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Designed to further collaboration among the community, this database allows members to list their active research projects into a common database. Faculty, staff and students and members of the public can search the database for areas of interest.

As a service to the research community, NYC-LSAMP is pleased to provide a complete listing of abstracts for papers submitted via the NYC-LSAMP virtual community. You can search by keyword and find all citations that contain the keyword in either the title, abstracts, or author sections of the research project.

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Analyzing Biological Sequence Data  (more info) 9 4/8/2004 2:24:00 AM
Introduction: due to the advances in laboratory technology, the amount of biological sequence data has exploded in recent years. This has created an e
Members (1)
Subjects: Biotechnology
The Brain V.S. The CPU  (more info) 7 3/9/2007 5:45:00 PM
The brain is a wonder within itself. It is the primary master behind our reactions to basic senses such as our hearing, smell, taste, feel, and sight
Members (1)
Subjects: Biotechnology
Herbs: The Analysis Of Molecular Reactions  (more info) 1 5/22/2013
The objective of this study is to provide insight on the molecular activities when Tetrahymena thermophila is introduced to garlic and an onion under normal and oxidative stressed conditions.
Members (1)
Subjects: Biology, Biotechnology
Effects Of Herbs On Oxidative Stress In Tetrahymena Thermophila  (more info) 1 5/22/2013
The objective of this study is to provide insight on the molecular activities when Tetrahymena thermophila is introduced to garlic and an onion under normal and oxidative stressed conditions.
Members (1)
Subjects: Biology, Biotechnology
Microfluidic Devices Used To Control Oxygen Concentration Gradients  (more info) 1 6/18/2013
The purpose of this project is to generate and to control in situ the proper oxygen concentration along a sophisticated microfluidic device that will allow cells to intake the proper oxygen concentrations over time.
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Subjects: Biology, Biotechnology, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Engineering/Applied Science
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