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Can we see the cell cycle of the cells administered using IVIS-like device?

My question; Can we measure the cell cycle of the administered cells from outside the body, while the recipient is still alive ? Preferably, by using a device such as IVIS that can read fluorescent labelling in the body non-invasively. In this paper, cells incorporating a reporter called Fucci are transplanted into mice in which a […]

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what kind of bug do you thing this is? [duplicate]

Can y’all please tell me what kind of bug this is? I found it crawling on my wall and have no idea what it is

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what kind of bug do you thing this is? [duplicate]

Can y’all please tell me what kind of bug this is? I found it crawling on my wall and have no idea what it is

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what kind of bug do you thing this is?

Can y’all please tell me what kind of bug this is? I found it crawling on my wall and have no idea what it is

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What are precautions one should take if he has nasal polyps?

What are precautions one should take if he has nasal polyps ? What are things he/she should and not do.

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Lower optimum temperature of plant Catalase

Most resources give an optimum temperature of 35° C for Catalase. after performing the AP Catalase enzyme lab in school, using blended potatoes, our results gave a greater reaction rate at a room temperature of 25° C. we hypothesized that this is due to the fact that potatoes cannot regulate body temperature, so catalase works […]

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DNA of mixed races?

For dogs or humans we have mixed races. Whether it’s a dog that half puddle and half golden retriever or something else entirely. Another example are humans half white and half Indian. Genetically how do you determine or strictly speaking is it both species? Is a half white person and half Indian white or Indian?

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I am confused on this complicated genetics question in my genetics course: [closed]

A student whose hobby is fishing pulled a carp out of Cayuga Lake that was very unusual: it had no scales on its body. She decided to investigate whether this strange “nude” phenotype had a genetic basis. She obtained some inbred carp that were pure-breeding for the wild-type scale pattern in which the fish had […]

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Do beavers’ tails hurt from being dragged?

I understand that when beavers walk on land, they drag their tails behind them on the ground. Their tails look quite large and rather heavy, and the ground is often rough – does dragging the tail not cause abrasions and pain for the beaver?

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Why don’t sodium Voltage Gated Channels open during Repolarization?

During Depolarization the Sodium VGC open when they receive the Threshold Stimulus. But when Repolarization occurs there comes a point when the cell interior has exactly the the same potential that it had during Depolarization i.e.,60mV but the Sodium VGC remain closed. Am I getting something wrong? If no, please explain.