Krebs cycle 1 Continue reading...

Krebs cycle? Not that scary 24th June 2024

Welcome to the second article about Krebs cycle addressed to students. At Gentaur, it is important for us to, in addition to selling diagnostic products, also educate others. The articles will mainly cover biochemical issues. It is possible that texts related to other subjects will also appear later. Together we will discover that biochemistry is... Continue reading
Agrobacterium Continue reading...

Agrobacterium – plants can also get sick 10th May 2024

The world of biotechnology is developing not only thanks to animal organisms. Well, he also uses various types of plants. One example where this field of science is based on the study of plant structures is the use of bacteria from the genus Agrobacterium. These pathogens are unusual because they revolutionized the molecular genetics of... Continue reading
What are retroviruses? Continue reading...

What are retroviruses? 16th April 2024

Today we will look at viruses that have RNA in their structure, namely retroviruses. As we delve into the topic of immunology, we come across such creations as viruses. Viruses themselves are small microbes that infect human cells. Once infected, they use these cells as a replication site. In addition, viruses have many points of... Continue reading
Hypertension - a big problem of the 21st century Continue reading...

Hypertension – a big problem of the 21st century 13th April 2024

Some of the most common conditions among patients are cardiovascular diseases. One of them is the hypertension we are discussing. According to statistics conducted by the WHO, there are currently about 1.28 trillion adult patients in the world suffering from this ailment. According to data from the National Health Fund, in 2018. there were 9.9... Continue reading
Diabetes Continue reading...

Diabetes – a common disease of the 21st century 1st April 2024

In recent years, we can see a systematic increase in the incidence of diabetes detection among the Polish population. At this point, the incidence of diabetes is about 6.54%, which is about 2 million people per country's population. How can we limit the growth of these numbers? What is diabetes? Diabetes mellitus is a chronic... Continue reading
pseudomonas aeruginosa Continue reading...

Pseudomonas Aeruginosa – one bacterium, many diseases 7th March 2024

Have you heard of pseudomonas aeruginosa? We often receive information about bacterial infections in the hospital. Despite the maintenance of proper conditions of cleanliness, it is still possible for microorganisms to appear in a particular place. We can call a hospital infection such an infection that develops during your stay or after you leave the... Continue reading
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Stem cells – what is a new type of therapy? 22nd January 2024

When pregnant patients interested in the topic of medical issues search through information, they come across a term such as 'stem cells'. Although the name seems rather intimidating and complicated, it is not. What do we need this cells for in medicine, and how can we obtain them? What are stem cells? This cells are,... Continue reading
Glycolysis – sweet metabolism Continue reading...

Glycolysis – sweet metabolism 4th December 2023

In today's article, we will dive again into the biochemical processes that occur during a process called cellular respiration or Glycolysis. Although we know that this topic will be of greater interest to high school graduates or students of biological and medical faculties, we also encourage others interested in the topic of our body. There... Continue reading