Biological Science

Scope Note: Biological science is a branch of science which is defined as the study of life. It provides the fundamental study for biotechnology industry. Biological science has great impact on our lives and stands to have greater impact on them in the future.

  1. Effects of n-Octyl-β-D-Glucopyranoside on Human and Rat Erythrocyte Membrane Stability Against Hemolysis [Retrieved May 21, 2012]
  2. An Integrated Bioinformatics and Computational Biology Approach Identifies New BH3-Only Protein Candidates[Retrieved May 21, 2012]
  3. Comparative Physiology of the Respiratory System in the Animal Kingdom[Retrieved May 21, 2012]
  4. On the Role of G Protein-Coupled Receptors Oligomerization [Retrieved May 21, 2012]
  5. Effects of Roundup® Pesticide on the Stability of Human Erythrocyte Membranes and Micronuclei Frequency in Bone Marrow Cells of Swiss Mice [Retrieved May 21, 2012]
  6. Ion Channels of Mature Human Erythrocytes [Retrieved May 21, 2012]
  7. Influence of Ionic Liquid 1- butyl-3-methylimidazolium Chloride on the Soil Micro-Ecological System [Retrieved May 21, 2012]
  8. One-Step Protein Purification: Use of a Novel Epitope Tag for Highly Efficient Detection and Purification of Recombinant Proteins [Retrieved May 21, 2012]
  9. Bacillus licheniformis Bearing a High Cellulose-Degrading Activity, which was Isolated as a Heat-Resistant and Micro-Aerophilic Microorganism from Bovine Rumen [Retrieved May 21, 2012]
  10. Binding Properties of CD94 to Sulfated Glycans and 􀀁2,3-NeuAc-Containing Glycoproteins and Mutagenesis Analysis [Retrieved May 21, 2012]
  11. PCR Based Random Mutagenesis Approach for a Defined DNA Sequence Using the Mutagenic Potential of Oxidized Nucleotide Products [Retrieved May 21, 2012]
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