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Updated on June 21, 2021 by healthlines
If the risk of a catastrophic accident involving nuclear weapons is greater than most people realize, the risk of a catastrophic laboratory mishap – accidental or deliberate – is far greater still. The Delta variant first appeared in… Read More
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Updated on July 25, 2021 by healthlines
An eight-week gap seems to be the sweet spot for tackling the Delta variant. There is limited data available on how long protection from current Covid-19 vaccine doses lasts and whether an additional booster dose would be beneficial… Read More
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Updated on June 13, 2021 by healthlines
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
Category: English, Health, Medication, Tech, Worldwide Tags: aids, bacteria, biology, biomarkers, cancer, clinical trials, cloning, covid-19, crispr, design, disease, dna, dogma, drugs, genetic tech, genome, immune system, influenza, mrna, nano, nr.naslagwerk/reference, pandemic, pcr, protein, research, rna, safety, sars-cov-2, synthesis, vaccines, viral, virus, yeast
Updated on June 1, 2021 by healthlines
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
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Updated on May 31, 2021 by healthlines
Mensen zijn dus veelal nieuwsgierig naar informatie om de onplezierige staat van onzekerheid te verminderen, en de verlossing van die onzekerheid kan je als een speciale vorm van beloning zien. Intellectual Property for fighting Covid-19 should be waived,… Read More
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