Computer Science & Systems Biology

Computer Science & Systems Biology

Insights into Structure of Telomerase DNA

Studies on telomerases have always been significant in the field of science. Researchers, therefore have a keen interest in these telomerases because of their involvement in ageing and cancer related studies. Read more…

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Posted by Janus - 01/02/2013 at 00:42

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Now it is Possible to Predict the Transition of DNA

From past few decades we have been learning about the different types of DNA viz., A, B & Z forms. B form is the most common conformation in vivo systems which has wide major groove and narrow minor groove. Z form DNA has left-handed sense. Read more…

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Posted by Janus - 16/01/2013 at 06:50

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Tissue Regeneration and its Therapeutic Strategies

The expansion in clinical knowledge and the engineering quality of medical devices since the 1970s has led to substantial achievement. In spite of this accomplishment, however, the whole field of implant surgery is witnessing a gradual shift away from the healthy, Read more…

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Posted by Tripti - 07/01/2013 at 02:05

Categories: Applied Biological Sciences, Biology, Computer Science & Systems Biology, Tissue Science & Engg   Tags: , ,

Way to have Bio-Computer

For the past few years scientists have been creating genetic Boolean logic circuits in the field called synthetic biology. The genetic ON and OFF switches would create the simple logic functions. This is being done by altering the connection between genetic components Read more…

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Posted by Janus - 20/12/2012 at 05:31

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Bacterial Genes can be used to Build Complex Logic Circuit

Probably, you might be surprised, when you hear it for the first time, but it’s true. Logic gates, which are elementary blocks of any circuit, are made from resistors, capacitors and transistors, etc. Like the way these things are used to build logic gates Read more…

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Posted by Janus - 04/12/2012 at 04:52

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Delivering Highly Potent DNA Vaccines has got Hi-tech Now

The research over finding the efficient drug delivery system has always been an interesting one. This is due to the need of effective targeting of disease-causing viruses & pathogens. But, as the diseases are gaining new faces the need has tend to develop new technology Read more…

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Posted by Janus - 30/11/2012 at 06:49

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