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A 25-year-old male was referred for further testing following a diagnosis of kid

A 25-year-old male was referred for further testing following a diagnosis of kidney disease
and hypertension. The results indicated that he had primary Antiphospholipid syndrome
(APS). Can you discuss the pathophysiology of the disease and discuss the diagnostic
laboratory assays used to confirm the disease. Provide an algorithm to show how you would
reach the differential diagnosis

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AbstractIntroduction: must include: the given experimental questions and the gen

AbstractIntroduction: must include:
the given experimental questions and the generated null & alternative hypotheses clearly and correctly stated. Convey to the reader the purpose of experiment & include a brief summary of known facts and background information (with citations from peer reviewed sources)MethodsResults: must include:- boxplots of bacterial colony growth for each growth media type (plate type). All groups’ plots must be reported on the same graph!
– a single table reporting each groups’ calculated transformation efficiency for ALL MEDIA TYPES where transformation occurred
– a series of appropriate t-tests addressing the experimental question “”How does growth media (plate type) affect the growth of bacterial colonies?”DiscussionConclusion

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Title Your title should be informative and concise Lay summary (10%) FUTURE TENS

Title
Your title should be informative and concise
Lay summary (10%) FUTURE TENSE
This section should provide a general overview of the background of your project. The purpose is to provide a general reader (i.e. someone without a scientific background, with the purpose of your project). You should try and make this as accessible as possible by avoiding complex scientific terminology or references to literature.Background (30%) PRESENT TENSE
This section should provide a general overview of the background of your project. The lay summary is for general readers while this section is for readers with a background in your subject area. Within the background should provide a clear, detailed overview of the literature in this area. This section should be fully referenced and should lead up to a clearly stated aim and hypothesis.- Cystic Fibrosis
– Main cause of morbidity and mortality – chronic infections etc
– lung microbiome differences in general / based on sex
– speak about current study ( see cuthbertson paper)
investigating lung infections between genders – what the dissertation will be aboutetc etc ….(every point should be asked with reasoning and referencing)Methods (30%)
This section should provide a clear, detailed and full account of the proposed methodology of your project. This should also include how any ethical and health and safety issues will be overcome. A plan of what statistical analysis you will perform on the data you will gather should be included at the end of the section.- retrospective study as study already completed (cuthbertson paper)
we are just going to describe how we will analyse data
– describe patient group and data – studying to look into…
– No patient identifiers – all been removed
– talk about approaches will be used to investigate it
– statistical analysis :
multi various statistical approaches
look at diversity – FISH kristkal analysis
composition different
– fishers indexetc etc ….Key outcomes and impact (15%)
This section should outline the key outcomes of your proposed research project i.e. what will be the main points of interest from this research project. In addition, you should highlight what impact the results of this project will have in terms of generating new intellectual property, products or services as well as the effect that your research may have to the general public.Milestones (10%)
This section should provide a timeline of when the main milestones of your research project will be completed.
GANT CHART TIMELINEReferencing and layout (5%)
Referencing should be included using the Harvard format. You should format the layout of your work/document to make the proposal easy to read and understand.———————————————————————————————————- what. is CF and CF lung infection
– lung microbiome in CF (see Cuthbertson paper)
– microbiome and sexhttps://microbiomejournal.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s40168-020-00810-3

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This is the revised writing assignment where you just follow up the feedback giv

This is the revised writing assignment where you just follow up the feedback given and make the revision. I have uploaded the assignment that was submitted and screenshots of the feedback. Please follow the feedback carefully. Also, I have uploaded the instructions for the initial assignment and the revised assignment instructions. Finally, I have uploaded the article for this assignment. Please follow the instructions and feedback carefully. One last feedback is:I think you have a good idea of what is happening in the paper but were a bit short on the details here. Try to go back and give as much detail as you can about the experiments you are summarizing, the questions you want to answer, etc. Make sure you answer all of the points and guidelines.

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A clear Title. An Introduction that clearly lays out the objectives of the

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An Introduction that clearly lays out the objectives of the paper. What is the specific research question (or hypothesis) you are attempting to address? A good Introduction puts the research topic into context for the reader. It provides background information and indicates why the topic is important. The background information can take the form of a literature review that describes some of research that has been done on the topic.
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A Discussion in which you interpret and describe the significance of your findings in light of what was already known about the research topic.
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A Conclusion in which you synthesize the key points and, if applicable, discuss future research directions.
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A List of References. Throughout the body of your paper you are expected to cite references which indicate to the reader the sources of published (and sometimes unpublished) information that you are including. All references cited in the body of the paper are listed at the end of the document. Both in-text citations and the List of References are to be formatted appropriately. There are many acceptable formats; the one you choose does not matter so long as it is used consistently throughout the document. One format that is used frequently in scientific writing is APA (American Psychological Association). An inernet search will quickly reveal sources describing APA reference formatting.

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This is a lab workbook complete each section I will upload the results from each

This is a lab workbook complete each section I will upload the results from each sections. For the second practical include 5 separate graphs, read through the questions it will show you which graphs to complete. For the 3rd practical (which is part completed) great two graphs one for the examples (Hand drawn) the second is on excel. I will keep you updated with the results and what types of graphs need doing. I haven’t uploaded the results for the technique 4 and 5
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A clear Title. An Introduction that clearly lays out the objectives of the

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An Introduction that clearly lays out the objectives of the paper. What is the specific research question (or hypothesis) you are attempting to address? A good Introduction puts the research topic into context for the reader. It provides background information and indicates why the topic is important. The background information can take the form of a literature review that describes some of research that has been done on the topic.
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A Discussion in which you interpret and describe the significance of your findings in light of what was already known about the research topic.
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A Conclusion in which you synthesize the key points and, if applicable, discuss future research directions.
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A List of References. Throughout the body of your paper you are expected to cite references which indicate to the reader the sources of published (and sometimes unpublished) information that you are including. All references cited in the body of the paper are listed at the end of the document. Both in-text citations and the List of References are to be formatted appropriately. There are many acceptable formats; the one you choose does not matter so long as it is used consistently throughout the document. One format that is used frequently in scientific writing is APA (American Psychological Association). An inernet search will quickly reveal sources describing APA reference formatting.

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This is for animal behavior course. Answer both prompts please (attached). <<br

This is for animal behavior course. Answer both prompts please (attached).
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Video one: https://youtu.be/qP7a5KGoNCI
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Video two:https://youtu.be/tdXb_4EkYtU

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Instructions in the screenshot provided, here are the links needed. Please dont use a case study for the last question! Thank you !
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https://professional.heart.org/en/science-news/better-population-health-through-behavior-change-in-adults-a-call-to-action/Commentary
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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3028941/
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Its id is nc_019221.1, and it was originally identified in the rahnella aquatilis plasmid phw4594.

the sequence of the putative multimer resolution site for your project, as discussed in our last meeting. Its ID is NC_019221.1, and it was originally identified in the Rahnella aquatilis plasmid pHW4594.