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What Makes TB the World's Most Infectious Killer?
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Learn why tuberculosis, TB, is the world’s most infectious disease and how medical advancements are improving treatment.

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The Epigenetics of Your Cell Identity
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Do we really know what epigenetics is? In this talk the molecular biologist Gabriella Ficz offers a comprehensive look in all we need to know about epigenetics. She sheds light on the nature of this mechanism that from the moment we are conceived gets activated and defines the identity of our cells. In further elaborating on the matter, she presents groundbreaking research findings on the ways epigenetic mechanisms can result in the initiation of cancer.

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The Influence of CRISPR-Cas on Animal Breeding
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With gene editing techniques like CRIPSR-Cas it is now possible to efficiently introduce a desired trait into an animal population that we are breeding for. This can also contribute to animal welfare. Professor Martien Groenen expects gene editing will play an important role in animal breeding, but they are not a panacea.

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The Neurobiology of Stress at BNA 2019
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At the British Neuroscience Association's Festival of Neuroscience 2019, Professor Michael Meaney of McGill University, discusses the neurobiology of stress, maternal care and genetics and the mechanisms linking them.

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Evan Eichler: Comparative Genomics
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CARTA (Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny) at the University of California San Diego celebrates its 10th anniversary with a whirlwind tour of anthropogeny, the study of the origin of humans, by addressing these questions across multiple disciplines: What do we know for certain? What do we think we know? What do we need to know? How do we proceed?

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From Mice to Mouse Lemurs: A New Model Organism?
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Could the tiny mouse lemur be the next big thing in genetics research? Researchers from Stanford university certainly think so, and they are using citizen science to make their case - building a living genetic library of wild lemurs in the forests of Madagascar.

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Thermo Scientific Orbitrap Exploris 480 mass spectrometer – Extraordinary simplified
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Discover how the latest in instrument design delivers proven technology, advanced capabilities, a compact footprint and an intelligence-driven analytical framework to empower research scientists to more extensively deploy MS for rigorous, high-throughput protein identification, quantitation and structural characterization. See how genius just got simpler.

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Attend the Isotope fingerprints e-learning and go on a journey with the Isotope Hunter
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In this e-learning series you will get an introduction to Isotope Fingerprints and will learn more about: What are Isotope Fingerprints? How can we detect an Isotope Fingerprint? Where can Isotope Fingerprints be applied? What are examples of applications of Isotope Fingerprints for food integrity, environmental forensics, criminal forensics, doping control etc.

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Nexera Series UHPLC
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Incorporating artificial intelligence as Analytical Intelligence, utilizing the Internet of Things (IoT), and featuring the most advanced performance features available, Shimadzu’s compact Nexera UHPLC 40 series enables smarter, more efficient workflows, higher productivity, and maximum reliability.

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Understanding How Proteins Interact at the University of Texas at Dallas | Behind the Science, S3 Ep 11
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In #BehindtheScience, Jen meets Prithwijit Sarkar, Ph.D, a student in biological sciences at the D'Arcy Group in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Texas at Dallas. He shows her how he uses size-exclusion chromatography with multi-angle light scattering detection (SEC-MALS) to measure protein-protein interactions. He's looking for data such as where proteins bind, how many bind, how strongly they interact, and the effect of their interactions.

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