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pH comes from the term “power of Hydrogen”, or the hydrogen ion concentration present in a given solution. It helps to measure the acidity or alkalinity of a substance.
Unlocking the Potential of Fonio Seed Microbiome Engineering for Climate-Resilient Crops

Unlocking the Potential of Fonio Seed Microbiome Engineering for Climate-Resilient Crops

Researchers Unveil a Key Gene with a Central Role in Learning and Memory Across Mammalian Brain Cells

Researchers Unveil a Key Gene with a Central Role in Learning and Memory Across Mammalian Brain Cells

Study Reveals Gut Microbiome's Influence on Premature Aging in Chronic HIV Patients

Study Reveals Gut Microbiome's Influence on Premature Aging in Chronic HIV Patients

Induction Cooktop Technology Shows Promise in Reducing Bacterial Infection in Prosthetic Joints

Induction Cooktop Technology Shows Promise in Reducing Bacterial Infection in Prosthetic Joints

Mayo Clinic Researchers Analyze Zombie Cells to Explain Aging

Mayo Clinic Researchers Analyze Zombie Cells to Explain Aging

Unleashing the Potential of CRISPR-COPIES

Unleashing the Potential of CRISPR-COPIES

Quorum Bio: Where Synthetic Biology Meets Sustainable Farming

Quorum Bio: Where Synthetic Biology Meets Sustainable Farming

Accelerating Genetic Research - The Story Behind One-pot DTECT

Accelerating Genetic Research - The Story Behind One-pot DTECT

Plant Study Reveals Novel Mechanism for Coordinating Cellular Responses to Stress

Plant Study Reveals Novel Mechanism for Coordinating Cellular Responses to Stress

Diagnostic Biochips: Brain Research Tools for the Future

Diagnostic Biochips: Brain Research Tools for the Future

Chemists Develop Two-Step Method to Create Promising Molecules for Life Sciences Research

Chemists Develop Two-Step Method to Create Promising Molecules for Life Sciences Research

Bio-Techne’s Advanced Cell Diagnostics (ACD) Sets New Standard in Spatial Biology with Protease-Free RNAscope Multiomics

Bio-Techne’s Advanced Cell Diagnostics (ACD) Sets New Standard in Spatial Biology with Protease-Free RNAscope Multiomics

Study Sheds Light on a Decades-Long Mystery About How Retinal Photoreceptors Work

Study Sheds Light on a Decades-Long Mystery About How Retinal Photoreceptors Work

High-Resolution Map Exposes Cellular Pathways to Fertility

High-Resolution Map Exposes Cellular Pathways to Fertility

LJI Researchers Identify Late-Rising T Cells Crucial for CMV Control

LJI Researchers Identify Late-Rising T Cells Crucial for CMV Control

Commercializing Innovation in a Life Sciences Ecosystem

Commercializing Innovation in a Life Sciences Ecosystem

Genome-Wide Study Identifies Gene Pair Crucial for Regulating Blood Vessel Disease in the Lungs

Genome-Wide Study Identifies Gene Pair Crucial for Regulating Blood Vessel Disease in the Lungs

Algal Blooms May Pose More Health Risks Than Previously Thought

Algal Blooms May Pose More Health Risks Than Previously Thought

Breakthrough 3D Vascular Sheet Mimics Atherosclerosis for High-Throughput Drug Screening

Breakthrough 3D Vascular Sheet Mimics Atherosclerosis for High-Throughput Drug Screening

Preventing Immunological Rejection Following Transplantation

Preventing Immunological Rejection Following Transplantation

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