So I'm having a hard time with this, because for years I have been saying that Glucosamine & Chondroitin are of no use because the intestines and stomach break them down before they would make it to any joint space. But Mad cow is a perfect example of a protein making it through a 4 chambered stomach into the intestines, past the liver, into the blood stream, past the blood-brain barrier and into the CNS, causing disease. How is this possible? It goes against my belief that 1) The largest protein break-down product that could be absorbed is short chain amino acids. And 2) The blood brain barrier is almost impervious.
Does it have to do with being absorbed with fatty acids?
Thanks and please provide further internet reading.1 AnswerBiology9 years ago
Cardiac nuclear scanning is done to detect
A. electrical conduction abnormalities.
B. valvular abnormalities.
C. ventricular wall dysfunction.
D. coronary artery patency/occlusion.
Am I missing something or are there two correct answers?1 AnswerMedicine9 years ago
If you know, please provide the direct translation. Also, how is Jesus Christ named.1 AnswerLanguages9 years ago
I saw it on a David Attenborough documentary. If I remember correctly, the rodent was a runner that cleared a path for itself,. and was insectivorous.3 AnswersZoology10 years ago
What is it about embryological development that causes this? Please provide sources, I love detail1 AnswerBiology1 decade ago
Please provide a source...1 AnswerSTDs1 decade ago
The reason I ask: I heard on Radiolab that due to the "domestication" of human over the last few thousand years, we have developed smaller teeth and other features consistent with the domestication of wild animals. Also, I read on Wikipedia that "Cro-Magnon were anatomically modern, only differing from their modern day descendants in Europe by their more robust physiology and slightly larger cranial capacity." This sounds surprising to me. Cro-magnon had a larger cranial capacity? I know high brain/body mass ratios don't necessarily equate to higher intelligence (just look at crows), I at least thought our line did. Please when you answer provide citation. Pictures would also be helpful. Thanks7 AnswersAnthropology1 decade ago
I'm not sure of the car. I saw the commercial in the promos while waiting for Avatar to start. I think its a Xhosa song because it has a similar clicking sound. I thinks it could be by Miriam Makeba.1 AnswerOther - Music1 decade ago
- 2 AnswersBiology1 decade ago
I think it is:
In morte recordor ego, nequando ollud perpetuam memoriam.
Direct translation. In death remember me, not this perpetual memory.3 AnswersLanguages1 decade ago
that is to say that nobody else has downloaded it.3 AnswersYouTube1 decade ago
Found this image online it seems legit, but it has a compass pointing north. A Compass should only work on the earth because of our iron center. Maybe the N stands for something else? Any answers? http://history.nasa.gov/alsj/a11/A11vsMLB.gif7 AnswersAstronomy & Space1 decade ago
the agency could be private or public. I know when i went to school as a cytotechnologist, Quest Diagnostics offered us $20000 if we would go and work for them after graduation. Also I know the military offers scholarships. Some counties in the middle of nowhere offer scholarships to MD if they would work for the county after residency. I was hoping there was something like that available for physician assistants.1 AnswerFinancial Aid1 decade ago
The song has a strong consistent bass. the singer is female with a seemingly Caribbean accent. The singer died in a car accident shortly before her song made it big. I wish I could tell what she was saying but I have a hard time understanding it. I think she says "shake that. Play with it a little."2 AnswersOther - Music1 decade ago