Kate has worked in the stem cell banking and research field for over 20 years. She has a clinical background in obstetrics, as a Labor & Delivery nurse and has a master's degree in Women's Health Nursing. She has authored peer-reviewed articles related to cord blood and cord tissue stem cells and presented at industry conferences on subjects related to stem cells banking and use for regenerative medicine. At ViaCord, Kate is involved in the release of stem cell units for clinical indications. These units may be used for transplantation, which includes ViaCord's directed donor banking program The Sibling Connection, or FDA approved clinical trials. She is also responsible for exploring the utility of cord blood and tissue stem cells through R&D collaborations. Outside of the stem cell world, you'll find Kate spending time with her husband and two young kids, out for a run with her dog Ringo, playing tennis, enjoying live music, or cooking up a storm in the kitchen! SPECIAL DISCOUNT CODE: Use the code ‘CB635' to bring the price of cord blood banking down from $1725 to $635!!! https://www.viacord.com/?utm_source=Socials&utm_medium=PaidContentCreator&utm_campaign=AlessandraT&utm_term=Sep22 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Link to bioRxiv paper: http://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/2022.09.23.509276v1?rss=1 Authors: Liaudanskaya, V., Fiore, N. J., Zhang, Y., Milton, Y., Kelly, M. F., Coe, M., Barreiro, A., Rose, V. K., Shapiro, M. R., Mullis, A. S., Shevzov-Zebrun, A., Blurton-Jones, M., Whalen, M. J., Symes, A. J., Georgakoudi, I., Nieland, T. J., Kaplan, D. L. Abstract: Traumatic Brain injury-induced disturbances in mitochondrial fission-and-fusion dynamics have been linked to the onset and propagation of neuroinflammation and neurodegeneration. However, cell-type-specific contributions and crosstalk between neurons, microglia, and astrocytes in mitochondria-driven neurodegeneration after brain injury remain undefined. We developed a human three-dimensional in vitro triculture tissue model of a contusion injury, composed of neurons, microglia, and astrocytes, and examined the contributions of mitochondrial dysregulation to neuroinflammation and progression of injury-induced neurodegeneration. Pharmacological studies presented here suggest that fragmented mitochondria released by microglia are a key contributor to secondary neuronal damage progression after contusion injury, a pathway that requires astrocyte-microglia crosstalk. Controlling mitochondrial dysfunction thus offers an exciting option for the development of therapies for TBI patients. Copy rights belong to original authors. Visit the link for more info Podcast created by PaperPlayer
Link to bioRxiv paper: http://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/2022.09.23.483116v1?rss=1 Authors: Williamson, N. H., Ravin, R., Cai, T., Falgairolle, M., O'Donovan, M., Basser, P. Abstract: For its size, the brain is the most metabolically active organ in the body. Most of its energy demand is used to maintain stable homeostatic physiological conditions. Altered homeostasis and active states are hallmarks of many diseases and disorders. Yet there is currently no reliable method to assess homeostasis and absolute basal activity or activity-dependent changes noninvasively. We propose a novel, high temporal resolution low-field, high-gradient diffusion exchange NMR method capable of directly measuring cellular metabolic activity via the rate constant for water exchange across cell membranes. Using viable ex vivo neonatal mouse spinal cords, we measure a component of the water exchange rate which is active, i.e., coupled to metabolic activity. We show that this water exchange rate is sensitive primarily to tissue homeostasis and viability and provides distinct functional information in contrast to the Apparent Diffusion Coefficient (ADC), which is sensitive primarily to tissue microstructure but not activity. Copy rights belong to original authors. Visit the link for more info Podcast created by PaperPlayer
Ready to fall asleep? I barely finished editing this so I think you'll enjoy it ^.^ 00:00 'whispers in ear Good Evening' 04:06 Hot Air Whispers, deep ear, breathy 11:48 Tissue patting, crinkly 14:03 Brushing soft, "it's ok" 16:05 Tissue again, it was hot that day 17:23 Untangling Combing (requested) a bit intense 21:31 ScalP-P-P massaG-G-Ge 23:03 Scalp exam 27:03 Pure Whisper 28:41 Slow Whispers and Gentle Touches 36:18 Small Taps on lens 37:30 Countdown to sleep I did my best to try and make as little mouth sounds as I could, please let me know if you like it this way :) THANK YOU! ~♥~ #ASMR #GentleWhispering #relax 7/6/20 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/maria-gentlewhispering/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/maria-gentlewhispering/support
On today's show... When RULE FOLLOWING can make YOU look like the IDIOT! Got a partner test for you- you think you're a good partner? We'll find out A major FASHION announcement from The Wall Street Journal! Holly + Nira's 5 calls says it all: Kleenex or Tissue? Disturbing revelations of something living in your home…… Don't freak out but there's a new charcuterie board… What do you do with your mistakes?? What is considered not not cheating? Have you heard of hotel syndrome??
