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Are you curious why dogs are friendly? Scientists say it is in their DNA. Dogs are friendly in nature and that very nature is maybe the reason why they became a part of people’s lives. Dogs are a distant cousin of the wolves, their wild counterparts. The canis lupus …

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  What does it mean to map the human genome? Humans may be 99.9 per cent similar to one another, yet the miniscule remaining percentage spells all the difference – making one drug effective for one patient and life-threatening for another. Having a map of one’s genome means …

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Gene expression is a process of converting the DNA into other useful products for the survival of the cell. Commonly, gene expression gives instruction to our DNA to be converted into a more functional product like proteins. The information in our DNA is converted into another instruction for making protein …

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There is a big question with the lifespan of men in connection to the term ‘mutation’. For many years, there has not been any concrete evidence from researches that can prove this issue right or wrong. But at present, there will be an end to all the questions with just …

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– Establishment of Genome Sequencing Industry’s First Branch in Spain, Strengthening Localization Service in Southern Europe and MENA SEOUL, South Korea– Macrogen inc. (CEO Hyon Yong Chong, www.macrogen.com) (KOSDAQ:038290), a precision medicine biotechnology company, announced on Sep 4 that it will begin providing localization service …

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