HIV1.wmv In these seven videos Dr Karim Essani, Ph.D. From Western Michigan University describes the basics of the human immune system and HIV virus. Dr Essani teaches molecular and cellular biology, microbiology, immunology, infectous disease, and virology. His research interests include the molecular and immunological aspects of viral infection.
29- Ascaridil - Auto-hemotherapy Dr. Luiz Moura - English subtitles 29- Ascaridil, 30- Dosage Ascaridil: Combined use of auto-hemotherapy with Ascaridil: Ascaridil is a medicine that was and is used for worms. The generic raw material is called Levamisole Hydrochloride. The immune-modulator action of Ascaridil was discovered by chance by American doctors, who were carrying out a campaign against verminosis in California. They found that patients with leukaemia had got better. They decided to study Levamisole Hydrochloride and discovered that it had enormous potential as an immunological boost and that it worked with a series of diseases. It worked very well with herpes, both herpes simplex and herpes zoster, and even with Hansen's disease it was used with great results, rheumatoid arthritis and in cancer as well, stimulating the Immune System. They used it as a coadjutant to chemotherapy and radiotherapy. Mysteriously, the product for this purpose called Stimamizol was removed from the market. As I have a copy of the Stimamizol directions, I put it together with the Ascaridil directions. I give these copies to my patients, so they can understand the reason for prescribing medicine against worms to cure rheumatoid arthritis, herpes, etc. The dosage of Ascaridil: Levamisole Hydrochloride is an immune modulator, it is not just an immune stimulant. Adding Levamisole Hydrochloride to auto-hemotherapy - one modulating and the other stimulating - works very well in autoimmune diseases. Taking 2 (two) tablets a week for 8 (eight) weeks - later on ...
A symptom list: Myalgic Encephalomyelitis Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) is a debilitating acquired neurological disease which has been recognised by the World Health Organisation (WHO) since 1969 as a distinct organic neurological disorder with the code G.93.3. Myalgic Encephalomyelitis symptoms are manifested by virtually all bodily systems including: cognitive, cardiac, cardiovascular, immunological, endocrinological, respiratory, hormonal, gastrointestinal and musculo-skeletal dysfunctions and damage. ME is a neurological illness of extraordinarily incapacitating dimensions that affects virtually every bodily system -- not a problem of medically unexplained 'chronic fatigue.' Many with ME are housebound or bedbound. People with ME would give anything to instead only be severely 'fatigued' or tired all the time. For more information, and to see a full symptom list for ME (available in Word or PDF format), see: Also note that it should not be assumed that because you may have some percentage of the symptoms on the list that you necessarily have ME - many of them are common in a variety of other illnesses and it is the pattern of symptoms (and the acute onset type) which enables a ME diagnosis to be made, as well as the presence of a number of core characteristics and symptoms (and test results) which are always present in the illness, and without which a diagnosis of ME should never be made. (For example, damage to the brain, the CNS, which is visible on brain scans, and the unique ...
Traditional foods and practices have immunological benefits Brief interaction with Dr Sultan Ahmed Ismail, Head, Department of Biotechnology, The New College, Chennai, and Managing Director, Ecoscience Research Foundation, Chennai (), October 7, 2009, 5 pm
Stained immunological synapse Total LFA-1 (red) and active LFA-1 (green) are stained in immunological synapse. More information on this project can be found here: www.urmc.rochester.edu
Introduction to how the immune system works | Biology | Anatomy | Immunology To purchase this DVD please visit Segment from the program The Immunological System: Recognition, Attack, and Memory. DVD Description Our Immune System DVD starts by looking at external barriers to microbial attack such as the skin and mucus membranes and non-specific internal defenses such as macrophages, natural killer cells, and the inflammatory response. The program then delves into the immune response including the recognition of invaders by antibodies and T-cell receptors, the destruction of invaders by antibodies and cytotoxic T-cells, and the immunity conferred by memory cells. A discussion of how vaccinations work and current AIDS research concludes the program.
