1. Part 1: Solving Mysteries with Trypsin and Proteinase K

    Part 1: Solving Mysteries with Trypsin and Proteinase K
    Identifying Human Remains Human remains are fascinating. They have many properties that can be used to identify a person: distinct scars, special features, dental x-rays, fingerprint comparisons, or physical facial characteristics. Forensic scientists attempt to identify human skeletal remains in situations like mass fatality incidents involving military personnel or others recovered from war, fires, explosions, and in criminal matters. However...
  2. Puromycin - Anti-Tumor Effect and Activity

    Puromycin - Anti-Tumor Effect and Activity
    Puromycin is an aminonucleoside antibiotic produced by the bacterium Streptomyces alboniger. It inhibits protein synthesis by disrupting peptide transfer on ribosomes causing premature chain termination during translation.

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