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Hi guys so lets pick up right where we left off in the last video, where we examined how the innate immune cells recognize foreign antigen & then the subsequent secretion of chemokines by...
Narrator: 4 1/2 BILLION YEARS AGO, THE YOUNG PLANET EARTH WAS A MASS OF COSMIC DUST AND PARTICLES. IT WAS ALMOST COMPLETELY ENGULFED BY THE SHALLOW PRIMORDIAL SEAS. POWERFUL WINDS GATHERED RANDOM...

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>> So how do we get digestion? We certainly have to have teeth, we have to have muscles, we also need a contribution of enzymes. So in the mouth we have saliva and in saliva we have...
Welcomes you to the Glytamins presentation In the next 20 minutes, you will learn what gallstones are, what kinds of problems they can cause, and what you can do to get rid of them. Gallstones are...
Hello. My name is Stan Falkow. I am a professor of Microbiology, Immunology, and Medicine at the Stanford University School of Medicine. I want to talk to you today about the subject of how we study...