Expert’s research: What you need to know


[07:23] Students’ relationships with mitochondria “complicated by cell division”, says expert

[07:24] Fe-hypoxia “inhibits generation of mitochondria”

[07:25] Changes in response to food

[07:26] Fe-hypoxia is “toxic for mitochondria”, says expert

[07:26] Fe-hypoxia “could inhibit the growth of viral and bacterial cells”, says expert

[07:27] Fe-hypoxia plays “an important role in regulating mitochondrial function,” says expert

[07:27] Fe-hypoxia “has a significant influence on mitochondrial “growth rates,” says expert

[07:28] Fe-hypoxia “effectively brings cells to a standstill”, says expert

[07:29] Fe-hypoxia “is a potent determinant” of cell division, says expert

[07:30] Fe-hypoxia “may serve a role in regulating cell proliferation”, says expert

[07:30] “Mitochondria are important in the development of heart disease and cancer”, says expert

[07:30] Ru has “a significant effect on mitochondrial proliferation,” says expert

[07:30] New data will “strengthen our understanding of mitochondrial function”, says expert

[07:31] New data will “support the findings of the lain study”, says expert

[07:32] New data “provides strong support for the original hypothesis of mitochondrial substitution” says expert

[07:34] Fe-hypoxia “is hazardous for cells”, says expert

[07:34] “Fe-hypoxia is an important signalling molecule in cell division”, says expert

[07:34] “Mitochondria could play a key role in heart disease”, says expert

[07:35] “Cell division due to conduction of Fe-hypoxia could have a major role in heart disease”, says expert

[07:36] “The rise in cell division could be due to the emergence of a novel mode of cell division due to mitochondrial dysfunction”, says expert

[07:37] New data “intensifies the case” for the mitochondria-mediated hypoxia hypothesis, says expert

[07:38] Sufficient data on mitochondrial function is insufficient to recommend this hypothesis “in its current form”, says expert

[07:38] Measles “cannot be completely avoided”, says expert

[07:38] Clostridium difficile “has killed off the indigenous population” in New Delhi

[07:40] Fleas “represent one of the major threats” to UK housing

[07:40] Despite a 40% drop in levels in the past 30 years, London still has a high number of cases

[07:41] Flu “had a major impact” on the 1929 Olympics, says expert

[07:41] The 2012 winter influenza pandemic “could have been much worse”

[07:42] “People may have failed to practice a virus resistance” in the 1930s

[07:43] The 1918 influenza pandemic could have been even worse, says expert

[07:45] Oxford has had “a steady rise” in fe-hypoxia-related deaths

[07:46] “NHS staff have been sensitive to the problem of health.”

[07:48] Durcan “has confirmed that underlying illness accounted for three-quarters of cases.”

[07:48] The maximum recommended infectious rate to protect people from Hib is 15%

[07:49] “Hib p53 is a highly modified gene that protects cells from cell death,” says expert

[07:49] Durcan “no longer believes” that a link with Mitchell Syndrome was “probably related to any particular vaccine”

[07:50] Durcan “believes that it is worth investigating whether a genetic susceptibility to the H5N1 pandemic virus may result from exposure to the brine used to make H5N1 vaccines.”

[07:52] “Proteins C-E-T-C-N-K [coronal adenovirus, cytomegalovirus] have had a substantial impact on human-infection trends”, says expert

[07:52] For instance, C-E-T-C-N-K “could account for around 30% of cases, and contribute to the development of Alzheimer’s disease”, says expert

[07:52] Mortality “is more significant than infection rate”.

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