Autosomal Gene Linkage (Part 4) The fourth part to the presentation
Spanish Genetics-Andalucía.avi The current Anthropological and biological profile of the Spanish population of Andalucía was ***yzed in this presentation. By means of historical records, anthropological studies and a compilation of recent genetic studies the population of Andalucía was studied. To do the following presentation information was gathered from several genetic studies done either directly or indirectly on the Spanish population of Andalucía. The current genetic make up of the Spanish population of Andalucía was ***yzed by the means of the genetic information collected from several genetic studies. The frequencies of Y-DNA & Mt-DNA Haplogroups along with several Autosomal markers were taken into account when ***yzing the genetic contributions of several groups to the present population of Andalucía, Spain. Conclusions were drawn based on the information gathered and ***yzed from the different genetics studies. Finally a presentation of pictures of famous people of Andalucía was shown for the visual aspect of the presentation.
Croatian Origins New Genetics This is a video of the latest theories regarding the origins of mainland Croats and Bosnian Croats. They have the highest percentage of Haplogroup I in the world, a haplogroup that has been recognized as the only native European Y chromosome haplogroup. Also I have added very new data gathered from autosomal studies. In conclusion, there is very strong evidence that Croats are of Northern European origins. The Iranian theory for the origin of Croats is not supported and can be completely debunked.
Definitely caught a cold *Achoo!* I was wondering if I caught my boyfriend's cold. I definitely did. Woke up this morning feeling horrible. Sore throat, sneezing, sniffly, cough, congestion, etc...Please, feel free to comment.
Geneticinheritance.avi Genetic inheritance, Autosomal Dominant, Autosomal recessive, X-linked recessive, Mitochondrial
Cellular Adaptation ft Manik, MDMC Cellular Adaptation: Chapter 1 Seven Causes of Cellular Injury 1. Hypoxia 2. Infectious 3. Hypersensitivity 4. Autoimmune 5. Congenital 6. Chemical/Physical 7. Nutritional/Vitamin excess of deficiency Cellular Adaptation: 1. Dysplasia 2. Metaplasia 3. Hyperplasia 4. Hypertrophy 5. Atrophy Different Types of Necrosis 1. Liguefactive 2. Coagulative 3. Gangrenous 4. Finbrinoid 5. Fat 6. Caseous Hook It's a broad and complex field, seeking to understand The mechanism of cellular injury and how the body can Respond and repair -- cellular adaptation Of which 7 causes are identified -- let's make haste Most common is hypoxia -- second is infectious Hypersensitivity -- autoimmune are next -- run the check list Congenital, chemical, physical forms of injury Nutritional or vitamin -- excess or deficiency V1 Cause on the cellular level -- the responses to injury There's adaptation or injury reversibility. If irreversible, cell death's the diagnosis, Either by apoptosis or necrosis LCGF2C Life Can Get Far Too Complicated So let's see the 6 types of Necrosis: Liquefactive, Coagulative, Gangrenous, Fibrinoid, Fat, and Caseus. The craziest and most common form is Coagulative. Need an H&E Stain and microscope to examine it To see the cytoplasmic proteins denatured; Loss of nucleus with a preserved architecture. Lyrical Lectures and cellular destruction By hydrolytic enzymes -- Liquefactive Necrosis -- Occurs in abscesses -- brain infarcts -- or pancreas (ie) Leukocyte enzymes causing pus ...
