Learning Human & Animal Physiology provides students with knowledge about body tissues, their health, biological process, and diseases. The learning process involves practical experiments that enable students to understand various concepts in the practical world.
However, most educators find it a challenge to prepare experiments for students. This is why Modern Bio Inc provides teachers and students within the continental United States, Alaska, or Hawaii with human and animal physiology experiments kits fully equipped with everything needed for specific investigations.
Below are the Human and Animal Physiology experiments we offer:
Animal Biology and Evolution
This set of experiments helps bridge the gap between conventional animal physiology and the biochemistry of animal cell activities. Students will investigate a range of subjects, including enzyme activity, characteristics, cell location, and the evolution of mammalian proteins, by following the step-by-step methods in their laboratory guides.
Mini Program in Chromatography
Some specific molecular interactions that occur in biological systems include the binding of an enzyme to its substrate. Serum albumin, which binds certain tiny molecular weight compounds in the blood, goes through a similar binding process. These experiments help students investigate the following:
- Separation of molecules by Gel Filtration
- The Molecular Weight of Hemoglobin
- Binding Specificity of Serum Albumin
A practical method for demonstrating evolutionary connections and identifying organisms is to compare particular proteins from various species. Protein fingerprinting is a popular method for this aim, in which the electrophoretic characteristics of specific proteins are examined in multiple species.
For example, students utilize the technique to compare the types of the enzyme lactate dehydrogenase present in the serum of various animals in this activity.
Analysis of a Mutant Hemoglobin Gene
A mutation is a change in DNA’s nucleotide sequence that causes an organism to inherit a change. Thus, restriction endonucleases are useful tools for determining the nature of alterations in DNA.
This concept is shown in the investigation of the mutant hemoglobin genes. Students use EcoR1 and Hae III to digest a normal and a mutant gene and then use electrophoresis to examine the DNA fragments from each.
A Molecular Approach to the study of Genetics and Evolution
Standard Program 1 experiments are included in this lab activity, which emphasizes the importance of molecular biology in studying human genetics and disease. The experiments introduce electrophoresis and the composition, structure, and function of proteins in health and illness.
These are just a few of the experiments we provide for learning human and animal physiology. At Modern Biology Inc, we endeavor to ensure both educators and students have an easy time managing lab activities through complete experiment kits designed for modern biology experiments.
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B3 1-3: Mini Program in Chromatography$178.11 – $338.45 Select options
EXP-106: Protein Fingerprinting$80.58 Add to cart
EXP-205: Protein Evolution and the Western Blot$127.12 – $130.28 Select options
EXP-206: Affinity Chromatography$147.57 Select options
EXP-801: Serum Proteins and the Western Press-Blot$130.02 Add to cart
EXP-803: Tissue-Specific Isoenzymes in the Cow$102.60 Add to cart
IND-06: Analysis of a Mutant Hemoglobin Gene$90.81 – $106.89 Select options
IND-11P: Contractile Proteins from Cow Heart$96.91 Add to cart
IND-12: Characterization of the Satellite DNA from the Meal Worm$124.23 Add to cart
IND-26: Localizing Tublin by Immunohistochemistry$84.94 – $174.13 Select options