Dr. Klaus Reichert: Ein halbiertes Antlitz (1991)

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Vortrag von Dr. med. Klaus Reichert: "Ein halbiertes Antlitz", 1991.
www.medizin-philosophie.de

MicrobeWorld Video Ep. 11 - The Maloy Lab

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MicrobeWorld visits The Maloy Lab at San Diego State University to talk with Professor Stanley Maloy and three grad students, Dave Matthews, Gerardo Perez and Veronica Casas, about their research. The Maloy Lab focuses on the genetics and physiology of Salmonella and bacteriophage that infect Salmonella. Maloy and his students use a combination of genetic, molecular, biochemical, and genomic approaches to answer questions about the uptake of DNA from bacteriophage, transfer of genes...

ALFRED_earwax_migration_mashup

submitted by: haseena

Allele frequency data for the G/A SNP in the coding region of ABCC11 gene in pie-charts displayed on google earth. This SNP determines the earwax type. The human migration pattern image was superimposed on the pie-chart pattern.

The PDZ Domain as a Complex Adaptive System

submitted by: akourakine
Specific protein associations define the wiring of protein interaction networks and thus control the organization and functioning of the cell as a whole. Peptide recognition by PDZ and other protein interaction domains represents one of the best-studied classes of specific protein associations. However, a mechanistic understanding of the relationship between selectivity and promiscuity commonly observed in the interactions mediated by peptide recognition modules as well as its functional...
Authors: Alexei Kurakin, Andrzej Swistowski, Susan c. Wu, Dale e. Bredesen

Brian Malow - Live at the Koshland

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MicrobeWorld and the Koshland Science Museum present a video podcast of comedian Brian Malow that includes excerpts from his science comedy act on infectious disease and an interview about the geek mystique of science.

Microblogology

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Six Science bloggers talk about why they blog, the role of blogging in science, feedback they've received, and the greatest microbiological discovery in the past decade. Bloggers featured include: John Logsdon Sex, Genes & Evolution http://www.johnlogsdon.blogspot.com Jonathan Badger T. Taxus http://ttaxus.blogspot.com Yersinia http://www.myspace.com/lenore138 Moselio Schaechter Small Things Considered http://schechter.asmblog.org Tara Smith Aetiology...