biochemical technique

biochemical technique

Alternative healthcare that incorporates the use of food, herbs and essences to optimise health through natural chemicals that are ingested, inhaled or absorbed through the skin or mucosa.
 
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Aromatherapy, ayurvedic medicine, Chinese herbal medicine, diet, nutrition therapy, herbal medicine, homeopathy, polarity therapy and others.
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They combined that technology with a biochemical technique called immunoassaying, in which a molecule is detected within a solution by introducing its antibody that will bind only with that molecule.
The researchers translated the code with a biochemical technique developed by a research scientist in Hughes' lab, Debashish Ray, and a student in Morris's lab, Hilal Kazan.
Although false-positive results are rare, another biochemical technique would be of great value.
So rather than rely on size as a clue to age, McGaffin is evaluating a biochemical technique that measures the accumulation of pigments in the animals' brains with time.
Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA), also known as an enzyme immunoassay (EIA), is a biochemical technique used mainly in immunology to detect the presence of an antibody or an antigen in a sample.
In doing so he has mastered and applied a wide variety of chemical, spectroscopic, microscopic and biochemical techniques and produced an impressive number of publications in high-ranked journals that also document his extensive collaborations with other researchers.
Likewise, MALDI-TOF requires cultured organisms, although less growth is often acceptable for identification by mass spectrometry than is required for standard biochemical techniques.
Then there was "biological psychiatry's" agenda of finding some way to cobble together a few symptom clusters that could be promoted as valid and reliable diagnostic entities in order to correlate them with the "biological markers" that were rapidly emerging with advances in radiodiagnostic and biochemical techniques.
He notes that five key incomplete components have emerged in current studies of vultures that provide the impetus for the further study of vultures: (1) based on new chemical and biochemical techniques, there is changing evidence concerning the differences between so called New and Old World vultures; (2) vultures are variably susceptible to particular chemicals and many species from the most common birds of prey in the world to critically endangered species; (3) local vulture extinctions have serious negative consequences for people and animals in ways not foreseen; (4) captive breeding unexpectedly can rescue nearly extinct species; (5) so little is known about the background of vultures and their ecological importance that the study of vultures is necessary.
By studying human stem cells and zebrafish using cell imaging and biochemical techniques, the researchers discovered that Tmem65 is involved in communication and electrical processes known as electrical coupling and calcium signaling.
The second section includes papers on environmental materials and advanced biochemical techniques, which discuss such topics as experimental research for heavy metal lead and zinc smelting wastewater by electroflocculation, lead and heavy metal pollution of soils, emission characteristics of gaseous pollutants in biodiesel, dynamic analysis of change and system simulation of food production materials, low carbon decorative materials, and the treatment of phosphate-containing waste water by modified fly ash.
Archeologists have unearthed the oldest wine-making facility ever found, using biochemical techniques to identify a dry red vintage made about 6,000 years ago in what is now southern Armenia.