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  • DNA Sequencing
    on Jan 10, 2010 in DNA Sequencing
    DNA Sequencing is the process that determines the exact order of the three billion chemical building blocks known as bases and abbreviated as A, T, C and G. These three billion building blocks are responsible to make up the DNA of the twenty-four dif...
  • What is DNA? Importance of DNA
    on Jan 10, 2010 in DNA Importance of DNA
    Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA) is present in the chromosomes of all the humans. DNA is the vital biological material which helps to enable an individual’s identity. DNA plays a vital role in solving crime and also determines paternity. DNA is a type...
  • DNA Microarrays
    on Jan 10, 2010 in DNA Microarray
    A DNA microarray is a small stamp sized piece either of plastic or of glass on which the single strands of DNA fragments are attached in a microscopic array. It represents the genes of an organism. The word “array” usually refers to placing somet...
  • mRNA Labeling
    on Jan 10, 2010 in mRNA RNA
    mRNA refers to messenger RNA. The gene expression studies based on the microarrays enable the simultaneous investigation of the relative amount of messenger RNA for a number of genes with the help of the fluorescently labeled nucleic acid targets. Th...
  • About RNA and Structure of RNA
    on Dec 7, 2009 in RNA
    RNA is one of the nucleic acid. RNA stands for Ribose nucleic acid. RNA consists of long chains of nucleotide units. The nucleotides consist of the nitrogenous base, phosphate and ribose sugar. DNA and RNA are almost the same only there are some stru...
  • Replication in DNA & Steps involved in the replication of DNA
    on Dec 7, 2009 in DNA Replication DNA
    Have you ever wondered that how life continues in human beings? How do we all human beings share the same characteristic features? Yes, DNA is the answer to all your questions. The most significant mechanism for all the life cells that plays an impor...
  • Multifactorial Disorders
    on Oct 7, 2009 in Multifactorial Disorder
    It is studied by researchers that a genetic component is responsible for most of the diseases and conditions in human beings. Some disorders like the cystic fibrosis or the sickle cell anemia are a result of mutations in a single gene. However, the c...
  • Gene Mutation
    on Oct 7, 2009 in DNA Genes
    Any permanent change in the structure of DNA sequence which makes up a gene is called as gene mutation. The size of the mutation varies, it may either as small as a DNA or even large as a segment of the chromosome. The mutation of the Gene occurs in...
  • Escherichia coli
    on Oct 7, 2009 in microbiology
    Escherichia coli is abbreviated, as E. coli is a diverse and a large group of bacteria. It is generally found in the lower intestine of the warm-blooded animals. The E. coli strains are harmless normally, but there are some strains like the serotype...
  • Antisense DNA
    on Oct 7, 2009 in Antisense DNA microbiology DNA
    The DNA molecule in any living organism is generally comprised of 2 strands; one is the sense strand and the other being the antisense strand. In a double DNA strand, one of the strand codes for RNA, which is later on translated in to proteins. This...
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