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When viruses invade, bacteria sends out enzymes to cut apart the virus' genetic code.
An alternate way to get artificial amino acids into proteins is to alter the genetic code read by the tRNA molecules.
Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health, explains how mapping the human genetic code has advanced medicine.
Bringing data to bear on enduring problem The finding is fresh evidence of what scientific research can accomplish with the massive collections of information generated in the 14 years since the mapping of the human genetic code.
Basic fairness is probably written into our genetic code.
Who knows — some ultra-intelligent alien being may discover it in the future, and use your genetic code to reanimate a race of humans on a distant planet.
For the first time, scientists could piece together the complete sequence of an individual’s genetic code — the 3 billion letters of DNA that make up the human genome — for little more than the cost of a smartphone.
Nothing’s quite ready for use in actual patients, but the reports show there’s more than one way to fix a broken genetic code.
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