I have attached the questions being asked (they are #’s 4-10 AQ questions) I

I have attached the questions being asked (they are #’s 4-10 AQ questions)
I already got the first 3 done which has 2 pages that you can continue to add to with the other questions as well, but the first 3 questions need adjustments. I have attached the feedback from the professor to correct the mistakes.
**The prompt is also included as well as the website needed to get the information to complete this assignment**
The OMIM # is 176200 please use to get condition.
Thank you!!

Paper should be 10 pages including figures but NOT including appendix/references

Paper should be 10 pages including figures but NOT including appendix/references. You can use 1” margins and Times New Roman 12pt font, 1.5 spacing.
Additional instructions for the paper are listed in the attached document (Final Paper).
If possible use End Note for source material.
A keyword search needs to be updated if other words are used. I have already started and attached it please update if other words are used.

Laboratory reports will take the format of scientific papers, but in condensed f

Laboratory reports will take the format of scientific papers, but in condensed form. Since I am asking for a mini lab report, these are the sections that you need to write:
Title
Results
Discussion
References
No need for an introduction section or a methods section!
The focus of your lab write-up should be the scientific problem addressed (Which treatments are effective for permanent deflagellation of Chlamydomonas cells?), not the technique used (again, no methods section).
Please review instructions attached in additional materials thoroughly and pay attention to what it’s asking. Message me if needed

this is a Genetic scientific paper IMRAD Report and its ongoing report. for now

this is a Genetic scientific paper IMRAD Report and its ongoing report. for now (only introduction, method, and reference) is required. it’s in CSE style. please review ALL the files carefully. Try to refer to the (Actual Experiment miR-101.pdf), especially THE LAST page. You have to review ALL the files carefully.
you need to include the candidate gene to: NPNT Gene. Accession# : NM_001184692, which plays a role in kidney development, mutations cause nephrotic syndrome in kidney when too much protein is passed in the urine.
Total mRNA length(coding sequence): 4474.
Forward Primer(5′ – 3′): GGTGGCCCAGGCAAATAGTG.
Reverse Primer(5′ – 3′): GTTGGCACACAGGCTGACAC.
Amplicon length: 114
TITLE: The title should be a concise description of your project and should include the name of your candidate gene, species, method used to investigate your question, (and eventually your main result). It should provide enough detail to allow someone interested in your topic to find your paper with a Google search. (Review the files)
INTRODUCTION: The Introduction should be approximately 1.5 pages long, and include background, question and hypothesis, prediction, and your scientific approach.(Review the files)
METHODS: The Methods section should be 1 – 1.5 pages long, double-spaced. Write the Methods section in the past tense, passive voice, as though you have already completed the whole experiment (Lab sessions 1.5, 2, and 3). Summarize the protocol for the miR lab experiments using full sentences in paragraph form (do not list materials). You followed the manufacturers instructions for any kits, so you do not need to include precise volumes for each step. Concentrations, if you know them, should be included (Review the files). please include SUBHEADINGS.
REFERENCE: remember ALWAYS cite from every files I’ve uploaded in a in-text citation and full citation as well in CES style. (review the files). use 2 primary sources.
finally: please review the rubric on pages 3-5 in (Guidance.pdf), and try to meet 5 points criteria as this is used for marking. be authentic, be professional, double check your grammar and spilling.
Report example is a good example but please note that it’s from a different experiment, plus it’s super lengthy. so it’s just to give you an idea. Do not put cover page, instead put the title on the same page as the introduction page.
you need to include the candidate gene to: NPNT Gene. Accession# : NM_001184692, which plays a role in kidney development, mutations cause nephrotic syndrome in kidney when too much protein is passed in the urine.
Total mRNA length(coding sequence): 4474.
Forward Primer(5′ – 3′): GGTGGCCCAGGCAAATAGTG.
Reverse Primer(5′ – 3′): GTTGGCACACAGGCTGACAC.
Amplicon length: 114
Good luck! and Thank You

The paper should be a minimum of 6 pages in length (not including references), d

The paper should be a minimum of 6 pages in length (not including references), double-spaced, one-inch
margins, 12-point Times or Times-New Roman font, with a cover-page. Each paper should include the
incidence/prevalence of the disease, risk factors, how it is transmitted (infectious diseases), causes
(chronic diseases), symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention measures, in addition to a synthesis
of where the research currently stands on the topic, and where you think the research should go next.
These last two parts carry the highest weighting for the grade. Please note that scientific papers should
NOT include quotations – points will be deducted for any that are included. Papers will be uploaded to
Canvas and are due according to the topic you choose and which section of the course that topic
corresponds with; refer to the class schedule for specific dates. For example, infectious disease papers
will be due before the first exam, chronic disease papers will be due before the second exam, and
neurological/psychiatric illness papers will be due before the final exam. Try to choose your topic early so
that you can be pulling the scientific articles, reading, making an outline of the paper, etc., well before it
is due. You may want to self-impose some deadlines for each of these steps, and then add them to your
calendar.
Appropriate SCIENTIFIC references and citations are expected (in APA format – see below) and you are
expected to use at least 10 scientific references (websites do not count!). You will be graded on proper
spelling and grammar. Note: deductions will be made for using websites (outside of one reference for
a description of the disease or disorder). The writing center on campus is available for those who need
extra help with their writing. I recommend that all students read their papers out loud to check for
grammatical errors before turning them in.

