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Frozen Tilapia

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They are the specialized producer for frozen tilapia fillet.  King Nestle International Company has their international reach and supply frozen tilapia fillet, frozen squid, cod, and other fishes to the international market.


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Learn Tarot Easily

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Convert PowerPoint 2010 Presentations to Video Format

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Convert your PowerPoint 2010 presentation to a video format.

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PowerPoint 2010 Animation Painter

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How to use the animation painter, a new feature in PowerPoint 2010.

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Process Wednesday: Continuous flow microwave chemistry?

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“For many researchers in the lab, microwaves have become the first choice and not a last resort,” Kappe says. “Now, in moving to microwave flow chemistry, we may be seeing a new game-changer in sustainable process ...

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Quantitative PCR: An appropriate tool to detect viable but not culturable Brettanomyces bruxellensis in wine

Quantitative PCR as a tool has been used to detect Brettanomyces bruxellensis directly from wine samples. Accurate and timely detection of this yeast is important to prevent unwanted spoilage of wines and beverages. The aim of this study was to distinguish differences between DNA and mRNA as template for the detection of this yeast. The study was also used to determine if it is possible to accurately detect cells in the viable but not culturable (VBNC) state of B. bruxellensis by qPCR. Several methods including traditional plating, epifluorescence counts and qPCR were used to amplify DNA and mRNA. It was observed that mRNA was a better template for the detection in terms of standard curve analysis and qPCR efficiencies. Various primers previously published were tested for their specificity, qPCR efficiency and accuracy of enumeration. A single primer set was selected which amplified a region of the actin-encoding gene. The detection limit for this assay was 10 cells mL− 1. B. bruxellensis could also be quantified in naturally contaminated wines with this assay. The mRNA gave a better indication of the viability of the cells which compared favourably to fluorescent microscopy and traditional cell counts. The ability of the assay to accurately estimate the number of cells in the VBNC state was also demonstrated.


Elize Willenburg, Benoit Divol
Quantitative PCR: An appropriate tool to detect viable but not culturable Brettanomyces bruxellensis in wine
International Journal of Food Microbiology, 160 (2012), pp. 131–136

 

http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijfoodmicro.2012.09.012


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CHP - Chromatography Introduction


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Chromatography is a separations method that relies on differences in partitioning behavior between a flowing mobile phase and a stationary phase to separate the the components in a mixture.

A column (or other support for TLC, see below) holds the stationary phase and the mobile phase carries the sample through it. Sample components that partition strongly into the stationary phase spend a greater amount of time in the column and are separated from components that stay predominantly in the mobile phase and pass through the column faster.

 
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How Does High Performance Liquid Chromatography Work?

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How Does High Performance Liquid Chromatography Work?

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How Does High Performance Liquid Chromatography Work?

The components of a basic high-performance liquid chromatography [HPLC] system are shown in the simple diagram in Figure E.

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Introduction to Chromatography | Science of Chromatography

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Chromatography is the science of separating mixtures from complex to simple. It is a collective term for a set of laboratory techniques as well as equipments used by scientists. Chromatography techniques are either preparative or analytical.


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Thin Layer Chromatography (TLC) | Science of Chromatography

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Thin layer chromatography is another chromatographic technique used mainly to separate organic compounds. As in other methods this also has the two phases known as mobile phase and stationary phase.


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How Does High Performance Liquid Chromatography Work?

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How Does High Performance Liquid Chromatography Work?

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How Does High Performance Liquid Chromatography Work?

The components of a basic high-performance liquid chromatography [HPLC] system are shown in the simple diagram in Figure E.

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How to Improve Nutrition for Multiple Sclerosis

How to Improve Nutrition for Multiple Sclerosis | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it
Multiple sclerosis is an unpredictable neurological disease that affects the central nervous system (brain, spinal cord and optic nerves) in an estimated 400,000 Americans.

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What to eat to improve your mood, concentration and memory!

What to eat to improve your mood, concentration and memory! | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it
The number of experts who believe that the secret to a better brain function is found in our plate is growing day by day. Moreover, numerous researches, mainly on the beneficial action of omega-3 fatty acids, reinforce this belief.

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The Fool's Journey: The Fool Meets Judgment

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Arwen Lynch explores the Major Arcana through a fictional series as the Fool and his dog meet the archetypes.

Here's an excerpt for you from the Fool Meets Judgment:

Just as the sun blended its first ray with the horizon to create an amazing shade of orange, the Fool crested the top of a hill. He stumbled to a halt when he saw an Angel looming on the horizon. Behind the angel were humungous waves that seemed to be frozen. They almost looked like mountains to the Fool. The red wings spread out behind the angel who blew a trumpet that had the flag of St. George adorning it.

