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    Increasing The Diversity of Life: The DOE’s Genome Project

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    Bioelectricity In Regrown Worm Heads Teaches Body Part Regeneration

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    Controlling Schistosomiasis Parasites By Learning How To Kill Snails

    Controlling Schistosomiasis Parasites By Learning How To Kill Snails Delving into the depths of newly published science in the field of biotechnology, welcome to Bioscription. There are far more dangerous and lethal diseases out there than one usually thinks about. Gruesome conditions brought on by bacteria, viruses, and, often the most directly disgusting of all, […] More

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    Bacteria-Eating Amoeba Effective Against Antibiotic-Resistant Biofilms

    Bacteria-Eating Amoeba Effective Against Antibiotic-Resistant Biofilms Delving into the depths of newly published science in the field of biotechnology, welcome to Bioscription. Biofilms are an ingenious evolutionary creation, but one that gives us humans a lot of trouble in fighting bacteria. Film Development Originally, there was no real need for bacteria to clump together in […] More

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    Preventing Food Poisoning With An Old Biopesticide

    Preventing Food Poisoning With An Old Biopesticide Delving into the depths of newly published science in the field of biotechnology, welcome to Bioscription. Food poisoning is an ongoing problem in the food supply line around the world. Even in the cleanest and most stringent of countries, outbreaks of illness still occur every now and then […] More

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    New Technique Allows Development Of Better Vaccines Against Yellow Fever

    New Technique Allows Development Of Better Vaccines Against Yellow Fever Delving into the depths of newly published science in the field of biotechnology, welcome to Bioscription. Yellow fever is one of those diseases that you really want to avoid contracting. But for 200,000 people every year, they don’t receive that option. A Yellow Condition The […] More

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    Uncovering The Small Syringe That Bacteria Use To Attack Your Cells

    Uncovering The Small Syringe That Bacteria Use To Attack Your Cells Delving into the depths of newly published science in the field of biotechnology, welcome to Bioscription. When discussing pathogens infecting cells, we often turn to discussing viruses. But bacteria also have their methods of infection and one of those ways involves injecting toxic compounds […] More

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    Gluten-Free Diets May Contribute To Type II Diabetes Risk

    Gluten-Free Diets May Contribute To Type II Diabetes Risk Delving into the depths of newly published science in the field of biotechnology, welcome to Bioscription. It’s best just to start off with the most basic, blatant information about gluten and claims of reactions to it, before we get into today’s study. Debunking Some Pseudoscience Unless […] More

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    MARGI Tool Allows For Full Understanding Of The Human Genome

    MARGI Tool Allows For Full Understanding Of The Human Genome Delving into the depths of newly published science in the field of biotechnology, welcome to Bioscription. The Human Genome Project, a proposal to sequence the entirety of the human genome and all of its nucleotides, was completed in April of 2003. While there are still […] More

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    The New Smallest Version of CRISPR-Cas9 Has Been Discovered

    The New Smallest Version of CRISPR-Cas9 Has Been Discovered Delving into the depths of newly published science in the field of biotechnology, welcome to Bioscription. The other day on Bioscription, we discussed the South Korean Institute for Basic Science (IBS) and their work with CRISPR-Cpf1 in soybeans. Today, the same organization has released a study […] More

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    Antibiotic Resistance To One Antibiotic May Cause Multi-Drug Resistance

    Antibiotic Resistance To One Antibiotic May Cause Multi-Drug Resistance Delving into the depths of newly published science in the field of biotechnology, welcome to Bioscription. Antibiotic resistance continues to be a growing problem in medicine. While overuse of antibiotics plays its role, the general fact of population and usage over time lends itself to the […] More

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    Scientists create a biorobotic diode to treat degenerative diseases

    Scientists create a biorobotic diode to treat degenerative diseases Delving into the depths of newly published science in the field of biotechnology, welcome to Bioscription. What do the terms biorobotics and biocomputing mean to you? For some of you in the know, you may think to bring up the research to design robotic systems that […] More

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