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  • 02/21/12--22:05: Supplement
  • Hay to all sweeto

    In biotechnology fields so many supplements are being introduced which are very useful and fruitful for those who have feeble bodies,and feel great weakness,so for such people food supplement are very necessary for them but must be used under the Dr consultation,for this must be join Jim regularly and use balanced diet.

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  • 02/22/12--07:58: policlonal antibodies
  • Hi,
    I have a problem with rabbits, because recently I produced policlonal antibodies in rabbit and after that he has a strange bone or marrow illness. If it possible that high amount of antibodies in rabbit's blood may affect the animals?
    I will be gratefull for any help in that case.

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  • 03/06/12--21:13: Butt augmentation .
  • Hi,
    Everyone
    There are lots of surgical procedure for body to be in shape, butt augmentation is one of them,Butt implants can give you an unnatural feeling and often times be very uncomfortable. Fat grafting is perfect to give you natural results so your bottom can move and feel 100% natural. While implants might be necessary for patients that need a dramatic augmentation,

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  • 03/06/12--21:36: xanthan gum
  • hello guys'
    i m working on my final year project,,,stuck at the final stage of it.
    can any1 tell me how to precipitate a polysaccharide(xanthan gum) from a fermentation media effectively !!!

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    Hey all,
    I am a relatively new user to this forum. I joined because this was an excellent opportunity to gain opinions from other students, professionals like me around the world. I live in India, doing my fourth year in M.Sc(Integrated) - Biotechnology, and I am looking for opportunities where I can do a Summer Internship/Training program for May-June,2012. Though, I have come across many Companies and Institutes offering the same, I would like some additional Info, especially about centres, where you needn't pay.
    I would be really greatful, if you can post your opinions here. Smile

    Take care.

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  • 03/14/12--11:59: What is a cis-gene?
  • Hello!

    I have a assignment in my school were i have to explain the expressions trans-gene and cis-gene. I already explained what trans-gene means in my assignment but i don't know about cis-gene. I already looked it up at the Internet and in my biotech-books with no luck. Please help!

    Best regards,

    Morten Jarlak
    Email: netrom94@live.dk

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    Well, I'm using catechin for my polyphenol oxidase assay to determine the substrate specificity. But the problem is when I try to use 50mM above, the concentration seems to be very high which the spectrophotometer shows more than 4.500. What should I do?? I couldn find any info from the website or journals. Should I dilute it? And I should dilute the substrate only or together with the enzyme? Please help me ! Thanks a lot !!Sad

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  • 03/21/12--09:44: Cost of bottled media
  • Hi, Does anyone know what had caused the recent 3x price increase for bottled media? I used to be to buy a 500 ml DMEM for ~$6.00 last year. Now it is ~$18.00. This happens when our research dollars shrinks.


    SOOO Frustrating!

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    Hello!

    I am writing a paper on the genetically modified papaya (55-1), engineered to contain a coat protein gene of the papaya ringspot virus.. As far as I understand, this gene is used for cross protection (use of a mild virus variety to protect the plant against damage caused by the more severe variety of the same virus)

    Here is my question! I have to explain the process of how it was engineered, and so far found information that describes how a agrobacterium tumefaciens plasmid was used, containing the coat protein and a few antibiotic selectable markers. However, in the same paragraph, I also read that the plasmid DNA was added to the papaya genome by "particle bombardment" - which would be the use of a gene gun.

    So, is it possible to use both methods or am I misunderstanding the process?

    Also, could someone explain to me what exactly promotors and cassettes are and how they are used to engineer the plant?


    Thank you so much!

    Lotte

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    Hello

    I'v been reading a few papers about the (relatively) newly discovered phylum Acidobacterium. From what iv read it seems like any organism from this phylum would be a safe bet for antibiotic production. Large genome, soil dwelling organism, production of PKS. In spite of its being hard to culture. Yet i can’t find any papers on subjects. Im tempted to have a go my self. Big Grin

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  • 03/28/12--08:11: Please answer
  • Hi ,

    I have an exam and need answers for the following two questions about the quality control of biopharmaceutical drugs:

    1- Explain why biological drugs are considered to differ from synthetic chemical drugs.

