Effect of Sumac on DNA: An Advanced Study

For a long period of time, R. By grinding dried fruits with salt, coriaria has been used as a spice and has also been commonly used in herbal medicine as a medicinal herb because of its athero-protective role and its ability to treat eye diseases, wounds, intestinal disorders, ringworms and skin disorders. Furthermore, R. Coriaria
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In many fields of medicine, biotechnology is an already proven method, but its implementation in the field of veterinary medicine has only begun to emerge with the potential to revolutionise veterinary practise. Therefore, this paper reviews existing biotechnology applications in veterinary medicine for diagnosis and treatment in Africa, including: molecular gene cloning, development of vaccines
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New aspects of safety mechanisms for the human mucosal cavity are under consideration. It has been proposed that mucosal cavities act as mucosal organs on the basis of their own data. Progress in developing thoughts about the identification and binding of glycoconjugates by mucosal organs is reflected. New mucosal organ players were suggested and identified.
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Escherichia coli isolated from Creek Road/Bonny Estuary using molecular techniques was described by this research. For the presence of E, one hundred and twenty (120) water samples were examined. Coli at Bonny Estuary/Creek Lane. For the isolation and detection of E, the Most Probable Number (MPN) process, the Eijkman test and molecular techniques were used.
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Poaceae is one of the economically important families of plants and includes grass-designated monocotyledonous flowering plants. Grasses are useful as fruit, fodder, essential oil sources, building materials, and medicine. The antifungal, antiradical and insecticidal activity of grass extracts, namely Paspalum conjugatum P.J.Bergius, Oplismenus compositus (L.) P.Beauv., Capillipedium huegelii (Hack.) A.Camus and Echinochloa colona (L.) Link,
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As a new hospital pathogen with resistance to several groups of antibiotics, Acinetobacter baumannii has emerged. Despite its clinical importance, scientific evidence on the microbiological and pharmacological aspects of this organism has been minimal until recently. The availability of complete genome sequences, bacterial genome manipulation molecular tools, and animal infection models allowed the identification of
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Alpha-L-rhamnosidase development from Aspergillus ochraceous MTCC -1810, A. MTCC Wentii-1901, A. MTCC Sydowii- 635, A. Using readily available agro-industrial residues such as corn cob, rice bran, sugarcane bagasse, wheat bran and citrus peel as substrate, foetidus MTCC-508 under solid-state fermentation. Among these, the best substrate was found to be sugarcane bagasse in combination with naringin
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The efficacy of Widal screening was tested in comparison with stool and blood cultures for the diagnosis of typhoid/paratyphoid fever in exposed subjects. A total of 1000 samples from 248 males and 252 females aged < 1 – 68 years (500 stools and 500 blood each) were examined. A broad screening test was performed on
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In order to increase the output of fungal enzymes, many techniques are used, including fermentation methods, medium optimization, strain improvements, etc. We define in this chapter an ideal situation based on a statistical approach to increase the output of phytase from heat stressed Rhizopus oryzae. The cost effective fermentation method is primarily based on medium
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Excessive morbidity and mortality in paediatrics are significant causes of invasive fungal infections (IFIs). There are different variables that can increase the risk in paediatrics of developing an IFI. The key indications for the administration of antifungal drugs in paediatrics are checked, as well as an update of the antifungal agent evidence and the antifungal
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