Tag: genome

Body

For some a Covid-19 toe is painless, but the rash can be extremely sore and itchy, with tender blisters and swelling. Temporal trends revealed a marked worldwide reduction in transplant activity during the first three months of the… Read More

Longevity

Little evidence that social restrictions during the pandemic have added to rates of death and ill-health. As we age our telomeres, the end caps of the chromosomes shorten. Preserve telomeres and thus reduce aging. The first time that… Read More

Future

Whether it’s reviving old trends or starting new ones, TikTok is where Gen Z sets the tone for what’s cool. The climate and the biodiversity summit, which equal climate change as an existential crisis. Amazon’s strategy depends on… Read More

Cloning

Cloning involves the synthesis of DNA from mRNA.  Making DNA from RNA: reversal of the central dogma. Covid-19 vaccine success kicks off mRNA revolution. Whether cloned viruses will ultimately help quash the current pandemic is anyone’s guess. As for… Read More

Genome

Why genetic sequencing is key to tracking Covid-19. Know thine enemy! What happens when sequencers find a variant? How does sequencing help against Covid-19? You can’t fix what you don’t measure is a maxim in the business world…. Read More

Covid-19 vs Griep

RSV (respiratory syncytial virus) is usually more common in the fall, winter, and spring. But this year, infections have surged over the summer. A surge in children diagnosed with a combination of Covid-19 and respiratory syncytial virus. Griepvaccins… Read More

Dogs

Life can be so hard and every day a grind. The animals are here to help if we let them. The trend for feeding dogs raw food may be fuelling the spread of antibiotic resistant-bacteria. Cats, especially those… Read More

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