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Human Nervous System

Alternate splicing in exon 47 of the Purkinje cell calcium channel generates a splice variant with a five base pair insert (ggcag) before the stop codon in rat. ...

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Eco Geographic And Agro Morphologic Diversity In Pakistani Rice Landrace Genotypes

Assessment of ago-morphological diversity among conserved accessions is helpful in germplasm management and crop improvement practices. ...

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The Metabolism Of Methionine

Homocysteine, a non-protein amino acid, is an intermediate in the metabolism of methionine and biosynthesis of cysteine. ...

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The Stem Cell Debate

The story for the year 1997 was the cloning controversy, the public debate over cloning human beings. ...

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Major Source Of Macro And Micronutrients

Rice (Oryza sativa (2n = 24) is a monocot plant and belongs to the Poaceae family and Oryzoidea subfamily. ...

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Plant Diversity And Angiosperms In India

Angiosperms or flowering plants (also called Angiospermae, Magnoliophyta, or Anthophyta) are the most diverse group of the plant kingdom, comprising of about 2,50,000 species in 350 families (Kenrick, 1999) ...

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Handling Storage And Disposal Of Samples

In the histology laboratory all specimens arrive fixed in 10% buffered formalin. ...

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De Schakelaars Van De Celcyclus Exit

Om als organisme te kunnen groeien is er celdeling nodig. ...

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A Serious Circulatory Disorder

Septic Shock is a serious circulatory disorder often characterised by a whole- body inflammatory state and the systemic response to infection (Titheradge, 1998), with the most common cause being the contamination of blood with bacteria ...

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Haemoglobinopathies

Haemoglobinopathies or inherited disorders of haemoglobin are the most common monogenic disorders in humans. ...

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Biological Control

Following numerous discussions of the risks associated with biological control, (see Howarth, 1991; Simberloff & Stiling 1996; Thomas & Willis 1998) literature was reviewed in order to investigate whether biological control was an environmentally friendly or a risky business. ...

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Anaemia

Anaemia is a syndrome characterised by a lack of healthy red blood cells or haemoglobin deficiency in the red blood cells, resulting in inadequate oxygen supply to the tissues. ...

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Gi Anandamide Cells

We have previously shown that anandamide and its metabolically stable analog, methanandamide, produces vasorelaxation via the production of nitric oxide in rabbit aortic ring preparations, acting on a Gi-coupled, endothelial non-CB1/CB2 putative “anandamide receptor” (Mukhopadhyay et al., 2002)... ...

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The Treatment Of Cancer

According to the statistics presented by the World Health Organization (WHO), with around 7.4 million deaths (around 13% of the total death) in 2004, cancer is the leading cause of death throughout the world (WHO, 2009). ...

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The Function Of The Human Body

Exercise represents one the highest levels of extreme stresses to which the body can be exposed. ...

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Food Production Per Capita

The world having a turn down in food production per capita and the growing global demand for food make it essential to produce solution for maximum consumption of available resources and improve crops to triumph over this problem. ...

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Degradation Of Tce And Edb

Clean water is essential to the life of all organisms ...

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Atherosclerosis Heart Coronary

To understand the basis of this paper, the pathophysiology of atherosclerosis, it is vital to appreciate the basic physiology of the heart, circulatory system, and most importantly, the coronary arteries... ...

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Ecology Biosphere

Ecology, driven from the Greek root oikos and logos, is the study of the interaction between the living organism and the environment. ...

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Renal Function Test

Kidney is a part of group of organs that constitute the urinary tract system which consists of two kidneys, two ureters, bladder and urethra. ...

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Plant Pollinator Interactions

Very little work has been done on the evolution of floral colour diversity, outside of Europe and the Middle East. ...

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Stem Cell Biology

Stem cells are generally defined as cells possessing the following 3 characteristics: ...

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Monochlorobenzene

Monochloobenzene (C6H5Cl) is used mainly as a solvent in pesticide formulations, as a degreasing agent and as an intermediate in the synthesis of other halogenated organic compounds. ...

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Biochemical And Hormonal Changes In Childhood Obesity

The prevalence of chronic or non communicable disease is escalating much more rapidly in developing countries than in industrialized countries. ...

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Implications For The Development Of Sainsburys In The Future

The retail industry is one of the oldest industrial sectors of UK having its roots based in the 19th century. ...

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Sodium Potassium And Urea Measurement

Electrolytes are solutions that conduct electricity. ...

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Ecology And The Biosphere

Ecology is the scientific study of the interactions between organisms and the environment. ...

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La Diabetes

La diabetes es una enfermedad producida por una alteración en el metabolismo, esta alteración se debe a dos razones ...

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