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mudabure.comScientists Are Retooling Bacteria to Cure DiseaseBy manipulating DNA, researchers are trying to create microbes that, once ingested, work to treat a rare genetic condition — a milestone in synthetic biology. Image A newborn is tested for PKU, a rare inherited blood disorder, at a hospital in California.CreditCreditSpencer Grant/Science Source In a study carried out over the summer, a group of volunteers drank a white, peppermint-ish concoction laced with billions of bacteria. The microbes had been engineered to break down a naturally occurring toxin in the blood. The vast majority of us can do this without any help. But for those who cannot, these microbes may19
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headlinehealth.comSperm Donor #2757 Was One Busy GuySperm donor #2757 sired at least 45 bundles of joy; he never dreamed they’d all grow up and find each other online | DNA tests, online registries highlight the complexity of lax sperm donor regulations | Beth Mole, ARS Technica – Half-siblings conceived with donated sperm and eggs are connecting online using DNA testing and online registries, …1
theedadvocate.orgJumpstarting Learning for Children Living in Poverty - The EdvocateSpread the loveContrary to popular belief, DNA is not a child’s destiny. IQ is not fixed. Cognitive skills can change. This is critically important in K-12 schools because of the poverty gap — the difference between a child’s chronological age and developmental age. In a healthy environment, a child’s developmental age will match his or her chronological age. In a high-risk environment, research shows that while a child’s chronological age is 5 years old, his or her developmental age is closer to 3 years old. This has a huge impact on school readiness and performance. Today, 51 percent of all …
mudabure.comEarly Results Give Hope For Human Gene Editing to Change DNABrian Madeux talks with his partner, Marcie Humphrey, at his home in New River, Ariz., on Aug. 13, 2018. Madeux was the first person in the world to participate in a gene editing attempt in his body, for the inherited disease Hunter syndrome. Early partial results from the study were released on Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2018. Matt York—AP/REX/Shutterstock (PHOENIX) — Early, partial results from a historic gene editing study give encouraging signs that the treatment may be safe and having at least some of its hoped-for effect, but it’s too soon to know whether it ultimately will succeed. The results11
mudabure.comHere's how 'Bridesmaids' star Rose Byrne tames her 'uncontrollable' hairIf you doubled over with laughter after seeing Rose Byrne in “Bridesmaids,” “Spy” or “Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising,” you know she’s armed with wit galore. But there's one thing she doesn't joke about: the importance of SPF. “Being Australian, SPF is ingrained in my DNA. I'm always in a hat. On an average day, I try to do a serum and a Kate Somerville moisturizer. Always SPF. Kiehl's does a good SPF,” said Byrne. On screen and off, Byrne is effervescent. Her current film, “Juliet, Naked,” has her playing a woman frustrated by her partner, a superfan who devotes his life to fruitless16
artforum.comHauser & Wirth to Open Its Ninth Gallery in St. Moritz, SwitzerlandHauser & Wirth has announced that it will open its third Swiss location and its ninth outpost internationally this December. The new 4,400-square-foot exhibition space, spanning three floors, will occupy the Palace Galerie, a building owned by Badrutt’s Palace Hotel in the center of St. Moritz.“Our new gallery in St. Moritz represents a return to my earliest steps into the art world and speaks to our DNA as a Swiss gallery,” Iwan Wirth, president and cofounder of Hauser & Wirth said in a statement. “I organized my first show in St. Moritz in 1987 at age seventeen, an exhibition that included1
venturebeat.comHow nucleic acid memory could be used to store data in DNAGurtej Sandhu, a senior fellow and director at memory chip maker Micron Technology, is exploring whether DNA can be a storage medium. You read that right. Sandhu believes that DNA storage, or Nucleic Acid Memory (NAM, as he calls it) could be fast and long-lasting. This is something out of science fiction. Or maybe it’s so …
heraldkeeper.comCRISPR Market 2018 Industry Trend and Forecast 2022Global CRISPR Industry Latest Report on CRISPR Market Global Analysis & 2022 Forecast Research Study Market Insights: CRISPR stands for clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats, it is a DNA sequence in bacteria. It forms the basis of the genome editing technology, CRISPR-CAS9, which allows permanent modification of genes within organisms. CRISPR also plays a vital …1
phys.orgDetangling DNA replicationDNA is a lengthy molecule—approximately 1,000-fold longer than the cell in which it resides—so it can't be jammed in haphazardly. Rather, it must be neatly organized so proteins involved in critical processes can access the information contained in its nucleotide bases. Think of the double helix like a pair of shoe laces twisted together, coiled upon themselves again and again to make the molecule even more compact.