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  • Submit Work - Biology Online
    your work Submit your Work 1 Word s in article name title should be capitilized select a category Please first visit the category you wish to add your work to then click on submit your work button multi page will this article consist of more then one page Yes No your name your email article name enter the name of your article such as Helping Beneficial Fungi Work description summarise

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  • Bioinformatics Articles - Biology-Online.org - Biology Online
    Date 7 Mar 2010 Rating not rated New Software To Understand Viruses Computer scientists and biologists at the University of Southampton have used the combined power of computing resources within the institution to develop software which provides a better understanding of how viruses evolve Date 7 Mar 2010 Rating 5 00 Toward A Systems Biology Map Of Iron Metabolism Scientists have taken the first steps toward constructing a systems biology map of iron metabolism Date 7 Mar 2010 Rating not rated What It Might Take to Unravel the Lean Mean Machine That Is Cancer Scientists describe gene expression in a prostate cancer cell more sweeping more targeted and more complex than we could ever have imagined even five years ago Date 7 Mar 2010 Rating not rated New 3 D Structural Model Of Critical H1N1 Protein Developed In just two weeks from the time the first patient virus samples were made available Singapore scientists report an evolutionary analysis of a critical protein produced by the 2009 H1N1 influenza A virus strain Date 7 Mar 2010 Rating not rated Compendium Of Pancreatic Cancer Biomarkers Established As Strategic Approach To Early Detection A cancer scientist from Johns Hopkins has convinced an international group of colleagues to delay their race to find new cancer biomarkers Date 7 Mar 2010 Rating not rated New Computational Tool for Cancer Treatment Many human tumors express indoleamine 2 3 dioxygenase IDO an enzyme which mediates an immune escape in several cancer types Date 7 Mar 2010 Rating 4 00 Darwin Meets Facebook Social Networking Tool Lets Natural Historians Share Data Natural history plans to chart life on earth yet the discipline risks being buried under a landslide of painstakingly collected data that isn t always used Date 7 Mar 2010 Rating not rated Bioinformatics Sheds Light On Evolutionary Origin Of Rickettsia Virulence Genes Scientists have revealed that genes for a specific type of molecular secretion system in Rickettsia a structure that is linked in many cases to virulence have been conserved over many years of evolution Date 7 Mar 2010 Rating not rated Introductory Workbook on Perl for Biology Students Perl script is designed to visualize virtually the features of nucleotide strings In the present endeavour a few exercises are conceived to unravel the inherent features of DNA using perl script Date 30 Jan 2009 Rating 3 70 19 pages The MPI Bioinformatics Toolkit for protein sequence analysis The MPI Bioinformatics Toolkit is an interactive web service which offers access to a great variety of public and in house bioinformatics tools Date 28 Oct 2008 Rating 4 00 9 pages Poxvirus Bioinformatics Resource Center a comprehensive Poxviridae informational and analytical resource The Poxvirus Bioinformatics Resource Center has been established to provide informational and analytical resources to the scientific community to aid research directed at providing a better understanding of the Poxviridae family of viruses Date 28 Oct 2008 Rating 4 50 13 pages Construction of an open access database that integrates cross reference information from the transcriptome

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  • Biotechnology Articles - Biology Online
    seeds protect against parasites A breed of pea seeds has been created that contains antibodies against coccidiosis Date 15 Mar 2010 Rating 3 89 3 D cell culture Making cells feel right at home A team of scientists from Houston s Texas Medical Center this week unveiled a new technique for growing 3 D cell cultures a technological leap from the flat petri dish that could save millions of dollars in drug testing costs Date 15 Mar 2010 Rating 3 86 Cleveland researchers use natural and artificial sheaths to mend traumatic bone loss Inside the body s own stem cells switched on to close gap Date 15 Mar 2010 Rating 3 80 Asexual plant reproduction may seed new approach for agriculture Farmers throughout the world spend an estimated 36 billion a year to buy seeds for crops especially those with sought after traits such as hardiness and pest resistance Date 15 Mar 2010 Rating 3 67 The formula for making teeth will soon be found Each cusp of our teeth is regulated by genes which carefully control the development Date 15 Mar 2010 Rating 3 57 New imaging technology brings trace chemicals into focus A new versatile method to significantly improve the detection of trace chemicals important in such areas as national security human health and the environment Date 15 Mar 2010 Rating not rated Effort aims to spike breast cancer with new approach Many women live with breast cancer that does not respond to standard medical treatment a condition that researchers want to change by aggressively targeting specific genes Date 15 Mar 2010 Rating 4 83 Advance toward producing biofuels without stressing global food supply Scientists in California are reporting use of a first of its kind approach to craft genetically engineered microbes Date 27 May 2009 Rating 4

