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Báo cáo khoa học: " Radiation-induced skin injury in the animal model of scleroderma: implications for post-radiotherapy fibrosis" ppt

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... leads to the production and secretion of a larger mutant FBN-1 protein [14] The mutant protein expresses an increase in the number of TGF-β binding motifs resulting in more efficient binding of TGF-β ... compared to TSK mice (p < 0.05) The TGF-β1 values correlated with the degree of skin injury and fibrosis seen at the end the study The quantity of TGF-β1 in the skin of unirradiated C57/BL6 and TSK ... of 30 Gy Radiation-induced Leg Contraction Measurements of radiation-induced leg contraction in TSK and C57BL/6 mice starting at two months and continuing to the end of the study paralleled the...
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NGHIÊN CỨU SO SÁNH VIỆC SỬ DỤNG UYỂN NGỮ TRONG HAI BẢN DỊCH TIẾNG VIỆT CỦA TÁC PHẨM THE ANIMAL FARM (GEORGE ORWELL)

NGHIÊN CỨU SO SÁNH VIỆC SỬ DỤNG UYỂN NGỮ TRONG HAI BẢN DỊCH TIẾNG VIỆT CỦA TÁC PHẨM THE ANIMAL FARM  (GEORGE ORWELL)
... TRƯỜNG ĐẠI HỌC NGOẠI NGỮ KHOA SƯ PHẠM TIẾNG ANH KHÓA LUẬN TỐT NGHIỆP NGHIÊN CỨU SO SÁNH VIỆC SỬ DỤNG UYỂN NGỮ TRONG HAI BẢN DỊCH TIẾNG VIỆT CỦA TÁC PHẨM THE ANIMAL FARM (GEORGE ORWELL) Giáo viên ... comparison between the two translated versions of George Orwell’s The Animal Farm After studying thoroughly the source language book of The Animal Farm together with it two translations, the researcher ... 2003 Nghiên cứu uyển ngữ tiếng Anh việc chuyển dịch sang tiếng Việt Ph.D University of Social Science and Humanities, Vietnam Natioal University, Hanoi 2.2 Online materials Nguyễn, T L T., n.d Uyển...
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a closer look at the animal kingdom

a closer look at the animal kingdom
... What is clear is that at some point hundreds of millions of years after the earliest animals evolved, a group of animals called chordates arose that had the 35 A closer look At the AnImAl kIngdom ... why animals act in the specific ways they do—for Elephants walk with their calves in the Serengeti National Park in northern Tanzania Tony Karumba/AFP/Getty Images 33 A closer look At the AnImAl ... hedgehogs, bats, armadillos, aardvarks, and anteaters A cheetah carries a live impala fawn to train her two cubs in the art of chasing in Masai-Mara game reserve in Kenya Mladen Antonov/ AFP/Getty Images...
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tell me why hunters of the animal world

tell me why hunters of the animal world
... weeding out the old and the sick Of course, there are also creatures that steal the prey caught by others, like hyenas This issue ofTell Me Why takes you to the fearsome world of predators, in their ... of the Animal World Grey Wolf Why is the grey wolf special? The grey wolf is special for many reasons To begin with, it is the largest member of the canine family, and the ancestor of the domestic ... some parts of the Unit­ ed States In other parts, it is known as the pu­ ma These cats are found deep in deciduous Why is the mountain lion one of the top predators of the animal world? The mountain...
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the animal painter social studies

the animal painter social studies
... Write Sentences Write three sentences about the different places birds live School-Home Connection Show a family member the pictures of birds in the book Then talk about what birds need to live and ... 978-0-15-357407-8 (package of 5) If you have received these materials as examination copies free of charge, Harcourt School Publishers retains title to the materials and they may not be resold Resale of examination ... has a bag to carry her paint and paper She goes to a park to paint a big bird There are other birds to paint at the park Sandra sells her paintings for some money People buy Sandra’s bird paintings...
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Emergence of the animal kingdom

Emergence of the animal kingdom
... that mammals produce their own body heat Mammary tissue - for the production of Milk Hair Follicles - for the production of Hair Generally, internal fertilization and harboring of young, however, ... Marsupials – eg The Kangaroo, which is a non-placental mammal Here, the development of the young is very complex, and a baby kangaroo is born very “uncooked”, and must crawl into the mother’s pouch ... out in Fetus… (all these Chordates (birds, mammals, reptiles, fish, have strikingly similar Embryonic Development) Chp 33 – Rise of the Mammals • Definition of a Mammal: Homoeothermic – meaning...
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The evolutionary history of the animal kingdom

The evolutionary history of the animal kingdom
... extinction at the end of the Permian period, about 250 million years ago 3/9 The Evolutionary History of the Animal Kingdom The cause of the Cambrian explosion is still debated There are many theories ... well 4/9 The Evolutionary History of the Animal Kingdom into the following Ordovician period Despite some of these arguments, most scientists agree that the Cambrian period marked a time of impressively ... communities of producers and consumers, some of which became very large on the abundant food available 5/9 The Evolutionary History of the Animal Kingdom Another mass extinction event occurred at the...
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