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Stability of polysaccharides against degradation and the techniques used to assess their molecular integrity. Stability studies of polysaccharides turned out to be of huge practical importance.

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What is CF? Cystic fibrosis (CF) is a lung-affecting autosomal recessive genetic disorder. It is characterised by breathing difficulties due to production of viscous thick secretion which, in turn, is a result of abnormalities …

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Introduction. The term “Hyper IgM syndrome” refers to a family of immunological disorders caused by various genetic mutations. Regardless of a particular type of disorder, the level of IgM becomes much higher than the level of other immunoglobulins.

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Introduction. Autosomal Recessive Gripe Hyperalgia (ARGH) belongs to the group of autosomal recessive disorders, many examples of which were well described and mapped.

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Introduction. After the initial infection with HIV, the rate of progression varies depending on many factors such as genetic variations in the virus itself, susceptibility of the host, co-infections and the level of health care.