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Influence of Yiqi Yangyin Jiedu Formula on the Immunological Function Part 1 of 2 Dr. Jiaxiang Liu on Influence of Yiqi Yangyin Jiedu Formula on the Immunological Function,Serum VEGF, sCD44v6, CYFRA21-1 of NSCLC Patient and Their Relevance to Survival Period at Society of Integrative Oncology International conference in Shanghai in April of 2008
Immunological links Autism and immunological influences... the severly autistic child depicted is in the middle of an ABA therapy session.
Академик П.В.Волошин,Авакян Г.С. (Academician P.Voloshin, G.Avakian) Офф.сайт: (). Expand and see the description in English Mr. Peter Voloshyn, the director of Institute of neurology, psychiatry and addictology of Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine: "The fact that Mr. Avakyan actually helps his patients is based on two factors' interaction. The first factor is immunological one. As it is commonly known, folk medicine has always used plant preparations in treatment. Whereas Mr. Avakyan has organized the use of various ecological herbs gathered and mixed elaborately that improve immunological state. The second factor that I mentioned is stress and distress. I think that the ability of Mr. Avakyan to influence emotions, remove distress, cause a person to believe in the possibility of recovery is a factor which promotes the positive results of the method of Mr. Avakyan. "I would even say that Mr. Avakyan is a preacher in his own way for he can influence a human mind. Those patients who come to Mr. Avakyan receive this passion, this belief that one can and should live."
HIV destroys helper T-cells | Biology | Anatomy | Immunology To purchase this program please visit Segment from the program The Immunological System: Recognition, Attack, and Memory. DVD Description Our Immune System DVD starts by looking at external barriers to microbial attack such as the skin and mucus membranes and non-specific internal defenses such as macrophages, natural killer cells, and the inflammatory response. The program then delves into the immune response including the recognition of invaders by antibodies and T-cell receptors, the destruction of invaders by antibodies and cytotoxic T-cells, and the immunity conferred by memory cells. A discussion of how vaccinations work and current AIDS research concludes the program.
immunology knight The Immunology Knight Short Cut for Immunology Award winner. A film sponsored by EFIS European Federation of Immunological Societies.
Final Immunology Media "hype" an Immunological perspective.
cordiseps the magic mushroom for immunological problems It fixes the DNA, works for otoimmunological problems like: cancer, diabetes, psoriasis, arthritis, impotence, high BP and more.
為什麼阿斯匹靈可以治療習慣性流產？ Anti-phospholipid antibodies and other immunological causes of recurrent foetal loss--a review of literature of various therapeutic protocols. Shetty S, Ghosh K. National Institute of Immunohaematology (ICMR), KEM Hospital, Parel, Mumbai 400012, India. Abstract PROBLEM: An immune-based aetiology is one of the several accepted causes for recurrent foetal loss (RFL). However, most of the immunological theories have not fulfilled the criteria for causality. This is a review of the various immunological causes of RFL and the outcome of different treatment protocols. METHOD OF STUDY: Both auto- and alloimmune maternal immunological abnormalities have been proposed to account for foetal loss. Among the autoimmune factors, anti-phospholipid antibodies (APAs) have been demonstrated to be the strongest risk factors for foetal loss, the prevalence of which is as high as 40% in women with RFL. Other autoimmune antibodies implicated in RFL are anti-nuclear antibodies (ANAs), anti-thyroid antibodies and anti-endothelial cell antibodies. The alloimmune factors implicated in pregnancy loss of unknown aetiology include abnormal natural killer (NK) cell activity, alteration in T helper 1 (Th1) and T helper 2 (Th2) ratios, presence of alloimmune antibodies like anti-paternal cytotoxic antibodies, anti-idiotypic antibodies, mixed lymphocyte reaction blocking antibodies and abnormal expression of HLA-G molecules. Management of patients with RFL is mainly based on immunomodulatory ...
