The Mechanism of Double-Strand DNA Break Repair

DNA It is estimated that approx. ten double-strand breaks (DSBs) occurs each day per cell that are based on breaks during metaphase in the chromosome and chromatid early passage primary human or mouse fibroblasts (Lieber et al. 2010). DSB in the DNA can be caused by both endogenous and exogenous factors such as exposure to irradiation such as ultraviolet light (UV) and chemical agents. The checkpoint mechanisms have been evolved…

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Simple staining techniques for the identification of Bacterial cultures-Report

Abstract The identification of bacteria by morphology and other conventional methods are still used even though numerous high techniques are available. The recent study aims to explore conventional techniques for the identification of bacteria. Gram-staining can differentiate Gram-positive from Gram-negative bacteria and is regarded as the frequently used in-vitro technique for bacterial smears classification. The purpose of the recent study is to explore conventional techniques for identifying bacteria, ultimately leading…

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Solidworks in relation to thermal loading Lab report

INTRODUCTION  Naser Alnaser The experiment is all about Solidworks about thermal loading. In this experiment, the objective is to determine the current carrying capacity of a nichrome wire when subjected to forced convection and free convection and to determine the necessary current to melt a section of the nichrome wire itself. The laboratory experiment will be conducted by inputting preliminary amperage into the simulation system. The simulation is run, and…

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