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Luis Diambra
In this paper we propose that translational rate is modulated by pairs of consecutive codons or bicodons.

https://www.mendeley.com/research/coding-translational-rates-hidden-genetic-code/

http://biorxiv.org/content/early/2016/07/08/062935
Wesam Ahmed Tawfik
For the first Time in Egypt: 2 workshops in 1 workshop for two days;30 and 31 July 2016
The first workshop is about practical preparation of magnetite nanopartiles and the other is a practical application of Nanobiophotonics in Quantum healing and bioresonance using EMAGO device.
Details of the first day is as follows:
Naqaa Nanotechnology Network is organizing a Practical Workshop in the Magnetite nanoparticles preparation for one day on Saturday 30 July from
10:30 am till 3:30pm which will contains lectures about different applications of magnetite nanoparticles and practical preparation of
Magnetite Nanoparticles
Important: Don't forget to get your lab coat with you for the practical part
Spaces will be limited to 15 participants, so we ask attendees to register ahead of time
The Second day about practical application of nanobiophotonics and will be presented and demonstrated by Engineer Tarek ElAfandy, Former IT manager at AUC
Fees is 300 EGP for Naqaa members
350 for others
150 USD for Foreigners
Fees include: Lectures on CD+ Practical part +Coffee break+ lunch break for 2 days+ Certificate.

Certificates will be accredited by NNN
For more information please call 01098915757, 01115831621
Those who would like to register:
Just send us an email at naqaafoundation@gmail.com containing:

1- Your full triple name as you want in Certificate

2- Your position

3-Your mobile

4-your email

Subject of email:Practical Workshops
email message: I want to attend

Workshop place:
5 شارع أحمد أمجد متفرع من شارع المنشية- ميدان الساعة - الطلبية - فيصل - جيزة
Bhakti Niskama Shanta
Vedāntic view of life: Reply to Gustavo Caetano-Anollés: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/19420889.2016.1160191
Mahendra Kumar Trivedi
Biofield treatment makes Anisole a stable solvent for organic synthesis & for various industrial applications..
Here i am sharing my research:
http://www.omicsonline.org/open-access/thermal-spectroscopic-and-chemical-characterization-of-biofield-energytreated-anisole-2161-0401-1000152.pdf
Paul Gagniuc
Apeksha Singh
Read this research this is really amazing : Impact of Biofield Treatment on Growth and Yieldof Lettuce and Tomato- http://trivediscience.com/publications/agriculture-publications/australian-journal-basic-applied-sciences/
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Gopal Nayak
charles Daniels
i am just starting biology in m classes and i want to keep my grades up,if there is anything you can tell me to keep excelling,thanks
Sjúrður Hammer
Sjúrður Hammer what kind of biology are you most interested in?
12th November
Satgurunathan Thangavelu
Satgurunathan Thangavelu in biology which field are you intrested...?
17th November
Kelly Hanson
Kelly Hanson Mitochondria are the powerhouse of the cell.
28th January
Bhakti Niskama Shanta
Bhakti Niskama Shanta (2015) Life and consciousness – The Vedāntic view,Communicative & Integrative Biology, 8:5, e1085138, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/19420889.2015.1085138
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Dr Vikash bhardwaj
Worldwide, there is an issue of irreproducibility in life science research. In the USA alone $28 billion per year spent on preclinical research is not reproducible. Within this opinion article, I provide a brief historical account of the discovery of the Watson-Crick DNA model and introduce another neglected model of DNA. This negligence may be one of the fundamental reasons behind irreproducibility in molecular biology research. checkout Villain of Molecular Biology: Why are we not reproducible in research?http://f1000research.com/articles/4-438/v1
Sjúrður Hammer
Sjúrður Hammer Very interesting article!
12th November
Paul Gagniuc
A 3D map of the islets of Langerhans in the human pancreas: https://www.mendeley.com/research/3d-map-islet-routes-throughout-healthy-human-pancreas-1/
Rohitha Dassanayake likes this.
enrique wulff
Mostly cumulated along the convergence zones of each of the five convergence gyres,
Plastic debris in the open ocean (doi:10.1073/pnas.1314705111) offers an idea with supportive info.
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Chris Aldrich
I've added Fisher's The Correlation between Relatives on the Supposition of Mendelian Inheritance (1918). From the godfather of statistics applied to all of science, one can see the beginnings of variance leading into statistical regression, but his conceptualization of inheritance has been highly influential for the last century (we're almost at the anniversary.)

As Smith & Moran state (1966): "Sir Ronald Fisher's 1918 paper on the correlations between relatives is one ofthe classical papers of scientific literature. A few papers had previously appeared giving the expected values of the correlations on very simple Mendelian assumptions. Fisher succeeded in dealing with all the more obvious complications such as complete or partial recessivity, multiple allelism, epistacy, linkage, and assortative mating, and indeed with combinations of these, in one single paper.
Since these complications are known or virtually certain to occur in real examples, this was a most important and necessary advance. Furthermore, this paper was published when Fisher was still only 28 years of age. The treatment suffers from a few minor defects. The model for assortative mating is rather a special one, though very ingenious; the argument dealing with linked genes is incomplete; and there is no mention of sex-linkage. But the first two of these defects are not easy to repair, and there had been no appreciable advance on Fisher's treatment
of these points in 47 years since his paper appeared."
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Sjúrður Hammer
Sjúrður Hammer thanks for the note on the submission! This is excactly what I hoped for everyone would do.
30th July
Chris Aldrich
Chris Aldrich added a document to this group
Susanne Duncker
I added Baum & Baum, 2014, BMC Biology, on a new theory of the evolution of eukaryontic cells. A must-read (and available free full text, I added the URL to the entry)!
Sjúrður Hammer and Upendra Kar like this.
Sjúrður Hammer
hopefully this might interest some of you. Please see my blog on plastic debris in seabirds "Research on marine plastics is revealing its spread up the food chain" http://wp.me/p2olFg-5j
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Wesam Ahmed Tawfik
Nakaa Nanotechnology Network NNN an affiliate of Naqaa Foundation for scientific Research, Technology and Development is organizing the third International Conference:

“Nanotechnology, Biotechnology and Spectroscopy: tools of success in the coming Era”

27 -29 March 2015 Cataract Pyramids 5 stars Resort Giza, Egypt
Please visit conference website for more details:

http://www.ises-nakaa-conf.webs.com/

Best Regards

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Nakaa Nanotechnology Network NNN
website: www.nakaanetwork.webs.com
Mobile:002 01115831621
Kathleen Farley
Kathleen Farley added a document to this group
Sjúrður Hammer
Sjúrður Hammer care to comment about what you think makes this a biology classic?
18th December
Sjúrður Hammer
If you are interested in birds can I invite you to join this group which is managed by the journals editor:

http://www.mendeley.com/groups/4965791/journal-of-avian-biology/overview/
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Kathleen Farley
Kathleen Farley I'd be interested!
9th November
Atanas G. Atanasov
Atanas G. Atanasov added a document to this group
Atanas G. Atanasov
Atanas G. Atanasov It is actually a review and not an article with new research results… covers some great biomedical research done in the last couple of decades.
4th September
Sjúrður Hammer
Sjúrður Hammer ok, cool!
4th September
Atanas G. Atanasov
Atanas G. Atanasov :-)
4th September

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