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Dual RNA Sequencing: Study the Events as Bacteria Infecting the Host

RNA sequencing is a prevailing research tool for transcriptomics research, which uses next-generation sequencing technology to provide information about the transcription of an organism rapidly and accurately, revealing the gene expression of an organism. In recent years, the method has become very popular in biological sciences and medical research, and its use is gradually moving towards clinical applications.

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Sequencing-Based Methods and Techniques for Microbial Identification

Microbial detection and identification techniques have evolved over time, from conventional methods that are based heavily on culture, morphology, physiology, pathology, and biochemical testing, which are time-consuming and labour-intensive, to advanced mass spectrometry and genetic technologies, which have resulted in the recent surge in microbiology studies.

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Fungal Identification by Sequencing: LSU, SSU, and ITS Regions

The mycobiome plays a vital role in processes such as decomposition, symbiosis, and disease progression. Knowing the role of different fungi in these processes is critical to understanding microbial communities and their impacts on environment. In drug discovery, accurate fungal identification unlocks information about species and biochemical properties.

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Unsaturated Omega-3 and Omega-6 Fatty Acids

Unsaturated fatty acids are further classified into ω-6 series and ω-3 series according to the position and function of double bonds. Polyunsaturated fats are not only liquid at room temperature but also remain liquid when refrigerated or frozen. In contrast, monounsaturated fats, such as those found in olive oil, are liquid at room temperature but hardened when refrigerated.

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Food Sources and Effects of Carotenoids

The major carotenoids contain α-carotene, β-carotene, γ-carotene, lutein, zeaxanthin, β-cryptoxanthin, lycopene, etc. Among the three isomers of carotenoids, β-carotene has the highest content and γ-carotene the least. α, β, γ-carotene and β-cryptoxanthin can be decomposed to form vitamin A, while lutein, zeaxanthin and lycopene don't have the activity of vitamin A, so they cannot be decomposed to vitamin A.

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How Audio Quality Affects the Success of Live Events

Understanding the impact of sound can help individuals use the resources needed to engineer a successful event and meet their goals but dismissing its importance can lead to devastating effects. In this article, we break it down for you.

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Model Organisms to Verify Vaccine Against Human Diseases

model organisms permit faster evaluation of promising vaccine candidates at a lower cost and risk compared with humans.

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Research Progress on Application of Enzyme Technology in Food Processing

Enzyme technology usually refers to chemical reaction technology mainly through the catalytic conversion of enzymes in a limited reaction vessel. The application of enzyme technologies has been distributed to all walks of life, such as manufacturing, chemical industry, agricultural industry, environmental resource utilization and exploitation, medicine and other fields.

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A Quick Guide to Proteolytic Enzymes

Protease formulations are without a doubt one of the most fully functional dietary supplements in terms of providing significant health benefits. The clinical studies have documented numerous effective benefits and support for people facing a variety of health challenges.

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Classification and Function of Amylase

Amylase (AMS), also known as 1,4-α-D-glucanohydrolase, is a general term for enzyme that hydrolyze starch and glycogen. The main function of amylase is to break down starch to produce simple sugars such as fructose, maltose, glucose and dextrin. Amylases are also used in food and beverage processing and other industries.

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Abzyme, an Important Artificial Synthetic Enzyme

The development of artificial synthetic enzymes is still in the initial stage, and significant progress has been made after several years of effort. The artificial enzyme developed has a catalytic speed close to that of natural enzymes, which means that the speed of chemical reactions can be increased by more than 100 million times (natural enzymes are usually 10 billion to 1000 billion times).

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Classification and Function of Lactic Acid Probiotics

Probiotics are a type of beneficial bacteria in the gut and are now mostly used for gut conditioning and health care. However, people now know less about probiotics, and it is difficult for many people to distinguish whether probiotics are good or bad, and they do not know anything about probiotics. However, there are more than 400 types of probiotics in the human body, and the types of probiotics in our common products can even reach about ten. So, what are the differences between different probiotic strains?

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Laboratory Accessories are Essential in the World Of Medicine

The laboratory accessories are essential to ensure proper use and ensure patient safety.

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Panakeia: The First THC-Free Cannabis Plant

A Florida-based company, Oglesby Plants International successfully patented a cannabis crop variation that is known to be THC-free - the first of its kind to grow in the US.

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Four Major Trends in the Global Market for Plant Extracts in 2021

In such a dark moment, the world is experiencing a severe economic recession and a decline in global trade volume. Countries in the world must first ensure food safety and food reserve security. Under such scenario, what impact will it have on the nutrition and health industry? What is the future development trend of the industry? And what are the uncertain fluctuations?

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