WIlliam Shaw, PhD - Testing for Multifactorial Causes of Autism, ADHD, and PDD William Shaw, Ph.D. obtained his doctorate in biochemistry, genetics, and human physiology from the Medical University of South Carolina. He is certified in the fields of clinical chemistry and toxicology by the American Board of Clinical Chemistry. Dr. Shaw worked for six years in nutritional biochemistry, endocrinology and immunology at the US Centers for Disease Control and for twelve years in Smith Kline Beecham Clinical Laboratories where he was involved with specialized medical testing for toxicology (poisons and drugs), immunology, tumor receptors and endocrinology. For the subsequent five years, William was an associate professor at the University of Missouri at Kansas City (UMKC) School of Medicine. At the same time, he served as Director of Clinical Chemistry, Toxicology and Endocrinology and the organic acid testing for metabolic conditions at UMKC's Children's Mercy Hospital. Currently, William serves as Director of The Great Plains Laboratory for health, metabolism and nutrition in Lenexa, Kansas. He specializes in metabolic and nutritional factors in a wide range of human diseases, with a special focus on the the metabolic, infectious, nutritional, and immunological causes of autism and PDD.
Phage research (1) - Wroclaw, Poland This 4-minute slide presentation is an introduction to the phage therapy clinic in south-west Poland (a Centre of Excellence and part of the Polish Academy of Sciences, government-funded and not-for-profit). You can see the laboratories and meet some of the patients who have been treated successfully for antibiotic-resistant MRSA hospital-acquired infections. The clinic welcomes patients from other countries and has published numerous papers, including data showing that phage therapy is much less expensive than antibiotic therapy. There is also research evidence from Poland that phages can have anti-cancer activity and immunological effects. This Churchill Fellow's report makes it clear that research and funding are urgently needed internationally, to develop the potential. Narrative from 'The Health Value Of Bacteriophages' by Elizabeth Grace Filby. NEWS: July 2008 Prof. Andrzej Gorski (Vice-President of the Polish Academy of Sciences) is a Plenary speaker at the international bacteriophage conference in Edinburgh, Scotland, July 2008. 20-page Churchill Fellow's report downloadable at Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Travelling Research Fellowship Award 2007. (travel blog and photo galleries of further research in Tbilisi, Georgia, Lubbock TX, Washington DC, Olympia WA and Toronto, Canada). Background music by F.Chopin courtesy of http THERAPEUTIC USE OF BACTERIOPHAGES IN BACTERIAL INFECTIONS www.aite.wroclaw.pl Bacteriophage therapy ...
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Immunological Synapse This video describes the structure and function of an immunological synapse, the zone of contact between a T cell and an antigen presenting cell. This video is from: Janeway's Immunobiology, 7th Edition Murphy, Travers, & Walport ISBN: 978-0-8153-4123-9
Presentazione rivista IMJ (the IMID Medical Journal) Immunological, Allergological and Environmental Review
Immunological Bystander Reaction : Reaccion de Asistencia Inmunologica Mechanism of Action of Bioregulatory Medications (aKa Antihomotoxic Medications) MOA
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Video 84.wmv processes within an organism that protects against disease by identifying and killing pathogens and tumour cells. It detects a wide variety of agents, from viruses to parasitic worms, and needs to distinguish them from the organism's own healthy cells and tissues in order to function properly. Detection is complicated as pathogens can evolve rapidly, producing adaptations that avoid the immune system and allow the pathogens to successfully infect their hosts. To survive this challenge, multiple mechanisms evolved that recognize and neutralize pathogens. Even simple unicellular organisms such as bacteria possess enzyme systems that protect against viral infections. Other basic immune mechanisms evolved in ancient eukaryotes and remain in their modern descendants, such as plants, fish, reptiles, and insects. These mechanisms include antimicrobial peptides called defensins, phagocytosis, and the complement system. Vertebrates such as humans have even more sophisticated defense mechanisms. The immune systems of vertebrates consist of many types of proteins, cells, organs, and tissues, which interact in an elaborate and dynamic network. As part of this more complex immune response, the human immune system adapts over time to recognize specific pathogens more efficiently. This adaptation process is referred to as "adaptive immunity" or "acquired immunity" and creates immunological memory. Immunological memory created from a primary response to a specific pathogen, provides ...
