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Alex Costa Jul 9
The 4th of July has gone, but we still have our own "plant" fireworks
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Dr. Nathan A. Smith 6h
Hey, I have a postdoc position available to examine the critical role of Ca2+-mediated resting microglia process migration and neuroglia interactions. For more information please DM or apply
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Kristie Leong M.D. Jun 29
is a significant source of plant-based , but you won't absorb a lot of the calcium from spinach due to its high oxalate content. Oxalates bind to calcium and reduce its uptake into the intestinal tract.
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New Phytologist 9m
Read some of the recently published accepted articles from New Phytologist 🌱🌱 👉 Gao et al. 👉 Rolletschek et al. 👉 Liu et al.
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NEUR0SIS Aug 2
a quick sketch of shi-e chan! i like to draw her in different styles to find how im most comfortable drawing her. im also posting this on my art account !
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Pet Munchies Jun 28
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Subhashree Ray Jun 29
As many as 6 studies demonstrated association between deficiency & mortality. To absorb Vitamin D, is crucial. These 2 micronutrient work in synergy. Are you taking enough calcium in your daily diet? Keep the attachment handy.
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Hemodinamica_LaPaz Jun 9
Today at another 78yo👵🏻, severely calcified LAD and critical lesion at Cx ostium (difficult entry angle).
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DrAnkurLodhaMD May 27
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Orlando Health May 30
As we close out , Dr. Christine Jablonski, an internist with our bone health and osteoporosis care program, addresses some common misconceptions she hears about and .
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International Dairy Federation Jun 24
provides an affordable nutritious diet, accesible to billions of people around the world and their families. foods are excellent sources of , vitamins B2 and B12 and protein, and rich in magnesium and potassium
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Kristen Jakobitz May 30
Low intake is very common, especially in women of all ages and older adults. Calcium deficiency can increase risk of later in life. Dark green like kale, spinach, bok choy, and broccoli are rich in calcium.
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Jake Lundgren 50m
For years I have been relentlessly bullied for drinking milk... but now I will be featured in a MILK COMERCIAL... SO jokes on you all... I’m gonna be famous AND have a health bone structure 🤩😤😎 ?
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Dr Simon Doherty Jun 1
Taking a short break in the garden, away from Zoom & marking, to enjoy a glass of ice-cold milk 😎 🥛 🌍 🐮
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A Chronic Voice Jul 13
puts the into a catabolic state of breaking down muscle tissue which depletes levels. Additionally, stress depletes and which also contributes to higher levels causing -like symptoms”:
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Mark Griffiths Jul 22
OCT-guided rotational atherectomy resulted in superior stent expansion compared to IVUS-guided RA in this study. OCT allows measurement of the depth of calcium thus giving more information to guide the plaque modification ahead of stenting.
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Lynne May 30
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Michelle Bailey Jun 26
Latest Dr. visit...and he says I'm doing GREAT! I haven't felt this healthy in a long time. Thank you to my friends and family for the support, kindness and love ❤️And now...back to my cold buttermilk!
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Nuno Raimundo Jun 10
The fascinating world of channels. Great piece of science from the Galione lab. NAADP‐regulated two‐pore channels drive phagocytosis through endo‐lysosomal Ca2+ nanodomains, calcineurin and dynamin
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Norbert Weiss Jun 19
New paper from the lab - here we describe the first non-genetic tool to selectively block Cav3.3 T-type based on a cell penetrating peptide. Congrats to Leos and looking forward to make good use of this tool! ➡️
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