Epithelial Dna

19 Apr 19
Market Research Reports

Recent research and the current scenario as well as future market potential of Biopharmaceutical Oral Drug Delivery Market: Global Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment 2017-2027 Biopharmaceuticals are the drugs produced by using biotechnology. Biopharmaceutical products are normally protein (antibodies), nucleic acids (DNA, RNA or oligonucleotides). They are used for therapeutic and in-vivo diagnostic purpose. Biopharmaceutical […]

17 Apr 19
Dr. Eddy Bettermann MD

Source: What Exactly Are Lectins? The Best & Worst Lectin Sources by Dr. Jonathan Group You may have heard of gluten — and the dietary problems it causes — but have you heard of lectin? Known as an “antinutrient,” lectin is a type of plant-based protein commonly found in seeds, grains, legumes, and tubers, like potatoes. As an antinutrient, […]

15 Apr 19
All Things Thriller

  He may have left Poland because of persecution. It was tough to be Jewish in the latter part of the 19th Century, especially in Eastern Europe and its bordering areas of Central Europe. There were lots of tensions. To boil things down to the skeletal remains, a burgeoning movement of the moment was catching […]

15 Apr 19
Jerry Tackett

The fabled “fountain of youth” wasn’t just an intriguing physical location sought after by ancient explorers, but a concept that has captured the imaginations of ordinary mortals since the dawn of time. Some have pursued every avenue they could think of to help them live longer. But like so many things in life, scientists found […]

15 Apr 19
Paul Lassiter

The fabled “fountain of youth” wasn’t just an intriguing physical location sought after by ancient explorers, but a concept that has captured the imaginations of ordinary mortals since the dawn of time. Some have pursued every avenue they could think of to help them live longer. But like so many things in life, scientists found […]

15 Apr 19
Nia Pure Nature

The fabled “fountain of youth” wasn’t just an intriguing physical location sought after by ancient explorers, but a concept that has captured the imaginations of ordinary mortals since the dawn of time. Some have pursued every avenue they could think of to help them live longer. But like so many things in life, scientists found […]

14 Apr 19
Microbiology: Through My Eyes

According to Cycling News, famous cyclist Mark Cavendish is finally back in the game after a long bout with the Epstein Barr virus, EBV, also known as mononucleosis, mono, or the kissing disease. I’m not really into sports, much less cycling, but Cavendish is a pretty a big deal. He first became infected with the […]

14 Apr 19
Heart-Root Nutrition, LLC

Soy has become a ubiquitous ingredient in processed foods and it is especially prevalent in infant formula and as a protein alternative for those who don’t eat animal protein or are sensitive to dairy. Many people, including the medical establishment and health and nutrition associations, consider it a health food. Approximately 25% of infants in […]

12 Apr 19
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Railway/SSC JE 2019 Biology quiz for Phase I
Railway/SSC JE Biology quiz for  (Phase I), RRB NTPC, SSC various exams and other competitive exams.

11 Apr 19
The Anonymous Biochemist

So, I recognise that not everyone understands what biochemistry actually is – I definitely didn’t before I got into the degree! Also, not everyone knows advanced science to understand many of the things that I want to talk about in this blog. So in the next few posts, I want to explain the absolute basics […]

11 Apr 19
Credence Research

According to the latest report published by Credence Research, Inc. “Liquid Biopsy Market Growth, Future Prospects and Competitive Analysis, 2016-2022,” the liquid biopsy market was valued at USD 1,881.9 Mn in 2015, and is expected to reach USD 10,850.3 Mn by 2022, expanding at a CAGR of 24.7% from 2016 to 2022. Browse the full report Liquid Biopsy: Market Growth, […]

10 Apr 19
MariaSfakianaki

Related Articles FNDC3B circular RNA promotes the migration and invasion of gastric cancer cells via the regulation of E-cadherin and CD44 expression. J Cell Physiol. 2019 Apr 08;: Authors: Hong Y, Qin H, Li Y, Zhang Y, Zhuang X, Liu L, Lu K, Li L, Deng X, Liu F, Shi S, Liu G Abstract Circular […]

09 Apr 19
Clara's Blog

What is EBV?! Epstein-Barr is the virus that causes mononucleosis. Research has shown that EBV infection goes hand in hand with autoimmune diseases because the EBV infection actually increases the risk/plays a role in the development of systemic lupus erythematosus, multiple sclerosis, and other autoimmune illnesses. EBV has also been linked to the development of […]

09 Apr 19
EP Wellness Clinic

Dr. Alex Jimenez Discusses Microbiome and Methylation Research studies have demonstrated that our microbiome can help regulate our DNA methylation. The human microbiome is considered to be a counterpart to the human genome. In current research studies, the methylation of intestinal epithelial cells was determined to be considerably abnormal in germ-free mouse models when compared […]

09 Apr 19
Chiropractic Scientists • 915-850-0900

Dr. Alex Jimenez Discusses Microbiome and Methylation Research studies have demonstrated that our microbiome can help regulate our DNA methylation. The human microbiome is considered to be a counterpart to the human genome. In current research studies, the methylation of intestinal epithelial cells was determined to be considerably abnormal in germ-free mouse models when compared […]

09 Apr 19
El Paso's Injury Doctors® 915-850-0900

Dr. Alex Jimenez Discusses Microbiome and Methylation Research studies have demonstrated that our microbiome can help regulate our DNA methylation. The human microbiome is considered to be a counterpart to the human genome. In current research studies, the methylation of intestinal epithelial cells was determined to be considerably abnormal in germ-free mouse models when compared […]