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Dancing as Evolutionary Strategy Dances are thinly disguised simulations of *** acts. But there's more to dancing than bawdy ribaldry. The sweaty proximity allows the partners to exchange an enormous amount of information about their respective bodies: from joint suppleness, through spatial orientation and coordination, and down to the fine details of their immunological systems (such as the major histocompatibility complex MHC) carried by their body odours. In this sense, dancing aids and abets the forces of natural selection and eugenic breeding. Indeed, in many 16th and 17th century textbooks dancing is grouped with hunting, fighting, wrestling, and running.
Genetic Links ...and immunological disorder...
Tumor Immunology To apply recent molecular and immunological techniques to discover novel tumor antigens overexpressed in Saudi patients with leukemia and breast cancer. (Arabic only)
Progressive Multifocal Leukoencephalopathy Dr. Joseph R. Berger, chair of the Department of Neurology at the University of Kentucky, studies neurological disorders such as progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy. PML, a rare viral disease, can affect those individuals with compromised immune systems. Dr. Berger provides an overview of pathobiology, clinical manifestations and immunological perturbations.
31- Magnesium Osteoporosis - Auto-hemotherapy Dr. Luiz Moura English subtitles 31- Magnesium Osteoporosis, 32- Pregnant Women: Does magnesium chloride work on osteoporosis, bursitis and arthrosis? Yes, because it regulates the whole calcium metabolism. It fixes the calcium where it should be, for example, on osteopenias, and osteoporosis and removes the calcium from where it should not be, from arteries, joints, it removes calcium oxalate stones from kidneys removes general calcifications in calcified bursitis. It removes the calcium when it is in the wrong place and fixes the calcium where there is a deficiency provided that at the same time the person has a diet rich in calcium, so for those who take magnesium chloride there is no risk at all of taking excess calcium. There is a risk of excess calcium, arteries and joints calcification for those who are not taking magnesium, which regulates the distribution of calcium, in this case really there is a risk. Many people think that those who have arteriosclerosis cannot take calcium because it will harden the arteries, it will, if is not taken with magnesium, but if taken along with magnesium, no, because the calcium is only going to fix where it should be. The magnesium is the regulator of calcium. Can pregnant or breastfeeding women use auto-hemotherapy? Pregnant women can have auto-hemotherapy, there is no danger whatsoever. When breastfeeding, the milk will contain more antibodies than if she were not having auto-hemotherapy. The child will receive an immunological boost.
House: The Curious Case of Chagas' Disease House and his team solve an immunological mystery! An MFS PhysioLOGIC Production.
French dignitaries visit Baylor's HIV Vaccine Lab at Baylor Research Institute The French Ambassador to the United States, Pierre Vimont, along with Andre Syrota, MD, PhD, general director of Inserm, the French equivalent to the NIH, toured their $8 million investment at the Baylor Research Institute (BRI) on Friday, June 19, 2009. Inserm awarded Baylor the multimillion grant to research a potential HIV vaccine—one designed to help patients better control their disease without the use of medication. Baylor Institute for Immunology Research (BIIR), a component of BRI and led by Jacques Banchereau, PhD, has been researching a unique technology aimed at restoring an HIV-infected persons immunological response to the virus using cells from the patients own immune system. For more information about Baylor's research, visit bit.ly
Fighting Cancer with Immunology-Based Techniques Professor Yoram Reiter describes his approach to fighting cancer using immunological principles.