    2- Discuss reasons why the specification and analysis of biological drugs differs from that for chemical drugs

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    Warm Greetings from CELLZYME BIOTECH
    We are very happy to announce the launch of our start-up Biotech company in Coimbatore. CELLZYME BIOTECH is a start-up biotech company launched by NRI`s with rich experience in global biotech industry with the aim to achieve the excellence through innovation. We have well equipped labs for molecular biology and genetic engineering. Further R&D activities on Biosensors and Bioanalytics will resume shortly

    Core Competencies of CELLZYME BIOTECH

    Engineering Strains for Tech Transfer
    Biosensors & Biomimetic Sensors
    Biotechnology Consulting
    Bioprocess Scale-up
    Contract Research & Manufacturing

    Apart from our commercial activities, CELLZYME BIOTECH provides hands on training to students pursuing biotechnology courses with colleges/institutions across the country. We would like to ignite the research oriented minds to build an outstanding career in the fast growing area of biotechnology research

    Eligibility : M.Sc/B.Tech/M.Tech/M.Phil in Biotechnology/Biochemistry/Microbiology

    Interested please contact us through cellzymebiotech@gmail.com

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    I am a senior in high school and am currently taking a medical biotechnology course in Hawaii. My medical biotechnology class is currently doing a project in which I am required to conduct a brief interview via e-mail or whichever method you prefer with a researcher or scientist currently employed by a Biotech company. I was wondering if there was anybody currently working at at a biotech company who could be available (I can completely work around your time) for the brief interview. The questions are fairly basic and will just ask about different aspects of working in the labs/skills needed/ working environments etc.
    If you have any questions please feel free to contact me at calebdavidson@hotmail.com
    Thank you

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  • 04/11/12--02:00: ms in biotechnology
  • could anyone suggest me which university to opt for among the following to pursue my master's in biotechnology.
    1. san jose state university, california
    2. california state university, fresno
    3. california state university, channel islands
    4. university of texas, san antonio
    thank you

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    Hello friends ! i have done B.Tech with Biotechnology.i want to learn all important techniques & need some industrial experience to update myself as per to get placed in a well reputed company.what should i do next for better carrier in biotechnology.i think in india biotechnology is really suffering a lot...plz tell me the solution....Sad

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  • 04/17/12--15:29: Minimum valuable speed
  • I would like to get some algorithmic wisdom on alignment/matching techniques (my field is computer science, not biology, so please allow for a degree of ignorance!) I'm trying to assess whether an algorithm developed for another purpose might be useful in biotech. Here is my complicated multi-part question, and thanks in advance for your patience!

    Background: The basic task is finding out where, in a very large search string, reasonably good alignments for a target string occur. A bio-example might be, you're looking for 2kbp target in in a multi-gig genome, and you want to find any places where that target string occurs, even if it's pretty badly corrupted. (I'm assuming that actually aligning the target and the match will be a separate task executed by one of the standard heavyweight algorithms.) The result is the location of substrings that are less than some given edit-distance from the target string.

    My first question is, how fast does FINDING the location of such matches (as opposed to actually aligning them) have to be, in order to be useful to biology problems? Answers either in big-Oh notation or clock time would be helpful. For example, if you had a 5Kbp target, and you wanted to find out everywhere something similar appears in a set of genomes, how fast would an algorithm need to be to be useful?

    My second question is, in practical biological applications, over what kind of ranges of goodness/badness are matches interesting, and over what size ranges? E.g., what might be the biggest edit differences that are still of interest in real-world biology problems? Do biologists want only very close matches, or are highly corrupted versions also of interest?

    The reason for asking is that I'm curious whether an algorithm originally developed for a different purpose might have biology applications. The algorithm has a one-time linear time pre-processing step, but thereafter is super-linear for actually finding matches. It's only applicable to larger targets, say, minimum of half-kilobyte up to megabytes. Settings for sensitivity, target-size, and the maximum degree of corruption matter somewhat, but as a vanilla example, on a single processing thread it takes about 3 seconds to find matches for a 5kbp target in the c. elegans genome. The same search against the human genome is about 10 minutes. It's parallelizes well though, so within reason, you can just divide by the number of cores you apply.

