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Restriction Endonucleases: An Overview

30 years ago, when people are restrictions on the phage host specificity – when modified to study the phenomenon , first discovered by restriction endonucleases . Bacteria can resist new viruses , and this ” limitation ” approach can be … Continue reading

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Isolation and characterization of two distinct cDNA clones encoding corn seed cysteine proteinases

Domoto, Chieko; Watanabe, Hirohito; Abe, Makoto; Abe, Keiko; Arai, Soichi, 1995: Isolation and characterization of two distinct cDNA clones encoding corn seed cysteine proteinases. Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta. 1263(3): 241-244 We obtained two cDNA clones encoding corn seed cysteine proteinases … Continue reading

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This Week in PLOS NTDs and PLOS Pathogens: Climate, Chemicals and Vector Control, the Incubation of Buruli Ulcer, Supressing Viral Growth, and More By PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases and PLOS Pathogens

Buruli ulcer’s mode of transmission is presently unknown, but in Victoria, Australia, endemic areas have been carefully mapped and patients are known to report single visits or defined exposures to these areas. From a retrospective review, Jason Trubiano and colleagues … Continue reading

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Cellecta’s DECIPHER Project RNAi Screening Tools at Roswell Park Cancer Institute

We’ve started your blog as being a simple, unobtrusive conduit that permits us to speak on to our customers, collaborators, along with interested researchers about new and interesting developments linked to Cellecta’s technology and business. Because the first post, we … Continue reading

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Technique Enables Hands-free Heart, Respiration Measurements

A fairly easy video camera followed by complex algorithms seems to be provide an accurate ways to remotely monitor heart and respiration rates night or day, researchers report. The inexpensive way of monitoring the vital signs without touching a person … Continue reading

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New technique in RNA interference cuts a serious amounts of cost in genetic screens

There exists a new contender in neuro-scientific gene discovery, and yes it’s giving knockout mice a run their money. Researchers for the Rockefeller University have shown which a new technique using RNA interference has the capacity to find genes that … Continue reading

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Measles’ Natural Nemesis: Cells Infected by Measles Virus Pull out a Heavy Weapon in the Form of the Enzyme

Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute have found that a known enzyme in cells protects against measles virus, likely by altering the virus’s genetic material, RNA. Cells lacking the enzyme become highly vulnerable to the virus’s destructive effects. The enzyme … Continue reading

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