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    replicase complexes has been demonstrated in a number of plus-strand RNA viruses (1, 24), including the Bamboo mosaic virus (BaMV). In BaMV it has been reported that chloroplast phosphoglycerate kinase (PGK) (25) and HSP90 (Huang et al., unpublished data) are required for the efficient accumulation of BaMV; where as the identity of the additional factors associated within the BaMV RdRp complex, and the proteins involved in satBaMV RNA replication are not yet been acknowledged. This study identified a

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    A Pattern of Visionary Imagery in W. S. Merwin After quoting Blake's own words to establish his work as essentially "'Visionary,'" and then defining that term as the "view of the world . . . as it really is when it is seen by human consciousness at its greatest height and intensity" (143), Northrop Frye suggests an important but largely ignored point for criticism in his essay "Blake After Two Centuries" when he observes that works like Aldous Huxley's The Doors of Perception "seem to show that

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    The Contrasts between Hayden and Stevens

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    Both Robert Hayden’s poem “Those Winter Sundays” and Wallace Stevens’ poem “The Plain Sense of Things” describe different aspects of what defines house and home. Although a home can be a house, a house does not always mean a home. This difference, among other factors, correlates with how both poets play on the emotional undertones between a house full of people and a lone house in the woods. While Hayden seeks to describe how one’s house is a home because of a father’s love-filled action, Stevens

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    Ebola Virus

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    Introduction Ebola hemorrhagic fever or Ebola HF is a dreadful and fatal disease in both humans and nonhuman primates, and is caused by an infection of the Ebola virus. Along with the Marburg virus it is a member of the family Filoviridae. The Filoviridae family is negative-sense, or negative-strand, RNA viruses. Along with three other families of negative ssRNA viruses, Filoviridae is set apart as being a family of viruses containing genomes that are nonsegmented (genomes do not contain segments)

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    Dengue Fever

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    The Dengue Virus, although virtually unknown in the United States, is prevalent in Latin America and Asia. It is also known as the breakbone fever. Transmitted by mosquitoes, the Dengue Virus causes rashes, headaches, and muscle pain. The hemorrhagic form of the virus may often cause death in the patient. WHAT IS DENGUE FEVER? (& Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever) Dengue is a disease transmitted to humans by infected mosquitoes. The potentially fatal disease is caused by a group of four viruses that

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    The Ebola Virus

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    The Ebola Virus INTRODUCTION The most deadly killers on this earth are too small to see with the naked eye. These microscopic predators are viruses. In my report, I will answer many basic questions concerning one of the fastest killing viruses, the Ebola virus. Questions such as "How does it infect its victims?", "How are Ebola victims treated?", "How are Ebola outbreaks controlled?" and many others related to this deadly virus. GENERAL INFORMATION The Ebola virus is a member of the negative

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    Every cell in our body contains a copy of our genome. A human body contains over 20,000 genes and 3 billion letters of DNA. DNA consists of 2 strands, twisted into a double helix and held together by a simple pairing rule: A pairs with T and G pairs with C. It is our genes that shape who we are, as individuals and as a species. Genes also have profound effects on health and due to advancements in DNA sequencing, researchers have identified thousands of genes that affect our risk of disease. To understand

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    Student Presentation on Rotavirus

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    Student Presentation on Rotavirus Encounter Rotavirus is a wheel-shaped double stranded RNA virus. It is the most common cause of gastroenteritis in children between the ages of 6 months and 2 years. It is believed that by the age of 4 most children in the United States have experience this infection and have developed immunity to severe disease caused by rotavirus. Individuals that are known to be at increased risk with complication of dehydration due to this viral disease include malnourished

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    imaging in between. A sequence can then be constructed by computers based on the image and base type at each site4. Illumina can be used in whole genome sequencing, as well as the sequencing of methylation, DNA fragments, total RNA, mRNA, siRNA, etc. Small interfering RNA (siRNA) act in gene silencing and post-transcriptional regulation of gene express... ... middle of paper ... ...ta from sequence with high accuracy. It mostly used in signal-transduction study and allele-expression study and

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    farmers and government. Honey bees, according the research, pollinate “52 of the world’s 115 leading agricultural crops… These crops represent 35% of the human diet (Hunter et al., 2010, p.1) If honey bees are dying due to the Israeli Acute Paralysis Virus it will directly affect the amount of food human have readily available today. Either, there will be newer more efficient ways to stimulate pollination using technology or the bees themselves have to be worked with.... ... middle of paper ...

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