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Fighting Fire with Fire, a Bacteria Story
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Researchers in #South_Korea are developing a technique wherein predatory #bacteria capable of attacking other bacteria would be launched in order to tackle #bacterial_infections. This bacterium #Bdellovibrio_bacteriovorus, which is normally found in #soil, river water, and #gut, is an obligate #predator of #gram_negative_bacteria. Once this bacterium attacks its #prey, it feasts on the host and when it is done, it ruptures the prey’s #cell_membrane and exits, poised to attack the next bacterium. Importantly, though B. bacteriovorus can target over a hundred different bacterial #pathogens, it does not #harm #human_cells.@ https://www.omicsonline.org/journal-molecular-pathology-biochemistry.php
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Fighting Fire with Fire, a Bacteria Story
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Researchers in #South_Korea are developing a technique wherein predatory #bacteria capable of attacking other bacteria would be launched in order to tackle #bacterial_infections. This bacterium #Bdellovibrio_bacteriovorus, which is normally found in #soil, river water, and #gut, is an obligate #predator of #gram_negative_bacteria. Once this bacterium attacks its #prey, it feasts on the host and when it is done, it ruptures the prey’s #cell_membrane and exits, poised to attack the next bacterium. Importantly, though B. bacteriovorus can target over a hundred different bacterial #pathogens, it does not #harm #human_cells.@ https://www.omicsonline.org/journal-molecular-pathology-biochemistry.php
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Fighting Fire with Fire, a Bacteria Story
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Researchers in #South_Korea are developing a technique wherein predatory #bacteria capable of attacking other bacteria would be launched in order to tackle #bacterial_infections. This bacterium #Bdellovibrio_bacteriovorus, which is normally found in #soil, river water, and #gut, is an obligate #predator of #gram_negative_bacteria. Once this bacterium attacks its #prey, it feasts on the host and when it is done, it ruptures the prey’s #cell_membrane and exits, poised to attack the next bacterium. Importantly, though B. bacteriovorus can target over a hundred different bacterial #pathogens, it does not #harm #human_cells.@ https://www.omicsonline.org/journal-molecular-pathology-biochemistry.php
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The Man who coined the Term ‘God Particle’ Dies
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Leon Lederman, the #Nobel_Prize winning #physicist who coined the term "the God particle," (the #Higgs_boson) died on the 3rd of October, this year. Dr. #Leon_Lederman was the recipient of the Nobel Prize in #Physics in 1988 for the finding that #neutrinos are of more than one type.@ https://www.omicsonline.org/applied-computational-mathematics.php
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The Man who coined the Term ‘God Particle’ Dies
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Leon Lederman, the #Nobel_Prize winning #physicist who coined the term "the God particle," (the #Higgs_boson) died on the 3rd of October, this year. Dr. #Leon_Lederman was the recipient of the Nobel Prize in #Physics in 1988 for the finding that #neutrinos are of more than one type.@ https://www.omicsonline.org/applied-computational-mathematics.php
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The Man who coined the Term ‘God Particle’ Dies
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Leon Lederman, the #Nobel_Prize winning #physicist who coined the term "the God particle," (the #Higgs_boson) died on the 3rd of October, this year. Dr. #Leon_Lederman was the recipient of the Nobel Prize in #Physics in 1988 for the finding that #neutrinos are of more than one type.@ https://www.omicsonline.org/applied-computational-mathematics.php
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A 16-year-old has Discovered a Geometric Theory
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A 16-year-old girl, Tamar Barabi accidentally discovered the “hashtag#Three_Radii_Theorem” or “Tamar’s Theorem,” whereby- if three or more equal lines radiate from a single point and reach the periphery of a circle, the location of the point is the center of the circle, with the lines being the circle’s hashtag#radii.@ https://www.omicsonline.org/applied-computational-mathematics.php
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A 16-year-old has Discovered a Geometric Theory
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A 16-year-old girl, Tamar Barabi accidentally discovered the “hashtag#Three_Radii_Theorem” or “Tamar’s Theorem,” whereby- if three or more equal lines radiate from a single point and reach the periphery of a circle, the location of the point is the center of the circle, with the lines being the circle’s hashtag#radii.@ https://www.omicsonline.org/applied-computational-mathematics.php
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A Central Command for Plant Responses
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Plants constantly sense and respond to a variety of signals by coordinating their #biological_processes. These signals such as, day length and temperature not only influence the #growth_rate_of_plants, but also how well they can fend off #pathogens and #pests. This remarkable ability allows the plants to thrive in diverse local environments. But, the question remains, how do plants coordinate these signals to attain the correct balance between growth and defense? Is every single signal sensed and processed via a dedicated machinery? Or all the responses centrally sorted by a common machinery? Now it has been identified that central #signal_sorting_hub fine tunes #plant_growth and #immunity in line with the #seasonal_cues.@ https://www.omicsonline.org/journal-molecular-pathology-biochemistry.php
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A Central Command for Plant Responses
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Plants constantly sense and respond to a variety of signals by coordinating their #biological_processes. These signals such as, day length and temperature not only influence the #growth_rate_of_plants, but also how well they can fend off #pathogens and #pests. This remarkable ability allows the plants to thrive in diverse local environments. But, the question remains, how do plants coordinate these signals to attain the correct balance between growth and defense? Is every single signal sensed and processed via a dedicated machinery? Or all the responses centrally sorted by a common machinery? Now it has been identified that central #signal_sorting_hub fine tunes #plant_growth and #immunity in line with the #seasonal_cues.@ https://www.omicsonline.org/journal-molecular-pathology-biochemistry.php
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