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An Examination of the Effectiveness of Honey as an Antimicrobial Agent against S. pyogenes and C. perfringens under Anaerobic Conditions

Rose Evard* * Corresponding author at Middlesex Community College, Bedford, MA 01730 Peer Reviewer: Akhila Gundavelli Professional Reviewer: Kimberly Gonzalez Abstract          Since their discovery, antibiotics have been a major factor in modern medicine; however, they are overused, leading to a growing list of antibiotic resistant bacteria [1].  An alternative Read more…

At what rate will algae reproduce in a micro-gravitational setting versus on Earth?

AUTHORS: Morgan Giraud, Tara Thomas, Alana Roberts, Lulabel Seitz, Liza Strong, Miranna Lindberg, Gary Ellwood, Kim Garcia Arechiga, Lily Mitchell, Romeo Marroquin Ajcac, Alondra Arango-Soriano, Citlalle Calderon, Violet Wilson, Victor Brazil, Linda Righetti Judah. Peer Reviewer: Akhila Gundavelli Professional Reviewers: Dr. Frances Wilkerson SFSU and Dr. Carol Vines UCD ABSTRACT Read more…

A novel micropipette approach to studying the mechanical forces and their effects on Zebrafish embryo development

Tom Liu, Michael Deng Marian High School, 273 Union Ave, Framingham, MA 01702 Peer Reviewer: Himanshi Verma A novel micropipette approach to studying the mechanical forces nd their effects on Zebrafish embryo development Tom Liu, Michael Deng Marian High School, 273 Union Ave, Framingham, MA 01702 Abstract Embryos undergo special morphogenesis, forming Read more…

The Effect of Exercise on Regulatory T Cell Populations in Rat Mammary Adenocarcinoma Tumor and Spleen Samples using Foxp3 and CD25

The Effect of Exercise on Regulatory T Cell Populations in Rat Mammary Adenocarcinoma Tumor and Spleen Samples using Foxp3 and CD25 Sharonya Battula ABSTRACT In healthy individuals, regulatory T cells (Tregs) suppress self-reactive lymphocytes to prevent autoimmune disease; however, in cancer patients, Tregs also serve a protumorigenic function, as their Read more…

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