Posts Tagged ‘gland’

Formula da Matrix/DNA vista em “Lymph node”

domingo, novembro 12th, 2017


Parece evidente a presence da formula nesta figura, onde a area Azul/purpura seria F1, as B e T cells seriam as outras funcoes… Estas glandulas pertencem ao immune system.  Muito importante pesquisar esta possibilidade porque lymphs podem se tornarem tumores e cancer. Material inicial obtido em Wikipedia.

Lymph node pela Matrix/DNA formula?

Lymph node pela Matrix/DNA formula?

There are clusters of nodes under the arms, in the groin, neck and abdomen

A lymph node or lymph gland is an ovoid or kidney-shaped organ of the lymphatic system, and of the adaptive immune system, that is widely present throughout the body. They are linked by the lymphatic vessels as a part of the circulatory system. Lymph nodes are major sites of B and T lymphocytes, and other white blood cells. Lymph nodes are important for the proper functioning of the immune system, acting as filters for foreign particles and cancer cells. Lymph nodes do not have a detoxification function, which is primarily dealt with by the liver and kidneys.

In the lymphatic system the lymph node is a secondary lymphoid organ.[3] A lymph node is enclosed in a fibrous capsule and is made up of an outer cortex and an inner medulla.[3]

Lymph nodes also have clinical significance. They become inflamed or enlarged in various diseases which may range from trivial throat infections, to life-threatening cancers. The condition of the lymph nodes is very important in cancer staging, which decides the treatment to be used, and determines the prognosis. When swollen, inflamed or enlarged, lymph nodes can be hard, firm or tender ( cont. a ler)


Outro link: ( Cont. a ler)

In the Drosophila hematopoietic organ, the lymph gland, the posterior signaling center (PSC) acts as a niche to regulate the hematopoietic response to immune stress such as wasp parasitism. This response relies on the differentiation of lamellocytes, a cryptic cell type, dedicated to pathogen encapsulation and killing. Here, we establish that Toll/NF-κB pathway activation in the PSC in response to wasp parasitism non-cell autonomously induces the lymph gland immune response.