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Lian David

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Asked by Hema · 4 years ago

What is cell senescence?Describe the mechanism?

Hi Hema! hopefully I can help you with your question as I completed a research project relating to cell senescence at university. Cells in the body can divide and replace one another for the repair and renewal of tissues. However, aging, stress and DNA damage can cause a cell to undergo senescence - which is the irreversible growth of arrest of the cell. This basically means that the cell stops... more

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Asked by Lauren · 2 years ago

What are interesting an unique topics for EPQ when I want to study medicine?

Hi Lauren, completely agree that should choose what you really want to do. To add, here’s a list of possible titles that you may be interested in! Should the NHS be privatised? Should patients who’s conditions could be described as “self-inflicted” have to pay for GP appointments? Should a small fee for seeing your GP be introduced? Should human embryos be used more extensively for research? Eutha... more

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Asked by Christianah · 4 years ago

How do you calculate resistance?

voltage divided by current equals resistance

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Lian David

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