Research: AI designs synthetic DNA for drug development of the future

With the help of artificial intelligence, researchers at Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, have succeeded in designing synthetic DNA that controls cell protein production. Technology can contribute to the development and production of vaccines, medicines for severe diseases, as well as alternative food proteins faster and at much lower costs than they are today. How … Read more

Uta’s dad wrote a book inspired by a son with a rare genetic disorder

Cameron and Hannah Bell, with their son Samuel, who has a rare genetic disorder called Trisomy 9p. Cameron says he was inspired to write a book that describes the perspective of someone who, like Samuel, suffers from a life-altering genetic disorder. (Photo by Megan Stallings) Estimated reading time: 4-5 minutes DRAPER – When Cameron Bell … Read more

The researchers found repeat gene duplications and genetic diversity in protein kinase R in mouse-eared bats

1) for each codon (axis x ). Red bars indicate sites with a BEB >0.95. The numbers in parentheses are the total species analyzed. Antivirals: herpes virus US11, influenza A virus (IAV) NS1A, smallpox virus E3 and K3 (green striped boxes), hepatitis C virus (HCV) NS5A, and HIV Tat, have all been reported to interact … Read more

The predictive genetic testing and genomics market is poised to skyrocket

Predictive genetic testing and genomics Genetic Testing and Genomics Market Forecasting. In addition to identifying, analyzing, and estimating new trends, this research report also examines key industry drivers, challenges, and opportunities as well as assesses competitors, geographies, types, and applications. Understanding the competitive landscape is critical to determining the required product improvements. Industries can make … Read more

Human evolution wasn’t just about the musical note, but how it was played

Duke team researchers She identified a set of human DNA sequences driving changes in brain development, digestion and immunity that appear to have evolved rapidly after our family line split from the chimpanzee lineage, but before splitting with Neanderthals. Our brains are larger, and our guts are shorter than that of our ape peers. said … Read more

Map of the ancient world flycatcher family tree

Photo: The European Robin is more closely related to the African White-browed Robin-Chat than to the Japanese Robin of East Asia, despite the close similarity in appearance between European and Japanese Robins and the sharply different plumage of the European Robin and White Robin-chat. The similarity between the two robins is an example of convergent … Read more

The Three-legged Stool for Successful Growth Processes: Climate, Agriculture, and Genetics – Part 3

This is part 3 in Three-legged stool for successful growth processes series. Click here to see Part 1 And the Here to watch Part 2. Stay tuned for Part 4, which is coming next week. Correct construction Aerobic and hydroponic systems breed plants at a very accelerated rate. The “clean room” type of building approach … Read more

Scientists provide measures of organ development

The organs in the human body contain complex networks of fluid-filled tubes and loops. They come in different shapes and their three-dimensional structures relate differently to each other, depending on the organ. During fetal development, organs develop their shape and histological structure from a simple group of cells. Because of a lack of concepts and … Read more