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shepptacular:

Our Black Friday deal combined with our currently running 15% off promotion sounds like a sweet deal!
etsy.com/shop/shepiji


Sweet

shepptacular:

Our Black Friday deal combined with our currently running 15% off promotion sounds like a sweet deal!

etsy.com/shop/shepiji

Sweet

(via outofcurltrol)

heyfranhey:

outofcurltrol:

Just learned how to set this week! And my first line of business was to sew a bonnet on the inside of this hat I knit (inspired by one of Hey Fran Hey’s hats last year)
It’s that time of year again fellow naturals! Protect those ends (well that’s all year round) and shield your hair from the elements!
https://www.etsy.com/shop/Shepiji

That’s so cool! It looks exactly like it :)

my babes getting reblogged!

heyfranhey:

outofcurltrol:

Just learned how to set this week! And my first line of business was to sew a bonnet on the inside of this hat I knit (inspired by one of Hey Fran Hey’s hats last year)

It’s that time of year again fellow naturals! Protect those ends (well that’s all year round) and shield your hair from the elements!

https://www.etsy.com/shop/Shepiji

That’s so cool! It looks exactly like it :)

my babes getting reblogged!

Somehow, Pebble is making a better smartwatch than gadget giants like Samsung and Sony
Ricardo Bilton, venturebeat.com
Tick­ets On Sale NowSam­sung is a multi­bil­lion com­pa­ny with 425,000 employ­ees and a mas­sive sup­ply chain. Peb­ble is 40-strong and fueled by $10 mil­lion in Kick­starter money.So you might be sur­prised at which one is mak­ing the…

Somehow, Pebble is making a better smartwatch than gadget giants like Samsung and Sony
Ricardo Bilton, venturebeat.com

Tick­ets On Sale Now

Sam­sung is a multi­bil­lion com­pa­ny with 425,000 employ­ees and a mas­sive sup­ply chain. Peb­ble is 40-strong and fueled by $10 mil­lion in Kick­starter money.

So you might be sur­prised at which one is mak­ing the…

kevingrione:

This has nothing to do with the boys, but I found this Burger King ad campaign interesting.  Sorry, it’s a Flash file so you can’t watch it on the iPad.

(Source: thetanjiboys)

shepptacular:

#day14 #squats which I did today because I couldn’t do my leg day yesterday. Narrow and wide smith and Bulgarian split squat in the middle #gymflow #curlyandfit #fitlife

shepptacular:

#day14 #squats which I did today because I couldn’t do my leg day yesterday. Narrow and wide smith and Bulgarian split squat in the middle #gymflow #curlyandfit #fitlife

vikpanda:

#ActivoreOfTheDay @andrewnyer! #beastmode

vikpanda:

#ActivoreOfTheDay @andrewnyer! #beastmode

shepptacular: Withings Scale Review

shepptacular:

**I’m trying to share some things that worked for me on my fitness journey instead of always reblogging**

My boyfriend is a tech-junkie. Anything technologically cool, new, and geeky is on his radar. I’m into health, fitness, (among many other things). Withings is currently the marriage of both…

Run for the parks turned into run for Boston AND for the Parks. Both of us set PRs! @shepptacular

Run for the parks turned into run for Boston AND for the Parks. Both of us set PRs! @shepptacular

scienceyoucanlove:

By investigating an African patient’s HIV infection, researchers have traced the development of an antibody that is effective at neutralizing many strains of HIV, according to a study published today (April 3) in Nature. The researchers—who identified the original HIV variant as well as the broadly neutralizing antibody, and pieced together their evolution over the course of infection—hope that a vaccine mimicking this process could encourage the development of such effective HIV-fighting antibodies.
The new research provides “really in-depth information on how a particular type of broadly neutralizing antibody emerges over the course of a natural HIV infection,” said Leonidas Stamatatos, an immunologist at Seattle Biomedical Research Institute who did not participate in the study.
Broadly neutralizing antibodies—able to block many strains of HIV from binding target cells—are notoriously rare: only about 20 percent of HIV-positive people ever generate such antibodies. One of the most attractive neutralizing targets is the HIV envelope protein (Env) that binds T cells, which is present on every variant of HIV. But Env is covered in sugar molecules that often mimic host structures, making it hard for the immune system to distinguish virus from self. In order to avoid an adverse autoimmune reaction, the body produces few B cells whose antibodies can recognize these common structures. One approach to developing an effective HIV vaccine is to stimulate these rare B cells, but because Env’s sequence can vary widely between HIV strains, researchers didn’t know much about the right Env variant for the job.
In order to find an Env that could stimulate an antibody with broadly neutralizing potential, Barton Haynes at Duke University and researchers at the Center for HIV-AIDS Vaccine Immunology (CHAVI) set up eight acute infection clinics in Malawi, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, and one in North Carolina, where they could watch antibody and virus develop within weeks of infection.
read more here
picture from here 

scienceyoucanlove:

