Category: Seminars & Schedules

Study of Bacterial Gene

Study of bacterial gene expression heavily relies on E. coli-based in vivo and in vitro systems with RNA polymerase at their core. Although methods utilizing RNA polymerase assembled from individually expressed subunits or single-subunit expression vectors have met with considerable success, our experience indicates that co-overexpression vectors, featuring most or


What do people desire in a mate? Do we differ substantially from our ancestors? What impact has western civilization had on our selection process? Are human males and females driven by mating practices that insure survival of the fittest? Are men selected by women because they have a particular reproductive