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  ICMR PREPARATION
Posted by: Sona - Yesterday, 10:04 PM - Forum: Competitive Exams - No Replies

How can I start preparing for ICMR? What are the most important areas for ICMR?
Kindly Guide me through.

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  What after bsc with biochemistry?
Posted by: JIGNESH - Yesterday, 02:40 PM - Forum: Asia - No Replies

Hello... I will be appear for last semester exam in next month. Now I'm confused, in which should I go, MSC biotech or biochem? Am I eligible for mtech ?

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  GATE BT Results 2017
Posted by: SunilNagpal - 03-26-2017, 04:38 PM - Forum: Competitive Exams - Replies (46)

GATE results may be accessed at:

http://appsgate.iitr.ac.in/

All the best to one and all. Feel free to share your results and experiences here.

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  Admission Notice MSc Plant Biotechnology TERI University 2017-18
Posted by: reetasharma201 - 03-24-2017, 06:22 PM - Forum: India - No Replies

Hi,
This is to inform you that TERI University, New Delhi has announced admissions to the MSc. Plant Biotechnology for the session of 2017-18.

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The MSc programme in Plant Biotechnology was initiated in 2008 with the seed funding from the Department of biotechnology, Government of India. It is a 2 year full time programme
which seeks to provide education and training, empower students with technical skill-set, create capacities and build career opportunities in three key domains of biotechnology namely:
Research and development Science educationPolicy, regulations and management


Eligibility Criteria
Bachelor’s degree in Sciences, preferably Life Sciences or a B.Tech in Biotechnology, with a minimum of 55% marks in aggregate, wherever marks are awarded or a minimum CGPA of 6.2 on a 10-point grading scale will be required.

Placement
A placement cell has been formed for exploring placement opportunities for students. The University facilitates placement of students in industry and suitable organizations, both for major project and final placements. Earlier employers include, CIMMYT, Mexico; John Innes Centre, Norwich, UK; University of Tennessee, USA; CIMAP, Lucknow; NBRI, Lucknow; IITs (Delhi, Mumbai, Kharagpur, Kanpur, and Roorkee); Central Bureau of Investigation, Government of India, Delhi

Selection Procedure
Admission to the MSc programme is made on the basis of a combined entrance examination followed by an interview conducted by the TERI University. Applications are invited from candidates on the basis of advertisements printed in leading newspapers.

Details may also be gathered at the TERI University’s website ==> teriuniversity.ac.in/msc-plant-biotechnology

Important Dates: Last date of application: 5th May 2017

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  career guidance
Posted by: Deepshika - 03-24-2017, 01:10 PM - Forum: Genetic Engineering - Replies (18)

Sir, i am an hs passed out student with Pcb and have scores 75% in my 10+2. I am a biology student nd dnt have maths in my 10+2. Now m preparing for neet 2017. Since i couldn't qualify neet 2016 m a little bit tensed nd worried about neet2017. My parents n suggestng me to for bsc/btch.since i dnt have ny idea to what course should i go for to shape my futr i need ua suggestn. I am thinking to go for BCA bt as i dnt have maths nd CS in my 12 m confused what should i do.. I should go for btch biotechnology or bsc/btch genetics. As i belng frm a middle class family my parents want me to do a good job after my graduation.. So plz sir hlp me out wid my problms...

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  Insertion vs competent
Posted by: tanya123 - 03-23-2017, 11:24 PM - Forum: Genetic Engineering - No Replies

I have recently started my studies in biotec and found it quite interesting except of some of the questions like what is the difference between 'Insertion of recombinant plasmid into cell' and 'making the cell competent'?

Thanks

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  After b.tech
Posted by: supriyo banerjee - 03-22-2017, 04:29 PM - Forum: Careers - No Replies

After b.tech what is the better option msc or m.tech

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  Biotechnology private colleges
Posted by: URI - 03-19-2017, 04:32 PM - Forum: Questions and Answers - Replies (1)

Which are the best private colleges in bangalore for msc biotechnology?

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  Future job prospect
Posted by: Stanley1984 - 03-19-2017, 04:10 AM - Forum: Questions and Answers - No Replies

Am new here..please I really want to know the best option for biotechnology career..

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  JNU CEEB 2017
Posted by: jaideep singh - 03-16-2017, 09:41 PM - Forum: India - Replies (4)

I didn't found any concerned link to fill the form of CEEB 17
Please somebody reply link for the online application form, it's a humble request .

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  Msc microbiology or biotechnology??
Posted by: titus russoe - 03-16-2017, 05:09 AM - Forum: India - Replies (1)

Hi I'm Titus Russoe I completed my Bsc biotechnology. So I'm going to pursue master degree so please help which one get better future whether it's microbiology or biotechnology....

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  Job
Posted by: divya gautam - 03-15-2017, 03:22 PM - Forum: Questions and Answers - No Replies

I m pursuing bsc honours in biotechnology want to know about how to get a better job after the graduation and also about the govt . Xams in this field

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  M.Tech or PhD
Posted by: gaurang94 - 03-15-2017, 02:43 PM - Forum: Careers - Replies (5)

Dear sir,
I am B.Tech graduate in biotechnology.. I had given TIFR GS2017 exam back in December'16. Based on this exam, and application form, I am shortlisted in IISER Pune for PhD program.. Also I have submitted application form in NCBS Bangalore.
I have also appeared for Gate'17 and I have calculated 47.35 marks based on answer key.