    If you got this far, thanks for reading, and any answers or comments would be greatly appreciated!

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    Online Training on Pharmacovigilance and Clinical Data Management (Oracle Clinical)

    BioMed Informatics Medwin Hospitals a Multi Speciality Hospital with excellence in modern health care, having state of the art Infrastructure facilities is offering the Internships & Projects in our Ongoing Research areas, since the year of 2000.
    We are providing the online training on Pharmacovigilance and Clinical Data Management (Oracle Clinical) with Project. We will provide online access for the databases which is very much demand in present market. This is a very good opportunity to expose yourself to the practical and theoretical sessions.
    Following are the Course details:
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    Eligibility:
    MSc. (Biotech/MicroBiology/Chemistry/BioChemistry/Botany/Zoology/Bioinformatics /Genetics/Life sciences/Biomedical Genetics/Molecular Biosciences)
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    B.Pharmacy/M.Pharmacy
    MBBS, MD, BDS, BHMS, BUMS, BAMS, BPT

    Note: Our Students are employed in Satyam Computers, Quintiles, Novartis, Reliance Life Sciences, TCS, AstraZeneca-UK, Pioneer Corporate Services Inc-USA, Parexel International (India) Pvt Ltd and many more…

    Interested candidates are kindly requested to fill the enquiry form in the website http://www.biomedlifesciences.com for further information.

    For More Details: Please Contact
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    BioMed Informatics
    Medwin Hospitals B Block First Floor,
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    Website: http://www.biomedlifesciences.com

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    Online Training on Pharmacovigilance and Clinical Data Management (Oracle Clinical)

    BioMed Informatics Medwin Hospitals a Multi Speciality Hospital with excellence in modern health care, having state of the art Infrastructure facilities is offering the Internships & Projects in our Ongoing Research areas, since the year of 2000.
    We are providing the online training on Pharmacovigilance and Clinical Data Management (Oracle Clinical) with Project. We will provide online access for the databases which is very much demand in present market. This is a very good opportunity to expose yourself to the practical and theoretical sessions.
    Following are the Course details:
    • Online training in Pharmacovigilance with project (We will provide online access for the safety database)
    • Online training in Clinical data management (Oracle Clinical) with Project (We will provide online access for OC & RDC database)
    Certification:
    Certificate will be provided by the BioMed Informatics Medwin Hospitals a Multi Speciality Hospital, Hyderabad. Certificate would be awarded at the end of the program.

    Eligibility:
    MSc. (Biotech/MicroBiology/Chemistry/BioChemistry/Botany/Zoology/Bioinformatics /Genetics/Life sciences/Biomedical Genetics/Molecular Biosciences)
    B.Tech/M.Tech (Biotechnology/Industrial Biotechnology/Bioinformatics)
    B.Pharmacy/M.Pharmacy
    MBBS, MD, BDS, BHMS, BUMS, BAMS, BPT

    Note: Our Students are employed in Satyam Computers, Quintiles, Novartis, Reliance Life Sciences, TCS, AstraZeneca-UK, Pioneer Corporate Services Inc-USA, Parexel International (India) Pvt Ltd and many more…

    Interested candidates are kindly requested to fill the enquiry form in the website http://www.biomedlifesciences.com for further information.

    For More Details: Please Contact
    GVLP Subba Rao
    BioMed Informatics
    Medwin Hospitals B Block First Floor,
    Nampally, Hyderabad-500 001, India.
    Ph: +91-040-40209750/66821025
    Website: http://www.biomedlifesciences.com

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  • 04/25/12--15:31: Biotech web sites
  • I am developing a directory of websites related to biotechnology and would like to include blogs, personal websites, sites of research centers and groups or companies, provided they have content related to biotechnology.
    Anyone interested can contact me by email: contact@dnalist.web44.net
    Would also welcome some help and feedback on the categories and hierarchy.
    thank you

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