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Why do cells need ATP? - role of ATP in cell division

During the life cycle of a cell, each cell divides to form two genetically identical cells. This process is called mitosis. Just before the cell enters mitosis, the DNA duplicates. 284 more words

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Game Over For "Playstation"

Though it didn’t come as a huge surprise, there was still an outpouring of first disappointment and then fond remembrances for the incredible career of Russia’s Nikolay Davydenko who announced his retirement this week. 420 more words

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ATP Basel, Valencia: Preview and Predictions

The Race to London continues to heat up with two spaces up for grabs after Stan Wawrinka and Marin Cilic were officially confirmed as qualifiers last week.  926 more words

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Unwritten

I am unwritten, can’t read my mind, I’m undefined
I’m just beginning, the pen’s in my hand, ending unplanned

–Lyrics by Natasha Bedingfield

It’s been a few days since… 1,163 more words

Who or What is SAMe?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/S-Adenosyl_methionine

S-Adenosyl –Methionine or better known as SAMe (pronounced “Sammy”) is a chemical that our bodies naturally produce from ATP and from the amino acid methionine. 256 more words

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Viktor Troicki, Vienna Semi Final

After my late night viewing yesterday, I wasn’t feeling my freshest so a nap would ideally have been on the cards. Of course, my potential nap time ended up falling at what equates to roughly 2pm in Vienna so, naturally, it became Murray time instead. 840 more words

Moscow, Vienna, Stockholm Semi-Final Previews

As Luxembourg finishes on Saturday, the other four draws this week will feature semi-final action.  In Moscow, doubles partners Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova and Lucie Safarova are the only seeds left and could meet in the final.  454 more words

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