What’s a genome, and what does it mean that human genes cannot be patented?
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Cytozine is that Guadnine as thyosine is to allenine as to phynoallenine. I am not sure of spelling but i am sure of the match up. that was 10th grade biology, I learned it in 1965, what do you remember
yeah were part human and alian , in other words a bitzer that why were strange!
The real beauty of this graphic is that it leads us to learning more. Have you begun to explore the field of Epi-genetics, yet? Check out Bruce H. Lipton’s posts for more information.
We need to find out why our chromosome are not copied correctly when our cells divide. Or why if initially the chromosome that are misspelled from our parents is not corrected after dividing?
David Roberts There’s a misunderstanding that all* errors (sometimes considered mutations) will lead to inefficient proteins or disease. However, sometimes the variation has no effect or has a minor chance of giving advantages—the evolution, maybe immunity to killer diseases.
With all the advances in technology I think maybe I should patent myself just in case. There can be only one…
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