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Volume 4, Issue 3 (25 May 2017)

In-Focus                       

Mitochondrial genetic characterization of Gujar population living in the Northwest areas of Pakistan

Inam Ullah, Habib Ahmad, Brian E. Hemphill, Muhammad Shahid Nadeem, Muhammad Tariq, Sadia Tabassum

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Microbiology

Characterization of cypermethrin degrading bacteria: A hidden micro flora for biogeochemical cycling of xenobiotics

Farkhanda Jabeen, Mukhtar Ahmed, Fayyaz Ahmed, Muhammad Bilal Sarwar, Sidra Akhtar, Ahmad Ali Shahid

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Health

Association patterns of Atrial Fibrillation with symptoms of metabolic syndrome

 

Saima Sharif, Tasnim Farasat, Saira Rafaqat, Shagufta Naz, Farkhanda Manzoor, Muhammad Saqib 


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Molecular Biology

Diabetes and Hepatitis C: Two sides of a coin

Muhammad Atif, Sana Arshad, Khursheed Javaid, Maaz ul Hassan, Fayyaz Ahmad, Muhammad Imran, Muhammad Imran, Arshad Jamal, Zareen Fatima, Ahmed Bilal Waqar

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Biotechnology

Seven Days in Life

15 – 21 May 2017Advancements in Life Sciences' Seven Days in Life (15 - 21 May 2017)

happening
 

ukUK political parties promise science funding boost
Tim Farron (Liberal Democrat), Theresa May (Conservative), and Jeremy Corbyn (Labour) have all presented manifestos that pledge to raise UK R&D spending.The announcements came in party manifestos unveiled ahead of national elections in June.
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bloodLab-grown blood stem cells produced at last
After 20 years of trying, scientists have transformed mature cells into primordial blood cells that regenerate themselves and the components of blood.  
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controversies
 

raceThere's no such thing as a 'pure race' in the world
Using revolutionary new methods to analyze DNA and the isotopes found in bones and teeth, scientists are exposing the tangled roots of peoples around the world.
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Research
 

riceRice plant engineered with a ‘tunable’ immune system could fight multiple diseases at once
Plant biologist Xinnian Dong at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, has found a master regulator' of plant defense. This one regulator can control both bacterial and fungal pathogens. 
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childrenTraffic-related air pollution linked to DNA damage in children
Children and teens exposed to high levels of traffic-related air pollution have evidence of a specific type of DNA damage called telomere shortening, reports a new study.
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