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Genetic code – a divine writing

Ever wondered why your nose resembles your father’s nose? This is due to the inheritance of traits from generation to generation. Our modern understanding of how traits may be passed...

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Who discovered the cell?

Cells are the known to be the smallest units of life. Each cell is a universe on its own, containing a nucleus with genetic material, a membrane that protects the...

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ELISA: Introduction and types

Lab tests can help diagnose and treat a variety of health conditions, from minor ailments to life-threatening conditions. This emphasises the need to have quick, hassle-free, and accurate tests that...

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Mystery of Phosphorous cycle

Phosphorus is an essential element for life and is needed in large quantities by animals. It is present in all living cells and is required for the function of many...

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How To Write A Prescription?

Ever seen the sign of Rx on your medical prescription? In Roman mythology, Jupiter was believed to be the king of Roman Gods. The symbol Rx represents a prayer call...