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8th edition of students' medical journal launched

8th edition of students' medical journal launched
… presented with the 2014/15 Ethics Challenge prize at the launch for her essay 'To sell and buy a kidney', which explored the ethical issues in relation to consenting individuals purchasing and selling organs for transplantation, featured in the …
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Practice Biology, Biochemistry With 3 Sample MCAT Questions
Prospective medical students anticipating taking the new MCAT can look at the following sample questions and explanations to help prepare for the new test's stronger focus on biology and biochemistry. The changes, set to debut in 2015, will in part …
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Global Biochemistry Analyzer Market Size, Growth, Share,Trends and Forecast
SAN FRANCISCO, CA, UNITED STATES – Dec 16, 2014 – was a professional and depth research report on Global Biochemistry Analyzer industry that you would know the world's major regional market conditions of Biochemistry Analyzer industry, the main …
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UCSF Journal Club: Recent research by UCSF scientists

UCSF Journal Club: Recent research by UCSF scientists
Nature. 2014. 515(7526):264-268. How did humans evolve their particular mental abilities? What genetic changes make us distinct from other animals? A recent paper by Lui and colleagues provides a small step toward the answers to those questions. Humans …
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Stratified medicine is changing our concept of disease
So a better understanding of the inflammatory nature of asthma has led to new treatments and the recognition that patient selection is important, he says. Harrison believes there are probably three or four types of inflammation that lead to asthma …
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Bacteria's protein machinery may offer antibiotic target
A science journalist with a decade of experience as a reporter and editor. Before turning freelance in January 2013, he spent four years as the chief news editor at Nature magazine, where he ran the global news team and shepherded numerous exclusives …
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Schreyer Scholar a rare undergraduate contributor to international journal

Schreyer Scholar a rare undergraduate contributor to international journal
The biochemistry and molecular biology major has been working as a part of a team since his sophomore year after reaching out to Song Tan, professor of biochemistry and molecular biology. “I read about the work his laboratory does and concluded that I …
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Herbal remedies help combat cold season
Hillary Dunkley, a freshman biochemistry student at Valencia, explained the home remedies she knows that stem from her Jamaican roots. "I make garlic tea to help boost the immune system and to help clear out extra mucus," Dunkley said. This tea is …
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New start-up SLAPS away competition
“The satin lining makes them pretty unique,” said senior biochemistry major Mary Bassey, a customer. “I also like the slouching shape of them that's different from some beanies that are more bowl-shaped.” Satin is more gentle on hair and leaves it …
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UA Student's Research Makes Front Page of Biochemistry Journal

UA Student's Research Makes Front Page of Biochemistry Journal
A UA Honors College graduate had her research published May 14, 2014 in “Biochemistry,” a journal that publishes research from biochemistry, biophysical chemistry and molecular biology, according to the Biochemistry website. Kelsey A. Sparks, a UA …
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Research on bacterial mechanism may lead to new antibiotic development
The researchers — including Kathleen Ryan, a campus associate professor of plant and microbiology, and Peter Chien, a professor of biochemistry and molecular biology at the University of Massachusetts Amherst — were able to pinpoint the molecular …
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Key worker in protein synthesis factory revealed – Phys.org

In all living cells, DNA makes RNA and RNA makes proteins . The molecular factory that translates the information from RNA to proteins is called the 'ribosome' (shown in the accompanying movie). It is a large and …

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Different Biochemical Properties Explain Why Two Equivalent Gα …

From the Department of Biochemistry , Boston University School of Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts 02118.

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"Nature": Synthesis of structurally pure carbon nanotubes using

And here is how they pulled it off: the CNTs “assembled themselves”, as it were, out of tailor-made organic precursor molecules on a platinum surface, as reported by the researchers in the latest issue of the journal ” Nature “. … For some time, the Empa team working under the direction of Roman Fasel, Head of the Laboratory at Empa and Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Berne, has been investigating the subject of “how molecules can be …

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