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The article hallmarks of cancer gives the six hallmarks of cancer that all cells acquire before they become cancerous. However these hallmarks of cancer have to be simplified to be understood. These hallmarks of cancer emphasis on the progress cancer as attained such as maintaining and regulating their energy and metabolism.
Published by Moleen Njunge 64 months ago in Biology | +0 votes | 0 comments
This is a basically an article about mutations. Mutations are basically changes in the DNA or other genetic material. It is one of the major processes responsible for genetic variation. If it wasn’t for mutations, every human would be almost exactly the same as every other human. Mutations actually contribute to uniqueness of an individual and helps contribute to evolution as well.
Published by Jaskawal Mann 64 months ago in Biology | +0 votes | 0 comments
This is a basic breakdown and description of how the human immune system works in response to an invading pathogen to clear it effectively. This shows the differences between the innate and adaptive immune response and why each of these aspects is necessary for the survival of the human host.
Published by Matthew Dorst 64 months ago in Biology | +0 votes | 0 comments
This article goes into the different depts in which coral reefs use remote sening in their environment. This is very important aspect in corals because, it can lead to the advancement in monitering, conserving, and forecasting the health in coral reefs which is very important since corals are decreasing in numbers very drastically. Coral reefs usually span over a large geographic range and they host complex and diverse communities of species. Worldwide, coral reefs face threats such as coral bl...
Published by Mario Cortes Garcia 64 months ago in Biology | +1 votes | 0 comments
Humans are very complex organisms and it takes tons of energy from cells to move, jump, and the normal daily activities that we do everyday. This article will show the steps and the intermediates that are involved to turn a glucose molecule into adenine triphosphate, the "energy" molecule all cells use.
Published by Joseph Madrid 64 months ago in Biology | +0 votes | 0 comments
How can we tell if protein X and Y are interacting within a cell, keeping in mind that a cell can carry over a vast number of different proteins? A technique has been devised to do just so. The two-hybrid test takes advantage of the Gal4 protein, which is composed of a DNA-binding domain and an activation domain. The result is an activated reporter gene only when protein X and Y have interacted, confirming their interaction.
Published by Michael Villegas 64 months ago in Biology | +1 votes | 0 comments
RNA is one of the essential molecules needed for life. DNA is made into RNA which then makes proteins. RNA play an active role in protein synthesis, gene expression and cell communication. There are different kinds of RNA in eukaryotes and prokaryotes and each of them have specific functions that protect genetic integrity.
Published by Amanpreet Kaur 64 months ago in Biology | +0 votes | 0 comments
Diseases are caused mutations that occur in our body. There are different kinds of mutations that are discovered by researchers, which helps us figure out the causes for different diseases that may affect our body. These mutations are caused by DNA being altered and changed. Furthermore, it also involves altering the amino acid sequence of the genes. specifically the base pairs, amino acids, or codons.
Published by Wendy Ching 64 months ago in Biology | +0 votes | 0 comments
Whole-genome sequencing is the main approach to determining the sequence of massive segments of DNA into smaller pieces. The Traditional Whole-Genome Shotgun Sequencing is similar to Next-Generation Whole-Genome Shotgun Sequencing, but the next-generation technique is much more efficient in producing substantial amounts of sequencing reactions simultaneously. In this article, you will be able to understand how the two approaches to whole-genome sequencing in a more simpler term and which one is...
Published by Darcy Tang 64 months ago in Biology | +0 votes | 0 comments
This article explains the necessity of DNA polymerase for its ability to rapidly reproduce DNA. Given the extremely large sizes of the genomes of different organisms, these organisms must possess an enzyme that is capable of both rapidly and faithfully reproducing their DNA so that they may continue to survive.
Published by Chris Gilbertson 64 months ago in Biology | +0 votes | 0 comments
Most of us know a few group classifications for the animals and insects that inhabit our planet, but we don’t realize that they are so many. This article will discuss the group classification of fish, reptiles, and insects. Rather than just making a boring list, the article will be written in an informative however humorous tone.
Published by carol roach 65 months ago in Biology | +5 votes | 5 comments
Genetic engineering, although tagged along with many ethical issues, can be beneficial for society to move forward. It is particularly important for agriculture and nutrition purposes. Today, genetic engineering already has a good stronghold on most of our dinner plates and will continue to do so. Through the examples of genetic engineering in foods to improve commercial value and increase nutritional value, it is viewed that agricultural biotechnology is moving the industry forward.
Published by Saema A 65 months ago in Biology | +0 votes | 0 comments
DNA replication is an important process in a living organism because every cell in the living body consists of the same genetic material. As a result, this process needs to be very precise in order to produce the correct type of protein for the body to function properly. The wonders of DNA replication within living organisms is an extremely complex process, but it is briefly summarized here.
Published by Darcy Tang 65 months ago in Biology | +0 votes | 0 comments
The article is a review of how I prepared for molecular biology and how others can learn to do better in that class. It has the details of what material is covered in the class and what is necessary for a student that wants to succeed in a class like that.
Published by Brett Sliakis 65 months ago in Biology | +0 votes | 0 comments
A Great Blue Heron habitat must satisfy certain requirements for the birds to be able to live there comfortably. These criteria are met by several countries and are satisfied in different parts on the United States. In some of these regions, heron colonies are protected. The tall, blue bird is easily recognizable. They are found throughout the Pacific Northwest.
Published by Sharifa Sanderson 65 months ago in Biology | +0 votes | 0 comments
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