As the Fool watched, he realized he couldn’t hear the trumpet. But beneath him, he saw a cemetary where the tops of the crypts were being tumbled aside. The dead were rising up! The Fool gasped in horror then realized that they all stretched their arms and faces up to the Angel. They didn’t seem aware of him.

“They are not aware of you, Fool.”

 

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The biggest thing in the universe is really, really big

The biggest thing in the universe is really, really big | FOOD TECHNOLOGY  NEWS | Scoop.it
A newly discovered galactic structure is so large that it means one of our basic assumptions about the nature of the universe could be wrong. Read this article by Eric Mack on CNET.

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Cloud-based Presentation Tools: Using SlideRocket or Prezi to Bling Your PowerPoint | Modern Media

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Lasers controlled by Xbox device

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Researchers from Dundee University show how technology from video game consoles can enhance scientific instruments used in laboratories.

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Does analysis of mars samples covered by ISO 17025 ?

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NASA's Curiosity Mars rover has sniffed the Martian air and now its Sample Analysis at Mars (SAM) instrument has taken its first taste of soil. The microwave-size internal laboratory of the nuclear-powered rover received its ...

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Development of a quantitative real-time PCR assay for Phytophthora infestans and its applicability to leaf, tuber and soil samples

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A sensitive real-time polymerase chain reaction (PCR) assay was developed for the quantification of Phytophthora infestans, the cause of foliar and tuber late blight in potato. A primer pair (PinfTQF/PinfTQR) and a fluorogenic probe (PinfTQPR) were designed to perform a quantitative assay for the detection of P. infestans in leaves, tubers and soils. The assay was shown to be specific to P. infestans and the very closely taxonomically related non-potato pathogen species P. mirabilis, P. phaseoli and P. ipomoea, but did not detect the potato pathogensP. erythroseptica and P. nicotianae. The assay was able to reliably detect P. infestans DNA at 100 fg per reaction and was effective in quantifying P. infestans in infected leaf tissue from 24 h after inoculation and also in infected symptomless tubers and diseased tubers. Attempts to detect oospores of P. infestans in naturally and artificially infested soil samples are described and compared with baiting tests and previous literature. It was not possible to detect oospores in soil samples due to problems with DNA extraction from the oospores themselves. However, the assay was shown to detect even very low levels of asexual inoculum (sporangia and mycelium) in soil. This work assembles all the necessary features of a quantitative P. infestans assay, which have previously been somewhat disparate: the sensitivity, specificity and quantitation are fully validated, the assay is shown to work in common applications in leaf and tuber tissue and the problems with P. infestansoospore detection are explored and tested experimentally.

 

A. K. Lees, L. Sullivan, J. S. Lynott and D. W. Cullen
Plant Pathology
Volume 61, Issue 5, pages 867–876, October 2012

 

DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-3059.2011.02574.x


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Chromatography | How does it work? | Different types compared

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An easy-to-understand explanation of how chromatography works, the different types, and what they're used for.

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Most of us have got our papers wet at some time or another, but have you ever noticed what happens to the ink as the water spreads? It doesn't always smudge and blur, as you might expect. Sometimes it splits up into weird colored streaks that creep across the page. When that happens, you're seeing chromatography in action.

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Thin Layer Chromatography (TLC) | Science of Chromatography

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Thin layer chromatography is another chromatographic technique used mainly to separate organic compounds. As in other methods this also has the two phases known as mobile phase and stationary phase.


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Introduction to Chromatography | Science of Chromatography

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Chromatography is the science of separating mixtures from complex to simple. It is a collective term for a set of laboratory techniques as well as equipments used by scientists. Chromatography techniques are either preparative or analytical.


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Chromatography | How does it work? | Different types compared

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An easy-to-understand explanation of how chromatography works, the different types, and what they're used for.

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Most of us have got our papers wet at some time or another, but have you ever noticed what happens to the ink as the water spreads? It doesn't always smudge and blur, as you might expect. Sometimes it splits up into weird colored streaks that creep across the page. When that happens, you're seeing chromatography in action.

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CHP - Chromatography Introduction


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Angela Stubbs's curator insight, February 8, 2013 4:29 PM

Chromatography is a separations method that relies on differences in partitioning behavior between a flowing mobile phase and a stationary phase to separate the the components in a mixture.

A column (or other support for TLC, see below) holds the stationary phase and the mobile phase carries the sample through it. Sample components that partition strongly into the stationary phase spend a greater amount of time in the column and are separated from components that stay predominantly in the mobile phase and pass through the column faster.

 
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How to Get Creative When Cooking at Home

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Your go-to source for simple, fresh ideas to eat, connect and live better. Find healthy recipes, nutrition information, relationship and fitness advice and more! (How to get creative when cooking at home!

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How to Get Creative When Cooking at Home 

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good and helpful article)