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  • Cell Biology Articles - Biology-Online.org - Biology Online
    properties Date 24 Mar 2010 Rating 4 43 Researchers Examine Mechanisms That Help Cancer Cells Proliferate A process that limits the number of times a cell divides works much differently than had been thought opening the door to potential new anticancer therapies Date 24 Mar 2010 Rating 4 00 Cells Send Dirty Laundry Home to Mom Understanding how aged and damaged mother cells manage to form new and undamaged daughter cells is one of the toughest riddles of ageing but scientists now know how yeast cells do it Date 24 Mar 2010 Rating 3 71 Newly Discovered Mechanism Allows Cells to Change State Cells are not static They can transform themselves over time but change can have dangerous implications Date 24 Mar 2010 Rating 4 20 How An Enzyme Tells Stem Cells Which Way To Divide Driving Miranda a protein in fruit flies crucial to switch a stem cell s fate is not as complex as biologists thought according to University of Oregon biochemists Date 24 Mar 2010 Rating 4 00 Cancer Research New Data On The Breakdown Of The KRas Protein KRas is one of the usual suspects in cancer Date 24 Mar 2010 Rating 3 00 The History Biochemistry and Potential of Quorum Sensing Bacteria have always been considered to act independently of a population Until recently cell to cell communication was never thought plausible in simple prokaryotes Date 14 Sep 2009 Rating 3 36 8 pages Artificial Golgi may provide new insight into key cell structure Scientists in New York and North Carolina are reporting assembly of the first functioning prototype of an artificial Golgi organelle Date 2 Sep 2009 Rating 3 74 Protein Forces Structure Bonds Stabilizing the Folded 3D Conformation This article discusses the peptide bond in the primary amino acid structure secondary structure as

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  • Cryobiology Articles - Biology-Online.org - Biology Online
    in fact specific cases in a more general model Date 14 Apr 2010 Rating not rated Why Some Insects Can Survive Freezing Huge X Ray Microscope Provides Clues Using a microscope the size of a football field researchers from The University of Western Ontario are studying why some insects can survive freezing while others cannot Date 14 Apr 2010 Rating 3 67 Antifreeze Proteins Can Stop Ice Melt New Study Finds The same antifreeze proteins that keep organisms from freezing in cold environments also can prevent ice from melting at warmer temperatures Date 14 Apr 2010 Rating not rated Why Some Antifreeze Proteins Inhibit Ice Growth Better Than Others Antifreeze or ice structuring proteins found in some fish insects plants fungi and bacteria attach to the surface of ice crystals to inhibit their growth and keep the host organism from freezing to death Date 14 Apr 2010 Rating 5 00 Scientists Isolate New Antifreeze Molecule in Alaska Beetle Scientists have identified a novel antifreeze molecule in a freeze tolerant Alaska beetle able to survive temperatures below minus 100 degrees Fahrenheit Date 14 Apr 2010 Rating 4 00 Complications after cryosurgery with new miniature cryoprobes in long hollow bones An animal trial In vitro studies show that new miniature cryoprobes are suitable for cryoablation of bone tissue Date 8 Mar 2009 Rating 5 00 9 pages Pollen Grain Study Yields New Picture Of Ice Age Based on analyses of deposits of pollen grains it is possible that all of Sweden was virtually free of ice for long periods during the latest ice age Date 26 Feb 2009 Rating 1 00 Bacteria For Better Ice Cream And Artificial Snow No Longer Depends On Trek To Poles The search for a type of bacteria that creates better ice cream and artificial snow has