Eph School Project audio.mov Mendelian inheritance are disorders that happen when genetic mutations are passed on in set proportions to offspring. There are three subtypes or patterns of Mendelian inheritance. .Autosomal dominant .Autosomal recessive .X-linked disorders Sickle Cell Anemia is an example of autosomal recessive disease For the autosomal recessive to be inherited, two copies of the abnormal gene must be present. If only one of the recessive mutated genes is present, then the offspring will just be a carrier, which means that the offspring will possess the trait but not express any symptoms of the disease. this clips shows the likelihood of off spring developing a autosomal recessive disorder
Autosomal Gene Linkage (Part 5) The last part to the presentation, For guys who saw till this presentation, i really appreciate that you took in an interest in watching it, hope you found it useful
NEUROFIBROMATOSE-NEUROFIBROMATOSYS -Neurofibromatosis is a genetically-transmitted disease in which nerve tissue grows tumors (eg neurofibromas) that may be harmless or may cause serious damage by compressing nerves and other tissues. The disorder affects all neural crest cells (Schwann cells, melanocytes, endoneurial fibroblasts). Cellular elements from these cell types proliferate excessively throughout the body forming tumors and the melanocytes function abnormally resulting in disordered skin pigmentation.The tumors may cause bumps under the skin, colored spots, skeletal problems, pressure on spinal nerve roots, and other neurological problems. Neurofibromatosis is autosomal dominant, which means that it is autosomal (it affects males and females equally often) and dominant (only one copy of the affected gene is needed to get the disorder). Therefore, if only one parent has neurofibromatosis, his or her children have a 50% chance of developing the condition as well. Disease severity in affected individuals, however, can vary (this is called variable expressivity). Moreover, in around half of cases there is no other affected family member because a new mutation has occurred. -BY ED ZERATI -.br
Porphryria Makes You Vomit and Die The porphyrias are among the most-hated diseases in medicine.The porphyrias are a family of diseases caused by errors of heme synthesis, variably expressed and (no doubt) much under-diagnosed (Postgrad. Med. 86: 295, 1989). Since porphyrin synthesis enzymes are in short supply, the common ones are autosomal dominants. All are semi-treatable. All get missed, and the patients suffer and die (Medicine 71: 1, 1992). Easy updates: Lancet 365: 241, 2005; Ann. Int. Med. 142: 439, 2005; Am. J. Clin. Path. 119(S3): S-86, 2003. New porphyrias continue to be described (* for example, a coproporphyria variant with severe hemolysis: Blood 91: 1453, 1998).
Alpha Mael - Achoo (UK Sparks Convention 2009) Alpha Mael along with special guests, original Sparks guitarists Ian Hampton and Trevor White performing a wonderful rendition of a classic track from the Propaganda album at the 2009 Official UK Sparks Convention in Brighton in aid of the Rainbow Trust. An absolute honour and joy to see and an incredible guitar solo by Trevor at the end. Alpha Mael are; David Alston - lead vocals Kevin J. Hook - electric guitar & programming Filmed by Simon Majury & Patrick McGahern Edited by Patrick McGahern
Dong - The Hole - Achoo Cha Cha - Grace Chang w/subs.mp4 Video from the movie The Hole (orginal titled "Dong" , directed by Tsai Ming-Liang. Soundtrack with songs performed by Grace Chang written by Yao Ming. Yang Kuei-Mei (the woman downstairs dances & mimes.
Ep001 Retinitis Pigmentosa Introduction What is RP, What is retinitis pigmentosa, rp disease, retinitis pigmentosa disease, effects of RP, effects of retinitis pigmentosa, Children with rp, RPmousecheeks introduces herself and explains about the disease retinitis pigmentosa (RP) and how it effects her
For our precious Veeti (our little INCL warrior) Veeti is son of my cousin. He's very important to our family. We love him so much no matter what he have to go thru! Veeti's now 3 years old, but he's not like others in that age.. He will never be. ABOUT INCL: INCL is also known as Infantile Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinoses or Santavuori Disease is a form of NCL and inherited as a recessive autosomal genetic trait. The disorder is progressive, degenerative and fatal, extremely rare worldwide with approximately 60 official cases reported by 1982, perhaps 100 sufferers in total today but relatively common in Finland due to the local founder effect. The development of children born with INCL is normal for the first 8-18 months, but will then flounder and start to regress both physically and mentally. Motor skills and speech are lost, and optic athropy causes blindness. A variety of neurological symptoms, such as epilepsy and myoclonic seizures, appear. The senses of hearing and touch remain unaffected, and sufferers have been known to enjoy music. The average lifespan of an INCL child is 5-10 years. Treatment is limited. Drugs can alleviate the symptoms, such as sleep difficulties and epilepsy. Physiotherapy helps affected children retain the ability to remain upright for as long as possible, and prevents some of the pain. Recent attempts to treat INCL with Cystagon have been unsuccessful. || Dont take these photos for any purpose! All copyright belongs to my family! ||
Talking *Achoo!* with my cold I try and talk with my cold per request I received. Bare with me, my throat is really sore but I gave it a try anyway. Please, feel free to comment.
