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  • RODRIGUES, KENNETH (UNIVERSITI MALAYSIA SABAH, 2020-04-08)
    Dataset of primers for COVID19 reference genome.
  • Ongkudon, McMarshall (2019)
  • Jampi, Dorathy (2019)
  • Ibrahim, Sakinah (2019)
  • Unknown author (2019)
  • Yusof, Nur Athirah (2019)
    Progress in clinical diagnostic virology for virus identification has been remarkable. Traditional techniques for virus isolation have been refined, and new alternative methods have been developed. This module will discuss ...
  • Yusof, Nur Athirah (2019)
    We will discuss some of the terms often used in parasitology. In this module, we will discuss about several infections such as amebiasis, giardiasis, leishmaniasis, african sleeping sickness and many more.
  • Yusof, Nur Athirah (2019)
    Study of parasitology covers eucaryotic parasites which encompasses protozoa (unicellular animals) and helminths (worms) and ectoparasites (arthropods). This module only focus on the introduction of eucaryotic parasites ...
  • Yusof, Nur Athirah (2019)
    Have you ever heard of “superbug” scenario where sick people with bacterial infection remain sick in the hospital and the doctors can't stop it from spreading? This so-called "superbug" scenario is not science fiction. The ...
  • Yusof, Nur Athirah (2019)
    Virus is the science zombie. They cannot reproduce by themselves and depend solely on their hosts for everything. In this module, we will discuss some important aspects of viruses that are known to infect humans including ...
  • Yusof, Nur Athirah (2019)
    Herd immunity protect people who have not developed immunity such as children who are too young to be vaccinated, immunocompromised people, and those who are too ill to receive vaccines (such as some cancer patients and ...
  • Yusof, Nur Athirah (2019)
    HIV has cause tremendous suffering, loss of life and disruption of family, social and economic abilities worldwide. In this module, we will discuss the strategies involved in the antiretroviral therapies.
  • Yong, Wilson Thau Lym (2018-04-12)
    Somaclonal variation is the variation seen in plants that have been produced by plant tissue culture or regenerated from cultured somatic cells. Somaclonal variation is not restricted to, but is particularly common in, ...
  • Yong, Wilson Thau Lym (2018-04-03)
    Totipotency is the potentiality or property of a cell to produce a whole organism or whole parent plant in the presence of correct physical and chemical stimulus. When plant cells and tissues are cultured in vitro, they ...
  • Yong, Wilson Thau Lym (2018-03-20)
    Nutrient medium for plant tissue culture is a mixture of substances in which plant cells, tissues or organs can grow and develop. These substances include inorganic salt mixture, organic substances, natural complexes, and ...
  • Yong, Wilson Thau Lym (2018-03-12)
    Aseptic techniques are very important in plant tissue culture, as tissue culture aims at in vitro propagation of desired plant materials, which should be free from contamination of any microorganism.
  • demo 
    Unknown author (2019-02-25)
  • RODRIGUES, KENNETH (2018-11-16)
    The technical report provides an overview of the process of production of recombinant proteins for application as fish vaccines.
  • RODRIGUES, KENNETH (2018-10-15)
    Bioprocessing involves the production, packaging and delivery of biological molecules for human or animal consumption.Product Quality is a critical component of the production system.Product Quality is driven by customer ...
  • RODRIGUES, KENNETH (2018-09-12)
    Technology Enabled Learning (TEL) pertains to the application of innovations in technology to conventional pedagogical approaches which extend beyond the traditional Face to Face (F2F) approach. Adoption of TEL can be ...

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