Yee, Immunological Cancer therapy part 2-2 Yee, Immunological Cancer therapy part 2-2 Using CD4 cells to treat cancer
Nobel Laureate Lecture: Susumu Tonegawa, '68 PhD UCSD Biology 50th Anniversary Special Event Nobel Laureate Lecture: Susumu Tonegawa, '68 PhD From Molecular Biology to Immunology and Neuroscience: A Journey of a Lifetime Susumu Tonegawa's extraordinary and prolific scientific career may be encapsulated in threes: three continents, three disciplines, and three subjects for his talk: "I will reminisce about studying molecular biology at UCSD and the Salk Institute as a graduate student in the 1960s; I will discuss the essence of the immunological research we conducted at Basel that led to the Nobel Prize in 1987; and I will outline the exciting contemporary research on learning and memory being conducted at MIT." Dr. Tonegawa graduated in 1963 from Kyoto University and earned his Ph.D. in molecular biology at UC San Diego, then went on to a postdoctoral fellowship at the Salk Institute. He spent a decade at the Basel Institute for Immunology in Switzerland, and since 1980 has been at MIT This special Nobel Laureate lecture event is sponsored by the Ray Thomas Edwards Foundation in collaboration UCSD Neurobiology.
Immunological synapse formation Ca2+ influx during immunological synapse formation between human T cell (color) and APC. More information on this project can be found here: www.urmc.rochester.edu
Allergy test, allergy and asthma Care Hong Kong, 過敏測試 The video above shows how allergy skin test done. Allergic symptoms can be caused by different immunological mechanisms.The type of tests needed to diagnose allergy depends on the type of allergic reaction being investigated. Skin prick tests involve the introduction of a tiny amount of allergens into the surface layer of the skin, where there is a rich source of mast cells. A small swelling surrounded by redness will appear after 15 minutes if there is sensitivity to the allergens. Skin prick tests are quick, safe and accurate. A large variety of allergenic extracts are commercially available for testing. However, the skin must be in good condition and the patient must not have taken antihistamines beforehand. Patients with active dermatitis or urticaria (hives) should not be tested because increased skin sensitivity might result in false positive results.
The Science of Stress Physiology Emotions Fight Flight Till 1994 we believed —a wild animal, whatever it happens to be—came through to a relay station called the thalamus, the thalamus sends the information to the cortex, or the pre-frontal cortex. What was believed was the cortex initiates an automatic knee-jerk response: Behavioural - we jump back; Physiological - we increase our blood pressure and adrenalin to fight or flight, and then an Immunological response in case the system is damaged in some way. But in fact, back in 1994, Joseph LeDoux and his team discovered this pathway to this guy called the amygdala. Now the amygdala is a key emotional centre in the brain, and what they discovered was that it was the amygdala that initiates the response, not the cortex. In fact, even more important than that, the amygdala initiates the response before the information reaches the cortex. Now, because the amygdala is there to keep us alive, it's actually not very accurate, but very high speed, and the cortex is very accurate, but relatively slow. So, we've initiated a response; activated a response before the information even reaches the cortex. Why does that matter? Well, the cortex is where we learn new things; it's where we learn how to behave. So what we call default behaviours today—and a perfect example of that would be road-rage—so we might get involved in some altercation on the road, we get very frustrated and angry with somebody, then a moment later we realise we perhaps overreacted; because that's ...
25. Biomedical Engineers and Artificial Organs Frontiers of Biomedical Engineering (BENG 100) In this final lecture, Professor Saltzman talks about artificial organs, with a stress on synthetic biomaterials. First, the body's responses (immunological and scar healing responses) to foreign materials are introduced. This leads to discussion of different types of polymer/plastic materials (ie, Dacron and GORE-TEX) and their properties. Next, Professor Saltzman talks about the design and function of some artificial organs, such as lens implants, heart valves and vessels, hip, dialyzer, heart/lung bypass machine, and the artificial heart. Lastly, challenges and areas for improvement in the field are presented. 00:00 - Chapter 1. Introduction to Biomaterials 03:15 - Chapter 2. Polymers 15:50 - Chapter 3. Threat of Coagulation and Clotting 22:22 - Chapter 4. Physical Responses to Biomaterials 27:41 - Chapter 5. Joint Replacement Using Biomaterials 38:01 - Chapter 6. Dialysis 43:51 - Chapter 7. Artificial Organs and Conclusion Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: open.yale.edu This course was recorded in Spring 2008.