Link to bioRxiv paper: http://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/2022.09.19.508502v1?rss=1 Authors: Baghdadi, M., Nespital, T., Mesaros, A., Buschbaum, S., Withers, D. J., Grönke, S., Partridge, L. Abstract: Reduced activity of the insulin/IGF signalling (IIS) network extends healthspan and lifespan in mammals and possibly humans. Loss of the Irs1 gene increases survival in mice and causes tissue-specific changes in gene expression. However, the tissues underlying IIS mediated longevity are currently unknown. Here we measured survival and healthspan in male and female animals lacking Irs1 activity specifically in the liver, muscle, fat and brain. Tissue-specific loss of IRS1 did not increase survival, suggesting that lack of Irs1 in more than one tissue is required for lifespan extension. Furthermore, loss of Irs1 in liver, muscle and fat did not improve health at old age. In contrast, loss of neuronal Irs1 increased energy expenditure, locomotion and insulin sensitivity, specifically in old males. Neuronal loss of IRS1 also caused male-specific mitochondrial dysfunction, activation of Atf4 and metabolic adaptations consistent with an activated integrated stress response at old age. Thus, we identified a male-specific brain signature of ageing in response to reduced IIS associated with improved health outcomes at old age. Copy rights belong to original authors. Visit the link for more info Podcast created by PaperPlayer
Would you give up a monthly five figure take home salary to start a consumer brand? The founders of homegrown tissue brand Cloversoft did just that. In The Afternoon Update, Rachel Kelly speaks to Angela Sim and Lynn Yeo, Co-Founders of Cloversoft to find out more about their entrepreneurial journey and what's next for the brand.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Save $80 on our Starter Plan with promo code HOPEHEALTH: https://fmidr.com/plans/ How does life work? We'll answer this complicated question throughout our Life Series. In this episode, you'll get an in-depth look at the connective tissues. This knowledge will help you connect with your cells and experience optimal health.
In today's episode, we are going to dive into digestion and how the vagus nerve is involved in the digestive process. We are also explaining how the nervous system involves in that from an evolutionary standpoint and how our brain and our gut interact with one another.Digestive sequencing and the process by which we digest our food to get those nutrients into our body is obviously very important for our survival. But how do we make sure that our digestion is functioning really well? Stay tuned as we analyze the digestive process and how we evolved to become human in the sense of having our nutrients come into our bloodstream and get through to our cells to create the function that they do!Rate and review before the next episode. If you want to know more about us and what we do, go to www.healthupgradepodcast.com.Contact info:Navaz HabibEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrNavazHabib/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drnavazhabib/LinkedIn: https://ca.linkedin.com/in/drnavazhabibJP ErricoLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jp-errico-097629aa
In celebration of All The Best reaching 500 episodes, we're looking back into the archives and replaying episodes that, while recorded in years past, remain relevant today. This week we're bringing you ‘Endometriosis', an episode that first aired in March 2020. Reproductive health for people with uteruses is still an area that is under-researched, with people still finding it difficult to have their symptoms taken seriously and diagnosed. We'd also like to note that the language used in this episode around endometriosis isn't inclusive of everyone who experiences the illness. ***************** ‘Endometriosis' by Erin Dick 18 months ago, Erin was told she had an incurable illness. Unexpectedly, the diagnosis came as a relief. Endometriosis is an illness that affects 1 in 10 Australian people. Tissue similar to the lining of the uterus is found where it shouldn't be. It's often painful, can cause infertility, and it can take years to receive a diagnosis. Endo is a chronic illness with no cure. March is Endometriosis Awareness Month – Erin shares her story about living with endo, from diagnosis and surgery, to the day-to day of chronic illness. Correction: this story contains a description of endometriosis as “the presence of endometrial deposits outside the endometrial cavity.” The correct definition is: “the presence of tissue similar to the lining of the uterus found throughout the body.” You can find out more about endometriosis by visiting Endometriosis Australia's website, or their Facebook page. Producer: Erin Dick Supervising Producer: Britta Jorgensen Music: ‘Stillness', ‘Alchemical', ‘The PI Sleeps', ‘White Filament', ‘Felt Lining' by Blue Dot Sessions. All The Best credits: Executive Producer: Ryan Pemberton Victorian State Coordinator: Jordan Fennell Host: Maddy Macquine Episode mix and compile: Elina Godwin Community Coordinators: Chloe Gillespie and Danni Stewart SYN Community Coordinator: Lee Robinson Social Media Producer: Matilda FaySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Constance Scharff, PhD is an internationally recognized speaker and author on the topics of addiction and trauma recovery, and mental health. She is founder of the Institute for Complementary and Indigenous Mental Health Research. She serves the Geffen Playhouse as a consultant for their Veterans Writing and Performance Workshop. In the past, she served Rock to Recovery, a music-based addiction and trauma treatment program, as VP Business Development, and Science and Research Chair and was Senior Addiction Research Fellow and Director of Addiction Research for Cliffside Malibu addiction treatment center. She is the 2019 recipient of St. Lawrence University's Sol Feinstone Humanitarian Award, honoring her service to and advocacy for those suffering from mental illness, trauma, and addiction. Dr. Scharff writes about using complementary health and contemplative practices to improve treatment outcomes. Her latest award-winning book, Rock to Recovery: Music as a Catalyst for Human Transformation, written with Rock to Recovery founder Wes Geer, describes the impact songwriting and performance has on mental health. She is also coauthor of the Amazon.com best-selling book, Ending Addiction for Good and the award-winning poetry book Meeting God at MidnightAt present, she is working on a memoir titled Becoming Beloved, about healing from trauma.Episode ResourcesWebsite | constancescharff.comConnect with Dr. ScharffInstagram | @drscharffFacebook | @drscharffTwitter | @conscharffphdTikTok | @drscharffLinkedIn | cscharffConnect with The Courage to ChangePodcast Website | lionrock.life/couragetochangepodcastPodcast Instagram | @couragetochange_podcastYouTube | The Courage to Change PodcastTikTok | @ashleyloebblassingamePodcast Email | email@example.comPodcast Facebook | @thecouragetochangepodcastLionrock ResourcesLionrock Life Mobile App | lionrock.life/mobile-appSupport Group Meeting Schedule | lionrock.life/meetings