Angel Jody Michael ---Autosomal recessive polycystic kidney disease (ARPKD) This video was done by Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep. To read our full story visit . Our precious son Jody Michael lived for one precious hour before he was received in Heaven. He passed due to complications caused by Autosomal recessive polycystic kidney disease (ARPKD)
ACHOO! (12.1.10 - Day 22) I'm doing daily vlogs for who knows how long! Here's what I did today(: Main Channel: iPhone channel: Collab Channel: comment! thumbs up! subscribe!
Achoo & Akbar funny cartoon with punjabi dubbing.3gp don't miss this video
Tay-Sachs: An Untimely Killer A 9th grade biology project detailing the destructive nature of Tay-Sachs.
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CA - Cerebellar Abiotrophy - affected arabian horse filly This is a 1 month old arabian horse filly with the genetic disease CA - Cerebellar Abiotrophy. The video is taken at the animal clinic of the University of Zürich in l992 - added are some informative additions for better understandig of this autosomal recessive genetic disease. Since 2009 is a test available to avoid affected foals.
Lots of cold sneezes *achoo!* Not as much coughing this time. Maybe it's dying down, but the sneezes are definitely keep rolling.
Faces of ARPKD/CHF by the ARPKD/CHF Alliance Nonprofit public charity committed to Autosomal Recessive PKD and Congenital Hepatic Fibrosis.
Part 5 - Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Clotting Venous Thromboembolism, Genetic Predisposition, Acquired Trigger(s), Thrombosis, family history of blood clotting, genetic thrombophilia, Factor V Leiden, Prothrombin Gene Mutation, Protein C deficiency, Protein S deficiency, Antithrombin-III deficiency, Dysfibrinogenemia,Autosomal dominant inheritance (Slides 16 - 20).
Te Kaha Rapata-Apiata - MECP2 DUPLICATION SYNDROME This video was created based on a child who has MECP2 DUPLICATION SYNDROME. He is only three years old and has alot of difficuties. Now the queastion is... WHAT IS MECP2 DUPLICATION SYNDROME??? The syndrome was first discovered in 2005. The MECP2 Duplication Syndrome is usually caused by duplication of DNA on the Xq28 region of the chromosome. Most reported duplications are sub-microscopic (cannot be seen with a microscope by standard chromosome ***ysis) and span 0.3 to 4 megabases of DNA in size. Many cases of "functional disomy" of the Xq28 region (meaning an extra copy of the Xq28 region that occurs somewhere other than directly at Xq28) due to chromosome Xq-Yq translocation, chromosome Xq-Xp rearrangements, and chromosome X-autosomal chromosome translocations have also been reported. Many of these cases were reported before the name "MECP2 Duplication Syndrome" was assigned. MECP2 Duplication Syndrome is most commonly inherited in an X-linked manner. Most affected males have inherited the MeCP2 duplication from a carrier mother, however, spontaneous (also known as de novo) duplications have been reported. If the mother has a MECP2 duplication, the chance of transmitting it in each pregnancy is 50%. In the case of de novo duplications, the possibility exists that the mother can have mosaicism and therefore only carry the duplicated X chromosome in her ova or egg cells (or only in some of these cells). Because ova or germ-line mosaicism cannot be ruled out in de novo ...
