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Molecular Mechanism of Antibiotic Resistance in Escherichia Coli Biology Essay
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In that regard, it is vital to understand the antibiotic resistance mechanism of E. coli, especially at the molecular level. This implies that the quantification of the mechanism upon which this eventuality is realized will have to drench deep into the responsible genetic sequences in the DNA of the bacterium.
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Why is Hepatitis E of Increasing Importance for Developing as well as Developed Countries Biology Essay
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HEV has one serotype but four genotypes. Humans are infected exclusively by genotypes 1 and 2 HEV while genotype 3 and 4 HEV infect humans as well as other mammals including pigs since they are zoonotic.
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New Loci for Genetic Resistance to Malaria in Humans Biology Essay
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Factors dictating the susceptibility of malaria include environmental, parasite virulence, and host genetics (Mackinnon et al., 2005). These facts may interplay to determine the cause of the disease. The severe form of the condition is the one caused by P. falciparum which is prevalent in Sub-Saharan Africa. 
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Molecular Genetics Biology Report
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On the gel, the circular form of the nucleic acid would move a greater distance from the gel as compared to the linear form. This is because the movement of nucleic acids through the gel depends on the molecular size as well as the shape of the nucleic acid molecule. 
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Bioinformatics and Molecular Modelling Biology Research Paper
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They widely exist in plant and microbial species, but with the poor characterization of structure. Plant lipases are often considered to be involved in regulating certain plant growths and developments (Bos and Laxminarayan, 2011; 42). They are mainly found in seeds where triglycerides are stored in the form of intracellular structures or the oil bodies.
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Clostridium Botulinum Biology Essay
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When these toxin-containing foods are consumed, it results in a medical condition clinically referred to as botulism, which often causes death. The Botulinum toxin produced by the Clostridium bacteria is the most poisonous substance found in the world, where 1 gram is potent enough to kill nearly 30 billion mice.
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The Role of Procoagulant Microparticles in Hemostasis Biology Essay
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Microparticles range in diameter from 100-1000 nm, but most have a diameter of 200 nm. Procoagulant MPs mostly appear as a result of apoptosis and vascular cell activation. Increased levels of circulating platelet, monocyte, or endothelial-derived MPs are associated with CVD risk factors and indicate the poor clinical outcome.
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Red Blood Cells and Their Journey Biology Essay
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The cell membrane is the key to determining the properties of the erythrocyte. The cell membrane also consists of a certain cytoplasmic enzyme that helps in maintaining the flexibility of the cell membrane, transport of ions, and also prevents the oxidation of proteins in the red blood cells.
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The Circulatory System Biology Essay
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One of these systems is the circulatory system. Because of what it does for man, the circulatory system can also be considered the most important one. Without the circulatory system, man will not be able to live. People usually associate the circulatory system with blood and they are not mistaken. 
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Mechanisms of Protein Folding In Vitro Biology Essay
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Proteins are biology’s workhorses, its ‘nanomachines’. Proteins help your body break down food into energy, regulate your moods, and fight disease. Before proteins can carry out these important functions, they assemble themselves, or ‘fold’.
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Climate Change Biology Essay
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In this view, tropical reefs are more evocative of the Serengeti in Africa than of the tropical forest they are frequently contrasted to, where the native mammals and birds can be difficult to observe and are secretive. A coral reef may be made up of a large number of species and several of the universe’s most diverse and dense populations of vertebrate animals.
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Compare and Contrast between Adult Stem Cells and Embryonic Stem Cells Biology Essay
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The multicellular organisms include all the animals and especially mammals and they are able to undergo the process of mitosis whereby they divide. Stem cells are found within the bodies of organisms and their location gives them their specific categories hence the two main types of stem cells.
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Sex Hormone-Binding Globulin Gene Biology Essay
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The similar transcription unit which encodes plasma SHBG is also expressed in the testes of most mammalian organisms. In these species, the SHBG homolog widely referred to as the androgen binding protein (ABP) is produced and secreted by Sertoli cells. This production and synthesis of ABP are usually under the influence of follicle-stimulating hormone.
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Protein Biology Essay
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Proteins are very important as they engage in cell repair and the formation of new cells. Proteins are also very important during pregnancy, childhood as well as adolescence. Digestion breaks down proteins into amino acids. Amino acids are of three categories – essential, nonessential, and conditional amino acids.
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Paul Ehrlich's Influence on Modern Microbiology and Immunology Biology Essay
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Though his early studies of antitoxins, his work developed further into a serious examination of the diverse number of chemicals which were available to him for the purpose of identifying those which could be used to fight such bacterial species as treponema pallidum, which was the main agent that was responsible for the development of syphilis.
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Monoclonal Antibodies Biology Essay
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The fused cells are grown in a selective medium called the HAT medium which contains Hypoxanthine, aminopterin, and thymidine. (Saha 2010). The cells are then separated and each cell is grown in the HAT medium and the antibodies secreted by each cell are assayed for their ability to bind with the specific antigen.
