China's "foreign garbage" ban has been implemented for one year. Where is the plastic garbage in the West
Time of Update: 2021-05-01
Now that one year has passed, where did all these foreign garbage go?75em; word-wrap: break-word ;">According to a report on the BBC website on January 1, in recent years, the UK has relied heavily on China to dispose of plastic waste.
New human genome data set reflects genetic differences among 25 human species
Time of Update: 2021-03-18
However, the reference sequence does not represent a single individual, but a human gene complex that cannot accurately reflect the complexity of human genetic variation.
The new reference data set reflects 64 human genomes, representing 25 different human populations around the world.
The genomes of ancient Alaskans reveal clues to human settlement in the Americas
Time of Update: 2021-03-07
a human baby genome sequence that lived in Alaska about 11,500 years ago.
This is the first direct genomic evidence that all Native American ancestors date back to the same source population during a single migration event in the late 1980s.
Bedbug genealogy: Every 500,000 years, a new bug loves human blood
Time of Update: 2021-02-01
But new research suggests that the two bed bugs separated 47 million years ago, meaning they both switched independently to human blood.
Protocols for Cofactor Isolation of Nitrogenase
Time of Update: 2021-01-03
A method involving the acid treatment of the MoFe protein and the subsequent extraction of FeMoco into an organic solvent was developed over 30 years ago and has been improved upon ever since.
Time of Update: 2020-12-19
If a radioimmunoassay, a protein binding method, or a colorimetric assay for the assessment of a steroid level is replaced by high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), the cost for the determination of a steroid level increases at least initially because one must acquire the new HPLC equipment.
Detection of Total Proteins on Western Blots of 2-D Polyacrylamide Gels
Time of Update: 2020-12-03
However, in recent years, a variety of methods have been developed that make it possible to identify and characterize proteins separated by 2-DE.
Historical Overview of Transposable Element Research
Time of Update: 2020-11-20
This chapter traces the historical roots of transposable element research, describing the scientists, their observations, and interpretations as they sought to understand the enigma of transposable elements.
True nuclear biosequencing: Framework for the Earth's Biogenomics Project
Time of Update: 2020-09-12
At the closing forum of the BioGenomics Conference (BioGenomics 2017), co-sponsored by the Smithsonian's Biodiversity Genomics Project Team and China Huada Genetics, a team of scientists from the University of California, Davis genomics scientist Harris Levin and Huada genetic biologist Zhang Guojie joined forces to launch another project similar to the Human Genome Project (HGP), the Earth Biogenomics Project (EBP), to sequence all the real nuclear organisms on Earth.
Scientists have discovered the oldest mushroom fossil to date
Time of Update: 2020-09-10
Scientists have discovered the oldest mushroom fossil to date prove that the origin of mushrooms is no later than the early Cretaceous period, pushing the origin of mushrooms forward at least 25 milli
For the sake of the child's clean air, we have to get
Time of Update: 2020-09-02
when the sandstorm was severe, the whole city was surrounded by the vast yellow sand, as if the next second the desert would open its doors and drive straight in.
Genetically modified lean pigs are 24% less fat than normal pigs
Time of Update: 2020-08-21
Zhao Jianguo's research team, using a new generation of gene editing tool CRISPR, inserted a gene called disconity protein 1 (UCP1) into pig cells to reduce fat deposition, increase lean meat, and eventually produce 24% less pig fat than normal pigs.
Academician Tian Bo died at the age of 88 after medical treatment was ineffective
Time of Update: 2020-08-05
his fellow academician Gao Fu once commented: "Mr. Tian's field of study is large enough to be daunting, but Mr. Tian has done it seriously." " our province's new diagnosis of HIV-infected people and patients, the first negative growth of 38-year-old Li Wen (pseudonym), to Hangzhou's footsteps more than once lighter.
Guo Shuqing: The U.S. escalating trade frictions won't solve any problems
Time of Update: 2020-08-01
In fact, China's economic component has shown an increasingly obvious diversification characteristics, the state-owned economy in the proportion of GDP continued to decline, private and foreign investment can enter almost all industries, all areas.
Do you want to extend your life by 40%, explain the source and development of small molecular peptides
Time of Update: 2019-08-12
Because our human body is composed of multiple cells, that is to say, every human body has its own organs Let me give you a simple example For example, if the heart is not good, it's the heart failure cells If the liver is faulty, it's the liver cells Can we solve the problem from the root of the disease!