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Volume 5, Issue 1 (25 November 2017)

In-Focus                        

Genetic diversity and phylogenetic relationship in different genotypes of cotton for future breeding

Jehan Bakht, Marina Iqbal, Mohammad Shafi

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Health

Identification and Antimicrobial Susceptibility Profile of Bacterial Pathogens Isolated From Wound Infections in a Teaching Hospital, Peshawar, Pakistan

Ibrar Khan, Naveed Sarwar, Bashir Ahmad, Sadiq Azam, Noor Rehman

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Biopharmaceuticals

Phytochemical and biological screening of Berberis aristata

Muhammad Rizwan, Alamgir Khan, Hira Nasir, Aslam Javed, Syed Zawar Shah 


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Biotechnology

Potential impact of microbial consortia in biomining and bioleaching of commercial metals

Komal Ijaz, Javed Iqbal Wattoo, Basit Zeshan, Tanveer Majeed, Tanzeela Riaz, Sehar Khalid, Sahajahan Baig, Mushtaq A. Saleem

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Optimization of sulphuric acid pre-treatment of Acacia saw dust through box-bhenken design for cellulase production by B. Subtilis

Aasiya Anjum, Muhammad Irfan, Fouzia Tabbsum, Hafiz Abdullah Shakir, Javed Iqbal Qazi

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Seven Days in Life

04 - 10 December 2017Advancements in Life Sciences' Seven Days in Life (04 - 10 Dec 2017)

happening
 

1 (1)The world's smallest Mona Lisa
New techniques in DNA self-assembly allow researchers to create the largest to-date customizable patterns with nanometer precision on a budget. Find source

 

1 (3)Breakthrough of the Year!
On 21 December, the editors and news writers of Science will announce their selection of the most significant scientific breakthrough of 2017. Find source

 

controversies
 

1 (5)Nine researchers sue University of Rochester over sexual-harassment allegations
Lawsuit alleges that the institution mishandled complaints about cognitive scientist Florian Jaeger.  Find source


 

Research
 

1 (4)CRISPR-Cas9 technique targeting epigenetics reverses disease in mice
Scientists report a modified CRISPR-Cas9 technique that alters the activity, rather than the underlying sequence, of disease-associated genes. The researchers demonstrate that this technique can be used in mice to treat several different diseases. Find source

 

1 (2)A 100-fold leap to GigaDalton DNA nanotech
DNA bricks enable self-assembly of 3-D nanostructures from 10,000 unique components, advancing DNA nanotech from Mega to GigaDalton scale. Find source


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