By investigating an African patient’s HIV infection, researchers have traced the development of an antibody that is effective at neutralizing many strains of HIV, according to a study published today (April 3) in Nature. The researchers—who identified the original HIV variant as well as the broadly neutralizing antibody, and pieced together their evolution over the course of infection—hope that a vaccine mimicking this process could encourage the development of such effective HIV-fighting antibodies.

The new research provides “really in-depth information on how a particular type of broadly neutralizing antibody emerges over the course of a natural HIV infection,” said Leonidas Stamatatos, an immunologist at Seattle Biomedical Research Institute who did not participate in the study.

Broadly neutralizing antibodies—able to block many strains of HIV from binding target cells—are notoriously rare: only about 20 percent of HIV-positive people ever generate such antibodies. One of the most attractive neutralizing targets is the HIV envelope protein (Env) that binds T cells, which is present on every variant of HIV. But Env is covered in sugar molecules that often mimic host structures, making it hard for the immune system to distinguish virus from self. In order to avoid an adverse autoimmune reaction, the body produces few B cells whose antibodies can recognize these common structures. One approach to developing an effective HIV vaccine is to stimulate these rare B cells, but because Env’s sequence can vary widely between HIV strains, researchers didn’t know much about the right Env variant for the job.

In order to find an Env that could stimulate an antibody with broadly neutralizing potential, Barton Haynes at Duke University and researchers at the Center for HIV-AIDS Vaccine Immunology (CHAVI) set up eight acute infection clinics in Malawi, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, and one in North Carolina, where they could watch antibody and virus develop within weeks of infection.

read more here

picture from here 

shepptacular:

Our Black Friday deal combined with our currently running 15% off promotion sounds like a sweet deal!
etsy.com/shop/shepiji


Sweet

shepptacular:

Our Black Friday deal combined with our currently running 15% off promotion sounds like a sweet deal!

etsy.com/shop/shepiji

Sweet

(via outofcurltrol)

heyfranhey:

outofcurltrol:

Just learned how to set this week! And my first line of business was to sew a bonnet on the inside of this hat I knit (inspired by one of Hey Fran Hey’s hats last year)
It’s that time of year again fellow naturals! Protect those ends (well that’s all year round) and shield your hair from the elements!
https://www.etsy.com/shop/Shepiji

That’s so cool! It looks exactly like it :)

my babes getting reblogged!

heyfranhey:

outofcurltrol:

Just learned how to set this week! And my first line of business was to sew a bonnet on the inside of this hat I knit (inspired by one of Hey Fran Hey’s hats last year)

It’s that time of year again fellow naturals! Protect those ends (well that’s all year round) and shield your hair from the elements!

https://www.etsy.com/shop/Shepiji

That’s so cool! It looks exactly like it :)

my babes getting reblogged!

Somehow, Pebble is making a better smartwatch than gadget giants like Samsung and Sony
Ricardo Bilton, venturebeat.com
Tick­ets On Sale NowSam­sung is a multi­bil­lion com­pa­ny with 425,000 employ­ees and a mas­sive sup­ply chain. Peb­ble is 40-strong and fueled by $10 mil­lion in Kick­starter money.So you might be sur­prised at which one is mak­ing the…

Somehow, Pebble is making a better smartwatch than gadget giants like Samsung and Sony
Ricardo Bilton, venturebeat.com

Tick­ets On Sale Now

Sam­sung is a multi­bil­lion com­pa­ny with 425,000 employ­ees and a mas­sive sup­ply chain. Peb­ble is 40-strong and fueled by $10 mil­lion in Kick­starter money.

So you might be sur­prised at which one is mak­ing the…

kevingrione:

This has nothing to do with the boys, but I found this Burger King ad campaign interesting.  Sorry, it’s a Flash file so you can’t watch it on the iPad.

