Dr Tedros emphasized that countries should not allow any further work on human germline genome
editing in human clinical applications until the technical and ethical implications have been properly considered.
To enhance the development of a global governance framework for human genome
editing, the Committee will undertake online consultations and in-person engagement.
Les 18 membres du comite ont egalement annonce une consultation en ligne sur la gouvernance de l'edition du genome
, selon un communique publie jeudi par l'agence de sante de l'ONU.
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Dubai: Scientists from the Mohammad Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences (MBRU) conducted the first whole genome
sequencing in the UAE.
Their approach identifies extensive genetic variation in the fruit fly genome
that have previously escaped discovery.
can be viewed as a kind of musical score.
CRISPR will account for the largest technology segment in the genome
editing/genome engineering market in 2017.
On average, a single staph genome
encodes 2,800 genes.
These reports mark the culmination of the 1000 Genomes
Project, which found more than 99% of variants in the human genome
that occur at a frequency of at least one percent in the populations studied.
Knome was co-founded in 2007 by geneticist and Harvard professor George Church, who recognised a substantial need for genome
interpretation technology as the cost of sequencing was rapidly decreasing.
The quest for the $1,000 genome
sequence began in December 2001 at the National Human Genome
Research Institute's scientific retreat.
Riyadh: Md RasooldeenKing Abdullah International Medical Research Center (KAIMRC) announced in a statement on Sunday the details of the first Saudi human genome
study on a section of the local population.
The team developed a high-quality annotated zebrafish genome
sequence to compare with the human reference genome
The complex wheat genome
was unscrambled by a British-led team of international researchers who analysed more than 90,000 genes.