Microbiology

Microbiology

Risk marked at Womb in Abnormal Placentas

Specialists at the Yale School of Medicine have deciphered how to measure a toddler’s danger of advancing a mental imbalance by searching for anomalies his/her placentas at life commencement, considering prior determination and medicine for the developmental jumble. Read more…

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Posted by Alison Moriah - 28/05/2013 at 22:29

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Cancer and Survival Mechanism

Cancer is cause of many deaths per year. Human beings are still fighting with cancer, many are busy in finding cure and treatment for cancer but cancer research is still going with flow to find a path for those who are the prisoner of cancer. Read more…

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Posted by shivam - 29/04/2013 at 00:12

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Engineered Bacteria can be used as Vaccines

Researchers at the Imperial College London have engineered Salmonella bacteria to use it for vaccination. Normally, Salmonella bacteria possess nanoscopic needles through which it injects its own protein into host cells. These proteins assist them to replicate and survive into those host cells. Read more…

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Posted by Mia Ashley - 28/04/2013 at 22:34

Categories: Bacteriology & Parasitology, Biology, Microbiology   Tags: ,

Gene Transformation Connected to Leprosy

In another discovering, a change in TAP1 gene has been connected with defenselessness to leprosy in Indians. TAP1 gene is one of the a few genes that manage the insusceptible reaction and its varieties were prior involved in tuberculosis and auto-immune sicknesses. Read more…

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Posted by Mehaboobi - 19/04/2013 at 23:29

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Coagulation Disorders: A Disorder associated with Failure of Liver

Our liver is the major site for synthesis of approximately all coagulation factors. The Liver failure or hepatic failure is associated with decreasing of coagulation disorders, fibrinolysis, less number or functional inactivation of blood platelets and dysfibrinogenemia. Read more…

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Posted by shivam - 10/03/2013 at 23:48

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Bundibugyo Ebolavirus Studied for Human Infection

The diseases caused by Ebola viruses are very severe and life threatening. These are mainly Ebola Virus Disease or Ebola Hemorrhagic fever and mainly caused by four different types of Ebola Virus, Sudan Virus, Tai Forest Virus and Bundibugyo ebolavirus. Read more…

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Posted by Nicci - 06/02/2013 at 02:30

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