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Life with DNA

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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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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Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is a medical condition that affect many of women of early age. PMS can cause a variety of physical and psychological symptoms that occur just before your menstrual period. Up to 80% of menstruating women experience PMS symptoms that are anxiety, irritability, vomiting, fatigue, and depression. PMS …

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Although global incidences of gastric disease have increased continually, there are limited adequate models for stomach study. Recently, scientists have generated human stomach tissue from pluripotent stem cell in vitro at Cincinnati Children Hospital Medical Center. It is called the fundus which produce stomach’s acid and digest hormones. They …

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