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Extraction and Characterization of Bacterial DNA

ABSTRACT: In this experiment, deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) was extracted from Micrococcus lysodeikticus, a bacteria with a high guanine and cytosine content. The standard method of chloroform-isoamyl alcohol extraction was used, and the DNA was solubilized in Tris buffer. The DNA was then quantified and qualified using UV spectrophotometry. The DNA was determined to have been […]

Preparation and Characterization of Melamine-Formaldehyde Crosslinked Acrylic Resins

Abstract This lab involves the synthesis of an acrylic polymer. The reagents of hydroxyethyl acrylate, styrene, and butyl acrylate were reacted in a semi-batch process The product was then stored for one week before being crosslinked with a melamine-formaldehyde resin and a catalyst. The resulting coating was applied to an Al panel, cured, and tested […]

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Molecular characterization of NS-1 with robust growth and enhanced phenotypic properties

Basic research for neurodegenerative disease largely relies on cell line studies, which also act as the primary platform for drug screening in translational medicine. Neuroscreen-1 (NS-1), is a sub-clone of PC12, a noradrenergic cell line that shows dopaminergic properties are widely used in neurobiology, neurotoxicology, and drug discovery studies [1,2]. 1,2 Differentiation of PC12 by […]

Review on Large-Area Synthesis of Graphene Films, Transfer process, Characterizations and Applications

Introduction Recently, much attention has turned to the structural and electronic properties of carbon-based materials. At present, especially, graphene is the hottest topics in condensed-matter physics and materials science. This is because graphene has not only unusual properties regarding extreme mechanical strength, thermal conductivity and 2-diemensional films, but also peculiar electronic characteristics such as Dirac-particles […]

Identification and characterization

Pancreatic cancer (PC) ranks as the fourth leading cause of cancer death in both men and women in the United States, leading to the loss of over 40,000 lives a year. PC is a highly heterogenous group of diseases, as malignancies can develop from both the endocrine and exocrine pancreas. Pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma (PDAC), an […]

Characterization of Gelatin A biopolymer for Drug Delivery

INTRODUCTION Drug Delivery has become an interesting in the present day bringing together Material Science Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Bio-medical Engineering and Pharm-ology together. This method helps to provide an effective way to use a compound to achieve a therapeutic effect in humans and animals. The technique involves modification of drug release profiles, absorption, distribution and […]

Synthesis of New Solid Forms of Bumetanide and Their Characterization

1. INTRODUCTION Bumetanide (BUM) is a loop diuretic of the sulfamyl category, (3-(butylamino)-4-phenoxy-5-sulfamoylbenzoic acid) most often used to treat heart failure. Most often used in the people whom high dose of furosemide or other diuretics are ineffective. The main differences between bumetanide and furosemide are the bioavailability and potency. Mostly 60 percent of furosemide is […]

Indirect and Direct Characterization on “To Kill A Mockingbird”

“The novel titled, To Kill A Mockingbird, by Harper Lee is a story set in the small town of Maycomb, Alabama, during the depression in the 1930s. The story is told by a little six-year-old girl, Jean Louise Finch nicknamed Scout. She is a rebellious girl who has tomboy tendencies. Scout lives with her elder […]

Characterization Of Amyloid Fibrils and Protective Effects Of Silibinin

Amyloid fibrils are abnormal, fibrous protein deposits that grow on the outer membrane of the cells. They are insoluble and do not function to provide structural support or motility in humans. Amyloids are known to show major impact on diseases like Alzheimer’s and type II diabetes which progress over a period of time and are […]

Extraction and Characterization of a Three Known Component Mixture

To identify each recovered fraction purity and identify FTIR spectroscopy was collected, TLC was conducted, and MP for benzoic acid was concluded. TLC was used to determine the purity of each component using an ideal eluent system that most efficiently separates every compound on a TLC plate. To determine the idea eluent five different mixtures […]

Testing and Applications of Composite Materials

Young’s modulus is an important giveaway of the material’s capabilities to withstand changes in the length of its specimen when a stress is applied along its length, whether it is compression or elongation. This valuable information is crucial in making decisions about which composite material is suitable for what application. Therefore, the combination of DIC […]

Extraction Characterization and Dye Adsorption Ability of Chitin From Crab Shell Watste

ABSTRACT Chitin is the second most abundant natural polysaccharide after cellulose and is present in the crustacean exoskeleton like crab, shrimp, insects and fungi. It is the main structural component of the exoskeletons of the animals like insects and crustaceans. Crab, shrimp, squilla and fish scale waste is ideal raw material for chitin production. The […]

Characterization of Rice Husk Varieties in Uganda for Biofuels

Uganda has registered recent successes in rice production making it a potential rice basket for Eastern Africa (Africa Rice Center, 2013). The remarkable rice boom in Uganda is attributed to good farming practices, premium market prices, and favorable policies that have stimulated large private investment in the rice sector over the last few years. As […]

Electrochemical Characterization of Bovine Serum Albumin Adsorption

Blood-material interactions are critical for the performance and biocompatibility of biomedical devices implanted in thousands of patients every day. When an implant is introduced into the body, protein adsorption and activation of complement proteins occur on the foreign surface [1-3] and a series of interactions happen [4], firstly, water molecules reach the surface of the […]