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The GMO lobby is misleading UK Parliamentarians on gene editing

GM Watch 28 Jan 2023
... profiling datasets, this suggests that until the plant molecular biology field is in a position to make sense of molecular profiling datasets, it should not be venturing down a route in which it manipulates the genome of plants with unintended genetic and biochemical outcomes.
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Scientists Tried to Break Cuddling. Instead, They Broke 30 Years of Research.

The Atlantic 27 Jan 2023
A new genetic study hints that prairie voles—fluffy, fist-size rodents that have long been poster children for oxytocin’s snuggly effects—can permanently partner up without it ... Researchers have yet to perfect genetic tools for voles the way they have in more common laboratory animals, such as mice.
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Artificial human skin paves the way to new skin cancer therapy

Phys Dot Org 26 Jan 2023
The artificial skin used by the researchers in the new study consists of artificial, genetically manipulated human skin cells ... Unlike mice models, the skin model, which is another word for artificial skin, allows researchers to introduce artificial genetic changes relatively ...
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An overview of the 30-year history of metabolic engineering

Phys Dot Org 25 Jan 2023
Metabolic engineering, a discipline of engineering that modifies cell phenotypes through molecular and genetic-level manipulations to improve cellular activities, has been studied since the early 1990s, and has progressed significantly over the past 30 years.
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Wuhan Collaborator EcoHealth Alliance Gets Fresh $3 Million Grant From DoD

The Liberty Beacon 25 Jan 2023
Six weeks ago the Department of Defense (DoD) awarded a $3 million grant to EcoHealth Alliance, the New York-based nonprofit which was used to funnel millions of US taxpayer dollars to the Wuhan Institute of Virology, where they collaborated to make bat coronaviruses more transmissible to humans via gain-of-function genetic manipulation.
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How mechanical tearing cuts neural connections in the fruit fly

Phys Dot Org 25 Jan 2023
Scientists from the Institute of Neuro- and Behavioral Biology at M�nster University have been studying the regulated removal of neural connections in the model system of the Drosophila fruit fly ... Researchers headed by Dr ... Using genetic manipulations, they could also decrease the morphogenetic movements, which caused defects in the pruning process.
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Humans still have the genes for a full coat of body hair

Canoe 24 Jan 2023
What genes developed to protect naked mole rats from cancer, and can they be manipulated in humans to treat or prevent the disease? What genetic changes have allowed bowhead whales to live for up to 200 years, far longer than any human, and can the knowledge be used to increase our life span?.
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NanoMosaic To Develop Novel Capture Methodologies as Dr. Abhishek Chatterjee Joins NanoMosaic Scientific Advisory Board

Victoria Advocate 24 Jan 2023
Chatterjee's lab combines elements of chemical biology, synthetic biology and virology to develop new strategies for understanding and manipulating biological processes in mammalian cells ... Chatterjee has developed various novel genetic code expansion tools to allow site-specific ...
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The Egg Shortage Reflects a Cruel, Unsustainable System

Treehugger 24 Jan 2023
This month, many grocery store shelves are nearly bare of egg cartons, with prices higher than ever. The retail price of eggs increased roughly 60% in December 2022 compared to 2021, according to a Consumer Price Index released last week ... According to The Humane League, many are bred and genetically manipulated to lay 300 eggs per year ... 2023 ... Jones.
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How long can a healthy human live?

Khaleejtimes 23 Jan 2023
The death of the world's oldest person at the age of 118 has reignited a debate that has divided scientists for centuries. is there a limit on how long a healthy human can live? ... Eric Boulanger, a French doctor specialising in the elderly, said that "genetic manipulation" could allow some people to live for 140 or even 150 years. .
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A Landmark Breakthrough in DNA Research

Truth Dig 19 Jan 2023
... to the genetic code itself ... The authors say that because it’s easier to manipulate the molecules that control epigenetic processes than to reverse DNA mutations, the work points to new avenues that focus on epigenetics rather than genetics to prevent or treat age-related damage.
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What 'alien' languages can teach us about real ones

Phys Dot Org 19 Jan 2023
This approach, sometimes called experimental semiotics, allows linguists to study language learning and evolution in a structured setting, akin to how researchers in the biological sciences use model organisms like fruit flies or mice for their easily manipulated genetic systems and fast reproductive cycles.
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Will humans go EXTINCT from the deep state's endless biotechnology experiments?

Natural News 18 Jan 2023
Genetic manipulation is a mass extinction event-in-the-making like perhaps ...
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Will humans go EXTINCT from the deep state’s endless biotechnology experiments?

GMO News 17 Jan 2023
Genetic manipulation is a mass extinction event-in-the-making like perhaps nothing else ever before seen. From genetically modified (GMO) “food” to recombinant “vaccines” – including covid injections – biotechnology is rapidly changing the world in all the wrong ways.
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Bomb Cyclones and Atmospheric Rivers: Is Someone Messing with the Weather?

GlobalResearch 17 Jan 2023
Hidden Agenda of Genetic Manipulation ... The author cogently reveals a diabolical world of profit-driven political intrigue, government corruption and coercion, where genetic manipulation and the patenting of life forms are used to gain worldwide control over food production.

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