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People with severe depression have a disrupted “biological clock” that makes it seem as if they are living in a different time zone to the rest of the healthy population living alongside them, a study has found.New forensic technique for estimating time of death by checking internal clock of the human brain - Science - News - The Independent

New forensic technique for estimating time of death by checking internal clock of the human brain Depressed people live in parallel time zone, scientists find STEVE CONNOR MONDAY 13 MAY 2013

molecular biology

oh-soufflegirl: “ Hey fellow premeders! As promised, here is my note on Molecular Biology; mainly, cell metabolism and different types of biological molecules. It should be x 11 inches for those who want to print everything out.

Olivia's Schneiders' move from PhD to biotech industry Life sciences: Industrial immunology : Naturejobs

A macrophage white blood cell (centre) engulfs and destroys bacteria (orange) and spews out the remnants. our ability to fight disease

Escherichia coli and Salmonella paratyphi Flower on 2 EMB plates.  submitted on Microbeworld.org by Joshua A. Johnson

Medical Laboratory and Biomedical Science: Spring at Microbiology Laboratory

Diagram showing Fertilization and the early cells division stages. #fertilization #2cell_stage #8cell_stage

"Did you know that the Sacred geometric Ancient symbol known as (The flower of Life) represent the dynamics of division on the human cell? " Could be interesting concept for logo.

"New Genetic Fingerprint Lives in Your Gut ScienceDaily (Dec. 5, 2012) — Our bodies contain far more microbial genes than human genes. And a new study suggests that just as human DNA varies from person to person, so too does the massive collection of microbial DNA in the intestine...Differences in the way individuals respond to various drugs or the way they use specific nutrients can be traced to the genetic variation in our microbial genes as well as in our human genes..."

Our bodies contain far more microbial genes than human genes. And a new study suggests that just as human DNA varies from person to person, so too does the massive collection of microbial DNA in the intestine.