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Malaria Resistant Humans Biology Research Proposal
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The variation in the immune system of humans and the modification in the human blood cells are the major reason for the malaria resistance in humans. Our human body possesses a lot of adaptations against malaria.
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Biochemical Principles Biology Essay
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Items with one simple sugar are monosaccharides and a typical example is a glucose. This is the most common type of carbohydrate found in mammalian bodies and is what medical professionals call blood sugar. The following is the molecular structure of the three common carbohydrates: glucose, fructose, and galactose.
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Why is Evolution True Biology Book Report/Review
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Evolution is based on the notion that all life on earth originated from a common universal ancestor, who through repeated speciation and divergence, led to the rise of different species. The common ancestry if inferred upon through the study of existing species and fossil records of species shared sets of DNA sequences; biochemical and morphological traits are elucidated.
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Test-Tube Meat Biology Essay
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A related factor to genetically modified organisms that have slowly gained debating points is test-tube meat, which refers to in-vitro meat made completely from the laboratory. It should, however, be noted that the creation of in vitro meat is completely non-genetic, meaning that test-tube meat is not a form of GMOs.
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Diet and Digestion Biology Essay
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Some of the healthy sources of carbohydrates, in this case, include whole-grain cereals and bread, brown rice, pasta, milk, and fruits/fruit juices. It is also essential that the teenage male athlete has at least 70-102g of proteins a day from high protein sources like fish, lean meats, eggs, poultry, and dairy products. 
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Gas Exchange and Transport Biology Essay
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Simultaneously, the diaphragm contracts and descends, increasing chest depth. Thoracic capacity increases, in turn reducing inter-pleural pressure, causing the elastic lung tissue to stretch and expand so as to fill the thoracic cavity. As alveoli air pressure falls below atmospheric pressure, air moves from the atmosphere into the alveoli.
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Knee Replacement Design Biology Essay
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The implant design is crucial in the determination of activity level patients can engage in after the knee replacement. Research indicates that massive restrictions have been caused owing to the implant disease, and this necessitates the improvement of implant designs for better service and improved mobility.
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Human Genome, Potential Use of Genome Genetic Variation in Health Screening Biology Essay
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Individual genes contain directions for specialized protein production in human cells, and these include production instructions for proteins of the structure as well as enzymes. The human genome itself is made up of gene pairs in the tens of thousands. With an individual being the inheritor to a gene from each of a person's parents.  
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Hemophilia A Biology Essay
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Human diseases can be divided broadly into three categories. These include 1) those that are genetically determined, (2) those that are determined on the basis of environmental factors entirely and, (3) those to which nurture and nature contribute in an equal manner. 
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Industrial Scale Production of Heterologous Proteins Biology Essay
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The need for proteins of significant importance, such as insulin, human growth factor, somatostatin, albumin, and heparin and virus antigens in emerging medical therapies has prompted the development of procedures of production in high quantities. The understanding of gene expression in different cells has been a major benchmark in the production of these proteins.
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Benefits of Stem Cell Research Biology Essay
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The excitement with this development was that doctors had come up with an ideal way to treat various human diseases while the controversy was based on the ethical implications of destroying human embryos in the name of cure. This gave rise to debate by political leaders on the necessary steps and regulations that were supposed to be followed in funding stem cell research.
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Ultra Heat Treatment of Milk Biology Essay
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There are many reasons that have been forwarded as to why the milk should not be consumed. Denaturation of proteins and the destruction of amino acids and enzymes in the body, consequently leading to more adverse effects in the body is one reason cited.
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Cloning Brachyury from SW480 in pNEB193 Plasmid Biology Lab Report
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This was a small value which indicated that the concentration values obtained by the class had a small variation among them. This may have been because the conditions for the experiment were the same with small variations among them. As for my part, accurate pipetting meant that my results were more accurate than the rest.
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Genetics and Molecular Biology Biology Lab Report
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This discussion will be focused on explicating the results of a laboratory experiment to determine the contamination of food products with other external contaminants. The PCR experiment will specifically entail identifying whether or not the claims made in regard to the foreign materials contained in these food products are true.
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Critical Appraisal Biology Literature review
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Currently, several chemotherapy drugs have yielded unsuccessful results. Therefore with the publication of this article in the year 2009, the obtained information is of late and up to date. We are going to criticize our article based on content and its formatting headings starting with the introduction and ending with references (Maher, 2013).
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Omic Technologies Biology Essay
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This technology is mainly aimed at the universal detection of metabolites mRNA genes, and proteins (proteomics) in a specific biological sample in a non-biased and. non-targeted manner. It can also be termed as high-dimensional biology; and the integration of these techniques is referred to as systems biology.
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Comparative Genomics Biology Essay
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Samples that contained the target gene were subcloned for future sequencing in the polymerase chain reactions. The sub-cloned samples were loaded in the 96 wells of the PCR plate and the original primers for the first screening used (Ciccarelli, and Miklods, 2009).
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Oxidative Phosphorylation and the Electron Transport Chain Biology Assignment
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When the ADP and Pi stores are somewhat present it binds to the loose site of the ATP synthase molecule and as Hydrogen ions start entering the inner mitochondria through the ATP synthase half proton channels the ADP and Pi bound to the loose site now becomes placed on the Tight site where the free energy of electron transport chain translates to the synthesis of ATP.
