Laboratories

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    Biological Laboratories

    LabBBPM home page

    Investigation of hydrogen metabolism and nitrogen fixation in phototrophic microorganisms, development and application of phototrophic microorganisms controlled cultivation for research and technology

    Anne Simon’s Turnip Crinkle Virus Laboratory Web Page

    Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, USA. This Lab developed the turnip crinkle virus (TCV) system as a model to study sequences and structures involved in replication and recombination of RNA templates and the interactions between the virus, host and parasitic subviral RNAs that lead to symptom production or host resistance.

    Berkowitz Lab home page

    MRI of retinal oxygenation and angiogenesis.

    Bioinformatics and Gene Network Research Group

    “Bioinformatics and Gene Network Research Group” in Zhejiang University is located in a beautiful city, Hangzhou. We have committed ourselves in the research, development of applied and theoretical gene engineering technology under the direction of Prof. Debao Li and Dr. Haitao Dong. Our interests focus on EST and micro-array technology.

    Biomedical Lab Center, inc

    Best laboratory equipment provider.

    Biomedical Magnetic Resonance Laboratory

    The Biomedical Magnetic Resonance Laboratory (BMRL) provides facilities, equipment and training for research on nuclear magnetic resonance imaging, spectroscopy, and relaxometry, and for their applications in biology, medicine, and other fields as a part of the Department of Medical Information Sciences and the College of Medicine.

    Biophysics Lab

    Biophysics Lab, URCRM, Chelyabinskradioecology, radiation dose reconstruction, Techa river, EURT, Sr-90, Cs-137, metabolism, holebody counter (SICH), EPR, TLD, Monte Carlo simulation of gamma and beta radiation, radionuclides transport in underground water; all about radioecology in Urals region.

    Bioscience Engineering at the University of Cambridge

    The BioScience Engineering Group at Cambridge University is led by Professor Nigel Slater. The group consists of a core of fifteen researchers from a broad range of backgrounds spanning the life and physical sciences who conduct interdisciplinary research combining biochemistry, cell biology and virology with polymer chemistry and chemical engineering.

    Agroalimentary industry

    Laboratory of Analysis of Agro-alimentary Products, waters, surfaces and atmospheres.

    Birdlab

    Adrian Bird Molecular Biology Lab HomePage.


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