... is heated together with Fehling's solution; a red precipitate indicates the presence of aldehydes or aldehyde groups. An example for its use is to screen
for glucose in urine , thus detecting diabetes . It was developed by German chemist Hermann von Fehling .
... and ecological genetics ), rather than genetic engineering.
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... see the images as something separate from them, projected on the screen. How is this done? A simple theory might propose that the light from the screen
forms an image on the retinas in the eyes and something in the brain looks at these as if they are the screen. The Homunculus Argument shows this is ...
... identified in fluorescence microscopy through an interferometer and a computer analysis (spectral imaging )
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One of the first tools available to molecular geneticists is the forward genetic screen
. The aim of this technique is to identify mutations that produce a certain phenotype . A mutagen is very often used to accelerate this process. ...
... to multiple drugs has led Western medical researchers to re-evaluate phages as alternatives to the use of antibiotics.
Phage display is a test to screen
for protein interactions by integrating multiple genes from a gene bank into phages.
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