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Habitat Podcast #193 - Al Tomechko & Jared Van Hees jump on to discuss Vitalize Seed Co. results from 2022 and their upcoming Fall Hunting Goals. After a great 1st year at Vitalize Seed Co, we cover the ample testing and research done for the VSC customer base. Tissue analysis testing shows some awesome results from the spring Nitro Boost mix, and the proof is in the pudding! (test results). We appreciate each and every customer at Vitalize Seed Co. and if you have any questions, please reach out. Vitalize Seed CARBON LOAD - FREE SHIPPING on Food Plot / Soil Builder Diverse Seed Mixes - https://bit.ly/vitalizeseed Endless Horizons Archery - https://bit.ly/3QBVNRl Legendary Forest Products - https://bit.ly/LegendaryFPs AFFLICTOR GIVEAWAY - Leave us a great review to get FREE DECAL or BEER KOOZIE here: https://apple.co/2uhoqOO Packer Maxx - http://bit.ly/PACKERMAXX $25 off with code: HPC25 Morse Nursery Tree Dealer Pricing – firstname.lastname@example.org Property Consultations – HP Land Plans: LAND PLANS YOUTUBE - Habitat Podcast Email us: email@example.com Exodus Trail Cameras - https://bit.ly/ExodusHP Afflictor Broadheads - https://bit.ly/AfflictorBH Morse Nursery - http://bit.ly/MorseTrees 10% off w/code: HABITAT10 Michigan Whitetail Pursuit - http://bit.ly/MWpursuit Habitat Podcast AMAZON Store - https://www.amazon.com/shop/habitatpodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The World is about to feel something they never felt before. The Official HeatHolderz, are The Tissue in The Tape Serving up Hip-Hop better than anybody in the word. 02:45 - Hip-Hop's 49th Birthday Party Missing Founders 11:06 - Cheat Codes - Black Nickel (what if that was Prhyme) (The Listening, 17:12 - Group Chat: Best groups since The Clipse 23:40 - Lord Willin 20th anniversary ⁃ What it meant for 757 ⁃ The impact of Grindin ⁃ What would you change ⁃ Is it a debut or a sophomore ⁃ Where it Ranks ⁃ The album was ranked 12 on Rolling Stone's 100 Best Debut Albums of All-Time list. 40:12 - America's Sweethearts: Snoop, Cube, Fat Joe - Iron Mike 1:07:35 - Virtual Rapper Neka Created By White Executives Repeatedly Says N Word in Lyrics 1:27:56 - KRS birthday shout. Hip-HopTissueInTheTapePodcastClipseLord WillinBlack ThoughtCheatcodesKRS-OneSnoopIce-TIce CubeFat JoeLittle BrotherMike TysonKool HercCoke La RockRespectHeatHolderz Tissue in The Tape Podcast EP283: Dope Boy Fresh Forever By Tissue in The Tape Podcast is licensed under a Creative Commons License. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/war-room-sports-llc/message
In this episode of the podcast, CBHD Executive Director Matthew Eppinette interviews Heather Zeiger, CBHD Research Analyst as well as editor and project manager of our recently released report on “Fetal Tissue Research and Christian Bioethics.” This report has been several years in the making, and arrives at a particularly important time – fetal tissue research has been much in the news during the development of the COVID vaccines, and the recent Dobbs decision by the U.S. Supreme Court may very well have implications for this research. Matthew and Heather discuss these topics and much more in this episode. To find out more about CBHD and to support our work, please visit https://cbhd.org To view the Fetal Tissue Research & Christian Bioethics report, visit https://cbhd.org/content/fetal-tissue-research-and-christian-bioethics-review-scientific-developments-policy Please follow & share this podcast to get the Center for Bioethics & Human Dignity's message and vision to all who need to hear it! Thank you! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cbhd/support
Good Risings is a mindset. Join Jacqueline MacInnes Wood & Bryan McMullin for a daily dose of Good Vibes & Mindfulness. Presented By: Cavalry Audio Producers: Jason Seagraves & Margot Carmichael Audio Editing: Revision Sound Music: Gramoscope Music Executive Producers: Elizabeth Earnshaw, Dana Brunetti & Keegan Rosenberger Follow Good Risings on Apple Podcasts to receive new episodes daily! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Dr Eric Balcavage joins me to discuss his new book (co-authored with Dr Kelly Halderman), The Thyroid Debacle.The topics we cover in this discussion are:The mainstream medical model and functional medical approach to thyroid health.How to think of thyroid health as a spectrum disorder.Tissue/cellular hypothyroidism (see Ep58 too) and how cells are being protective (not attacking).Thyroid antibodies and how they aren't like pac-man gobbling up thyroid tissue but more like a clean up crew clearing debris.Thyroid antibodies cause little to no damage to the thyroid gland according to research.Lowering antibodies shouldn't be the goal in itself but may well be the consequence of reducing stress.How can you test for cellular hypothyroidism?T3 is made in peripheral tissue as well as in the thyroid, liver and gut.You need to look at the different systems in the body to see where cellular hypothyroidism is taking place.Multi-System Adaptive Disorder - your system isn't BROKEN, it's ADAPTING.The solution to most chronic issues.The a cell is in danger/defence mode, it's not in repair/regeneration mode or not in repair/regeneration mode tor long enough.Your fitness 10 categories determines your overall fitness (we discuss 1 in a little detail - Respiratory Fitness)--Dr. Eric Balcavage DC, CNS, CFMP, BCIM, is the owner and founder of Rejuvagen. Dr. Balcavage is widely recognized around the world as a leader in Functional Medicine and Thyroid Physiology. In over 20 years of practice, he has successfully helped thousands of people suffering with thyroid problems and other chronic health conditions.https://rejuvagencenter.com/Instagram @DrEricBalcavageYoutubeThe Thyroid Debacle* book - Amazon affiliate link.--Let's Talk Thyroid is a podcast where we explore different aspects of living thyroid-friendly lifestyle positively & practically to help you thrive and not just survive. I bring together my experiences as a Hashimoto's patient, interviews with real people thriving with thyroid issues and experts to give us the low down on different aspects of living a healthy thyroid lifestyle. Expect discussions on diet, energy, gut health, stress, holistic approaches, essential oils, sleep, relationships and more. ✅ Download your FREE Printable Thyroid Health Checklist: https://annabelbateman.com/checklist
One person's death often allows another person to live on. Organ and tissue donations are critical within the medical world, but how do they work — and who are the people who make it all happen? Pamela Albert, senior director of TDS resource development at New England Donor Services, joins the show to share her experiences within the organ and tissue donation industry.
