Get flash to fully experience Pearltrees
Hace unos días en el III Bioencuentro con los medios organizado por la Fundación Genoma España y ASEBIO, nos reunimos periodistas y expertos del campo de la biotecnología para informarnos de los últimos avances del sector.
Well I can debunk several of these off the top of my head:
Every summer, on the first weekend in August, thousands of twins converge on Twinsburg, Ohio, a small town southeast of Cleveland named by identical twin brothers nearly two centuries ago.
Primary authors These authors contributed equally to this work.
Disclosure: I am long SQNM . I have been following Complete Genomics ( GNOM ) for a while now.
In 1665, Robert Hooke coined the term cell to describe the structures he could see in cork with some of the first microscopes. Since then, technology has given us an increasingly complex view of the basic unit of life. interactive explore
by Grazyna Fosar and Franz Bludorf Russian DNA Discoveries: Original version THE HUMAN DNA IS A BIOLOGICAL INTERNET and superior in many aspects to the artificial one.
Look closely: this is history in the making.
Lecture d'un arbre phylogénétique La notion d'ancêtre commun Un arbre phylogénétique est un arbre de parenté, qui permet de déterminer les groupes frères. Il est obligatoirement associé à la matrice taxons/caractères qui a permis de le construire en utilisant les principes de la méthode cladistique, et qui doit préciser les innovations évolutives qui ont permis de l'établir.
La température agit sur la condensation de l’ADN, régulant l’expression de gènes. Les plantes sont sensibles à la température, et répondent aux changements saisonniers en ajustant par exemple leur période de floraison ou leur croissance.
Cell Cycle Regulation and the Control of Cell Proliferation (Cell Growth + Cell Division)
MIT and Harvard researchers have developed technologies that could be used to rewrite the genetic code of a living cell, allowing them to make large-scale edits to the cell’s genome. Such technology could enable scientists to design cells that build proteins not found in nature, or engineer bacteria that are resistant to any type of viral infection.
DNA is the fundamental component of our genes and one of the molecules of life.
Highly infectious viral diseases -including the Plague, yellow fever, measles, smallpox and he Spanish Flu, which killed 50 million people at the end of the First World War, moving from one cell to the next, transforming each new host into a factory that makes even more virus. In this way, one infected cell soon becomes billion -that die when the host dies. Endogenous retroviruses, however, once they infect the DNA of a species they become part of that species: they reside within each of us, carrying a record that goes back millions of years. Molecular battles of endogenous retroviruses that raged for thousands of generations, have been defeated by evolution. These viral fragments are fossils that reside within each of us, carrying a record that goes back millions of years.
Epi-génétique et super-aliments