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Childhood Viruses and Inherited DNA
Childhood Viruses and Inherited DNA
A new study has found how a virus integrates into DNA and is passed from parent to child....
DNA and Other Life Forms
DNA and Other Life Forms
Research into the functions of DNA and RNA has shown some interesting information about early life forms....
DNA Firms and Bio Terrorism
DNA Firms and Bio Terrorism
There are fears that a terrorist could make a dangerous virus from a DNA sequence provided by a commercial company....
DNA Studies and the Evolution of Birds
DNA Studies and the Evolution of Birds
DNA can only yield important clues about human evolution but it can also provide valuable information on avian evolution, as shown in a recent study....
New Forms of DNA Fingerprinting
New Forms of DNA Fingerprinting
New methods of DNA fingerprinting are important for detecting disease more efficiently and reliably....
Non-Coding DNA in Humans
Non-Coding DNA in Humans
New research suggests that what was once considered useless, 'junk' DNA, may have actually played an important role in human evolution....
Privacy and New DNA Testing Methods
Privacy and New DNA Testing Methods
Newer types of DNA tests have brought up increased privacy concerns, particularly in the area of forensics....
Resurrecting the DNA of Extinct Animals
Resurrecting the DNA of Extinct Animals
A new experiment has resurrected the DNA of an extinct animal and used it in a mouse embryo....
The Effect of Famine on Foetal DNA
The Effect of Famine on Foetal DNA
The effects of famine on a pregnant woman can affect foetal DNA for generations....
Using DNA Testing for In Vitro Fertilisation
Using DNA Testing for In Vitro Fertilisation
DNA testing is an important screening tool for in vitro fertilisation....
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