The World is about to feel something they never felt before. The Official HeatHolderz, are The Tissue in The Tape Serving up Hip-Hop better than anybody in the word. 02:45 - Hip-Hop's 49th Birthday Party Missing Founders 11:06 - Cheat Codes - Black Nickel (what if that was Prhyme) (The Listening, 17:12 - Group Chat: Best groups since The Clipse 23:40 - Lord Willin 20th anniversary ⁃ What it meant for 757 ⁃ The impact of Grindin ⁃ What would you change ⁃ Is it a debut or a sophomore ⁃ Where it Ranks ⁃ The album was ranked 12 on Rolling Stone's 100 Best Debut Albums of All-Time list. 40:12 - America's Sweethearts: Snoop, Cube, Fat Joe - Iron Mike 1:07:35 - Virtual Rapper Neka Created By White Executives Repeatedly Says N Word in Lyrics 1:27:56 - KRS birthday shout.
Satellite Bio is named descriptively for the way its platform works. Out of stealth in the past few months with what you might call a middle ground approach to generative medicine between stem cell therapy and organ transplant, the company takes its name from the tissue therapy constructs they surgically implant in patients.
Host: Lisa Woolfork is an associate professor of African American Literature and Culture. Her teaching and research explore Black women writers, the fiction of Black identity, trauma theory, and American slavery. She is the convener and founder of Black Women Stitch, the sewing group where Black Lives Matter. She is also the host/producer of Stitch Please, a weekly audio podcast that centers on Black women, girls, and femmes in sewing. In the summer of 2017, she became a founding member of Black Lives Matter Charlottesville. She remains active in a variety of university and community initiatives, including the College Fellows Program to reshape the undergraduate general education curriculum.Guest: Chris Cooper is the owner of Studio Tissue8 and is a Master Seamstress with over 30 years of professional experience specializing in bridal/wedding gowns. Having started sewing for dolls, Chris has transcended all her fears and become a master seamstress and shares her gift of sewing through her store, Studio Tissue8, which offers various services, including its signature Valet Service for Alterations.Insights from this episode:Insights into Chris' workHow Chris is sharing her gift of sewing with other peopleChris' journey into sewingHow she came up with the name Studio Tissue8Her journey running Studio Tissue8Chris' commitment to sharing her gift of sewingHow sewing allows her to think and process her problems Chris' fear of getting started on her journey and how she overcame itQuotes from the show:“I distinctly remember thinking that it was a gift [sewing] because it was never hard for me, it kinda just came to me” - Chris Cooper in “Stitch Please”“It was gifted to you so you wanna offer that and amplify that so that other people can have the benefit from it, but also know how to do it themselves as well” - Lisa Woolfork in “Stitch Please”“There is something about that fabric in my hand, and the sound of the sewing machine that just puts me at total ease” - Chris Cooper in “Stitch Please”“I don't think ‘I can't do' it's just that I have never done it before” - Chris Cooper in “Stitch Please”“Something that I tend to think about fear is that sometimes your victory is on the other side of fear” - Lisa Woolfork in “Stitch Please”“You're never gonna do anything that you wanna do unless you get yourself out of this fear thing” - Chris Cooper in “Stitch Please”“Fear is what pushes you, fear is what makes you do things that are out of your comfort zone. If you don't have fear, then maybe something is not right” - Chris Cooper in “Stitch Please”“When I have fear, it sometimes helps me to get the additional information and to find possibility models” - Lisa Woolfork in “Stitch Please”Stay Connected:Lisa WoolforkInstagram: Lisa WoolforkTwitter: Lisa WoolforkChris CooperWebsite: Studio Tissue8 Instagram: Studio Tissue8
Take the guesswork out of fertilizer applications. On this episode of The Dirt Scott Fitchner and Jenna Overmyer with Precision Agri-Lab walk through the reasons why tissue testing is a critical practice for farmers making fertilizer decisions. Dig into how often, how much and how to take good tissue samples, and why these tests complement and enhance soil and water tests. Plus learn Mike's recipe for the perfect tailgating hamburgers. To discover the latest crop nutrition news and research visit nutrient-eKonomics.com
Tissue warning – HIGH I was very honoured to be able to record Karly’s story. She always knew she wanted to become a mum and when the right partner didn't eventuate she took matters into her own hands and now has her gorgeous daughter Remy Grace. In this episode we talk about the importance ofContinue reading "Episode 26 – Karly and Remy"
