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Spatial and Temporal Colinearity - Hox Genes

Hedgehog Gradient

Hedgehog Signaling

Cyclopamine

Homeodomain

Factors Involved in Antigenic Shift

Genetic Material Exchange in Bacterial Conjugation

Understanding Bacterial Transformation

BLAST the Search Engine

Creation of a Transgenic Animal

Dilution Effect

Efflux Pump

Four-Gene DNA Vaccine

Evolution and molecular and bioinformatic - how similar are?

Haplotypes

HIV DNA Vaccine

The process by which HIV infects

How a Proto-Oncogene Becomes an Oncogene

Human Migration Hypotheses

Increased Receptor Sensitivity

Influenza Infection

LTP Mechanisms

Malarial Infection

Mass Spectrometry in biological scienes

Microarray Experiment explained

Inheritances of mitochondrial DNA

Mitochondrial Eve

How does Open Reading Frame operates?

p53 protects us from getting cancer!

What do we have in common with chimpanzees

Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNPs)

Dendrite and Axon

Synaptic Vesicles

What does stop cells from immortality? Story about telomeres

The Biofilm Lifecycle

The Cell Cycle: Cyclins and Checkpoints

Protein-Protein Interactions: evolutionary aspect

The Signal Transduction Pathway

What is difference between bacteria and archea?

How bunch of aminoacids organise to form functional protein?

How do we know how should medicine molecule look like?

Who does the killing for you? (inside of your body)

Brain's signaling: calcium concentrations waving

Coronary Angioplasty

Hemoglobin: Oxygen Binding

How does LDL enter the cell?

Photosynthesis: non-cyclic phosphorylation

Simple explanation of Citric acid Cycle

Citric Acid: detailed

Protein Structure Revealed: x-ray crystallography

Elisa Enzyme-Linked ImmunoabSorbant Assay

DNA, DNA - are you mine? Sequencing.

Wound: how body responses?

Supercoiled DNA: topoisomerase

What causes Diabetes?

The Circulatory System: anatomy and functions

Rous Sarcoma Virus (RSV) - classic experiment

Paramecium

Cell Division Live!

Zebrafish Heart Regeneration

Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor and VEGF receptors

Using p53 To Fight Cancer

DNA Mismatch could lead to mutation

The Genome's Guardian: p53

How not to have point mutatuons?

Cancer formation and Angiogenesis

DNA's replication mistakes

Angiogenesis during tumor formation

Retroviruses: from RNA to DNA

How enzymes work?

PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction)

Western Blot (Immunoblot)

Single Heart Muscle Cell

Neurite Outgrowth

Breast tumor cells vs. normal breast cells

Fusion of Endosome

Tubular Vesicles for Protein Transport

Bone marrow cell and Megakaryocyte

Process of Protein Glycosylation

The Tryptophan Operon

How HIV infects cells?

HIV: Biology and life cycle

Mitosis

Targeting HIV Replication

SDS - Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis: protein separation

Extracting energy form food: electron transport chain

Electron Transport Chain Revealed

Animated DNA Replication

Transcription: how it is done?

Inflamation: how we deal with it?

Gene Therapy Example

Fingerprinting

What is DNA Sequencing?

Deer fight

Gene Regulation in Plant Cells

How hormones make cell to do what it's supposed to do?

The Gamete Production

Crossing Over increases genetic variability

How Meiosis are formed

Mitosis Revealed

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