Neonatal Biology

Neonatal Biology

Human Genome Project- Scientist’s Great Work

Human body cells contain a master program organizing by specific units called as genes present in chromosomes along with specific polymers. Human body contains 46 chromosomes arranged in pairs and placed in cell nucleus.  Genes are made by Deoxy Read more…

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Posted by Anjelina - 24/01/2013 at 07:14

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DNA Chip and its Importance

DNA chips are the tiny microarrays contain large number of genes immobilized and fixed with solid supports such as polyacrylamide on a glass microscopic slides or silicon or nylon membranes. Read more…

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Posted by Anjelina - 24/01/2013 at 05:57

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Antisense RNA Technology – A Breakthrough Research

DNA or RNA in our body can be start from 51 to 31 so that they can call as sense strands. Antisense strands are the complementary sequences of sense strands which are able to bind with sense strands by hydrogen bonding hence susceptible Read more…

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Posted by Anjelina - 24/01/2013 at 05:33

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Transgenic Animals : Molecular Biology Innovative

Transgenic animals are molecular biology innovative acquired transgenic genes from other species. Transgenic genes means genome contains modified genes or foreign integrated genes from other species with specific characteristics. Read more…

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Posted by Anjelina - 24/01/2013 at 05:09

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Gene Therapy and its Major Role in Cancer Treatment

Genes are the coding sequences that are made up with DNA and present in cell nucleus. Nucleus is the control system of the cell.Gene can produce the proteins through transcription (synthesis of RNA from DNA) and translation (Synthesis of protein molecules from RNA) processes. Read more…

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Posted by Anjelina - 21/01/2013 at 02:07

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Neonatal Common Skin Problem and Prevention

In neonatal the outer layer of the skin also called as epidermis is immature and is very susceptible for many skin problems. Some of the common skin problem has discussed below.Cradle Cap or Seborrheic Dermatitis causes rash on scalp, face, ears and other explosive areas are common symptoms. Read more…

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Posted by Anjelina - 08/01/2013 at 23:47

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