A new research paper was published in Oncotarget on August 4, 2022, entitled, “Kinase activity profiling in renal cell carcinoma, benign renal tissue and in response to four different tyrosine kinase inhibitors.” Kinase activity is frequently altered in renal cell carcinoma (RCC), and tyrosine kinase inhibitors (TKIs) are part of the standard treatment strategy in patients with metastatic disease. However, there are still no established biomarkers to predict clinical benefits of a specific TKI. “Despite a number of new treatment options improving RCC patients' disease control rates and survival, the lack of useful biomarkers remains a major clinical concern.” In the current study, researchers Andliena Tahiri, Katarina Puco, Faris Naji, Vessela N. Kristensen, Glenny Cecilie Alfsen, Lorant Farkas, Frode S. Nilsen, Stig Müller, Jan Oldenburg, and Jürgen Geisler, from University of Oslo, Oslo University Hospital, Akershus University Hospital, and Pamgene International BV, performed protein tyrosine kinase (PTK) profiling using PamChip® technology. “The aim of this study was to identify differences in PTK activity between normal and malignant kidney tissue obtained from the same patient, and to investigate the inhibitory effects of TKIs frequently used in the clinics: sunitinib, pazopanib, cabozantinib and tivozanib.” The results showed that 36 kinase substrates differ (FDR < 0.05) between normal and cancer kidney tissue, where members of the Src family kinases and the phosphoinositide-3-kinase (PI3K) pathway exhibit high activity in renal cancer. Furthermore, ex vivo treatment of clear cell RCC with TKIs revealed that pathways such as Rap1, Ras and PI3K pathways were strongly inhibited, whereas the neurotrophin pathway had increased activity upon TKI addition. Their assay showed that tivozanib and cabozantinib exhibited greater inhibitory effects on PTK activity compared to sunitinib and pazopanib, implying they might be better suitable as TKIs for selected RCC patients. “The results of our study contribute to better understanding of the changes in kinase activity in RCC tumor cells involved in fundamental oncogenic cellular processes and the ex vivo effect of TKIs. We found tivozanib and cabozantinib to be more potent TKIs in RCC samples than sunitinib or pazopanib. The next step will be to correlate the efficacy and toxicity in individual patients with their respective kinase activity of normal and malignant kidney tissue.” DOI: https://doi.org/10.18632/oncotarget.28257 Correspondence to: Jürgen Geisler – Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Keywords: kidney cancer, kinase activity, tyrosine kinase inhibitors, renal cell carcinoma, tyrosine kinase About Oncotarget: Oncotarget (a primarily oncology-focused, peer-reviewed, open access journal) aims to maximize research impact through insightful peer-review; eliminate borders between specialties by linking different fields of oncology, cancer research and biomedical sciences; and foster application of basic and clinical science. To learn more about Oncotarget, visit Oncotarget.com and connect with us on social media: Twitter – https://twitter.com/Oncotarget Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/Oncotarget YouTube – www.youtube.com/c/OncotargetYouTube Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/oncotargetjrnl/ LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/company/oncotarget/ Pinterest – https://www.pinterest.com/oncotarget/ LabTube – https://www.labtube.tv/channel/MTY5OA SoundCloud – https://soundcloud.com/oncotarget For media inquiries, please contact: email@example.com.
Welcome back to The Best Hip-Hop Podcast in existence Tissue in The Tape. - Kiss gifts Championship rings to his LOX brothers nearly a year to the day of their Verzuz Massacre of Dip Set at MSG. - Is The Live Rap Show dying? - Top 5 punchers in Rap - Black Thought is really Him - Hip-Hop Anniversaries - TV Talk: Supreme Team on Showtime - Jay-Z vs NaS: The Last 10 Years ONLY Hip-HopTissueInTheTapePodcastLOXBlack ThoughtJay-ZNaSSupreme Team Tissue in The Tape Podcast EP282 - None of Y'all Betta (Championship Edition) By Tissue in The Tape Podcast is licensed under a Creative Commons License. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/war-room-sports-llc/message
This edition features a conversation between Lisa Kisley, Supervisor at the South Texas Blood & Tissue donor center in Bulverde, and our host, Adrienne Mendoza, Chief Operating Officer for South Texas Blood & Tissue. Lisa talks about the challenges of opening the organization's newest donor center, as well as the reception the new donor center has received from the community.
What do you do when life railroads you on the wrong side of the tracks you're from? Wallace Ford gives an Oscar snubbing performance as Frankie Rogers, a guy who just can't catch a break until he breaks out! This movie is the epitome of the saying, "you can never go home". And, some times it's for the best! YouTube Facebook
Welcome back to The Best Hip-Hop Podcast in existence Tissue in The Tape. - Kiss gifts Championship rings to his LOX brothers nearly a year to the day of their Verzuz Massacre of Dip Set at MSG. - Is The Live Rap Show dying? - Top 5 punchers in Rap - Black Thought is really Him - Hip-Hop Anniversaries - TV Talk: Supreme Team on Showtime - Jay-Z vs NaS: The Last 10 Years ONLY
The HeatHolderz give their thoughts on the - The Wakanda Forever trailer, - Kendrick's Eliteness - Cuddygate - New Joey Bad A$$ project, - Chè Noir #TapeAlumni gets hometown love - impromptu essential album talk - HBO Hip-Hop to The Max with Rap Shit and Almost Fly - A preview of our NFL preview - Hip-Hop Music less The Business of Hip-Hop Hip-HopTissueInTheTapepodcastJoey Bada$$Wakanda ForeverRap ShitAlmost Fly Tissue in The Tape Podcast EP281 - We The Onez By Tissue in The Tape Podcast is licensed under a Creative Commons License. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/war-room-sports-llc/message
In this podcast, Emily Floyd discusses Nasal high flow oxygen therapy in hospitalised neonatal foals, and Mathilde Pluim discusses her article Histological tissue healing following high-power laser treatment in a model of suspensory ligament branch injury.
