Alaa111
  • Alaa111
Could any one help me to find ideas for a scientific research?
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  • jamiebookeater
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alfordabby
  • alfordabby
sure :) scientific research on what topic?
Alaa111
  • Alaa111
the new ways of treating cancer .
anonymous
  • anonymous
u can write on how to prevent e-coli and it's cure

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anonymous
  • anonymous
E coli is a bacteria can cause severe anemia or kidney failure, which can lead to death.
Somy
  • Somy
you gotta think of it yourself tho the most trendy way now is immunotherapy, so if you are interested in that way then dig into it
Somy
  • Somy
there is a lot of research going on in that field
anonymous
  • anonymous
You can write about the new drug, that once taken, targets the source (tumor/cancer cells) and begins to kill the cancer-cells right away, fighting the cancer and only battling the harmful source without affecting anything else.
Frostbite
  • Frostbite
CRISPR/Cas is also really popular these days, might still be for another 20 years. I personally worked with type III-B in S. islandicus at the Danish Archaea Center. The most important going on right now, is the investigation of a unified mechanism regarding type III cleavage mechanisms as both type III-A and type III-B starts to approach each other. Furthermore is still the issues in the classification in the more rare subtypes within type III. If you are interested in applicational use of CRISPR/Cas then go to type II which the now really famous Cas9 that so far has shown great potential for the use of gene editing and designing (and is one of the focus areas for 2016 in the fight against diseases obtained by inheritance). I would highly recommend not to go into type I and specifically type I-E as the areas has been dominated by van der Oost and provided what today many consider a full mechanism.

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