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Effect of the Murine Leukemia Virus Extended Packaging Signal on the Rates and Locations of Retroviral Recombination
Reverse transcriptase (RT) switches templates frequently during DNA synthesis; the acceptor template can be the same RNA (intramolecular) or the copackaged RNA (intermolecular). Previous results indicated that intramolecular template switching occurred far more frequently than intermolecular template switching. We hypothesized that intermolecular template-switching events (recombination) occurred
Difficulty: High school
Examine the transport of viruses during artificial recharge with recycled water
Determine under actual recharge conditions (1) the degree to which a surrogate for human enteric viruses is attenuated as reclaimed water percolates through the unsaturated zone to the water table; (2) the degree to which the surrogate is attenuated at the water table and as reclaimed water moves downgradient to extraction wells; and (3) the degree to which changes in hydraulic conditions and wate
Difficulty: High school
Explain the cytopathic effect of human rhinovirus infection on HeLa cells
This video shows the cytopathic effect of human rhinovirus infection on HeLa cells. At the start of the video, uninfected cells are shown. Since HeLa cells are an adherent cell line, they normally grow flat and stuck down firmly on the tissue culture flask. After infection with rhinovirus, the cells change shape, becoming round and more refractile (brighter) under phase contrast microscopy. Some i
Difficulty: High school
Germs, germ everywhere!
This science fair project was done to compare the amount of germs found in the places that we touch. The testing was done by obtaining samples from the handle of a shopping trolley, computer keyboard, the button/handle of a water cooler, buttons on a lift, and a door knob.
Difficulty: Middle school
How does an infectious disease spread?
The activity we will be doing today will simulate the spread of an infectious disease. A simulation is a simplified demonstration of how an infectious disease can spread through a population. Our simulation will show how one person who is infected with a disease can infect other people, who in turn infect others.
Difficulty: Middle school
How the Body's Immune System Responds to a Virus
Demonstrate and make illustrations that show how viruses can appear as foreign invaders in the blood.
Difficulty: Elementary school
What are the effects of physical and geochemical heterogeneity on virus transport in Aquifers (SGER)
The purpose of this project is to obtain initial data to quantify virus transport in physically and geochemically heterogeneous, unconsolidated aquifer materials under carefully controlled laboratory conditions and to incorporate the observational results in a stochastic model of virus transport in aquifers. This work is considered to be "high risk" in that the hypotheses set forth based on relate
Difficulty: High school
What is the effect of bacteria viruses in agricultural soils?
The objectives of this research are to examine the transport of bacteria, bacteriophage (bacterial viruses), in polymer-amended agricultural soils, and to compare transport behavior in polymer amended soils and untreated soil. The following describes our activities to date.
Difficulty: High school
What is the effect of the Influenza A Virus Infection on Nasopharyngeal Colonization?
Phase variation in the colonial opacity of Streptococcus pneumoniae has been implicated as a factor in bacterial adherence, colonization, and invasion in the pathogenesis of pneumococcal disease. Additionally, the synergistic effects of influenza A virus and S. pneumoniae in the development of otitis media (OM) have been reported. This study examined the ability of opaque or transparent S. pneumon
Difficulty: High school
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