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Nutrient solution for the growth of eukariotic cells or bacteria. It can contain everything the cell needs for its growth (complete media) or can be incomplete (selective media) to select for cells th…
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The generation of ATP from the breakdown of organic molecules in the absence of oxygen.
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the agents which cause most of the toxicity of bacteria and are often highly toxic. Examples include the tetanus and the diptheria toxins.
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Embryos of chickens (*Gallus gallus domesticus*) are often used in genetic experimentation and testing. To a lesser extent, adult chickens can be used as a laboratory animal.
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sites in proteins or on DNA where other proteins or DNA can bind. Binding sites are usually conserved.
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The study of reptiles and amphibians, and a subarea of zoology.
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A methyl group can be added to a cytosine residue, usually one that neighbors a guanine (known as a CpG - cytosine-phosphate-guanine - site). This can affect chromatin and histone structures, as well …
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Covers both the Ebola virus and Ebola virus disease.
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Cells and organisms containing more than two paired (homologous) sets of chromosomes.
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the part of the nervous system consisting of the nerves and ganglia outside of the brain and spinal cord.
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Regions of DNA which do not code for a protein
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Is the process of covalently link two DNA ends. The process is usually done by the enzyme class of ligases.
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Hormone responsible for controlling the circadian rhythym.
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a disease caused by the bacterium Mycobacterium tuberculosis. It infects mainly the lungs, but can be found in other parts of the body. Untreated tuberculosis ends fatal.
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