Now I am confused whether I should pursue PhD from IISER/ NCBS or do M.Tech from IITs.. As doing PhD for 5 years(or even 7 years in some cases) is big investment of time for me.
Please advice me whether I will get better job opportunity than IITs after my PhD.
Please advice me the correct path for my career..
Thank you in advance..

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  not qualifying in gate
Posted by: purvasamant - 03-14-2017, 10:27 PM - Forum: Main Biotechnology Discussion Forum - No Replies

what to do if i get low score or not qualified in gate
please help

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  Heart Arrhythmia: Symptoms, Causes, Treatment and Prevention
Posted by: SunilNagpal - 03-13-2017, 02:54 PM - Forum: Diseases and Diagnostics - No Replies

What is Arrhythmia?
Meaning of heart arrhythmia is there in its nomenclature itself - heart beats that tend to miss the regular rhythm or in simpler terms, irregular heartbeats are classified as arrhythmic (also called dysrhythmia).

Arrhythmia is different from 'abnormal heart rate (which normally is 50-100 beats per minute). Arrhythmias can occur with a normal heart rate, as well as with heart rates that are slow (called bradyarrhythmias) or rapid (called tachyarrhythmias).

In the United States alone, more than 850,000 people are hospitalized for an arrhythmia each year (source: medicinenet).

What causes Arrhythmia?

Following are the common causes of Arrhythmia:

Some less serious causes:

  • *Electrolyte imbalances in blood
    *During recovery from a heart surgery
    *It can sometimes occur in perfectly healthy hearts as well

Some serious causes:
  • *Coronary artery disease (plaque depositions etc)
    *Changes in heart muscles or cardiomyopathy

What are the symptoms of Arrhythmia?
Following are the common symptoms of Arrhythmia:
  • *Palpitations
    *Pounding
    *Shortness of breath
    *Dizziness
    *Fatigue

Diagnosis of Arrhythmia:
Arrhythmia diagnosis is easy to perform using the state of art yet simplistic and cost effective instruments. Following are various diagnostic measures:

a) ECG
b) Holter Monitoring
c) Stress Test
d) Electrophysiology study (EPS)
e) Echo Test
f) Head-up tilt table test
g) Event monitoring

Treatment of Arrhythmia:
Treatment of Arrhythmia is administered based on type and severity of Arrhythmia. It is often a combination of prescribed drugs and life style changes (or surgical intervention in severe causes).

Following two categories of drugs are often prescribed:

∆ Antiarrhythmic drugs:
Such drugs come under the category of beta-blockers and help in controlling the heart rate

∆ Anticoagulant or antiplatelet therapy:
These drugs are aimed at reducing the risk of clot formation (and hence a stroke). Warfarin, Aspirin and Pradaxa are the common prescriptions in this category.

Lifestyle changes that are must for an Arrhythmic person:

1. Limited alcohol intake
2. Quitting smoking
3. Limited caffeine intake
4. No intake of stimulating substances (cough syrups and medicine for cold are also stimulating substances!)

A News that triggered the need for this thread:
LaMarcus Aldridge, an American professional basketball player, playing for San Antonio Spurs of NBA, had to go for a leave of indefinite period after experiencing heart Arrhythmia. This has been on news all around and has suddenly lead to a surge of queries about Arrhythmia. He is currently undergoing tests to ascertain the severity of the event. Best of health wished his way.

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Posted by: ankit.hinsu - 03-11-2017, 10:22 PM - Forum: Careers - No Replies

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  Modification of transcription factors to increase the compound's yield
Posted by: Prill - 03-10-2017, 09:39 AM - Forum: Questions and Answers - No Replies

Hello there! I am preparing a phD project and need some advices about the Methodology. I want to test how modification of certain (characterised) transcription factor could improve the natural compund's yield in plans in vitro systems where the presence and activity of this TF has been demonstrated. However, I do not know exactly which could be the right approach to optimize the yield throughout TF-modification. Is this related to different envioronmental conditions that we can vary in order to asses the in vitro cells response (production)? or is more related to transformation activities in these cell cultures (e.g. to insert 'again' this TF in the cell cultures? Any advice, explanation and reference is welcome! Thank you very much in advance.

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  Advice needed
Posted by: Aneeshaa Taluja - 03-10-2017, 01:54 AM - Forum: Careers - No Replies

Can someboye tell me thay can i opt for msc clinical nutrition and dietetics after doing bsc biotechnology?

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  Extra courses to get job in bioinformatics field
Posted by: aditi jain - 03-09-2017, 02:25 AM - Forum: Questions and Answers - No Replies

I m btech biotechnology student and this is my 3rd year ..I want to know about the courses I can do ..In the field of bioinformatics

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  Medical biotechnology entrance xamz
Posted by: kamsharma - 03-07-2017, 09:19 PM - Forum: Main Biotechnology Discussion Forum - No Replies

plzz tell me abt the medical Biotec
entrance xamz n syllabus

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