Professor Valerie Speirs is co-principal investigator of the Breast Cancer Now Tissue Bank. Val gives an overview of what the Tissue Bank is, as well as discussing how it's helped further breast cancer research over the last decade. We also hear from our research communications officer, Edd, who goes into detail on some projects linked to the Tissue Bank. Find out more about the Breast Cancer Now Tissue Bank. For information about breast cancer, visit our website at breastcancernow.org or phone our free Helpline on 0808 800 6000.
Nick talks to Dr. Shruti Naik, assistant professor of pathology & medicine at the NYU Langone. Her lab studies the interactions between immune cells, epithelial cells, and microbes in barrier tissues that interface with the environment (e.g. skin, lungs & gut). They discuss: inflammatory memory; how cells store memories of inflammation epigenetically; how skin cell regenerate and repair tissue damage; stem cell biology; cancer, and more.Support M&M:Sign up for the weekly Mind & Matter newsletter[https://mindandmatter.substack.com/?sort=top]Athletic Greens, comprehensive daily nutrition (Free 1-year supply Vitamin D w/ purchase)[https://www.athleticgreens.com/mindandmatter]Follow Nick's work through Linktree:[https://linktr.ee/trikomes]Organize your digital highlights & notes w/ Readwise (2 months free w/ sub)[https://readwise.io/nickjikomes/]Learn more about our podcast sponsor, Dosist[https://dosist.com]Support the show
Elaine Fuchs, a professor at the Rockefeller University and a Howard Hughes Medical Institute investigator, won the 2022 Bert and Natalie Vallee Award in Biomedical Science. Established in 2012 by the Bert and Natalie Kuggie Vallee Foundation, this award recognizes outstanding accomplishments in basic biomedical research. She presented her award lecture, "Tissue stem cells: survival of the fittest," on Tuesday, April 5, at the 2022 ASBMB Annual Meeting held in conjunction with Experimental Biology. Learn more about her work:https://www.asbmb.org/asbmb-today/people/122221/fuchs-goes-boldly-where-no-stem-cell-biologist.
The HeatHolderz get thoughts on the - The Wakanda Forever trailer, - Kendrick's Eliteness - Cuddygate - New Joey Bad A$$ project, - Chè Noir #TapeAlumni gets hometown love - impromptu essential album talk - HBO Hip-Hop to The Max with Rap Shit and Almost Fly - A preview of our NFL preview - Hip-Hop Music less The Business of Hip-Hop
Guest: Tatnai L. Burnett, M.D. Host: Darryl S. Chutka, M.D. (@ChutkaMD) Endometriosis affects approximately one in ten women during their reproductive age and can result in chronic abdominal symptoms, including pelvic pain and at times infertility. It can produce a variety of vague symptoms which commonly causes a delay in establishing a diagnosis. Since women commonly present to their primary care providers, we need to consider endometriosis as a cause of their symptoms. While there is no cure, this chronic condition can be effectively managed. The topic for this podcast is endometriosis and our guest is Tatnai L. Burnett, M.D., from the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Mayo Clinic. Connect with the Mayo Clinic's School of Continuous Professional Development online at https://ce.mayo.edu/ or on Twitter @MayoMedEd.
On this week's episode of Fast Facts - Perio Edition, Katrina Sanders, continues her discussion around Peri-Implant soft and hard tissue deficiencies, today discussing Peri-Implant failure. Quotes: “Remember, when we talk about peri-implant failure, it's critical for us as clinicians to ensure that we are assessing potential challenges that could be in the soft or the hard tissues around a dental implant.” “Research now is telling us that dental implants have 80% less attachment apparatus around them when compared with teeth.” Resources: DentistRX: https://www.dentistrx.com More Fast Facts: https://www.ataleoftwohygienists.com/fast-facts/ Katrina Sanders Website: https://www.katrinasanders.com Katrina Sanders Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thedentalwinegenist/ Renvert, Stefan, G. Rutger Persson, Flavia Q. Pirih, and Paulo M. Camargo. "Peri‐implant health, peri‐implant mucositis, and peri‐implantitis: Case definitions and diagnostic considerations." Journal of clinical periodontology 45 (2018): S278-S285.
You listened/watched to the debate in part 1 (To Tissue Sample Or Not?), and you've decided you want to be a better tissue sampler now. In part 2, Chad, Molly and Stephanie talk about and demonstrate the best practices for tissue sampling.
In this podcast episode, MRS Bulletin's Sophia Chen interviews graduate student John Ahrens of Harvard University about challenges in bioprinting heart tissue. One challenge in particular is aligning the cells. Heart cells are narrow and rectangular in shape. In a natural heart, they line up in parallel to form aligned filaments. Those aligned filaments are built up into a larger tissue with more complex alignment. Cellular alignment correlates with heart function. The research team has programmed the bioprinter to make tissues that are aligned vertically, in a circular pattern, or in the shape of a chevron. This study is published in Advanced Materials (doi:10.1002/adma.202200217).
Orchids are found on every continent, except Antarctica, growing everywhere from hot swamps to cold mountain tops. Unfortunately, a large proportion of Aussie native orchids are threatened or endangered. From isolating the fungi needed to germinate their seeds to studying their pollinators - discover how scientists like Jessica Wait at the Australian Institute of Botanical Science are using science to help save orchids from extinction.
