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When P.M. Bhargava's Biochemistry Lesson on Beef Threw ... - The Wire


The Wire
After Bhargava organised a controversial meeting at a research lab in Hyderabad in 1967, he was summoned by a committee set up by the Centre to be quizzed ...

Bangin' botany - Dayton City Paper


Dayton City Paper
Some parts of life are inescapable: death, taxes, and, apparently for this writer, bug sex. Hear me out—I went to professor Don Cipollini's lab with honorable intentions. I wanted a botany lesson, a family-friendly educational experience. But as it ...

UMMC toxicology lab helping identify opioid epidemic street drugs - Mississippi News Now


Mississippi News Now
The University of Mississippi Medical Center's analytical toxicology laboratory is often called upon when a state law enforcement agency is stumped about what deadly substances are laced into a street drug they have confiscated. It is the only hospital ...

Lister Lab

Crawley WA - Australia

Our research aims to understand how readout of the information encoded in the DNA of plant and animal genomes can be influenced by the epigenome, the extent to which epigenomic modifications such as DNA methylation can be altered by the environment and in disease states, and to develop molecular tools for precision epigenome engineering.

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Manufacturer and supplier of electric microbiological analyzers, the RNAssay salmonella detection kit and computer controlled freezers for cryobiology.

GW LAB
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Fine, Ultra-fine and Microwire from wide variety of metals and their alloys in flexible, non porous glass insulation. Unique wire characteristics ensure highest electrical stability in adverse environment. Custom design glass encapsulated components available from this wire.

Ferry Lab
United States

Focused on methane producing anaerobic microbes from the Archaea domain, and fundamental cellular processes. Includes overview of projects, publications and contacts for researchers at the State University, Pennsylvania.

Life-Lab
Brazil

Work on the response of Saccharomyces cerevisiae to stress conditions, in the presence of reactive oxygen, exposure to heavy metals and dehydration. Includes publications, collaborations, links, and contacts in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Grove Lab
United States

Working on protein-nucleic acid interactions, particularly architectural DNA-binding proteins in regulation of DNA-dependent activities. Includes profiles, publications and facilities at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge.

Chazin Lab
United States

Structure determination of calcium-binding proteins and nucleic acid fragments in solution by NMR and X-ray crystallography. Includes the Calcium-Binding Proteins Data Library at Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee.

Chemogenomics Lab
Spain

Development of biochemoinformatics tools and databases, the topographic analysis of molecular surfaces, and the design of protocols for screening enzymes and nuclear receptors. Includes projects and members in Barcelona, Spain.

Gray Lab,
United States

Research applying computational protein structure prediction methods in self-assembly and function. Introduces projects, people, publications and facilities at Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore.

Marcotte Lab
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Marcotte Lab combines computational/bioinformatics approaches with experimental approaches to study protein function and protein-protein interactions.

Beggs Lab.
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Research focused on premRNA splicing in yeast, Saccharomyces cerevisiae, in particular the protein-protein and protein-RNA interactions. Includes projects, abstracts, and contacts for members at University of Edinburgh, Scotland.