designer gene


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designer gene

n.
A gene modified or created by genetic engineering.
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A ‘modular’ sequence of nucleotides synthesised by phosphoramidite chemistry and assembled into a desired gene
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Topics discussed include male pregnancy and disability in "Bloodchild," disability effects in the movies, Spider-Man's designer genes and transhumanism, and William Bigson's Pattern Recognition.
Now Mairi is the project leader of its follow-up, Don't Stop Me Now, after her suggestion of the upbeat Queen song accompanying video clips of people with Down Syndrome showcasing themselves and their favourite activities proved a winner among members of Facebook group Designer Genes.
SHREWSBURY, Sat, Dec 8 Remarks: Hereford Cattle Society's 3rd annual Designer Genes Sale.
The video racked up 230 million views on social media and was created by parents from the group Designer Genes, who filmed themselves and their kids singing and using sign language to Christina Perri's song A Thousand Years in their cars.
The mums are all part of a Facebook group known as Designer Genes created for parents who have a child with Down's Syndrome born in 2013/14.
Records tumbled at the Hereford Cattle Society's second Annual Designer Genes Sale held at Shrewsbury Auction Centre.
Sharon praised the services available in Gateshead but could not stress how much she had learned online from Facebook groups like 'Designer Genes' and the 'Future of Downs'.
"We are at a truly transformative point in neuroscience," says Bass, "where the use of designer genes gives us unprecedented ability to control the brain.
Showcasing '50s fashion along with Katalin was Julian Cobonpue, whom we realized must have gotten some of his dad Kenneth's designer genes when, upon being given a varsity jacket to try on at the fittings and being told that he was in the '50s segment, replied: "That explains the jacket."
Among his topics are from Jack beans to designer genes, methods for studying enzymatic reactions, hydrolytic and group transfer enzymes, enzymatic carbon-carbon bond formation, isomerases, and non-enzymatic biological catalysis.
Cryptococcus neoformans: a sugar-coated killer with designer genes. Immunology and Medical Microbiology, v.45, p.395-402, 2005.