Category: Microbiology

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Fluorescence microscopy

Amazing scientific advancements have been made in recent years, and the protocol for conducting a research project calls for a variety of tools, the microscope being one of the most...

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Antiviral drugs: Function and Types

Viral infections are extremely common and widespread infections caused by viruses. There are many varieties of viruses that causes types of viral diseases. For instance, the most common type of...

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Confocal Microscopy

A confocal laser scanning microscope (CLSM) has gained popularity in recent years due to its ability to provide clear images of specimens that, when viewed through a traditional microscope, would...

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The Structure of Antibody

The world of antibodies is fascinating. There are billions of them in our bodies, ready to attack any foreign substance that might harm us. They are essential to our health....

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The secret life of Honey fungus

. If someone asks you which is the largest living organism on the Earth? What will be your answer?  African Elephants or Giant Blue Whale? No, let us tell you...

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What are autoclave bags?

Have you ever been to a microbiology laboratory and observed a cylindrical sterilization instrument called an autoclave? The basic principle behind an autoclave is to expose the items to direct...

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How does our body fight pathogens?

The human body has an inbuilt mechanism to produce a response whenever an outside pathogen bearing an antigen enters the body. The antigen is anything that produces antibodies; it could...