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    The Orchid Grower
    A Juvenile Science Adventure Novel about Orchids and Genetic Engineering
    Medicine
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    Bioinformatics Introduction

    Use BLAST to analyze and estimate the effectiveness of different flu vaccines. [E] [E]
    A Structural Genomic Approach to Mycobacterial Drug Design Targeting Replicative Synthesis: Structure & Function of dnaQ [E]
    The Effect of EtOH and Antimicrobial Peptide RP-1 on Apoptosis inVarious Pathogenic Microbes [E]
    Bionformatics-based Prediction of Novel Caspase Substrates [E]
    MicroRNA-Oncogene Proximity and Observed Rates of Cancer: A Statistical Study [E]
    Exploring Protein Similarities with Bioinformatics Tools to Establish Reasonable Animal Models for Disease Research [E] [E]
    Use publicly available web-based bioinformatics resources to search for a disease of interest and SNPs, single-nucleotide polymorphisms, associated with that disease. [E]
    Use web-based bioinformatics tools (SAGE Genie) to identify genes that are over-expressed in pancreatic cancer tissue. [E]
    Bioinformatics Experiments
    Genetics
    Identify T. Rex's closest living relative by using simple bioinformatics tools. [E]
    Build a family tree for the primates, including Homo sapiens, based on the similarity of mitochondrial proteins by using the BLAST bioinformatics tool. [E] [E]
    Characterization of the Arabidopsis Auxin-Response Mutant 4(4,2) and an ARM Gene [E]
    Quantifying Genetic Similarity in Relation to Geographic Distance [E]
    Find how complexity can be produced through Natural Selection and Evolution; will higher mutation rates allow for faster adaptation? [E]
    The Urea Transporter (UT) Family: A Bioinformatic and PhylogeneticAnalysis [E] [E]
    Biochemistry
    Investigate proteomics, proteins and protein PAX3 [E] [E] [P]
    The Involvement of Small G-protein ARL-6 in the Formation of Sensory Cilia [E]
    RNA Alignment Scoring Based on Covariance [E]
    Explore functions of an unknown protein using computational methods; the connection between how a protein performs its job(s) and how its corresponding DNA sequence changes throughout evolution; the specific functions of a protein, based only on its amino acid (protein) sequence [E] [E]
    Zoology
    Use an online bioinformatics database to find out which animals currently have genome projects, which projects are complete, and which projects are still in progress. [E]
    Microbiology
    Phylogenetic Comparison of Pacific Coast Marine Algae: Cystoseria osmundacea and Halidrys dioica [E] [E]
    Biotechnology / Genetic Engineering
    How Stem Cells Might Be Used to Bioengineer a Vital Organ [E]
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