the body at specific time points. Drug delivery systems can alter the biodistribution of a drug by active targeting of specific cell types, passive targeting (accumulation in certain tissues), retention at the injection site or by helping to cross biological barriers.
a blot. Biotinylated non-antibody proteins are used for immobilizing the protein of interest, which are then overlaid with an antibody with streptavidin. Many proteins show considerable affinity for biotin which is a co-factor in many eukaryotic biological processes.
generating thousands to even millions of copies of a particular DNA strand with the specific primers and a thermo-resistant polymerase enzyme. This powerful technique is being applied in medicine, eg, detection of gene mutation in cancers and tailoring of therapies; infectious diseases,eg detection of pathogens and infections; agriculture, analysis of cultuvars; and forensics, eg identification of criminal from sperm during rape cases. The polymerase chain reaction in molecular biology also allows
Detecting Mutual Functional Gene Clusters from Multiple Related Diseases Nan Du∗ , Xiaoyi Li∗ , Yuan Zhang† and Aidong Zhang∗ ∗ Computer Science and Engineering Department State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, U.S.A nandu,xiaoyili,firstname.lastname@example.org † College of Electronic Information and Control Engineering Beijing University of Technology Beijing, China email@example.com Abstract—Discovering functional gene clusters based on gene expression data has been a
collected for some entirely different purpose. For example, customer transaction logs may be maintained from an auditing perspective and data mining would then be called upon to analyse the logs for estimating customer buying patterns. The second major difference (between temporal data mining and classical time series analysis) lies in the kind of information that we want to estimate or unearth from the data. The scope of temporal data mining extends beyond the standard forecast or control applications
class of naturally occurring chemical compounds needed in fixed amounts for important body functions. They play important role in energy generations, red blood cells and neurochemical production. They are micro-nutrients which are involved in the biological wear and tear of the body and an important part of a balance diet. Since the human body cannot produce vitamins which are required in normal concentration; they can be gained either from food sources or from dietary supplements. There are total