also carry an additional circular piece of DNA called a plasmid. Here, we will describe how to extract a plasmid from a bacterial cell. This procedure is called plasmid isolation.
  • Neutralisation of a bacterial lysate
  • Binary Fission In a Bacterial cell Check us out at The bacterial cell is surrounded by a lipid membrane, or cell membrane, which encloses the contents of the cell and acts as a barrier to hold nutrients, proteins and other essential components of the cytoplasm within the cell. As they are prokaryotes, bacteria do not tend to have membrane-bound organelles in their cytoplasm and thus contain few large intracellular structures. They consequently lack a nucleus, mitochondria, chloroplasts and the other organelles present in eukaryotic cells, such as the Golgi apparatus and endoplasmic reticulum.Bacteria were once seen as simple bags of cytoplasm, but elements such as prokaryotic cytoskeleton,and the localization of proteins to specific locations within the cytoplasm have been found to show levels of complexity. These subcellular compartments have been called "bacterial hyperstructures". Micro-compartments such as carboxysome provides a further level of organization, which are compartments within bacteria that are surrounded by polyhedral protein shells, rather than by lipid membranes.These "polyhedral organelles" localize and compartmentalize bacterial metabolism, a function performed by the membrane-bound organelles in eukaryotes. Many important biochemical reactions, such as energy generation, occur by concentration gradients across membranes, a potential difference also found in a battery. The general lack of internal membranes in bacteria means reactions such as electron transport occur ...
  • Choose a Bacterial Vaginosis Natural Remedy from the Two Op Choose a Bacterial Vaginosis Natural Remedy from the Two Options Available
  • the life cycle of a bacterial infection a simple way to show you how bacteria really works.
  • Toxic Shock Syndrome : How Is Toxic Shock Syndrome Spread? Toxic shock syndrome is a bacterial infection that can be spread by the use of high-absorbent tampons and the prolonged use of a diaphragm. Find out how a wound, cut or laceration can get infected, causing toxic shock syndrome, with help from an OB/GYN in this free video on toxic shock syndrome. Expert: Dr. Mieke Lane Contact: Bio: Dr. Mieke Lane is an OB/GYN at Cascadia Women's Clinic in Vancouver, Wash. Filmmaker: Lisa Fenderson
  • 20th First Annual Ig Nobel Prize Ceremony The 2010 Ig Nobel Prize Ceremony took place on Thursday, September 30th at Sanders Theater, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Ceremony details: Winners: Other participants: How & Why to Write a Bacterial Opera: TIMECODES FOR PARTICULAR IG HIGHLIGHTS (NB: YouTube does not currently support timecodes past 60 minutes. Our apologies.) Pre-ceremony concert of depressing Russian classical music (DEBORAH HENSON-CONANT) (0:00) The ceremony begins (7:00) Parade of the audience delegations (introduced by KAREN HOPKIN) (11:00) Introduction of the Nobel Laureates and Other Personages (MARC ABRAHAMS introduces SHELDON GLASHOW, ROY GLAUBER, FRANK WILCZEK, JAMES MULLER, WILLIAM LIPSCOMB, JEROME FRIEDMAN, et al.) (17:00) Traditional Welcome Welcome Speech (23:00) Microbial concert (EVELYN EVELYN — AMANDA PALMER & JASON WEBLEY, with NEIL GAIMAN) (24:00) Return of Past Ig Nobel Prize winners( CHRISTOPHER CHABRIS, TOSHIYUKI NAKAGAKI & ATSUSHI TERO, DON FEATHERSTONE, FRANCIS FESMIRE, DAN ARIELY, KEES MOELIKER, ELENA BODNAR, DR. NAKAMATSU) (34:00) Keynote Address (RICHARD LOSICK) (46:00) Engineering Prize (50:00) Medicine Prize (52:00) The Bacterial Opera — Act 1 (MARIA FERRANTE, BEN SEARS, ROBERTA GILBERT, THOMAS MICHEL, JENNY GUTBEZAHL, BRANDEN GRIMMETT, MAESTRO DAVID STOCKTON) (54:30) Transportation Planning Prize (64:00 / 1:04:00) The Bacterial Opera — Act 2 (67:20 / 1:07:20) Physics Prize (71:00 / 1:11:00 ...
