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  • O-Methyltransferase Lab Report

    catalytic activity over different classes of substrates is of great importance in producing variety of methylated natural products. With this concept, we used the aforementioned natural compounds as substrate for biotransformation reaction. Culture of recombinant E. coli strain was prepared and induced as explained in materials and method. In vivo reaction mixtures analysis of different substrates revealed the presence of methylated product in each reaction mixtures except naringenin and quercetin. Prominent single product peak was detected in case of 7,8-DHF (product retention time (tR) of 20.7 min, substrate peak was detected at tR 18.8 min)…

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  • Quantum Dots Essay

    nanodots and they can be clearly visualised in all three different experimental conditions: in vitro (labelled spermatozoa and oocytes), ex vivo (intrauterine labelled spermatozoa), and in situ (labelled follicles during its maturation process)1. Migration locus for labelled nanodots were also observed during their incubation and growth period. Images suggested nanodots tend to accumulate in area with high levels of plasminogen, a fertilisation regulator1. In female reproductive track, the…

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  • Computationally Validation Of Transcriptional Drivers And Therapeutic Combinations In CRPC

    lines) and in vivo (i.e., xenograft models) experimental validation to determine whether these genes are essential for drug-resistance. Computationally inferred drug combinations will be validated for their effect on MRs’ activity and ability to govern drug resistance and tumorigenicity. Furthermore, inferred drug combinations will be analyzed using RNA sequencing of treated tumors for their synergistic action and potential benefits for patients with castration-resistant prostate cancer.…

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  • Argumentative Essay: Saving Of Live Animals

    over a few years (“Animals at Nuclear Sites Trapped, Tested”). As a result, scientists and researchers know that the animals in the area are in danger and need rescuing. Animals that live in other areas heavily impacted by nuclear radiation, such as Chernobyl, Ukraine and the Fukushima coast of Japan, can be saved without severe radiation poisoning because of the results from in vivo research. In essence, the animals used in the experiments are not wasted or taken for granted; in fact, they are…

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  • Persuasive Speech Outline For Animal Testing

    shown to cause birth defects in humans but is extremely teratogenic in other animals [2]. IV. Animal testing is more expensive than its alternatives. a. Some tests performed on animals can take months or years to obtain accurate data. This means that during that time, money has to be spent to keep the animals housed, fed, watered, and cleaned all while spending more money on the drug, therapy, or procedure that is being test. b. Money has been wasted on animal research because certain diseases…

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  • The Harmful Effects Of Experimentation On Animals

    Animals have saved many lives throughout history. Why would we want to hurt these innocent creatures that help us everyday and bring joy to our lives. The researchers who subject poor and innocent animals to testing do not give them a choice. The researchers put animals through inhumane ways of product testing, while there are humane ways to put an end to this. Makeup companies keep experimenting on animals because it is a easier; it takes time to switch to more humane methods, plus animal…

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  • The Importance Of Animal Experimentation

    Animal experimentation Humans depend on controversy to obtain an ominous view of all the facts to make an educated decision. While many humans can never unanimously agree on a whole heartedly ethically inclined decision, it can help create progress especially in cases of animal cruelty. Although many people are against animal cruelty, the controversy is dictated to people’s opinions on whether animal experimentation is more helpful or more harmful. Animal experimentation is incredibly…

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  • What Are The Benefits Of Animal Testing

    Every year, approximately 26 millions animals are being used for commercial and scientific testing according to http://animal-testing.procon.org/. Many new developments are made due to animal testing, such as, medical treatments, diagnosing the toxicity of medications, and examining whether products are safe for human use. Although animal testings lead to many life saving treatments, it is considered inhumane and cruel to many because it often inflicts a great amount of pain and suffering on the…

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  • Animal Testing Research Paper

    Animal Testing Each year it is estimated that over 100 million animals are tested on for scientific purposes around the world. The debate of whether or not scientists should use animals for experimentation has been a big problem for many years. Scientists use the animals to test out the safety and efficacy of products. Animal testing has gotten to be a big problem and it needs to be stopped immediately because it is not fair to the animals. Animal testing is cruel and unfair to the animals and…

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  • Animal Testing Should Be Banned

    Did you know that “over 100 million animals are burned, crippled, poisoned, and abused in US labs every year”(“11 Facts About Animal Testing”)? Animals testing is the experimental, research, and testing of animals to help seek the different affects a product can have on someone. Many animals are abused daily to ensure the safety of cosmetics, medicine, and other products. They are also used to see if there are any side effects in a product, while also making sure they are safe for people to…

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