Acne Scar

Acne Scars

This article is extracted from Revival Medical Clinic Acne Scars and Traumatic Scars: Acne scarring are commonly seen among teenagers as well as adults. Acne scarring on face could be devastating to the skin as well as to the outlook of the person. Having facial acne scarring could also results …

Collagen

This article is extracted from Revival Medical Clinic What is collagens? Collagens is a kind of protein that present in every connective tissue of cells/ tissue of our body. There are 28 different types of collagens in different parts of body. The commonest are Type I,II, III, IV and V. …

Lips Dermatitis

This article is extracted from Revival Medical Clinic Lips Dermatitis causes: Lips dermatitis can be acute, acute on chronic or chronic inflammation …

Melasma Treatment Side Effects

This article is extracted from Revival Medical Clinic Concerned about Facial Pigmentation and MELASMA? As due to Asian skin type and weather, …

Immunogenicity factor

Antigens and Immunogens

Immunogens and antigens are different in term of the definitions. Immunogens are the substance that can induce the immune response, basically production …

Sleep and Brain

Sleep Helps in Flushing Away Waste from Brain

Recent study, published in Journal Science discovered that sleeping is actually good for Alzheimer’s disease and other neurological diseases. Researchers from University …

Glycogenesis

Glycogen is synthesized as energy storage in liver during well fed state. Glycogenesis occurs in cytosol. It synthesizes the glycogen from α-D-glucose. …

Pentose Phosphate Pathway, Hexose Monophosphate Shunt, HMP Shunt

Pentose Phosphate Pathway

Pentose phosphate pathway (Figure 1) is also called hexose monophosphate shunt (HMP shunt). It occurs in cytosol. It is an alternative metabolism …

Cori Cycle

Gluconeogenesis

Gluconeogenesis plays an important role in supplying glucose from the conversion of non carbohydrate compounds such as lactate, pyruvate, glycerol, glucogenic amino acids …

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