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Uri-Trak 120 Urine Analyzer for Sale at Block Scientific

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The economical Uri-Trak 120 urine analyzer from Stanbio is now available at Block Scientific. Equipped with state-of-the-art electronics, this urine analyzer offers the accuracy and consistency required for urine chemistry testing.

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BeadBug Microtube Homogenizer – Features and Technical Specifications

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With a solid and ergonomic design, BeadBug Microtube Homogenizer has a capacity to mix up to 3 tubes simultaneously.Read the other features and technical specifications of this high energy benchtop homogenizer here.

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Awareness Technology STAT FAX 2200 Incubator/Shaker

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Compact and easy to operate Stat Fax 2200 Incubator Shaker from Awareness Technology is now available for sale. These equipment are CE and NRTL certified and have approximate dimensions of 11 x 12.5 x 5.75 in, 7.2 lbs.

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Myfuge Centrifuge Now Available at Competitive Prices

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A reliable laboratory equipment supplier based in New York, Block Scientific offers great weekly deals. This week, this reliable supplier is offering the advanced Myfuge Centrifuge at special pricing.

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The open access journal Genomics Data helps researchers make the most of their data

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In genomics, big data really is big. Genomic datasets quickly consume terabytes of computer storage with more information than we have the capacity to fully analyze or understand. As a result, scientists will often publish an article about only a small piece or particular aspect of their data, leaving the rest ripe for interpretation by others. In the words, ”Information isn’t the bottleneck for discovery, interpretation is.

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Climate change reverts to shape Asia’s future

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World is confronting with new challenges daily like drastic weather changes, rising seas and lack of food and drinking water for people, all this more is forcing many Asian governments to take proper steps in order to change the system. The major culprits responsible for global warming are rich nations. There are millions of people who have been devastated by floods and droughts due to the effect of Global Warming, as per the latest report by the United Nations scientific panel, they have asked the policymakers to form a new foundation for completely new climate treaty which is due next year.

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Social Networking in Science

http://blog.protogenist.com The basic premise of social networks — allowing users to build a custom group of friends and colleagues with whom you can choose to selectively interact — is its broad appeal. But this premise has, in fact, been around for many decades in science research. Contrary to the popular image of the lone scientist toiling away in an isolated lab, just about all scientific discovery is a collaborative effort that requires extensive networks of lab teams. Read more »
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Appearance of Lyme disease rash can help predict how bacteria spreads through body

http://blog.editeon.com Lyme disease is often evident by a rash on the skin, but infections do not always produce similar rashes. This can make it difficult to detect the disease early, when antibiotic treatment is most effective. In today’s issue of the Biophysical Journal, published by Elsevier’s Cell Press, researchers describe a new mathematical model that captures the interactions between disease-causing bacteria and the host immune response that affect the appearance of a rash and the spread of infection. Read more »
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Drugs that weaken traumatic memories show promise for PTSD treatment

http://blog.editeon.com Memories of traumatic events often last a lifetime because they are so difficult to treat through behavioral approaches. A preclinical study in mice published in the journal Cell reveals that drugs known as histone deacetylase inhibitors (HDACis) can enhance the brain’s ability to permanently replace old traumatic memories with new memories, opening promising avenues for the treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other anxiety disorders. Read more »
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Electrical brain stimulation may spark a person’s ‘will to persevere’

http://blog.editeon.com What gives some people the ability to persevere through difficult situations that others may find insurmountable? The answer is no doubt a complicated one that may be beyond our full understanding, but new research published online today in the Cell Press journal Neuron provides some intriguing insights. The study pinpoints a region of the brain that, when stimulated, causes an individual to anticipate a challenge and possess a strong motivation to overcome it. Read more »

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