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Aboriginal Australians.
DNA Study Reveals Aboriginal Australians are the World’s Oldest Civilization

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Smoking Damages DNA, Sometimes Permanently, says New Study

Deaminase is attached by a linker to nuclease-deficient CRISPR/Cas9. Guide RNA recognizes the DNA sequence of target genome and the deaminase modifies the base of the unwound DNA.
Researchers Develop New Genome Editing Technique that Doesn’t Splice DNA

A young woman samples freshly brewed cappuccino at Bonanza Coffee Roasters on Jan. 24, 2011, in Berlin, Germany.
Your DNA may reveal a lot about about caffeine consumption: Study

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A new and more accurate DNA testing technique has been developed by Chinese scientists.
China Discovers New Technique in Disease Detection and Breakthroughs in Cancer Research

Andrew Kirk, a malt advocate, noses a glass of whisky
Genes responsible for how the nose looks identified by researchers

Microsoft has agreed to buy 10 million strands of synthetic DNA from Twist Bioscience
Microsoft experimenting with synthetic DNA to boost storage capacity of its data centers

A health agent collects Aedes aegypti mosquito larvae in pots and plants in the Butanta residential neighborhood in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on Jan. 29, 2016.
Chinese Scientists Unlock Protein Structure of Zika Virus: Report

Semiconductor sequencing allows for a noninvasive way to detect chromosomal abnormalities.
Noninvasive Prenatal Testing Can Now Detect More Diseases with New Method

The DNA of an unborn person repeatedly failed the paternity of his 34-year-old twin brother, who was forced to become uncle of his own biological son, because he was a human chimera.
Ghost DNA of Unborn Twin Causes Chaos in the Paternity Test

The DNA of an unborn person repeatedly failed the paternity of his 34-year-old twin brother, who was forced to become uncle of his own biological son, because he was a human chimera.
Ghost DNA of Unborn Twin Causes Chaos in the Paternity Test

Two African elephants drink water in a reservoir in the Inverdoorn Game Reserve.
Elephants’ Resistance To Cancer Could Provide Ways To Protect Mankind From Pandemic: Study

Kennewick Man
DNA Study Confirms Kennewick Man Belongs To Native Americans

A DNA double helix is seen in an undated artist's illustration.
Strange Virus May Combat Human Diseases: Research

Study Claims It Is Possible To Brew Morphine
Study Claims Genetically Modified Yeast Key To Home Brewed Morphine

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