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Articles about gene

Technology
by Wiesarc
9 years ago
Barriers in Gene Therapy

Barriers in Gene Therapy Gene therapy is an advanced science and requires an incredible amount of expertise and knowledge and science before it. The following are a few problems that are currently being encountered and battled with. ...

Technology
by Wiesarc
9 years ago
Gene Therapy

Gene Therapy Introduction As humans, we all carry defective or mutated genes that we developed or were passed down from our parents, subsequently we pass them onto our own children as well. We may not be affected or even aware of our gene mutations,...

Technology
by Dr_E
9 years ago
The Workings of Evolution

Photo by Biggles 621

Two male rabbits, Peter and Robert live in a warren. A fox chases Robert but Robert runs faster than the fox and gets away. The next day the fox chases Peter. Peter...

Technology
by Wiesarc
9 years ago
Ethics of Gene Therapy

Ethics of Gene Therapy. Gene therapy is a powerful science that allows humans to change the fundamental building blocks of their bodies and minds. Consequently there are many moral and ethical considerations to be taken into account, as well as laws and boundaries set for this...

Health
by freelancer
8 years ago
Is autism genetic?

Article exploring the genetic causes of autism.

Entertainment
by askformore
7 years ago
Gene Autry-The Singing Cowboy

He was born Orvon Grover Autry in 1907.You may know him better by his name Gene Autry. Gene Autry is one of the most personable cowboy icons of all-time. Many times when people think of a “singing cowboy” Gene Autry is the first and only name that comes to...

Beauty
by weianow
8 years ago
Why Does Hair Darken With Age

This article briefly explains why light hair naturally darkens with age in simplistic terms.

Health
by Wiesarc
9 years ago
Hemophilia: Description, Symptoms and Genetics

Overview Hemophilia is an inherited genetic disorder that is most prevalent among men and causes an inability to form blood clots. This results in prolonged or unstoppable bleeding [external and internal], and in severe cases can be spontaneous. Hemophilia can be detected from a very early age...

Lifestyle
by DebW07
7 years ago
Mom Genes

You've heard of "Mom jeans" but have you heard of "Mom genes?" They do exist; find out what they are and if every mother has them.

Technology
by Wiesarc
9 years ago
How Gene Therapy Works

Firstly, scientists must know which gene or genes are mutated, altered or missing. They must then form an acceptable replacement and insert it into the patient's body. There are a number of ways to do this.

Ex Vivo
This is a process where problem tissue is removed and subjected to...

Sports
by flippomendes
8 years ago
Gene Stallings - One of the Football Greats

Eugene Clifton Stallings (Gene Stallings) was a Junction Boy and proud to be. He 'survived' the famous Bear Bryant's 10-day football camp in the summer of 1954, one of the worst Texas drought years on record. As a legendary coach himself, Bear Bryant taught boys like Gene to become great men.

Technology
by Wiesarc
9 years ago
Types of Genetic Disorders

Introduction There are 4 different kinds of genetic disorders that affect different parts of the body and its cells. The type of disorder will determine distinctly the type of treatment necessary. Much research has been done to discover causes, effects and functioning of all...

Lifestyle
by Lisa Dorothy
8 years ago
The Apprentice US season 10, episode 1

The show we chose to watch was The Apprentice US, season 10 episode 1. There were two groups, split into men and women, and we chose to observe the men, namely Team Octane. The members were Alex, Annand, Stuart, Wade, Gene, James, Clint and...

Technology
by yenyee
5 years ago
Studying Life, In The Laboratory

Animals have been used in the field of research for many years, and have aid us in the quest to understand ourselves better. This article introduces some of the species that are commonly used in research.

Health
by FrisArvz
11 years ago
Genetic Mutation Speeds Up Fat Breakdown

Genetic mutations generally have negative effects, but a recent study has found that an abnormality in the apoC-III gene could lower a person's risk of heart disease and improve the breakdown of fat.

Usually, when genetic mutations are mentioned, people view them in a negative light. Genetic abnormalities are...

Technology
by JudyE
9 years ago
Genetic Diseases Affecting Quarter Horses

Many diseases are genetic. The Quarter horse, along with other breeds, has several diseases which are passed on from parent to offspring. As diagnostic methods improve and knowledge is gained, testing will become easier and more readily available resulting in fewer manifestations of these conditions.

Lifestyle
by Jak2010
10 years ago
Genes, Theology, and Social Ethics: Are we playing God?

What drives all science? First motive is namely, the need to know and second is to identify the genetic basis for the 4 000 or so genes that are suspected to be responsible for the inherited diseases and prepare way for...

Health
by DoctorZeus
9 years ago
Using High-Throughput Sequencing Technology for mRNA and DNA Sequencing

Using mRNA in DNA Sequencing This article looks at the usage and development of messenger Ribonucleic Acid (mRNA) in DNA or gene sequencing. In particular, it will discuss DNA sequencing technology and software and...

Lifestyle
by Jak2010
10 years ago
The Human Genome Project

The Human Genome Project (HGP) endeavors to analyze the human genes so that deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA) are sequenced and catalogued for identification of their biological functions and uses in the field of medical research and therapy.

Technology
by rfcamat
8 years ago
Difference between Law of Segregation and Law of Independent Assortment

Learn the differences between Mendel's law of segregation and law of independent assortment and how they affect inheritance.

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