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  • Recombinant Dna Synthesis

    Recombinant DNA is genetically engineered DNA that is formed by splicing fragments of DNA. Organismal cloning is the artificial creation of a new organism that is genetically identical to its counterpart. DNA cloning is a recombinant DNA technique where cDNAs and fragments of genomic DNA are inserted into a cloning vector and maintained during growth of the host cells. Vector is an agent that transfers genetic material into a cell or organism. Restriction enzymes are bacterial enzymes that find…

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  • Ubiquinone Oxidoreductase (1.3V)

    Regeneration of enzymatic cofactors is the most significant technical hurdle preventing the widespread employment of biochemical synthetic reactions as a production process for fine chemical manufacturing. The high cost of the continual replacement of enzymatic cofactors limits the economic viability of this production methodology despite potentially significant improvements in product quality and an associated reduction in environmental impact. Presented is an engineered biotic/abiotic…

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  • Essay On The Pros And Cons Of Cortisone

    The Pros and Cons of Joint Injuries, Joint Trauma, and Joint Conditions Treated with Cortisone Should osteoarthritis, tendinitis, bursitis and other joint conditions be treated with cortisone, and to what extent should treatment take place? Skeletal problems are intertwined in treatment before cortisone treatments are administered. There are several treatments besides cortisone, such as massage, chiropractic, physical therapy, and natural remedies. One can measure quality by how safe it is…

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  • Osmosis Egg Lab

    Introduction: In this lab, we had to compare an egg to a cell. We also tested the effect of hypertonic solutions and hypotonic solutions have on cells.The purpose of this experiment was to observe what happened to a cell when placed in different environments. In order to do this, we used an egg to represent a cell and put it in different solutions such as, vinegar, corn syrup, and distilled water. Corn syrup was used to show how a cell would react in a hypertonic solution, and distilled water…

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  • The Importance Of Regeneration Of Enzymatic Cofacter

    Regeneration of enzymatic cofactors is the most limiting technical challenge of employing biochemical synthetic reactions for industrial chemical manufacturing. Consequently, requirement and the high cost of these cofactors has limited, isolated biocatalysts for production of fine chemicals. We strived to engineer a drop-in, cofactor regeneration technology, circumventing limited use of isolated biocatalyst for consumer chemicals. Presented here is a biologically engineered artificial organelle…

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  • Cell Signaling And Cell Transduction Essay

    CELL SIGNALING AND CELL TRANSDUCTION INTRODUCTION: In this lecture, we will study about cell signaling and signal transduction. Each cell in a multicellular animal is bombarded with chemical signals that are made by other cells and this is how communication occurs at cells level by different signaling molecule. Signals that regulate cell metabolism, alter or maintain its differentiated state, determine whether it should divide, and dictate whether it will live or die. The word “signals” in…

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  • Erwin Schrödinger: The Cell Theory

    controls the pH level, or acidity, of the cell. The Cytoskeleton gives the cell its basic shape. The endoplasmic reticulum (ER) is a series of connected channels. It is separated into two parts, the rough and the smooth. The smooth ER is vital in lipid synthesis and the rough ER is involved with protein synthesis (Postlethwait, Hopson, & Veres, 1991). After being created in the rough ER, proteins are then altered in the Golgi complex. The Golgi complex then sends the proteins to places…

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  • Squeezed Orange Juice Case Study

    2.0 INTRODUCTION Consumption of foods and beverages that do not have added preservative but able to have a longer shelf life has become very popular among the consumer. In order to improve the shelf life of a food product, adding natural food extracts that act as the antimicrobial are able to inhibit or supress the microbial growth (Martin et al 2009). Microbial growth, pH and the storage temperature are the important measure of the shelf life and quality of a food product (Fellers 1988;…

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  • Ebola Virus

    The Ebola virus is gaining worldwide fame due to its sensational outbreak originating from Sierra Leone. The outbreaks of the virus have been recognized and effectively dealt with in the past, but the present outbreak is becoming a overwhelming challenge. Approximately there have been 15,000 suspected cases of the disease and 6,000 confirmed deaths so far. The horrifying visual hemorrhagic symptoms caused by the Ebola virus include internal and external bleeding as well as the fear inducing…

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