(Source: thetanjiboys)

shepptacular:

#day14 #squats which I did today because I couldn’t do my leg day yesterday. Narrow and wide smith and Bulgarian split squat in the middle #gymflow #curlyandfit #fitlife

shepptacular:

#day14 #squats which I did today because I couldn’t do my leg day yesterday. Narrow and wide smith and Bulgarian split squat in the middle #gymflow #curlyandfit #fitlife

vikpanda:

#ActivoreOfTheDay @andrewnyer! #beastmode

vikpanda:

#ActivoreOfTheDay @andrewnyer! #beastmode

shepptacular: Withings Scale Review

shepptacular:

**I’m trying to share some things that worked for me on my fitness journey instead of always reblogging**

My boyfriend is a tech-junkie. Anything technologically cool, new, and geeky is on his radar. I’m into health, fitness, (among many other things). Withings is currently the marriage of both…

Run for the parks turned into run for Boston AND for the Parks. Both of us set PRs! @shepptacular

Run for the parks turned into run for Boston AND for the Parks. Both of us set PRs! @shepptacular

scienceyoucanlove:

By investigating an African patient’s HIV infection, researchers have traced the development of an antibody that is effective at neutralizing many strains of HIV, according to a study published today (April 3) in Nature. The researchers—who identified the original HIV variant as well as the broadly neutralizing antibody, and pieced together their evolution over the course of infection—hope that a vaccine mimicking this process could encourage the development of such effective HIV-fighting antibodies.
The new research provides “really in-depth information on how a particular type of broadly neutralizing antibody emerges over the course of a natural HIV infection,” said Leonidas Stamatatos, an immunologist at Seattle Biomedical Research Institute who did not participate in the study.
Broadly neutralizing antibodies—able to block many strains of HIV from binding target cells—are notoriously rare: only about 20 percent of HIV-positive people ever generate such antibodies. One of the most attractive neutralizing targets is the HIV envelope protein (Env) that binds T cells, which is present on every variant of HIV. But Env is covered in sugar molecules that often mimic host structures, making it hard for the immune system to distinguish virus from self. In order to avoid an adverse autoimmune reaction, the body produces few B cells whose antibodies can recognize these common structures. One approach to developing an effective HIV vaccine is to stimulate these rare B cells, but because Env’s sequence can vary widely between HIV strains, researchers didn’t know much about the right Env variant for the job.
In order to find an Env that could stimulate an antibody with broadly neutralizing potential, Barton Haynes at Duke University and researchers at the Center for HIV-AIDS Vaccine Immunology (CHAVI) set up eight acute infection clinics in Malawi, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, and one in North Carolina, where they could watch antibody and virus develop within weeks of infection.
read more here
picture from here 

scienceyoucanlove:

By investigating an African patient’s HIV infection, researchers have traced the development of an antibody that is effective at neutralizing many strains of HIV, according to a study published today (April 3) in Nature. The researchers—who identified the original HIV variant as well as the broadly neutralizing antibody, and pieced together their evolution over the course of infection—hope that a vaccine mimicking this process could encourage the development of such effective HIV-fighting antibodies.

The new research provides “really in-depth information on how a particular type of broadly neutralizing antibody emerges over the course of a natural HIV infection,” said Leonidas Stamatatos, an immunologist at Seattle Biomedical Research Institute who did not participate in the study.

Broadly neutralizing antibodies—able to block many strains of HIV from binding target cells—are notoriously rare: only about 20 percent of HIV-positive people ever generate such antibodies. One of the most attractive neutralizing targets is the HIV envelope protein (Env) that binds T cells, which is present on every variant of HIV. But Env is covered in sugar molecules that often mimic host structures, making it hard for the immune system to distinguish virus from self. In order to avoid an adverse autoimmune reaction, the body produces few B cells whose antibodies can recognize these common structures. One approach to developing an effective HIV vaccine is to stimulate these rare B cells, but because Env’s sequence can vary widely between HIV strains, researchers didn’t know much about the right Env variant for the job.

In order to find an Env that could stimulate an antibody with broadly neutralizing potential, Barton Haynes at Duke University and researchers at the Center for HIV-AIDS Vaccine Immunology (CHAVI) set up eight acute infection clinics in Malawi, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, and one in North Carolina, where they could watch antibody and virus develop within weeks of infection.

read more here

picture from here 

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