Placing the Antibiotic Disks for the Antibiotic Susceptibility Test Here, we're placing the disks impregnated with various antibiotics on the plate. After we incubate the bacteria, we'll see how much of a zone of inhibition each antibiotic creates, and how we would treat an infection of this bacterium!
AACR 2009: Genetic susceptibility for chronic lymphocytic leukaemia Susan L. Slager, Ph.D., associate professor, division of biostatistics, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, presenting at the 100th AACR meeting, Denver, 2009: Confirmation of a Set of Genetic Susceptibility Variants for Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL)
ApoE4, a-beta, and Alzheimer's disease Susceptibility (1 of 4) Professor Dennis Selkoe discusses the degree to which the ApoE4 gene is associated with early onset Alzheimer's disease.
Functional characterization of the novel ALS susceptibility locus UNC 13A Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis is an adult-onset, disabling and fatal disease characterized by progressive degeneration of motor neurons in brain and spinal cord. No cure is available for ALS and the median survival is 3 years. The main objective of our research proposal is to initiate a research line that translates recent successes in ALS genetics into functional studies, to identify pathogenic pathways and targets for treatment for our patients suffering from this progressive fatal disease.
antibiotic susceptibility testing by disk diffusion Performance of antibiotic susceptibility testing by disk diffusion method.
Antibiotic Susceptibility Test Results Here, we discuss the results of our test.
Observation test How blind are you really?
The effect of soil acidity on wheat growth and disease susceptibility We all know that keeping our soil pH between 6.5 and 6.8 is absolutely necessary to obtain optimal yields. This video clip shows the effect of soil acidity on wheat growth and disease susceptibility. At this point in the growing season, powdery mildew is the main disease capitalizing on the weakened plants. The soil pH in this area of the field is about 4.5.
MS Susceptibility - MSRA Public Lecture - Dr Sreeram Ramagopalan Dr Sreeram Ramagopalan presented on MS susceptibility at the MS Research Australia public lecture. The lecture was provided to give delegates insight into the latest advances in MS research, current challenges towards prevention, better treatment and a cure for MS.
Advances in Understanding Susceptibility to Infectious Diseases Through the use of two case studies, Dr. Thomas Hawn, Professor of Medicine from the Department of Allergy and Infectious Disease at the University of Washington, provides a brief history of innate immunity, genetics and the potential for personalized medicine to address infectious diseases in the future. To see more videos from the University of Washington visit .
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Susceptibility Weighted Imaging (SWI) - Canadian Magnetic Imaging - Susceptibility Weighted Imaging or SWI is good for identifying old injuries to the brain, for example from a car accident. SWI helps identify hemosiderin, which is the final break down product of blood. SWI is best done several weeks or month after an injury because it takes time for blood to break down into hemosiderin.
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Aging Increases Susceptibility to Atrial Fibrillation - Mayo Clinic Atrial fibrillation is a major national health problem, with a projected 6-fold increase in prevalence and costs exceeding $15 billion per year. Susceptibility of the atria to fibrillation is 100 times more prevalence in the older-elderly compared to young adults. Arshad Jahangir, MD, a cardiologist at Mayo Clinic, studies the molecular basis for the effect of aging on the heart's response to stress.
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Disease Susceptibility - Gene-disease Association Studies View the full Interactive Tutorial at: An alternative approach to identifying disease susceptibility gene variants is based on the concept of association. Whilst linkage deals with a specific genetic relationship between loci on a chromosome, association describes a statistical relationship between genes or genetic variants and the disease of interest. The aim of association studies is to identify disease susceptibility gene variants by comparing genetic variants between people with and without the disease of interest. As with any association study, the results generated need to be interpreted very carefully, as any particular association between a genetic variant and a disease does not mean that the variant is important in causation. There are four possible explanations for the finding of a positive association: 1. One possibility is that the association has been found by chance. In other words there is a statistical link, but not a link at the level of disease causation. 2. Alternatively, it may be that an apparent association is the result of the limitations of the study method. An example that could suggest a false association is linkage disequilibrium. This is seen when the genetic variant measured in the study is not the true disease-causing variant but is situated close to it on the same stretch of DNA. - 3. Different genetic variants are known to occur with varying frequencies in different populations and ethnic groups, quite independent of ...
Leslie Decker and Falling Susceptibility Dr. Leslie Decker, an instructor and research in of the UNO School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation's Biomechanics Core Facility, was recently awarded a two-year, $163000 grant from the National Institute for Health to study what causes older adults to be more susceptible to falling. www.unomaha.edu
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Disease Susceptibility - Advantages & Disadvantages of ... Advantages and Disadvantages of Gene-disease Association Studies View the full Interactive Tutorial at: Gene-association studies can be used for studying rare diseases. * Can be used to test of a specific marker in a particular gene (individual SNPs). * It can also be useful in investigating gene-gene or gene-environment interactions. Gene-disease association studies are not however without disadvantages. * This type of study cannot test causality, it can only measure statistical associations. * It is also prone to confounding variables and the choice of controls is key for avoiding selection bias. * Can be expensive, especially if it is a prospective cohort study. In a study looking at the association between apolipoprotein E gene variants and Alzheimers disease, Farrer and colleagues* found that there was a strong association between the genetic variant epsilon4 (APOE4), and the development of Alzheimers disease. In fact the risk was higher in those individuals who had inherited two copies of the variant, compared with one copy, and lowest for individuals who had inherited two different variants.
