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Questions relating to the separation of cells on the basis of physical properties.
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Questions regarding the expression of genetic inheritance in the form of diagrams, including but not limited to questions about drawing and interpreting Punnett Squares, Pedigree Diagrams and genetic …
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a neuotransmitter which is secreted by dopamine-secreting neurons. It is released in the brain by nerve cells to send signals over the synaptic gap to other nerve cells.
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ELISA stands for enyzme-linked immunosorbent assay. It is analytical method which binds an antigen to an antibody in a microreaction plate und uses a second, enzyme-linked antibody for the detection.
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Questions pertaining to the synthesis of DNA from RNA.
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The study of the adaptability of the nervous system. It includes changes in neural pathways and synapses due to changes in behavior (e.g., learning), environment (e.g., stressors) and bodily injury (e…
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a naturally occurring, not proteinogenic alpha-amino acid.
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a radiological tool used to create images of an organism of higher quality than x-rays.
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Promoter from the bateriophage T7. The promoter is highly specific for the T7-RNA polymerase and widely used in the field of molecular biology as promoter for controlled gene expression.
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Tag for questions related to interaction between two different species living in close physical association, typically to the advantage of both.
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Small genus of bacteria that lack cell walls that is a common source of contamination. There are also some pathogenically relevant species.
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Tag for use on questions related to the regular natural change that occurs in the uterus and ovaries that make pregnancy possible.
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Biopigment, present in the skin and hair of humans.
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differently spliced versions of a protein which are different in length. Isoforms can have different regulation and functions.