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  • Ethnobiology - Biology Online
    Anxiety In a broad based review of studies focused on drugs that treat anxiety a Saint Louis University doctor found no evidence supporting the use of so called natural treatments in combating the effects of anxiety Date 4 May 2010 Rating not rated Herbal Medicines Can Be Lethal Pathologist Warns A University of Adelaide forensic pathologist has sounded a worldwide warning of the potential lethal dangers of herbal medicines if taken in large quantities injected or combined with prescription drugs Date 4 May 2010 Rating 5 00 Medicinal Plant Kava Safe And Effective In Reducing Anxiety Study Suggests Researchers at the University of Queensland in Australia have found a traditional extract of Kava a medicinal plant from the South Pacific to be safe and effective in reducing anxiety Date 4 May 2010 Rating not rated Animal Sacrifice In Brazilian Folk Religion Candomblé a religion practiced primarily in South America and inspired by older African beliefs makes much use of animal sacrifice Date 4 May 2010 Rating not rated Hepatoprotective effect of root bark of Oroxylum indicum on carbon tetrachloride CCl4 induced hepatotoxicity in experimental The present study was designed to investigate the effect of Oroxylum indicum against carbon tetrachloride CCl4 induced hepatotoxicity in mice and rats Date 8 Aug 2009 Rating 3 33 9 pages Ethnobotanical study of wild edible plants in Derashe and Kucha Districts South Ethiopia The study discussed ethnobotany of and threats to wild edible plants in Derashe and Kucha Districts South Ethiopia Date 30 Mar 2009 Rating not rated 12 pages Ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants used by people in Zegie Peninsula Northwestern Ethiopia An ethnobotanical study was conducted from October 2005 to June 2006 to investigate the uses of medicinal plants by people in Zegie Peninsula northwestern Ethiopia Date 30 Mar 2009 Rating 4 80

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  • Geobiology - Biology Online
    Doñana National Park in Andalusia 11 years ago with the biggest species extinction known to date Date 4 May 2010 Rating not rated Chemical Imaging Of Deep Sea Microorganisms May Help Explain Lingering Nitrogen Mystery Researchers at the California Institute of Technology Caltech have identified an unexpected metabolic ability within a symbiotic community of microorganisms that may help solve a lingering mystery about the world s nitrogen cycling budget Date 4 May 2010 Rating not rated Life May Extend Planet s Life Billion Year Life Extension For Earth Also Doubles Odds Of Finding Life On Other Planets Roughly a billion years from now the ever increasing radiation from the sun will have heated Earth into inhabitability Date 4 May 2010 Rating 5 00 Earliest Complex Organisms Fed By Absorbing Ocean Buffet Geobiologists Propose Research at Virginia Tech has shown that the oldest complex life forms living in nutrient rich oceans more than 540 million years ago likely fed by osmosis Date 4 May 2010 Rating not rated Quick Rebound From Marine Mass Extinction Event New Findings Show In 1980 Luis Alvarez and his collaborators stunned the world with their discovery that an asteroid impact 65 million years ago probably killed off the dinosaurs and much of the the world s living organisms Date 4 May 2010 Rating not rated Microbial and hydrothermal aspects of ferric oxyhydroxides and ferrosic hydroxides the example of Franklin Seamount Western Woodlark Basin Papua New Guinea This paper presents mineralogical chemical and morphological information on the oxyhydroxides from Franklin Seamount Date 9 Jul 2009 Rating 3 56 14 pages The effect of adsorbed lipid on pyrite oxidation under biotic conditions This investigation reports on the growth of this bacterial species on the pyrite surface and in the aqueous phase at a pH close to 2 as well as the role of adsorbed lipid in preventing pyrite dissolution Date 9 Jul 2009 Rating not rated 9 pages Influence of ancient glacial periods on the Andean fauna the case of the pampas cat Leopardus colocolo In this study the genetic structure of the pampas cat Leopardus colocolo a widely distributed felid was determined and linked to ancient climate fluctuations on the Andean region Date 8 Jul 2009 Rating 1 00 12 pages Deep Sea Algae Connect Ancient Climate Carbon Dioxide And Vegetation Assistant Professor Mark Pagani in the Department of Geology and Geophysics at Yale and his colleagues mapped the first detailed history of atmospheric carbon dioxide between 45 25 million years ago based on stable isotopes of carbon Date 5 Jul 2009 Rating not rated Carbon Dioxide Helped Ancient Earth Escape Deathly Deep Freeze The planet s present day greenhouse scourge carbon dioxide may have played a vital role in helping ancient Earth to escape from complete glaciation Date 5 Jul 2009 Rating not rated Cleaning The Atmosphere Of Carbon African Forests Out Of Balance Tropical forests hold more living biomass than any other terrestrial ecosystem Date 5 Jul 2009 Rating not rated Atmosphere Threatened By Nitrogen

