Biological Role of Heavy Water


Examining of water and its connection with its natural structure uncovers an energizing and promising region of concentrates that may lead us far in comprehe…
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HEAVY WATER


It is also known as deuterium oxide (D2O). It is form of water that contains large amount of hydrogen isotope deuterium (heavy hydrogen). Deuterium differs …
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Biofuels an introduction


Since  the  energy  crises  of  the  1970s,  many  countries  have  utilized  biomass  as  a  fuel  source  to expand  the  development  of  its  domestic  a…
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BIO-TOILETS an Introduction


Bio-toilets are based on bio-digester technology which was initially developed by Defence research &Development organization (DRDO) for defence personnel…
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Typhoid Vaccine


The World Health Organisation (WHO) has given its pre-qualification to Typbar Typhoid Conjugate Vaccine (TVC) developed by Hyderabad based Bharat Biotech …
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Vaccination | An introduction


Vaccination | An introduction
Vaccination is playing most important role in medical biology. Millions of lives are saved every year worldwide because of vaccination and these people are a…
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Working Human Skeletal Muscle developed in Laboratory


Scientists from  Duke University in North Carolina, US for first time have developed working human skeletal muscle from stem cells in the laboratory Ste…
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Somatic cell nuclear transfer (SCNT)


Somatic cell nuclear transfer (SCNT)
SCNT is a laboratory technique for creating an ovum with donor nucleus. In it, nucleus containing the organism’s DNA of somatic cell (a body cell other than …
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GREEN CHEMISTRY


Pharmaceuticals Industries are using toxic chemicals and extra difficult process which produces comparatively a large amount harmful substance. These harmful…
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Recent Advancements in Biopesticides


Pesticides are utilized to shield the products from destructive nuisances and to avert financial misfortunes. Utilization of chemicals in inordinate way can …
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Rotavac


ROTAVAC is a new rotavirus vaccine that consists of a strain of the virus that was isolated, manufactured and tested in India. The ROTAVAC trial represents a…
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SALIENT FEATURES OF ARCHEANS


Archaeans are one micron in length ranging to about one thousandth of a millimeter. Thanks to the discovery of electron microscopy as even a high powered l…
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ARCHAEBACTERIA


Archaebacteria differ from all other bacteria (which are sometimes called eubacteria). Archaebacteria are so named because biochemical evidence indicates tha…
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In Vitro Fertilization and Test tube baby


Britain’s fertility regulator Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) has allowed doctors to create country’s first ‘three-parent’ babies throug…
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Human Eggs Are now Developed in Lab


Human Eggs Are now Developed in Lab
Scientists from Britain and United States for first time have succeeded in growing human eggs in laboratory from earliest stages in ovarian tissue all way t…
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BIOPESTICIDES: AN INTRODUCTION


Pesticides are utilized to shield the products from destructive nuisances and to avert financial misfortunes. Utilization of chemicals in inordinate way can …
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History of Vaccines


Variolation is also called engrafting was introduced in England in 1721, in which dried pus was introduced from smallpox pustules into the skin of the patien…
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BLOWFLY (Calliphoridae)


BLOW FLIES ( calliphoridae) DON'T SWEAT  Blowflies have been created a cooling technique by drooling to a high art.  The fly's technique isn't …
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In Vitro Fertilization


INTRODUCTION  TO  IVF  The  term  in  vitro  means  in  glass or  in  artificial  conditions  and  IVF  refers  to  the  fact…
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