In this riveting throwback episode, each of the Very Clinical guys discusses their tissue retraction methods for crown and bridge impressions/scans. Highlights today include: There are a lot of different ways to retract tissue, how do we do it if we're impressing? How about scanning? Medicaments? How many chemicals can Zach put in the mouth simultaneously just to dry things up? Compression caps, an inexpensive way to get some pressure hemostasis. Products talked about in the episode: Zach Siltrax Plus Premier Retraction Caps Quick-Stat FS (generic of Astringedent) Quick-Stat Free (generic of Viscostat Clear) Alan Traxodent Aquasil Ultra Cordless Knit-Pak+ Cord Astringedent X Kevin Gingi-Aid Z-Twist Viscostat Clear Lidocaine with Epi 1:50,000 If you want to interact with us, head over to the Very Clinical Facebook Group! Join the Very Dental Facebook group using the password "Timmerman," Hornbrook" or "McWethy." If you'd like to support the Very Dental Podcast Network then you should support our sponsors! After the course I took at Cosmedent back in May, I realized that polishing restorations, especially composite restorations is an afterthought for most dentists. Getting a beautiful shine with lasting luster is just too much work, so why bother? But what if you could make your patients happier and make your composite restorations last longer? You need to try Enamelize, the aluminum oxide polishing paste from Cosmedent that will change the way you look at composite polish forever. Check it out at verydentalpodcast.com/enamelize! -- Our friends at Spear Education want Very Dental people to know about a special event they're having this summer! This new opportunity brings the leaders in dental education together to Educate, Elevate, and Empower you! Whether a current member or new to Spear, this event will reignite the spark in your practice. It's a “Whitman's Sampler” of all the amazing educators at Spear Education including Frank Spear, Gregg Kinzer, Jeff Rouse, Darin Dichter, Gary DeWood and Ricardo Mitrani! It's clinical! It's business! But most importantly, it's all Spear! Spear live is happening on the east coast in Boston, MA on August 12th and 13th! Go check it out at verydentalpodcast.com/Spear! -- You know that our friends at Zirc are the organization people. With the Color Method and all the different storage and instrument sterilizations options, they'll keep your processes streamlined and efficient! But they're not JUST the organization people. Every dental office should check out the amazing products that Zirc has to offer for organization, isolation and visualization at verydentalpodcast.com/Zirc! -- Our friends at CAD-Ray want you to know that there has never been a better time to get into intraoral scanning! They sell and support all kinds of digital dentistry products from scanners, to printers and even cloud based software! For instance, the Medit i600 itraoral scanner is priced at just about $13,000! And if you didn't know, CAD-Ray now distributes 3Shape scanners and the amazing Trios 4 wireless just had a $10,000 price cut! It comes in under $25,000. And all these options come with CAD-Ray's unbeatable support! Go check it out at verydentalpodcast.com/cadray! -- If there is one thing that's changed the way I look at teeth the most, it's probably the headlight I use with my loupes. Our friends at Enova make amazing loupes and distribute Zumax dental microscopes, both the best you can buy. But the amazing, weightless and cordless Qubit, Quasar or Quantum headlights (all others are just toys) are the biggest game changer. But be careful…if you try one, you're going to buy one! Why haven't you checked out Enova Illumination yet? You can get a killer deal on all things Enova by using the Very Dental link you'll find at verydentalpodcast.com/Enova! -- Have you been looking at your supply bill lately? Prices are REALLY going up on all the things you use every day in your office. Our friends at Crazy Dental understand and are here to help! Very Dental listeners can get 10% off their orders from Crazy Dental by using coupon code “VERYDENTAL10”! Go check out their amazing catalog and save yourself 10% off of their already amazing prices at verydentalpodcast.com/crazy! -- If you're looking for a one stop dental marketing solution, then look no further than the Wonderist Agency. Wonderist can help you with branding and a killer website. They'll design ad campaigns no matter how you want to get your name out there. But maybe most importantly, they'll show you how your marketing plan is working! They have industry leading analytics that help you understand what works and what doesn't in your area and they'll help you spend your marketing dollar in the wisest way possible! Go check out the Wonderist Agency at verydentalpodcast.com/Wonderist.
In this episode, Dr. Ken Sikaris talks about human fat tissue and its different types. Mentioned in this episode: Lipedema & Lymphedema Heart to Heart: A Collaborative 3-Day Learning Event Join us for three days full of immersive learning and discover cutting-edge holistic strategies that would help to drastically improve your health... and your quality of life. https://lipedema.captivate.fm/heart2heart (Join our Event!)
