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bioengineer

(bī′ō-ĕn′jə-nîr′)
tr.v. bioengi·neered, bioengi·neering, bioengi·neers
To develop (a device or organism) by means of bioengineering.
n.
A person who engages in bioengineering.
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After successfully generating fully formed human esophageal organoids -- which grew to a length of about 300-800 micrometers in about two months -- the bioengineered tissues were compared biochemically to esophageal tissues from patient biopsies.
Although malaria patients benefit from bioengineered drugs, activists are concerned because bioengineered artemisinin will displace thousands of Asian and African subsistence farmers who cultivate the plant.
A post-activity survey consisting of four forced-choice items was also administered, and this required the participants to indicate what they had noted about the biographies of the female bioengineers in terms of:
Crossing Yd2 plants with bioengineered ones may supplement resistance, says Phil Bregitzer of the ARS National Small Grains Germplasm Research Facility in Aberdeen, Idaho.
Researchers indicate they observed this crosstalk during development of mouse liver cells, natural human liver cells and in their bioengineered livers.
The first professional organizations for bioengineers were formed just before these events; during their early phases they focused on promoting the development, application, and exchange of technical information.
At the same time, nonlinearity is the source of much of the wealth of possibilities for genetic circuits, says Jeff Hasty, a bioengineer at the University of California, San Diego.
In viewing the world through the lens of physics, bioengineers not only provide mechanical answers but also reveal the limits of purely biological answers.
The rules say that foods which are "bioengineered" or contain bioengineered ingredients are required to disclose that fact on their labels, using text, a new symbol, an electronic or digital link, or a text message prompt.
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In 2016, Congress passed the National Bioengineered Food Disclosure Law, which required the U.S.