  • Garlic as a Bacterial Vaginosis Treatment How Effective is Garlic for Getting Rid of Recurrent BV Click Here: most-honest- Garlic is being considered as one of the best body sanitizers. Garlic as a bacterial vaginosis treatment is valuable and simple to mix with your diet.
  • We are living in a bacterial world. These are excerpts from a little video i got hired to for Mississippi Surgical Center.
  • Preparing a bacterial culture (broth to plate) Please view this video sometime before we do Lab Exercise 3 (Culture and Aseptic Technique)
  • DPOS!!! - Abacterial Thrombotic Endocarditis 14 - Abacterial Thrombotic Endocarditis from the demo "Devourment Ain't Brutal Enough"
  • Sepsis development and progression Animation illustrating how sepsis occurs during a bacterial infections
  • A Bacterial Solar Battery In some photosynthetic bacteria, spheres smaller than 1/10000 of a millimeter harvest sunlight to produce energy. Light-harvesting protein complexes (shown in green and red) capture light and transfer it to a reaction center protein (shown in blue) that converts light into energy for the cell. Understanding these processes may inform how mankind can harvest sunlight for energy better in the future. See this site for more information: www.ks.uiuc.edu Related paper: Melih Sener, Johan Strumpfer, John A. Timney, Arvi Freiberg, C. Neil Hunter, and Klaus Schulten. Photosynthetic vesicle architecture and constraints on efficient energy harvesting. Biophysical Journal, 99:67-75, 2010. Link to article:
  • Heat Fixing a bacterial culture to a slide Heat fixing a bacterial culture to a slide. Part of The Biotechnology Bridge Program of the Department of Biological Sciences at Kingsborough Community College of The City University of New York. Funded through the National Science Foundation.
  • How to make a bacterial spreader See more supporting information at
  • Tutorial: Looking at Bacterial Streptokinase Protein at NCBI A bioinformatics tutorial on the NCBI website (National Center for Biotechnology Information), showing how to look up information on a bacterial protein of interest. Streptokinase protein (a bacterial exotoxin) is used to illustrate the process. 932x716 resolution.
  • Neffys Young Earthers Have a Bacterial Problem The astrological cycles used to verify layer counting alongside radio carbon dating (as opposed to wesite carbon dating?) can be used on ice layers (as depicted in the diagram 2, or sedimentary rock, seabed and other subsurface sedimentary layers etc. Iy is widely used to correlate core drillings through ocean floors and river beds, wetlands, tundra and so on. Report: The Geological Society of America's open-access journal GSA Today. Astrological Cycles :Short, DA, JG Mengel, TJ Crowley, WT Hyde and GR North 1991: Filtering of Milankovitch Cycles by Earth's Geography. Quaternary Research. 35, 157--173.
  • evisceration 2 another closure technique perforated blind eye after a bacterial ulcer
  • How to Care for your Bacteria Culture This video shows you how easy it is to care for bacteria cultures including cultures on agar media (petri dishes and test tubes) , in broth, or freeze-dried (lyphilized). For more information on bacteria cultures and kits, or to see more science education supplies, visit: /bacteria
  • Electrical Current through a Bacterial Toxin Alpha-hemolysin, a protein manufactured by bacteria that forms pores in cell membranes, can be used to detect molecules because they block electrical current through the pore. The movie shows a computer simulation in which the motion of ions from salt dissolved in the water can be seen. The positively charged potassium ions (in blue) move upward through the alpha-hemolysin (in green), while the negatively charged chloride ions (in red) move downward, constituting an electric current. Visit here for more information: www.ks.uiuc.edu
  • BIO2192 Unit 3 Preparing a Bacterial Smear and Heat Fixing
  • Immune System - Fighting Infection by Clonal Selection 'Fighting Infection by Clonal Selection' was created to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Burnet's Clonal Selection Theory. The animation shows how clonal selection works during a bacterial infection of the throat. Frank Macfarlane Burnet was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1960 and is widely acknowledged as the founder of modern immunology.
