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The COVID-19 epidemic is spreading rapidly around the world. Up to now, more than 2.3 million people have been infected, causing more than 160,000 deaths. The cumulative number of diagnoses in 6 countries has exceeded 100,000. This cases a great threat to the health and lives of all human beings. It is very important t...
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bioRxiv preprint doi: https:doi.org10.11012020.03.12.989186. The copyright holder for this preprint which was not peer-reviewed is the authorfunder. It is made available under a CC-BY-NC-ND 4.0 International license.
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About 5% of cases of acute leukemia are diagnosed as mixed leukemia MLL, which is common in infants. The cause is a gene called MLL, which produces a protein of the same name to promote new cell growth. In most cases, MLL is properly regulated by the body and does not cause disease. Unfortunately, in some cases, MLL in...
10 / 18
2019
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Branched or lobed DNAs with single-stranded ends are formed during DNA replication and DNA repair in healthy individuals. These single-stranded flap DNAs can be excised by an enzyme such as FEN1 to repair the integrity of the double-stranded state of the DNA.Higher levels of FEN1 have been observed in cancer cells with...
10 / 17
2019
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The consciousness of the brain is the basis of all human activities, if the brain activity disorder or stop, human life will be seriously threatened. Alzheimer's disease AD is a relatively common brain disease characterized by progressive memory loss and cognitive impairment. It is not yet clear what brain activity...
10 / 16
2019
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The human digestive tract follows a pattern of digesting food and nutrients while awake and replenishing senescent cells while asleep. But shift work and jet lag can disrupt the body clock, which has been linked to increased risks of intestinal infections, obesity, inflammatory bowel disease and colorectal cancer.Now, ...
10 / 15
2019
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The study of intestinal microorganisms is one of the most promising fields in the medical field. For example, Dr. Jeffrey i. Gordon's team has reported a link between human gut bacteria and obesity. Scientists have discovered that individual microbes in the human gut have the ability to break down carbohydrates in ...
10 / 10
2019
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Researchers at Harvard medical school have identified a protein called epigenetic regulator that is mutated in many autoimmune diseases: SP140, which is also essential for macrophage function and intestinal homeostasis. Many immune-mediated diseases are driven by a combination of genetic predisposition and environmenta...
10 / 08
2019
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