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2] treatment, causing a 25-fold increase in the phospho-ERK-2/ERK-2 ratio, and gradually declined over 2 hr.
With enough pressure, the nail edge will break the skin surface allowing bacterial or fungal contamination into the toe, causing infection and even more swelling and pain.
Sometimes androgens overstimulate the glands, causing an excess of a natural oily secretion called sebum, which can lead to acne.
Surgery (for example, prostate surgery) can injure nerves and arteries near the penis, causing impotence.
The number of HIV-infected Americans has remained constant for years instead of increasing rapidly as predicted, which suggests that HIV is an old virus that has been with us for centuries without causing an epidemic.
The pressure may exceed 1 atmosphere, causing the evolution of |N.
Recently, a new approach has been developed that not only predicts the amount of warpage and residual stress in a component, but also pinpoints which factors are causing the warpage and details the precise contribution of each factor to the overall warpage.
In addition, rates of antibiotic resistance can be high in many geographic areas making identification of the bacteria causing the infection critical to determine the most effective treatment.
A condition called reflex sympathetic dystrophy (a problem of the sympathetic nervous system) may be causing the skin temperature changes you are experiencing.
Penicillin, a drug commonly used to treat strep throat, busts the bacterial cell wall, a protective covering that surrounds the cell, causing the bug to spill its guts.
This happens because the colon's muscle contractions are slow or sluggish, causing the stool to move through the colon too slowly.
The expanding and contracting wax causes stress on the slurry coat causing small cracks in the coating.
Muscle size is maintained by a balance between processes that promote muscle growth via increasing muscle protein synthesis, and antagonistic processes that cause muscle atrophy by causing muscle protein degradation.