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Human genetic research with Chinese characteristics
Researchers from Guangzhou Medical University used a gene-editing technique CRISPR to artificially induce a mutation in human cells.
Russia says new DNA tests confirm last tsar's remains
New DNA tests on the remains of the last tsar Nicholas II confirm their authenticity after exhuming them in a bid to end a dispute with the Orthodox Church.
Russia readies to exhume Tsar Alexander III in Romanov probe
Russian investigators began examining the grave of Tsar Alexander III ahead of his exhumation in a probe looking to finally identify the remains of the last tsar Nicholas II and his family.
Gibbon take: DNA study reveals king of the swingers
Scientists said they have unravelled the genetic code of the gibbon, shedding light on one of the most enigmatic members of the ape family.
Geneticists offer clues to better rice, tomato crops
Scientists laid bare the genetic codes of African rice and a type of wild tomato, data they said should help breed more resilient crops.
'Super' banana to face first human trial
A super-enriched banana genetically engineered to improve the lives of millions of people in Africa will soon have its first human trial, which will test its effect on vitamin A levels, Australian researchers said.
Goat to be cloned to treat rare genetic disorder
Scientists in Brazil have genetically modified a goat to produce milk with an enzyme to treat a rare genetic disorder, O Estado de Sao Paulo newspaper reported.
Gene interplay helps to explain dengue's spread
Complex genetic interaction between the mosquito and the virus that causes dengue fever lie at the spread of this dangerous disease.
'Cousin marriage' doubles gene risk for babies: study
First cousins who marry run twice the risk of having a child with genetic abnormalities, according to the findings of a study in the English city of Bradford, published Friday in The Lancet.
Drought-resistant wheat to appear in Kazakhstan
Two years ago we started a joint project with Australian center of functional economy and research to increase drought-resistance of our wheat: expert.
GMO may become a necessity for Kazakhstan
The climate is changing amid the global warming. GMO may become a necessity in such conditions: expert.
Kazakhstan genetics bred TBC-preventing carrots
Kazakhstan scientists managed to inject TBC germ into a root crop and create an edible vaccine.
GMO-containing goods have to be checked independently: Dariga Nazarbayeva
Dariga Nazarbayeva talked about GMO-containing goods at the round-table meeting on the draft law On regulation of genetic-engineering activities.
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