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The use of biomarking in excercise responsiveness is underused in cancer rehabilitation.

The rise of personolized medicine is underway, but hasn’t yet reached the clinical field. And then again we face the difficulties in

changing the paradigm in regard to health benefits and excercise. 142 more words

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Another Brick in the Wall: Transcriptional networks controlling secondary cell walls

Plant cell wall research has undergone a renaissance in the last few years, as the biotech industry has woken up to the potential of manipulating cell walls to enhance the amount of sugar released from plant-based biofuels. 549 more words


Don't drown while fishing for biomarkers!

At the Biomarkers team, we work closely with researchers all over Europe to help them find the right tools to discover new diagnostic and/or prognostic biomarkers. 396 more words


Energy, Matter, and Organization: Quiz

On Thursday, students were quizzed on their content knowledge around the actions of cell membranes in various environments, body systems, cell organelles, and how cells obtain energy.   13 more words

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Can We Live Forever?

Today marks the transition from Unit 3 (Cells and Homeostasis) to Unit 4 (Energy, Matter, and Organization).  We have learned a lot about how cells interact with their environment.   145 more words

Systems Biology

Body Systems Project - Day 4

Today marked the final day of class time for students to work on their body systems projects.  Students will present their projects to their classmates tomorrow.

Systems Biology

The Hat - Cancer Connection (12/8/14)

Fashion and Health

Go outside. Take a look around a city square, a park, a beach. You will see almost no one is wearing a hat. 765 more words

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