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ATOMs for ***yzing Aircraft Departure Susceptibility With some elementary ATOMs (***ytical Tools of Mathematics), we can estimate the bounds of uncertainty in our predictions on many things, including the possibility that an aircraft may be unstable in a spin. Furthermore, the visual presentation of this data can communicate far more information to the leader than numerical data or even a report.
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Boyd Haley PhD explains the link between APOE4 and genetic susceptibility to mercury toxicity. Boyd Haley PhD explains how apolipoprotein-4 (APOE-4) genotype represents a genetic susceptibility to mercury toxicity.
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Breast Cancer Susceptibility by Catherine Hartigan The podcast gives a general insight into breast cancer, the genes involved and how to check if you are susceptibile to this condition. It is also made for people who has a family history of breast cancer or have a history of the disease themselves.
Substance Abuse and the Adolescent Brain, Part V: Adolescent Susceptibility Fourth in a series discussing the disease of addiction, brain development and the adolescent brain's unique vulnerability to addiction, and the particular challenges of recognizing and treating the problem among this population. Presented by Alex Kirby, Psy.D., Executive Director of Montford Hall.
CROI: Herpes Reduction No Barricade to HIV Susceptibility Connie Celum, MD, University of Washington BOSTON -- An intuitive approach to reducing HIV susceptibility by treating herpes simplex-2 has been countered by clinical trial results, a researcher said here.
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Plating our bacteria for the Antibiotic Susceptibility Test Here, we're plating our unknown bacteria on to see how it reacts to various antibiotics.
DUALEM instruments measure conductivity and magnetic susceptibility DUALEM instruments measure the conductivity and magnetic susceptibility of the ground for soil profiling and can also be used to find buried metal.
Race May Be A Factor In Susceptibility For HIV New research shows Africans and people of African descent could be up to 40 percent more likely to get HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, than people of other races. The study marks the first discovery of a genetic risk factor for HIV. More from VOA's Carol Pearson.
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Genes That Can Make Women More Susceptible to Breast Cancer - Dr. Anne Doll-Pollard Dr. Anne Doll-Pollard discusses how genetics can play a role in susceptibility of breast cancer. Dr. Doll-Pollard is an obstetrician / gynecologist at Southern OB/GYN Associates with offices in Breese, Vandalia, Greenville, Salem and Highland, Illinois.
Hypnosis Susceptibility Demo - Dr. James E. Walton - Part 5 of 7 - Dr. Jim, counseling therapist in Los Angeles, tests Greg Mantell for his susceptibility to hypnosis. He also explains what it feels like to be hypnotized. He also give the secret on how to bring yourself up out of hypnosis when hypnotized. Check out his self-help audios at
Hypnosis Suggestibility Testing (Lemon Test) Suggestibility testing is explained by Steve G. Jones, clinical hypnotherapist. The traditional lemon test is used to demonstrate the power of words and to give you a hypnotic hypnosis pre-qualifying test which determines suggestibility. This test was done in a informal setting while having fun. This demonstrates that you can use this test in numerous informal settings.
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Measuring RF in Circuits Intersil's Don LaFontaine shows a quick tip on how to measure your circuits suseptibility to RF signals. This design idea is another in Intersil's Whiteboard Wizard series focusing on ***og semiconductors.
Disease Susceptibility - Advantage and Disadvantages View the full Interactive Tutorial at: Linkage studies are good for localising areas of disease risk across the genome. They can also be used to study multiple genetic markers simultaneously. There are however several disadvantages to linkage studies. Researchers need to identify a large number of families with several affected generations. If the disease is of late-onset with a high mortality, finding families with more than one affected generation will be difficult. Linkage studies are less helpful for complex traits, such as diabetes where multiple genes are important in disease causation. Gasser and colleages* studied several families who had multiple members affected with Parkinsons disease. The purpose of this study was to find a genetic marker that increased susceptibility to the condition. Two families that were thought to show the greatest potential for linkage underwent genome wide scans and were found to have several markers on chromosome 2p that were inherited with the condition. This area was more closely investigated by the researchers, using the remaining families, and the researchers found the most likely location of the locus was 2p13.
Disease Susceptibility - Linkage Studies View the full Interactive Tutorial at: If classical epidemiological studies suggest that genetic factors may be important in disease causation then linkage studies and gene-disease association studies may be used to try and determine the genes or genetic variants that are responsible. Linkage studies usually involve looking at large families where the disease affects individuals in several generations. The key is to identify a genetic marker that is always inherited by those family members with the disease but not by those who do not have the disease. Linkage studies usually start by identifying genetic markers, commonly single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs), on a section of a chromosome and then narrowing the region down until the gene or gene variant of interest is identified. This technique has been used to identify many disease genes, particularly those that are inherited in a Mendelian fashion.
"Susceptibility to Sunburn" Bruce Stelle, MD#5 Better Health Minute Cape Cod Healthcare Cape Cod Healthcare - Bruce Stelle, MD, Urgent Care and Emergency Care Physician at the Bourne Walk-In Center in Bourne, MA discussed the different susceptibilities to sunburn in individuals. Location, type of sun exposure and the use of certain medications, especially antibiotics, may make an individual particularly susceptible to sunburn.
Bowel Cancer Susceptibility by Demetra Georgiou This podcast is about bowel cancer and the syndromes associated to bowel cancer. It explains the genes involved and how the syndromes can be inherited within families. It is also made for people with family history of bowel cancer syndromes or people that have history of this condition themselves.
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