Laboratory reports will take the format of scientific papers, but in condensed f

Laboratory reports will take the format of scientific papers, but in condensed form. Since I am asking for a mini lab report, these are the sections that you need to write:
Title
Results
Discussion
References
No need for an introduction section or a methods section!
The focus of your lab write-up should be the scientific problem addressed (Which treatments are effective for permanent deflagellation of Chlamydomonas cells?), not the technique used (again, no methods section).
Please review instructions attached in additional materials thoroughly and pay attention to what it’s asking. Message me if needed

Please write a paper that focuses on the microbiology of the HIV Virus and its r

Please write a paper that focuses on the microbiology of the HIV Virus and its resistance to possible cures on the microbiology and cell level. Please be as specific as possible when it comes to the cell level and how can civil and environmental engineering help find a possible cure to this virus. Please use the first page to introduce the HIV virus and some history and data of that virus and AIDS.
This paper aims not to bring awareness of HIV but rather to discuss the microbiology of the virus and why it keeps resisting any cure. Utilize Bloom’s taxonomy to get inspiration for language to use in your outcome statement: https://cft.vanderbilt.edu/guides-sub-pages/blooms-taxonomy/
Develop a systematic process for searching the literature using a Boolean string of search terms and an appropriate database. This process should be repeatable, and your report should describe the process well enough for someone else to be able to perform the search and find the same results you found. You may refer to the following articles for further reading,
Khan, K. S., Kunz, R., Kleijnen, J., Antes, G. (2003). Five steps to conducting a systematic review. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 96(3), 118-121. https://dx.doi.org/10.1258%2Fjrsm.96.3.118 (Links to an external site.)
Pullin, A. S., Stewart, G. B. (2006). Guidelines for systematic review in conservation and environmental management. Conservation Biology, 20(6), 1647-1656. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1523-1739.2006.00485.x (Links to an external site.)
Okoli, C., & Schabram, K. (2010). A guide to conducting a systematic literature review of information systems research. Available at SSRN: http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.1954824 (Links to an external site.)
Strukelj, E. (2018). Writing a systematic literature review. JEPS Bulletin, Available at: https://blog.efpsa.org/2018/01/03/writing-a-systematic-literature-review/
Would you mind avoiding news articles unless they are a secondary source of information and cite scientific research into their text? No more than two news articles are to be noted in this research paper. Please note that you may NOT use more than two resources outside the united states, Canada and the European Union. At least three sources MUST be from the United States of America. I suggested 8 sources to be cited but please feel free to use as many sources as possible in your paper and PowerPoint.
You must make your presentation interactive, meaning that you should plan for one short activity that involves audience participation, to help your audience learn the concepts being presented. Your references should be cited on your final slide or on the final page of your lecture notes, and they should be formatted according to APA style: https://guides.lib.unc.edu/citing-information/apa-sample.

Develop an outline for your proposal to the board. The project proposal outline

Develop an outline for your proposal to the board. The project proposal outline is intended to structure your plan for delivering your presentation. This outline will inform the components of your course project as well as the appropriate order of presentation.
Typically, many of the project’s key stakeholders (like your Board) are not fully aware of the full nature of the project. This is your opportunity to prepare them in advance of your presentation.
Your outline should include the following:
Explain the project plan to key stakeholders and discuss its key components. Like a roadmap, it provides the direction for the project. The project plan is the major work product from the entire planning process, so it contains all the planning documents for the project.
Define roles and responsibilities. Not all key stakeholders will review all documents, so it is necessary to determine who on the project needs to approve which parts of the plan. Project sponsors (who will approve the plan), end-users ( and others involved should be identified and defined.)
Develop a Scope Statement. The Scope Statement is the foundation for the rest of the project. It describes the project and is used to get common agreement among the stakeholders about the scope. The Scope Statement clearly describes what the outcome of the project will be. It is the basis for getting the buy-in and agreement from the sponsor and other stakeholders and decreases the chances of miscommunication. The Scope Statement should include Project objectives, stating what will occur within the project to solve the business problem, the benefits of completing the project, as well as the project justification.
Analyze project quality and risks. The emphasis on project quality is on preventing errors, rather than inspecting the product at the end of the project and then eliminating errors. Project quality also recognizes that quality is a management responsibility and needs to be performed throughout the project. A risk is an event that may or may not happen, but could have a significant effect on the outcome of a project if it were to occur. For example, there may be a 50% chance of a significant change in sponsorship in the next few months. Analyzing risks includes making a determination of both the probability that a specific event may occur and if it does, assessing its impact.
Your proposal outline should be concise and stick to the details of your proposal.
Organization:
https://www.biminisharklab.com/
Reading Materials:
https://scholars.fhsu.edu/alj/vol4/iss4/5/

5.4 Proposals

What should be included in a letter of inquiry?


http://www.npguides.org/guide/inquiry_letter.htm

Social media often relies on a visual demonstration of information in quick visu

Social media often relies on a visual demonstration of information in quick visual bites. Select an infographic campaign that you believe does a good job of conveying information clearly and in such a way that communicates a clear message. Identify which elements of the infographic help to convey the message and which elements detract. Does the infographic reflect the organization it represents? What visual elements help you identify the owner/organization? Is the graphic linear or is there a different approach to illustrating the information?
Post a link to the infographic as well as you’re analysis below. Remember to cite relevant source material from your readings. When you cite other work, you must include a reference list.

An executive summary is a brief overview at the beginning of your proposal. It i

An executive summary is a brief overview at the beginning of your proposal. It is intended to grab the reader’s attention, and summarize critical information regarding your company (The Bimini Shark Lab, https://www.biminisharklab.com/) overview and upcoming short-term and long-term goals. Ultimately, the executive summary is meant to inform readers of the most important information in your proposal, so they don’t have to read it all and can get caught up quickly. Your executive summary should include the name, location, and mission of your organization, a description of your organization, including management, advisors, and brief history, the organization’s mission and target population, financial considerations (special projects that might need assistance, etc.).
Because your Board members are busy leaders, your Executive Summary should be no more than 2 pages.