COOL IT: As many areas experience record-breaking heat and humidity this week, it may be an understatement to say that sometimes, emotions can run as high as the thermostat. Psychologist Kirsty Leah from mental health support platform SupportRoom says that while warm weather can make us happier, sweltering heat is linked to greater irritability. Here are some tips on keeping your cool – literally and figuratively… ☞ Make your life easier: Avoid the high afternoon heat, stay hydrated, and invest in lighter sheets or a fan. Remember, getting enough sleep goes a long way in “keeping your cool”. ☞ Be patient: You might be ready to snap at others, but remember that if you are feeling it, they are, too, so try to be extra patient and lower your expectations of people until things are cooler. ☞ Postpone meetings: Whether it's an important conversation or a routine check-in, consider holding back on work and social meetings until the heat subsides. (Unless the person you were going to meet up with has a pool and a well-stocked beer fridge!) ☞ Avoid big decisions: You might be prone to making rash calls if struggling in the heat, but it's important not to make any big decisions until you are well-rested and can focus on the situation in hand to make an informed choice. (You tell me this NOW, after I just decided to blow off a big meeting with my boss?) DID YOU KNOW? A Canadian couple, both 100 years old, celebrated their 80th wedding anniversary last week. Lifelong love birds Charlie and Annie Muise celebrated with a party at their daughter's place, then returned home to the house they bought together 75 years ago — for $2,000 — in Yarmouth County, near the southern tip of Nova Scotia. The couple were wed on July 13, 1942. Question of the Podcast - Pull a card! The question of the podcast for listener participation for Wednesday is: pull a card! You can respond to the question on The Jason & Mindy Facebook page or the Lowtree Studios facebook page and we will feature your response on next Wednesday's show. Fun Facts • The sound from a human yell would take 3½ hours to travel from New York to San Francisco. • A man once survived on pizza alone for 25 years. A statistical look at who we are and the things we do … • 20% of us say we would garden if we had more free time. • 35% of us say we get stressed driving in wet weather. • 11% of men say they read a book for the first time during the pandemic. • 15% of moms say they still do laundry for their adult children. • 48% of women say they weigh themselves every day. 11% of us say we enjoy the same treats as our pet! WATER COOLER QUESTION: Question: A survey says that when you move, THESE are the possessions you're least likely to pack up and take with you. What are they? Answer: Books Question: 15% of us say we've taken a day off work for THIS questionable reason. What is it? Answer: “I stubbed my toe!” Lowtree Studios Podcasts http://www.lowtreestudios.com (www.lowtreestudios.com) Social Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JasonMindyPod/ (https://www.facebook.com/JasonMindyPod/) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jason_mindypod/ (https://www.instagram.com/jason_mindypod/)
Prior to the current cost of living crisis, the Royal National Institute of Blind People found that one in five blind and partially sighted people had difficulty in making ends meet. People with sight loss already have extra living costs and are more reliant on benefits than others as a result of low employment rates. Recently, the government have introduced financial aid and have increased benefits, but the RNIB say that these measures don't go far enough. We hear the story of Alex Ramzan, who has been struggling with the cost of living crisis and we speak to David Aldwinkle, who is the Director of Insight and Customer Voice at the RNIB, about the problems they are hearing and their campaign. The cornea is a very delicate part of the eye. It is essentially the surface through which you see, so if it becomes scarred or damaged in any way, what you see can become increasingly impaired. The cornea can be replaced though, and the effects can be dramatic. But the supply of donated corneas has not kept up with demand. Currently, one in 10 people on the NHS Organ Donor Register have indicated that they do not wish to donate their corneas, making donations low and waiting times for replacements high. We hear about the causes behind this and the implications for people waiting from Kyle Bennett, who is the Assistant Director of Tissue & Eye Services at NHS Blood and Transplant. We also hear from Shelly Hague, who recently had her corneas replaced. She tells us about the impact this has had on her life. Presenter: Peter White Producer: Beth Hemmings Production Coordinator: Liz Poole Website image description: pictured is an extreme close up of a brown eye on a black background.
In this high yield episode, we review the clinical presentation, up front investigations, immediate and long-term management of patients who present with STEMIs - one of the 5 causes of life-threatening chest pain. Our medicine minute reviews the PLATO trial, which supports the use of ticagrelor over clopidogrel as the second agent in dual anti-platelet therapy in patients with ACS. Written by: Drs. Varun Srivatsav and William Kennedy (Internal Medicine Residents)Reviewed by: Dr. Jonathan Dean (GIM) and Dr. Andrea Lavoie (Cardiology)Sound Editing by: Nathan Doupnik (Medical Student)Infographic by: Drs. Varun Srivatsav and William Kennedy (Internal Medicine Residents)Infographic edited by: Vincent Li (Medical Student)This episode was supported by Spatula Foods. Enjoy elevated cuisine every day with high-quality dishes you can cook yourself in just 10 minutes. Go to https://www.spatulafoods.com and use promo code INTERN for $40 off your first box- this will help support our podcast! Support the show
On this week's episode of Fast Facts - Perio Edition, Katrina Sanders, continues her discussion around dental implants, today discussing new findings that have come down from our friends at the American Academy of Periodontology around what we understand about the etiology of hard and soft tissue deficiencies at dental implants. Quotes: “So this is where they have developed a very specific diagnostic classification system where we as clinicians are expected to understand the etiology of these deficiencies, and based on these understandings, then build out strategies to correct these deficiencies. These deficiencies will fall either into soft tissue deficiencies or hard tissue deficiencies.” “So when we take a look at some of these conditions, and these, of course, are all of the conditions that can impact the success of a dental implant even before the implant is placed. Things like tooth loss, periodontitis, even things like trauma from tooth extraction, endodontic infections, longitudinal root factors, trauma, bony height, and even systemic diseases can deeply impact the ability for a dental implant to be successful.” Resources: DentistRX: https://www.dentistrx.com More Fast Facts: https://www.ataleoftwohygienists.com/fast-facts/ Katrina Sanders Website: https://www.katrinasanders.com Katrina Sanders Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thedentalwinegenist/ Renvert, Stefan, G. Rutger Persson, Flavia Q. Pirih, and Paulo M. Camargo. "Peri‐implant health, peri‐implant mucositis, and peri‐implantitis: Case definitions and diagnostic considerations." Journal of clinical periodontology 45 (2018): S278-S285.
In this episode of the Award-winning PRS Journal Club Podcast, 2022 Resident Ambassadors to the PRS Editorial Board – Saïd Azoury, Emily Long, and Ronnie Shammas- and special guest David Song, MD, discuss the following articles from the July 2022 issue: “Air versus Saline: The Effect of Tissue Expander Fill on Outcomes of Prepectoral Breast Reconstruction” by Yesantharao, Rizk, Martin, et al. Read the article for FREE: https://bit.ly/AirVSSaline Special guest David Song, MD, Physician Executive Director for MedStar Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, and Chairman of the Department of Plastic Surgery at Georgetown University School of Medicine. READ the articles discussed in this podcast as well as free related content from the archives: https://bit.ly/PRSJuly22Collection