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24 Nov
@67WHB Controversial? Image
@67WHB 👉🏻while the study of disease that may include these pathogens is called pathology.
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23 Nov
Prof Sarah Gilbert: The woman who designed the Oxford vaccine - BBC News

Sarah Catherine Gilbert (born April 1962) is a British vaccinologist who is Professor of Vaccinology at the University of Oxford and co-founder of Vaccitech.
Gilbert specialises in the development of vaccines against influenza and emerging viral pathogens. She led the development and testing of the universal flu vaccine, which underwent clinical trials in 2011.
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23 Nov
@QueenLJ2020 Superparamagnetism?
@QueenLJ2020 Great start!👍🏻
@QueenLJ2020 Made to match the size of light.
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22 Nov
"Justice is not a thing less than the measure, but that which fills it to overflowing.

It exceeds the bounds of mortal requirements.

It endures everlastingly and is not denied one who is entombed.

It passes over with the spirit to bear witness.

It is the great brightener.
It is not a thing bought and sold.

Justice cannot be bartered."
"Be ever above price. One worthy of the greatness you reflect on Earth, one ever above mundane things.

Be not as the ferryman who demands payment before his task is fulfilled, who bears upon the water the man who makes payment and no other.
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22 Nov
Yet, the wisdom of our fathers did avail them, whatever is said in the streets today.
They have indeed left a memorial worthy of reverence, and they are not without shrines.
The wise words they spoke have not gone down to be eaten by dust, nor have they been carried away on the wings of the wind.
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22 Nov
Co-application of fluorescent quantum dot nanocrystals and therapeutics has recently become a promising theranostic methodology for cancer treatment. We developed a tumor-targeted lipid nanocarrier that demonstrates notable efficacy in gene delivery as well as tumor bio-imaging.
Coupling of aptamer molecules against the EGF receptor (EGFR) to the distal termini of lipid nanoparticles provided the carrier with tumor-specific recognition capability.
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21 Nov
👉🏻magnetic cell labeling for cell tracking studies
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20 Nov
We currently believe that instead of “antioxidants,” it is more appropriate to develop “modulators of oxidative stress” because, depending on the condition, it could be more beneficial to reduce or increase the oxidative stress.…
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19 Nov
Mind control using the internet of vaccines? Image
The Laboratory of Animal and Plant Pathology at The Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research was in the forefront of research in virology, and principal investigator Louis O.
Kunkel had elucidated nearly every aspect of the biology and pathology of the various mosaic virus diseases.
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19 Nov
What was the first virus in the world?

Tobacco mosaic virus

Two scientists contributed to the discovery of the first virus, Tobacco mosaic virus.

In 1935 tobacco mosaic virus became the first virus to be crystallized; in 1955 the poliomyelitis virus was crystallized.
An automated procedure was developed to determine the geometrical and chemical interactions of crystalline virus particles using the crystal parameters, particle position, orientation, and atomic coordinates for an icosahedral asymmetric unit.
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17 Nov
By Vangie Beal. Abbreviation for terahertz. A unit of measurement of frequency, also known as cycles per second. One TeraHertz (THz) is equal to 1012 (10 to the power of 12)hertz (Hz) or one thousand gigahertz (GHz). See also Hz.
Researchers from Hiroshima University and National Institute of Information and Communications Technology in Japan have announced the development of a terahertz (THz) transmitter
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17 Nov
@Light2020To Omnidirectional phased array antennas... ultrasound.
@Light2020To In this study, ultrasound-mediated cavitation of microbubbles was investigated as a mean of enhancing the delivery of a liposome designed for chemo-radionuclide therapy targeted to EGFR overexpressing cancer.
@Light2020To Method: Liposomes (111In-EGF-LP-Dox) were prepared by encapsulation of doxorubicin (Dox) and surface functionalisation with Indium-111 tagged epidermal growth factor.
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16 Nov
The nature of man on Earth was formed after the nature of things in Heaven, and man had all things contained as potential within
himself, except divine life.

But he was as yet an untrained, undisciplined child, still nurtured simply upon the comforting bosom of Earth.
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16 Nov

Graphene quantum dots



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15 Nov
We should ban quantum dots all together.
Stop the vaccine cycles.
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15 Nov
Graphene atomic structure with a translational vector T and a chiral vector Ĉh of a CNT
A highly effective method of delivering carbon nanotubes into cells is Cell squeezing, a high-throughput vector-free microfluidic platform for intracellular delivery developed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the labs of Robert S. Langer.
Virtually any type of molecule can be delivered into any type of cell.
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13 Nov
Applying pressure is a more general term than pushing, and is basically anything that prevents the enemy from simply doing whatever they want.
Ultrasound is defined by the American National Standards Institute as "sound at frequencies greater than 20 kHz". In air at atmospheric pressure, ultrasonic waves have wavelengths of 1.9 cm or less.
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13 Nov
@Pojomato Electric Field Amplification inside a Porous Spherical Cavity Resonator Excited by an External Plane Wave
@Pojomato A spherical polyhedron constructed from open surface polygons is an electromagnetic wave resonator that can be excited by an external plane wave.
@Pojomato The resonant frequencies of the porous sphere depend on the radius of the sphere and the area of the openings in the surface of the sphere. The strength of the internal electric fields varies with the width of the conducting edges that comprise the polyhedron frame.
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