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CRISPR-Cas9 commercial research tool technology acquired from Broad Institute will be used to build preclinical model animals and target treatment function analysis to further gene treatment research and development Macrogen, Inc. (CEO Ji-young Moon, www.macrogen.com), a precision medicine biotechnology company, announced on April 5 that it …

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Recently a notable scrutiny from the scientists regarding the development of a new Gene has struck people in a very significant way. This news of Gene variant is said to be the biggest constraint that would occur in the way of alcohol consumption and protection against it. Two scientists from …

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Elephants have some amazing genes. We all are aware that abnormal growth is often linked to cancer. People who are abnormally tall tend to be at a higher risk of cancer but the same is not true for elephants. Elephants are huge and live a long life and yet they …

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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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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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