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Sweet Gene - Poem

Sweet Gene,
so sincere.
Honest.
A pillar of society.

Green grass,
Picket fence.
Warm heart,
helping hands.

Tears.
Tears.
So many tears.
Crocodile tears?

Screen Actors Guild. 53 more words

Poems

Same Title, Different Song

I’ve not done one of these for a while, but since my recent post about the music featured in the BBC dram series The A Word… 141 more words

Same Title, Different Song

MISSION 2101

Humans are driven by the technology. Living without gadget is quite impossible. Based on the human needs computers are converted and transformed from desktop to palmtop.  593 more words

Comparative study of three C1q domain containing proteins from pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas

C1q domain containing proteins (C1qDCs) are a family of proteins containing a globular head C1q domain (ghC1q) in C-terminus, which serve as pattern recognition receptors (PRRs) and mediate a series of immune responses. 284 more words

Publications

Fell out of the Saddle

Unfortunate news to post. Due to some shortcomings in the testing process, a compounding delay problem was present that the team wasn’t aware of that caused an echo that became worse over time. 196 more words

Basementcast

The Gene: An Intimate History by Siddhartha Mukherjee

The Gene maps the peaks and valleys of genetic discoveries. It takes you through exciting discoveries of cures to genetic disorders, and reminds you of when genetics can be used against people. 304 more words

Science

This Hospital Biohacked a Patient for the First Time. Here's What That Means for the Future

(Source: www.inc.com)

This week, for the first time, a hospital edited the genes of a patient, to cure him, one hopes. Forty-four-year-old Brian Madeux of Phoenix got an infusion of gene-editing liquid at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland this week, as… 927 more words

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