MolecularCloud, with the help of Dr. Luis Vaschetto from South Dakota State University, has initiated a prize-winning quiz about Cereal Genomics with 5 multiple-choice questions. Click "learn more", take the Quiz below and leave your thoughts in the comment section. Participants ...Learn More

Q1: Which of the following is NOT a cereal crop? (1 mark)

  • Wheat
  • Rice
  • Maize
  • Soybean
  • Sorghum

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The reward-winning quiz for the topic "How much do you know about Gene Therapy?" has been taken by 34 participants, 2 among which with the first perfect score or the best comment have won the reward. Winners of the Genome Editing QuizCongratulations to our winners! Each of the ...Learn More

Q1: How much is the most expensive gene therapeutic drug in the world? (1 mark)

  • 1.9 million
  • 2.0 million
  • 2.1 million
  • 2.2 million

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Before we explored the differences between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells we should understand what nucleus is. Nucleus commonly exists in the center of a cell and controls the whole coordination and working capacity of it similar to human brain. They also contains the genetic ...Learn More

Gene and cell therapy holds amazing and a vast range of treatments to treat the list of diseases from which people are suffering since long time. There are some evidences exist which shows the treatment of Hemophilia, Cancer, AIDS, Diabetes including others those has been treated ...Learn More

Yogurt forms when bacteria ferment the milk sugar, known as lactose, into lactic acid. The lactic acid makes the milk more acidic (lower pH) causing the proteins to coagulate. Figure 1. The nutrition facts for whole milk yogurt. The acidity of yogurt tends to be in the range of pH ...Learn More

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