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  • Breast Cancer Case Study

    Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the United States and in many other nations of the world (R. Siegel, Miller, & Jemal, 2015). It is characterized by uncontrolled cell growth and invasion of tissues in various parts of our body such as lung, breast, and colon. The American Cancer Society estimates diagnosis of 1,685,210 new cancer cases and 595,690 cancer related deaths in the US in 2016 (R. L. Siegel, Miller, & Jemal, 2016). Breast cancer is identified as a diverse disease in…

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  • 2-Aminobenzophenone Lab Report

    optimization of the reaction conditions and to show the generality of the method we used the optimized conditions for the synthesis of different types of 12-aryl-tetrahydrobenzo[α]xanthene-11-ones by using of β-naphthol (4, 1.0 mmol), aromatic aldehydes derivatives (5, 1.0 mmol) and dimedone (6, 1.0 mmol). The reaction is fairly general, clean, rapid, and efficient. The experimental procedure is very simple…

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  • The Importance Of Knowledge Mathematics And The Arts

    The claim that “without application in the world, the value of knowledge is greatly diminished” implies that some knowledge is more valuable than others. More specifically, shared knowledge is more respected than personal knowledge. In other words, if you don’t use or share what you know/learn in real life, the knowledge loses validity and worth. The areas of knowledge Mathematics and the Arts will be used in this essay to investigate this claim with respect to ways of knowing of Reason and…

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  • Hordeum Bulbosum Is Restricted To Crossable Wheat Genotypes

    natural conditions in almost all parts of the world wherever wheat is cultivated. • Genotype specificity: Both the plant species viz. maize and I. cylindrica are genotype non-specific for hybridization with any variety of wheat, triticale or their derivatives, proving their suoeriorty over anther culture system. • Availability of pollen: Likewise maize, pollen of I. cylindrica is readily available in abundance during the wheat hybridization…

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  • Benzosuberone Essay

    biologically active compounds that attracted a great deal of interest in the medicinal chemistry due to their potent biological activities and wide range of pharmaceutical applications [1-6]. Several publications recorded that some of benzosuberone derivatives possess antipyretic, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antiulcer and antitumor activities [1-6]. As an indication for the importance of the benzosuberone based compounds, more than 100 registered patents and hundreds of publications on…

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  • Calculus Class Analysis

    college, but I had many of my teachers in high school that prepared me for the rigorous calculus course. I took calculus AB my senior year of high school, so I had all of the skills I needed prior to entering this class. I knew the Limit, Derivative, and Anti-Derivative topics, and in depth. I also spent lots of times in tutorials while I was taking this course in high school. The reason I have to repeat this course is due to the fact that I did not pass the AP exam. I made the score of a 1. I…

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  • Biotin Vs Avidin Essay

    which has four binding sites for biotin or biotinylated derivatives with extraordinary affinity. Biotin can be chemically coupled to a binder molecule (e.g., a protein, DNA, hormone, etc.) without disturbing the interaction with its target molecule by a procedure called biotinylation. Avidin can then be exploited to “sandwich” between the biotinylated binder and a targeting molecule or probe. Avidin was also coupled with a functional moiety in some cases. Through the avidin-biotin system, we can…

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  • Schiff Bases Case Study

    been designed to synthesize more and more novel lead molecules possessing least toxicity with highest efficacy.Schiff bases have importance since the last decade that it pulled the researchers towards the most appropriate access in forming novel derivatives in medicinal field.(Anu et al, 3013). Due…

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  • China Aviation Oil Case Study

    Derivatives e.g swaps and futures are mainly used to assist CAO (China Aviation Oil) in enhancing their procurement proficiency and hedging tool in the beginning to reduce the risk in their daily trading activities. Eventually derivatives are used in speculative trading without having a proper risk management environment in place in hope to gain more profit from the positive market movement. When the trading was done at the start, Mr Chen Juilin the managing director and CEO of the company, was…

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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Tri-O-Acetyloride

    halohydrins to give the corresponding addition products (Shabarova and Bogdanov, 1994). Selected examples of the side reactions that occur during oligonucleotide synthesis are given below. Tri-O-acetyluridine (S.1) reacts with MSNT to produce the triazolo derivative S.2 (Figure 2.1.2; Reese and Ubasawa, 1980). During deprotection with ammonium hydroxide, S.2 gives cytidine (S.3). Interestingly, during deprotection with either the tetramethylguanidinium…

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