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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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Non-visible light with a higher energy and shorter wavelength than violet light, UV is notable for its ability to cause DNA damage.
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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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a molecular biology technique used to study protein-DNA interactions in the natural context of the cell. It is performed by cross-linking proteins and DNA, c…
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The science of humanity. In a biological sense anthropology focusses on humans and non-human primates, and their evolutionary, biological, and demographic attributes.
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the process in which living organism synthesize molecules and substances they need. Examples would be the photosynthesis where in the end glucose is synthesized or melanin as the resul…
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Gene annotation refers to the characterization of a gene's exon-intron-UTR structure.
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The study of reptiles and amphibians, and a subarea of zoology.
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compounds that induce hallucinations and often other psychotic phenomena. They include dissociatives (NMDA antagonists and kappa opioid agonists) and psychedelics (LSD and psilocybin…
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The locations at which two bones make contact. They may be movable or unmovable.
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an extremely diverse genome region in vertebrates that is responsible for antigen presentation. There are two main classes, MHC I and MHC II.
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A method to purify small amounts of bacterial plasmids from the cells to get purified DNA at the end.