genetic engineering

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Synonyms for genetic engineering

the technology of preparing recombinant DNA in vitro by cutting up DNA molecules and splicing together fragments from more than one organism

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The Nova Biogenetics research and development strategy is targeted at providing short-term (i.
The principals of BioGenetics Capital include a prominent South East Asian-based family with a proven track record in the development and commercialization of healthcare services in the South East Asian region.
ATLANTA -- Nova BioGenetics (OTC: NVBG), a USA Atlanta-based antimicrobial company, announces Soilbind Limited, a United Kingdom-based company, will be incorporating Nova's antimicrobial technology into a wide range of unique applications for the 'Agriculture and Construction' market sectors.
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Biomarkers, biogenetics and functional imaging is also part of the explorative profile.
While a direct motivation for Nietzsche's writing On the Genealogy of Morality was his one-time friend Paul Ree's book, The Origin of Moral Sensations (1877), in which Ree applies Darwin's theory of evolution to morality, (12) it was zoologist Ernst Haeckel, a pioneer of biogenetics and arguably the most influential social Darwinist in 19th-century Germany, whose ideas most greatly impacted German racial biology.
Referring to the principle of gene mutation in biogenetics, mutation happens to some positions of some individuals with the possibility of Pm.
2[degrees] Yet other theorists--who could be described as posthumanist feminist thinkers, such as Donna Haraway, Teresa de Laure-tis, and Sadie Plant, perceive biogenetics as an opportunity to challenge the myth of biological humanism and liberate women from their traditional role as "a deficient version of humanity which is already male.
By the time that a technical system such as, for example, biogenetics has been developed in the sub-political dark sphere and has started to promise financial profit, it is already too late to discuss its ethical implications and consequences.
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Indeed, West Central's Stroburg noted that the cooperative has a 20person internship program that includes exposure to the new field of biogenetics.
will not receive a 1099 from BioGenetics Corporation because we are