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UOTTAWABPS 1101William OgilvieWinter

BPS 1101 Lecture Notes - Jean Nicot

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The number one risk factor associated with stroke is tobacco smoke! Theory that tobacco comes from the shipment to spain from the island tobago asthma
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BPS 1101 Lecture Notes - Cytotoxic T Cell, Innate Immune System, Variolation

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Intense, and sooner or later the patient is healthy again. Next time same microbe invades, the response is immediate and strong. Each antibody is uniqu
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UOTTAWABPS 1101William OgilvieWinter

BPS 1101 Lecture Notes - Fritz Pregl, Stanozolol, Mark Mcgwire

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Used steroids, therefore banned from competition for a year. Caught a 2nd time, then was banned for life. Canadian who won the 100 metre dash most famo
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BPS1101 Lecture 1: MASTER COPY ALL LECTURES BPS1101

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BPS 1101 Lecture Notes - Agostino Bassi, Louis Pasteur, Gerhard Domagk

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Death is wear n" tear it used to be infections!) People thought it was due to god, therefore would search for reasons why god was mad (burn heretics, e
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UOTTAWABPS 1101William OgilvieWinter

Simplified Review of Drugs 101's Topic 5 (Cancer) - Note that a lot of the biochemistry is skimmed (unnecessary if you're in Science)

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The tumour feels glued to the underneath tissue (because it grows into that tissue) Happens in children, but it s extremely rare stayed roughly the sam
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Drugs 101.docx

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The life expectancy for most of recorded history was approximately 30 to 35 years. In 1900, life expectancy in canada was still only 40 years. As of 20
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UOTTAWABPS 1101William OgilvieWinter

BPS 1101 Lecture Notes - Salicin, Paracetamol, Acetanilide

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BPS 1101 Lecture Notes - Paracetamol, Chlorphenamine, Ibuprofen

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A hundred years ago, infections used to be more serious now, we can get over them easily. Cold is caused by over 200 viruses (therefore heterogeneous).
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BPS 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Tricyclic Antidepressant, Auditory Hallucination, Chlorpromazine

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We can control our behaviour, not all behaviour can be easily controlled. Geneic basis for personality: mental illness has a geneic component. Mental i
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BPS 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Capsaicin, Skatole, Bombyx Mori

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BPS 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Fluoxetine, Side Effect, Chlorpromazine

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It could be a valve that isn"t closing properly or that heart is a little too big/small. A person who"s diabetic might not be producing enough insulin.
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