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The Los Alamos National Laboratory's HIV databases are designed for HIV researchers worldwide to share/record/analyse... see more

This is a game that describes and teaches the mechanisms by which proteins fold to achieve the most desirable... see more

This is a review article that provides an overview of the molecular techniques in DNA, RNA, and protein isolation, past... see more

This is a large sacle analysis of chromosoaml abberations in cancer karyotypes, showing two distinct paths to aneuploidy.

Venom! is an activity center about protein folding. It includes an activity (you can build your own protein channel from... see more

Busy Bones is a group of activities aimed at teaching students about bones and human anatomy. These include experiments,... see more

Viral attack is a comic-book style approach to teaching young students about the immune system. Created by Arizona State... see more

Body Depot is a collection of activities and materials created in collaboration with with the Arizona Science Center.... see more

Presented through Arizona State University's Ask A Biologist, these biology experiments are designed for students to do... see more

Scientists are learning new things every day. They are also writing about their discoveries. In most cases they publish... see more

This lesson received an honorable mention in the 2013 SoftChalk Lesson Challenge. 'Cells are the building blocks or... see more

A collection of animations and interactive activities related to biochemistry from the Wiley designed to accompany the... see more

This is a page in the Experimental Bioscience resources from Rice University. The reference material describes the... see more

Tool for analyzing primer sequences. Calculates GC content, melting temperature, molecular weight, hairpins, dimers, and... see more

In the retina, visual processing occurs. The retina contains bipolar cells and ganglion cells. The responses of these two... see more

A nerve cell receives, conducts and transmits signals. Neurons propagate signals in the form of action potentials. This... see more

This animation describes how a synapse works and how a synapse converts electrical signals of the action potential in the... see more

During the Fatty Acid Metabolism animation, students will learn and review the process of the metabolism of fatty acids... see more

Once the mRNA molecule is transported to the cytosol, ribosomes begin to translate the mRNA sequence into amino acids.... see more

This animation provides a step-through mode or a narrated mode covering the process of protein secretion. It gives a... see more

This short film gives material regarding the life cycle of a protein and what organelles and phases are involved in this... see more

Interactive module in which students practice using a microscope in a food science laboratory. Mobile version available... see more

VADLO (Vud-lo) is the Fastest growing search engine in Biology. VADLO caters to all branches of life sciences, including... see more

CBE—Life Sciences Education (CBE-LSE), a free, online quarterly journal, is published by the American Society for Cell... see more