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Active vision

  1. Vision or performance?
    Leaders must be visionaries. They must imagine where we are going, even when all the others stand with their heads bowed. It's one thing to see an idea of ​​the type of journey to the moon or the preparation of apple puree. And quite another is to be able to convey the vision to others, which can be considered a sign of a truly successful leader. But even the ability to direct people does not make much sense, if in this
  2. Biologically active proteins of the influenza virus. Activity of transcriptase in cells and influenza virions
    R. V. OIMPSON and VD BIN (RW SIMPSON, WJ BEAN, JR.) I. INTRODUCTION This chapter is "consecrated to a rather new section in the biology of the influenza virus, and therefore most of the information is fragmentary in its composition, a large number of outstanding issues. The main statement on which this chapter is based is that mycooviruses are viruses with a negative genome
  3. Convulsive activity
    In doses of 1.5-2 MAK, enflurane can cause epileptoid activity on the EEG (spike-wave complexes), especially against hypocapnia. Auditory stimuli provoke the appearance of epileptic activity. Although with the inhalation of isoflurane immediately before the appearance of the isoelectric line on the EEG, spikes appear, it never transforms into expanded epileptoid activity
  4. Medical activity
    Have you paid attention to what significant place in the spheres of lifestyle is given to medical activity? Ways of formation of HLS result from its functional structure, and as a rule, the "opener" - the key is medical activity, i.e. the activities of the individual aimed at protecting, strengthening, reproducing health, or, as Academician Lisitsyn Yu.P. emphasizes, "medical
  5. Abnormal automatic activity
    Spontaneous pulse generation is possible in those fibers where the maximum diastolic potential is reduced as a result of any effect. Abnormal automatism with a low level of diastolic potential was demonstrated both in Purkinje fibers and in the working myocardium [26-28]. Such activity is most often observed in the Purkinje fibers, in which the level of maximum
  6. Physical activity
    is one of the most important factors that have a positive effect on the growth and development of the body at all stages, from the intrauterine period to the extreme old age. Due to the changed living conditions and production activities, the majority of the population is currently experiencing a shortage of motor activity, i.e. hypodynamia - one of the greatest, or major, risk factors
  7. Normal automatic activity
    The automatic activity is a consequence of the gradual growth of the membrane potential during diastole up to the threshold level, when the action potential is generated. Diastolic depolarization is believed to be associated with an outgoing pacemaker current carried by potassium ions, which gradually decreases, allowing the background incoming Na + current to depolarize the cell membrane [19,
  8. Functional activity, hypodynamia
    Functional activity assumes an optimal number of movements in the day regimen, which include the activity of all organs and systems of the human body. Observations show that by the age of 70, the musculature of a person leading a sedentary lifestyle can lead to obesity. Atrophy affects the nervous tissue, the brain. This, in particular, is associated with inadequate functional activity
  9. ACTIVE AND AUTOMATIC ACTION
    In so far as the action relies on ready-made mechanisms, including the mechanisms of its regulation, it is automatic. If the action follows such a relationship of the actual situation, by orienting in terms of the image, then it is active. However, the isolation of these "new" relations presupposes some ready-made mechanisms. Thus, the ratio of active and automatic
  10. Modulation of the activity of DNA methyltransferases
    Initially, it was believed that the characteristic property of transformed cells is an increase in Dnmt1 activity (see review by Baylin et al., 1998). However, it was later shown that the increased activity of this methyltransferase arises as a result of a higher level of proliferation of tumor cells. In addition, in some types of tumors, no significant correlation was found
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