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Jack, a 16-year-old college student, fell from 20 feet to the earth while hiking

Jack, a 16-year-old college student, fell from 20 feet to the earth while hiking. He was conscious but unable to move any of his extremities when paramedics arrived at the scene. He was also screaming because of his neck pain. . His responses to the concerns asked were appropriate. He complained not being able to perceive any sensation in his arms and legs. His pupils were equal and reactive to light. A few scrapes on his arms only. Apparently, no other signs of injury showed.His vital signs revealed a blood pressure of 110 / 72, heart rate of 82 beats per minute, respirations of 18 per minute He was placed on a back board, his head was immobilised with a cervical collar, and he was taken to the hospital by the paramedics.
When Jack was examined at the hospital, it was discovered that he had no triceps or wrist extensor reflexes and just a little degree of sensation in his biceps brachii stretch reflexes. There were no muscle stretch in either the upper or lower limbs. An imaginary line drawn across his chest, about three inches above the nipples, marked the bilateral end of his perception of sensory inputs (i.e. everything below felt numb). Although he could feel some sensation in his arms, he was unable to localise touch or consistently define texture there. He was able to raise his shoulders and slightly flex each arm’s biceps brachii, but he was unable to lift either arm against gravity. He attempted to move his lower extremities but they are stiff. The following vital signs were recorded once more at the hospital: blood pressure=9494 / 55; heart rate=64; respiratory rate=24 (with shallow breathing).
At hospital , X-rays showed a fractured vertebra at a specific site. X-ray of the chest, the lung expansion upon inhalation showed decreased. With the exception of a respiratory acidosis (blood pH = 7.25), blood tests were normal. In order to hold his neck immobile and prevent more harm, the neurosurgeons inserted tongs into the skull above his ears. Allen was transferred to intensive care and his condition was stabilized.
Th week later, a physical examination revealed normal vital signs, no change in the strength or sensation of his arms, as well as noticeable spasms and heightened stretch reflexes in his lower extremities. He also had urinary incontinence
Questions
1. At hospital, Jack’s breathing was rapid and shallow. Why? Explain
2. Jack lose some sensation in his arms and all sensation in upper trunk. Why?
3. What is the problem that doctor diagnosed? ‘
4. What is the primary muscle of respiration? What nerve innervates this muscle?
5. After a week, some of Jack’s signs and symptoms had changed. Allen’s arm muscles were still flaccid, yet his leg muscles had become spastic and exhibited exaggerated stretch reflexes. Why?

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Kindly view the attachment for FULL instructions and reference. In short, Do T

Kindly view the attachment for FULL instructions and reference.
In short,
Do The Introductory Paragraph and Second Paragraph (from the link attached in the file) and follow all the requirements to write them. In other words, provide background for your topic by describing the biological significance and what is (un)known about your protein (PRPF8), and/or the importance of the simulation algorithm you will invent.
*Make sure you are following NIH Grant Specific Aim format (meaning there shouldn’t be any references in the paragraph, only at the end, etc….)
*Please use other resources to make this introduction paragraph more detailed and concise as my research proposal only gives the general foundation so do not copy too much off of it.

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Please do this in matlab……………………….

Please do this in MATLAB……………………….
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Write bio lab report results, discussion and conclusion section.

Write Bio lab report Results, Discussion and conclusion Section.
I have attached what my friend did, you can refer it, to see what’s the right way, and what should be covered. But you cannot paraphrase from it, and we must expand from it.
You will need to re-make the graphs – should be just like peers’, but re make through excel by our own. The results section’s structure should be the same but different wordings, and add more (should be 1000+ words); our discussion should keep the key ideas but total word count should be over 1200. References cannot be the same either.
I have also attache the lab’s original data, I gave you in excel already, this is the original not sorted, you will need it when doing some screenshots, etc.
just to avoid some misunderstandings,
The sample given is my peer’s , which, your idea could be similar, but should expand on the given sample and do not use the same references, need to change structure, etc..
Conclusion should be written by ourseles, about 200 words will be ok.
If you cannot download the zip file attached below, it can also be accessed here:
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1eaiHIpjKgUVs4I4klDgfW4rUOvit5e_t

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Write bio lab report results and discussion section.

Write Bio lab report Results and Discussion Section.
I have attached what my friend did, you can refer it, to see what’s the right way, and what should be covered. But you cannot paraphrase from it, and we must expand from it.
You will need to re-make the graphs – should be just like peers’, but re make through excel by our own. The results section’s structure should be the same but different wordings, and add more (should be 1000+ words); our discussion should keep the key ideas but total word count should be over 1200. References cannot be the same either.
I have also attache the lab’s original data, I gave you in excel already, this is the original not sorted, you will need it when doing some screenshots, etc.
just to avoid some misunderstandings,
The sample given is my peer’s , which, your idea could be similar, but should expand on the given sample and do not use the same references, need to change structure, etc..

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Write bio lab report results and discussion section.

Write Bio lab report Results and Discussion Section.
I have attached what my friend did, you can refer it, to see what’s the right way, and what should be covered. But you cannot paraphrase from it, and we must expand from it.
You will need to re-make the graphs – should be just like peers’, but re make through excel by our own. The results section’s structure should be the same but different wordings, and add more (should be 1000+ words); our discussion should keep the key ideas but total word count should be over 1200. References cannot be the same either.

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Lets say you were interest in looking at temperature distribution as a rod deforms.

Lets say you were interest in looking at temperature distribution as a rod deforms. You have found the
point map for the rod:
x = (1 + t)X
As well as the distribution of temperature in the Lagrangian description.
T = Xt^2
Find the relationship for how the temperature distribution changes with time with respect the un-deformed rod and the deforming rod.

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Biophysic lab report

Biophysic Lab Report
It is a lab that done in class, which I provided instruction, data, and structure.
Reminder: We have 5 interventions, and I gave the source data and also the sorted data in Excel.

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Biophysic lab report

Biophysic Lab Report
It is a lab that done in class, which I provided instruction, data, and structure.
Reminder: We have 5 interventions, and I gave the source data and also the sorted data in Excel.

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a biomedical engineering question and need guidanc

Learning Goal: I’m working on a biomedical engineering question and need guidance to help me learn.
using your structure, write a PyMol script to display a) protein secondary structure
hydrogen bonding and 2) polar contacts between the protein and DNA. You will need to use the “select”
and “distance” commands. What types of secondary structure does your protein exhibit? Are there any
protein side chains that may be in an incorrect rotamer (i.e. would an alternative rotamer further stabilize the protein-RNA interaction)? Does the experimental model include sodium (NA), potassium (K),
magnesium (MG), or chloride (CL) counter-ions (hint – use Pymol to select atoms with the names NA, K,
MG or CL)? Determine the total charge of your complex and explain your reasoning (hint – use can Pymol
to select charged amino acids, select charged nucleic acid bases, and/or counter-ions). Include your PyMol
script and a ray-traced image of the complex in your answer. ***my PDB structure is 5Z1G***