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Anjali Singh

Spectrophotometer
Laboratory TechniquesProtocolsScience
April 5, 2021

The Nuclear Overhauser Effect

Introduction The nuclear overhauser effect is defined as a change in the integrated intensity of one spin when the equilibrium population of another spin is perturbed by saturation or inversion. So, it is the transfer of nuclear spin polarization from one spin-active nucleus to another. However, the nuclei being irradiated…
academic career
CareerConduct
March 22, 2021

10 Networking Tips To Kickstart Your Graduate Career

The best tips to make your job hunting process easy-peasy A simple meaning of networking is communication. It’s something that we do in our daily lives, with new and existing friends, as well as family members. However, when it comes to “professional networking” - we want to grow connections for…
2 Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
Laboratory TechniquesProtocolsScience
March 15, 2021

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

Magnetic resonance imaging is an advanced, non-invasive diagnostic medical imaging technique that provides three-dimensional images of organs. The discovery of MRI involves a series of successful events that started in 1946 when Felix Bolch proposed the new magnetic properties of the atomic nucleus. He explained the behavior of atoms at…
Nucleic Acid Quantification Protocols
Laboratory TechniquesScience
October 12, 2020

The Spiral Structure of Chromosome

A Chromosome is an organized package of DNA, located inside the nucleus. The structure of a chromosome involves six essential parts, that include: Pellicle and matrix, chromonemata, chromomere, centromere, secondary constriction, and satellite body. So, chromonemata are the spiral structures that are embedded in the matrix of the chromosome and…
Cytology
Laboratory TechniquesScience
October 2, 2020

The Cytogenetics of Fungi

As an Amazon Associate, ConductScience Inc. earns revenue from qualifying purchases Fungi is a group of eukaryotic organisms that include a myriad of single and multicellular organisms that are parasitic or saprophytic in nature. Over 1.5 million species of fungus have been discovered and they are found in a range…
Nucleic Acid Quantification Protocols
Laboratory Techniques
September 28, 2020

Human Sex Chromosomes and X-inactivation

Chromosomes are thread-like structures, located in the nucleus, which carry hereditary information in the form of genes. Structurally, it is composed of ‘packaging proteins and DNA molecules’, and it is represented in different shapes and numbers which vary among different living organisms. For example, bacteria have circular chromosomes, whereas organisms…
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