  • Toxic Shock Syndrome : What Is Toxic Shock Syndrome? Toxic shock syndrome is a bacterial infection in which toxins are released in the body, and these toxins may go on to damage organs. Find out how toxic shock syndrome can be caused by tampons that have been left in too long, contaminated surgical wounds and contaminated burns with help from an OB/GYN in this free video on toxic shock syndrome. Expert: Dr. Mieke Lane Contact: Bio: Dr. Mieke Lane is an OB/GYN at Cascadia Women's Clinic in Vancouver, Wash. Filmmaker: Lisa Fenderson
  • ***yzing DNA with a Bacterial Toxin The movie shows a computer simulation of a molecule of DNA (in orange) pulled by an electric field through alpha-hemolysin (in cyan), a toxin manufactured by bacteria that forms a pore in the membrane (in gold). While in the pore, the DNA blocks electrical current through it, allowing the DNA to be detected, its length to be measured, and whether it consists of A's, T's, C's, or G's to be determined. Visit here for more information: www.ks.uiuc.edu
  • Direct Numerical Simulation Demonstrating how Turbulence can Modulate a Bacterial Distribution As part of ongoing work, we are examining the impact of turbulence on the ability of motile bacteria to swim up chemical gradients, a process known as chemotaxis. In this direct numerical simulation, a patch of dissolved nutrients was injected into fully-developed homogeneous, isotropic turbulence. The red iso-surface indicates where the nutrient concentration is 10% of its initial maximum value. Bacteria start out uniformly distributed throughout the computational volume, but quickly begin to cluster around the nutrient filaments. The color volume rendering shows where the bacteria concentration is larger than the initial value. As reported in Taylor and Stocker (2010), the optimal advantage of chemotactic bacteria occurs at intermediate turbulence levels.
  • We Are Living in a Bacterial World This Film has been submitted for consideration for entry in the 2011 APIC Annual Film Festival.
  • The Systems Architecture of a Bacterial Cell Cycle Stanford Professor Lucy Shapiro is renowned for her contributions to the fields of developmental biology, molecular biology, and genetics. She examines the functions required to reproduce and maintain life in the simple bacterial cell by using a systems engineering approach that defines the control circuitry integrated in time and space. Series: UC Berkeley Graduate Council Lectures [6/2009] [Humanities] [Science] [Show ID: 16423]
  • Preparing a bacterial culture (broth to broth) Please view this video sometime before we do Lab Exercise 3 (Culture and Aseptic Technique).
  • Raw Kale Avocado Salad #87 - First off, thanks for all of your posts and support from yesterday's show... Also, thanks to those who criticized me as well. Even to the guy who said I'm a health fraud since I got a bacterial infection. ;-) Everyone is entitled to an opinion, whether I agree or not! Though I will publicly disagree with him... Last night was tough... I had a massive fever, sweats and didn't get much sleep at all. But today is much better and I'm positive that I won't have those symptoms again. (I have no idea if they were due to the Lyme or the antibiotics!) Annmarie was ready to do today's show on her own in case I didn't feel well, but I feel much better today... so you get both of us! This raw kale salad was contributed in part by one of our faithful watchers, Bernadette! Thanks, Bernadette for being a true superhero with your comments and support! This is one of those great meals that you can make and take with you, so go ahead and take a look...
  • Preparing a bacterial culture (slant to plate) Please view this video sometime before we do Lab Exercise 3 (Culture and Aseptic Technique).