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DNA mutation

Mutation Due to Different Base Modifications

Mutations can result from chemical or physical events that lead to base modification. When they affect the base-pairing pattern, they interfere with replication or transcription. Chemical substancees...
DNA mutation

Changes in DNA (Mutations)

When it was recognized that changes (mutations) in genes occur spontaneously (T. H. Morgan, 1910) and can be induced by X-rays (H. J. Muller,...
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Turmeric: a Natural Antidepressant more effective than Prozac

According to a recent clinical study published in the journal "Phytotherapy Research", it has been proven that this spice offers incredible health benefits. We...
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DNA Amplification by Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR)

The introduction of cell-free methods for multiplying DNA fragments of defined origin (DNA amplification) in 1985 ushered in a new era in molecular genetics...
Southern blot

Restriction Analysis by Southern Blot Analysis

Restriction endonucleases are DNA-cleaving enzymes with defined sequences as targets. They are often simply called restriction enzymes. Since each enzyme cleaves DNA only at...
Jon Brower Minnoch

Jon Brower Minnoch The fattest 6,35 tons-man in Human History

Jon Brower Minnoch (born September 29, 1941 in Bainbridge Island, died September 10, 1983) is an American who holds the record of the man...
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NuWhite Glutathione, Intense Skin Whitening

NuWhite Advanced Whitening contains L-Glutathione, Collagen and Placenta. All NuWhite components are approved by U.S FDA. NuWhite is a Japan formulated supplement that has undergone...
DNA library

DNA Libraries

A DNA library is a collection of DNA fragments that in their entirety represent the genome, that is, a particular gene being sought and...
cDNA cloning

cDNA cloning

cDNA is a single-stranded segment of DNA that is complementary to the mRNA of a coding DNA segment or of a whole gene. It...
DNA cloning

DNA Cloning

To obtain sufficient amounts of a specific DNA sequence (e.g., a gene of interest) for study, it must be selectively amplified. This is accomplished...
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