Autosomal Gene Linkage (part 1) Just a little bio presentation i made on Autosomal Gene Linkage
Autosomal Ressecive autosomal
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Autosomal Gene Linkage (Part 2) The second part to the presentation
Venous Malformations Dr. James Dinulos, MD discusses Venous Malformations. See more at PLEASE RATE AND COMMENT!!! Venous malformations are blue soft nodules, or large masses. Venous malformations can become darker blue when infants cry. When they are on the extremities, they can become larger when they are placed in a dependent position. Venous malformations can throb and become tender. Venous malformations can form calcifications in the lumen called phleboliths. Multiple venous malformations can be seen in the rare autosomal dominant condition called the blue rubber bleb nevus syndrome. Patients with blue rubber bleb nevus syndrome typically develop multiple red-blue soft and compressible papules scattered about the body. The lesions develop during early childhood and increase in number with age. The lesions are stable and do not resolve. The gastrointestinal tract may be involved, especially the small intestine and distal colon. Insidious gastrointestinal bleeding can result in iron deficiency anemia. Iron replacement is given for iron deficiency anemia and gastrointestinal lesions that are bleeding should be removed or cauterized by endoscopy. Blue rubber bleb syndrome must be differentiated from another rare condition called multiple glomangiomas. Glomangiomas are firm and less compressible than blue rubber bleb lesions. Multiple glomangiomas occur as an autosomal dominant condition, however gastrointestinal involvement is not seen.
Woof woof achoo! Sorry I haven't updated in awhile. My friend works for an animal rescue project and they just got two new puppies! I love the things but they make me sneeze. In this, I start off away from the puppies but with dog hair all over me but then a sneeze got stuck so I went back over to the puppies to see if I could make the sneeze come back. Needless to say, it did!
Inheritance patterns by Dr Neeta Lakhani The podcast discusses the basic concepts of inheritance patterns (autosomal dominant and autosomal recessive).
Song "Achoo, I've got a cold" - Children's Music Video Music video from the Treasure Attic video series - Show #1 "Let's Have Fun". Download this song for free at:
Biggest Discovery Ever Found! THE BLOOD OF YEHSHUA THE MESSIAH!!! While in the chamber, Ron noticed a dried, black substance in an earthquake crack in the roof, above the Ark of the Covenant. He noticed that this black substance was also on the lid of the cracked stone casing. Obviously, this substance had dripped from the crack in the roof, and provision had been made for it to land on the Ark of the Covenant, as the stone lid had been cracked and moved aside. Ron wondered what substance could be so sacred, that God made provision for it to land on the Mercy Seat of the Ark of the Covenant. He remembered the earthquake crack at the foot of the cross hole, and suddenly an awesome realization as to what had happened, came over him. Ron traced the earthquake crack, and indeed it was the same crack as the one at the cross hole. The dried black substance in the crack was tested and proved to be blood, apparently the blood of Jesus Christ. The Bible says that when Jesus died there was an earthquake and the rocks were rent (Matt. 27:51). A Roman soldier speared Christ in His side in order to make sure He was dead, and blood and water poured out (John 19:34). Ron Wyatt discovered that this same blood and water poured down through the earthquake crack and fell upon the Mercy Seat of the Ark of the Covenant... Human cells normally have 46 chromosomes. These are actually 23 pairs of homologous chromosomes. In each pair of chromosomes, one of the pair is from the mother and the other member is from the father. Therefore, 23 chromosomes come from ...
Catching a cold?-still sneezing *achoo!* Still not feeling so great. Can't decide if I am just tired and worn down, or if I am actually coming down with my boyfriend's cold. Please, feel free to comment. *Achoo!*
Autosomal Gene Linkage (Part 3) The third part to the presentation
HOT PHOTIC Sneezing Automaicly
Pepper...ACHOO? I am going to keep trying to capture myself sneezing! And if you capture yourself sneezing a video response would be AMAZING!
Donald Yates from DNA Consultants on Jewish Voice TV Principal Investigator Donald Yates from DNA Consultants was interviewed by Jewish Voice television host Jonathan Bernis, September 3, 2010, on his book When Scotland Was Jewish and new autosomal DNA tests that can tell if you carry Jewish ancestry markers. Link: .
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Achondroplasia: Genetic Causes A shocking look at the genetic processes involved in the inheritance of achondroplasia. This was a grade 11 biology project.