It concluded with the speculation that, depending on the stage of development of the embryo, "the newly implanted fetal material may impart a genetic imprint
on its new host, making the result at best a hybrid of both DNA ancentries.
Looking back over the century-plus of modernism we find both a development and a sense of recurrence, as would be appropriate to a genetic imprint
This methodology uses a patient's genetic imprint
and other critical histological dynamics central to a disease's incidence, such as lifestyle and environmental factors.
The first is that it's punctuated by dramatic and discrete climate-driven dispersal events, and the second is that the opportunistic mating between the two species as their ranges overlapped has left a strong genetic imprint
, according to the research summary on Current Biology's website.
Although the underlying cause is unknown, our theory is that altered birth conditions could cause a genetic imprint
in the immune cells that could play a role later in life.
The journey continues to Tamil Nadu, where the latest DNA research takes him to a village in which everyone still bears the genetic imprint
of those "first Indians" who went on to populate the rest of the world.
Depending on the stage of development of the embryo, the newly implanted fetal material may impart a dominant genetic imprint
on its new host, making the result at best a hybrid of both DNA ancestries.
They have also rifled the files of everything from Bauhaus to Kraftwerk and their fingerprints are all over The Bunnymen and The Smiths but on the strength of this gig, they've a genetic imprint
of their own.
Solter suggested that the interplay between nuclear reprogramming and genetic imprints
could be explained by a simple analogy from school where the teacher writes a long string of formulas on the black board.
Scientists at the Natural History Museum in London and the Institute of Genetics at Nottingham University want to save their genetic imprints
in a "Frozen Ark" DNA bank at minus 80 deg C.