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  • Immunobiology - Biology Online
    rated Caveolin 1 Is Critical Regulator of Innate Immunity A group led by Dr You Yang Zhou at the University of Illinois College of Medicine Chicago IL have discovered that caveolin 1 modulation of endothelial nitric oxide synthase eNOS activity regulates innate immunity and inflammation induced lung injury Date 12 May 2010 Rating 2 00 Understanding Plants Overactive Immune System Will Help Researchers Build Better Crops A plant s immune system protects the plant from harmful pathogens If the system overreacts to pathogens it can stunt plant growth and reduce seed production Date 12 May 2010 Rating not rated Mounting A Multi Layered Attack On Fungal Infections Unravelling a microbe s multilayer defence mechanisms could lead to effective new treatments for potentially lethal fungal infections in cancer patients and others whose natural immunity is weakened Date 12 May 2010 Rating 1 00 Vaccine To Prevent Urinary Tract Infections Shows Early Promise University of Michigan U M scientists have made an important step toward what could become the first vaccine in the U S to prevent urinary tract infections if the robust immunity achieved in mice can be reproduced in humans Date 12 May 2010 Rating 1 00 Key Molecular Step to Fighting Off Viruses Identified UT Southwestern Medical Center researchers have determined how a protein that normally latches onto molecules inside cells and marks them for destruction also gives life to the body s immune response against viruses Date 12 May 2010 Rating not rated Women Have A More Powerful Immune System Than Men Study Shows When it comes to immunity men may not have been dealt an equal hand Date 12 May 2010 Rating 4 50 Secrets of Immunologic Memory New Understanding of CD44 Receptor s Role in Immune Cell Survival Investigators at Sanford Burnham Medical Research Institute Sanford Burnham have discovered a new way the cell surface protein CD44 helps specific T helper Th1 cells develop immunologic memory Date 12 May 2010 Rating 5 00 Antimicrobials Target Pathogens On Fruits And Vegetables A novel food safety treatment tested by Agricultural Research Service ARS scientists could become an asset to the fast growing fresh cut produce industry Date 12 May 2010 Rating not rated An adenovirus prime plasmid boost strategy for induction of equipotent immune responses to two dengue virus serotypes This work lays the foundation for developing a single Ad vector encoding EDIIIs of all four DEN serotypes to evoke a balanced immune response against each one of them Date 20 Jul 2009 Rating not rated 8 pages Efficiency of the immunome protein interaction network increases during evolution A recent definition of a reference set of proteins essential for the human immunome combined with information about protein interaction networks for these proteins facilitates evolutionary study of this biological machinery Date 20 Jul 2009 Rating not rated 8 pages Of mice and humans how good are HLA transgenic mice as a model of human immune responses These data suggest that differences in immunodominance patterns might explain the incomplete response

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