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Published 2 Years Ago
What is Restriction Endonuclease?
Restriction enzymes have extremely high specificity. They recognize specific sites on double-stranded DNA and cut both strands to form sticky or blunt ends. Restriction enzymes can be used to dissect delicate DNA molecules, and are indispensable tools in

Published 2 Years Ago
Everything You Want to Learn About Restriction Enzymes
Restriction endonucleases (also known as restriction enzymes) were first found in bacteria, but later they were also found in some archaea. Usually, restriction endonucleases cut double-stranded DNA.

Published 2 Years Ago
Biochemical and Clinical Applications of Glucose Oxidase (GOD)
Glucose oxidase (GOD) is a typical oxidoreductase found in honey and molds such as Penicillium notatum. It can highly specifically catalyze the β-D-glucose reaction to generate gluconic acid, which has the function of converting glucose and removing oxyg

Published 3 Years Ago
The Relationship Between Probiotics and Human Health
At present, people have a deep understanding of the importance of macro-ecological balance, but micro-ecological balance is far from receiving the attention it deserves. Understanding the importance of the micro-ecological balance of the human body and

Published 3 Years Ago
Relationships Between Probiotics and Cancer
Cancer, or malignant tumor, has become one of the most common fatal diseases. There are about 11 million new cancer cases in the world every year, and new cancer cases in China account for 20.3% each year. It has always been a major public enemy

Published 3 Years Ago
Probiotics and Gynecology Health Care
There are more than 50 kinds of microorganisms (including aerobic bacteria and anaerobic bacteria) living in the vagina of healthy women, and it is also a microbial ecology. Aerobic bacteria include: vaginal bacillus (dominant), corynebacterium,

Published 3 Years Ago
Detailed Introduction to Probiotics and Prebiotics
It is generally believed that prebiotics provide "food" to probiotics, which can be decomposed and absorbed by beneficial bacteria in the intestines, and promote the growth and reproduction of beneficial bacteria. The familiar bifidus factor is a

Published 5 Years Ago
Future Medical Applications of Single-cell Sequencing in the Field of Cancer Tre
Advances in whole genome amplification and next-generation sequencing methods have enabled genomic data analysis of single cells. Meanwhile, these tec

Published 5 Years Ago
Great Advantages of PicBio SMRT Sequencing
Single Molecular Real-Time (SMRT) sequencing is one of several next-generation sequencing technologies that are currently in use. In the past, it has

Published 5 Years Ago
Viewpoints for Viral Genome Sequencing in Clinical and Biological Field
The application of viral genome sequencing and...

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