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Unraveling the auxin-sucrose nexus in Lily bulbil formation

Phys Dot Org 13 Jun 2024
By manipulating auxin levels and examining key sucrose metabolism genes, ... Manipulating auxin levels through chemicals or genetics can enhance bulbil formation and improve lily propagation efficiency.
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The quiet return of eugenics

The Spectator 13 Jun 2024
Here follows a non-exhaustive list of my genetic flaws ... The technology will be described with euphemisms such as ‘genetic enhancement’ or ‘genetic health’ ... It will be described with euphemisms such as ‘genetic enhancement’ or ‘genetic health’.
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Recombinant Proteins Market Size, Growth Analysis, Opportunities, Top Manufacturers, Share, Trends, Segmentation, Regional Insights, and ...

GetNews 13 Jun 2024
In 2022, the bacterial cells segment accounted for the largest share of the recombinant proteins market owing to factors such as distinctive genetic characteristics, ease of manipulation, and cost-effectiveness when compared to other systems ... Drivers.
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From genes to growth: The science behind miniature apple trees

Phys Dot Org 12 Jun 2024
Previous studies have indicated that dwarfing traits are complex and involve multiple genetic factors ... This study provides a comprehensive understanding of the genetic and molecular interactions underlying the dwarfing trait in apple rootstocks.
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Researchers publish first-of-its kind scorpion genome

Phys Dot Org 12 Jun 2024
Hilliman and Pring both work in the Yuan Lab, where Pring is researching the evolution of flower structures, specifically how bilateral flower symmetry has evolved, and Hilliman is working to manipulate flower pigmentation using genetic engineering.
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Creative Biolabs’ In Vitro Model Platform: Advancing Neural Tissue Analysis in Controlled Environments

GetNews 11 Jun 2024
This is particularly useful for studying pathophysiological processes and the impact of genetic manipulation on these processes ... Creative Biolabs' include genetically engineered animal models and the following in vitro models..
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For first time, CRISPR-based gene editing used to enhance photosynthesis

Interesting Engineering 09 Jun 2024
Through targeted interventions, this technology allows for the removal, addition, or alteration of specific sections within the DNA sequence, revolutionizing the field of genetic manipulation.
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Decoding Salvia miltiorrhiza: A molecular approach to boosting bioactive compounds

Phys Dot Org 07 Jun 2024
The dual regulatory pathways revealed by this research offer promising strategies for enhancing the production of medicinal compounds in Danshen through genetic manipulation.
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Study sheds light on how conflicting processes occur within a single cell

Phys Dot Org 07 Jun 2024
However, the Pakrasi Lab study used Cyanothece 51142—a unicellular, nitrogen-fixing bacterium that, most importantly, can be genetically manipulated.
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Opinion: Americans need COVID closure; Congress blew its chance

Chatanooga Times Free Press 07 Jun 2024
Congress blew its chance Monday to give Americans some insight into the COVID-19 pandemic that dominated our lives for years ... Virologists have effectively refuted claims that the virus could only have come about through genetic manipulation ... ....
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F.D. Flam: Americans need COVID insight. Congress blew its chance

Pioneer Press 07 Jun 2024
Congress blew its chance Monday to give Americans some insight into the COVID pandemic that dominated our lives for years ... Virologists have effectively refuted claims that the virus could only have come about through genetic manipulation ... F.D ... Carl P ... .
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Research provides genetic insights into the chrysanthemum's architectural elegance

Phys Dot Org 06 Jun 2024
The genetic mechanisms ... Silan Dai, the senior author and an expert in plant molecular genetics, says, "Our research harnesses the power of genetic inquiry to demystify and manipulate plant development.
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Advantages - and dangers - of new gene-editing technology CRISPR

The Irish Times 06 Jun 2024
CRISPR should be used to pioneer cures for diseases while upholding human dignity, but we must be extremely cautious about using it to manipulate the genetic make-up of future generations.
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Why do we send so many fish to space?

Popular Science 05 Jun 2024
It’s also a lot easier for scientists to manipulate genetics in these fish, enabling “a lot of important experiments that simply wouldn’t be possible or ethical to perform with humans,” adds van Loon.
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How Beyond Meat is trying to get its sizzle back

The Spokesman-Review 05 Jun 2024
Impossible Foods, founded by a Stanford University biochemist, makes soy-based burgers, using a bean that has been manipulated by the food industry for decades to make an assortment of products.
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