By J. B. Walter
Re-creation of this easy-to-read textual content has been up to date and revised to hide new info on clinical genetics, immune reaction, and comprises the most recent findings in AIDS. Acquaints the reader with primary points of strong point components together with bacteriology, biochemistry, hematology, radiology, and surgical procedure. basically reproduced photographs, micrographs, and line drawings make clear strategies offered within the textual content
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The special property of hyaluronidase can be used in therapy. , in a young child, the addition of hyaluronidase facilitates the penetration of saline as well as its subsequent absorption. Collagen Collagen fibers constitute about one third of the body's protein. They form the scaffold in all tissues and are the chief component of such tissues as fascia, dermis, cornea, and tendon. They give these structures tensile strength. Collagen accounts for about 90 per cent of the organic matrix of bone, and in this situation is adapted for the deposition of bone salts.
Diagrammatic representation of a gene, showing exons and introns. After the formation of a precursor RNA molecule, the intervening se quences coded by the introns are excised, and mRNA is assembled before being passed into the cytoplasm for translation. ) Normal Structure and Function 31 containing information for one protein is not continuous but is broken up into segments (called exons), which are separated by long stretches of other intervening DNA (called introns). T h e RNA transcribed in the nucleus may b e ten times or more longer than is n e e d e d for translation in the cytoplasm.
An Introduction to the Principles of Disease by J. B. Walter