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Muscular and Endocrine Systems Biology Assignment
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Hormones are chemical substances that are secreted by specific organs and act on target organs. They are regulatory. The explanation for the correct answer: The absence of ducts. Endocrine glands secrete hormones into the blood. Ducts are delivery systems that are used to transport substances in the body (Olubummo, 2010).
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Genetic Diseases: Hemophilia A Biology Essay
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To be noted is that these disorders may not or may be heritable i.e. passed through human genes. In the non-heritable genetic types, these defects can be caused through new changes or mutations to an affected individual’s DNA. In such case scenarios, the defects present are only heritable in the event of occurrence through the human germline.
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Clustered Regularly Interspaced Palindromic Repeats Biology Essay
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Spacer elements are suggested to have occurred due to past exposure of bacteriophages or any other extra-chromosomal DNA. CRISPRs structures are often associated with a cluster of genes called CAS genes. These genes have been isolated from many bacterial species such as Streptococcus SPP.
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The Allergy Epidemic Biology Essay
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Today, asthma is a popular chronic disease among children. One in three individuals in the UK is affected by allergies with the children being the most vulnerable ones to allergic diseases. The occurrence of allergic diseases is at an alarming rate with many individuals from developed countries having an allergic condition.
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Genetically Modified Organisms Biology Essay
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What is apparent is that there is not sufficient information on the dangers of genetically modified organisms on human health as of present. In addition to this, scientists have not been able to come to a common ground on the possible hazards or the security of this technology.
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Questions concerning Biology Biology Essay
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The formation of free radicals takes place in our cells as the result of the enzymatic as well as the non-enzymatic reactions. Enzymatic reaction, which is a source of formation of free radicals, may take place in the cytochrome P450 system, in prostaglandin synthesis, in phagocytosis and in the respiratory chain (Vani, et al., 2013).
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Molecular Biology of Pancreatic Cancer Biology Essay
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It has been approximated by “The American Cancer Society” that around thirty-seven thousand, one hundred and seventy United States residents were diagnosed with this specific type of cancer while around thirty-three thousand, three hundred and seventy died from it during 2007 (American Cancer Society, 2007).
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Biochemical Basis of Sickle Cell Disease Biology Essay
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Sickle cell anemia is a genetic disease characterized by a mutation in hemoglobin, resulting in hemoglobin polymerization and resultant cell deformation, especially when there is a deficiency of or low oxygen conditions. Normally, the mutation is in the beta chain and gives rise to hemoglobin S (HbS); 
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The effects of ageing on Alzheimer's Disease Biology Essay
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Therefore cellular senescence i.e. the sudden inhibition of growth in mitotic cells causes impairment of functioning. Cells that are senescent are primarily responsible for ageing and age-related disorders owing to a feature of such
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Can Agriculture Biotechnology Help Feed a Growing Global Population Biology Essay
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According to a United Nations report, 250 000 children are born every day, millions of people will be added within this decade and the population of the industrialized world will grow by 56 million while that of the developing world will grow by 900 million (Sadik 2014:1).
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Homeostasis Biology Essay
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All the cells contribute to the maintenance of homeostasis. Nutrients are supplied in the cells through extracellular fluid. Homeostasis includes control of the blood water balance, blood sugar level, body temperature, and the urea level in the blood. All these mechanisms have a specific sensor that is able to detect the value of the factor being monitored.
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Immunotherapy in Ovarian Cancer Biology Essay
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The standard approaches for cancer treatment are radiation therapy, surgery, endocrine therapy, and chemotherapy. Surgery and radiation are performed at the tumor site and the effects are precise. Oral and parenteral administration for endocrine and chemotherapy produces some systemic effects.
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Should Human Cloning Be Allowed Biology Essay
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But the first instance of cloning which marked the existence and invention of cloning in our present world refers to the startling announcement made by The Roslin Institute, a biological research institution near Edinburgh, Scotland, on 22nd February 1997, that they have succeeded in cloning a biological identical copy from cells taken from an adult sheep.
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Lung Cancer Biology Essay
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The exact reasons for cancer diseases are yet to be known. It is believed that smoking, alcoholism, pollutions, increased use of pesticides and chemicals in the agricultural lands, changing lifestyles, etc are some of the commonly cited reasons for cancer diseases.
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Differentiation in Caenorhabditis Elegans Biology Essay
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C. Elegans was also used in this study because it is a eukaryote. This means that it has biological information that may be directly applicable in more complex organisms such as human beings. A eukaryote is small in size and it is estimated to have a genome of 9.7 X-107 base pairs or 97 Megabases.
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Enzyme Technology Biology Essay
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However, chromatography became a popular technique only after the development of partition chromatography by Archer Martin and R.L.M. Synge in 1944, who received a Nobel Prize for their contribution. (Freifelder, 1982, 216) Size exclusion chromatography is also known as molecular sieve chromatography. 
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