genetic material


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ge·net·ic ma·te·ri·al

the carrier of hereditary information; in higher organisms it is duplex DNA.

genetic material

A term defined by the Convention on Biological Diversity (1993) as any material of plant, animal, microbial or other origin containing functional units of heredity.
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In conjunction, the company's newly granted European patent, which has been assigned the No 2419144, provides coverage for loading of exogenous genetic material into exosomes as well as targeted exosome-mediated delivery to tissues and organs of interest.
And the new technique meant she could keep her genetic material.
According to the man, he did not know it was illegal to take genetic material abroad and had been asked by an 'acquaintance' to deliver the frozen samples to a Chinese who would meet him in Shanghai.
Efforts are underway to identify all remains located at the site of the Athalassa psychiatric hospital, but there are difficulties because information on the genetic material is not sufficient.
'Out of about 200 members, many SAP companies are conducting basic seed research for developing genetic material,' he said.
This method involves delivering genetic material into the cells using viruses, as they are very efficient, however, this practice does come with risks, namely a possibility for cancer later on or adverse responses from the body.
[2] Such regulation pertaining to biological material capable of yielding genetic material within the NHA portrays a sense of exclusive property rights from donor to donee, the latter being a researcher, doctor, or research institute, for example.
In a successful approach, I researchers use specialized viruses I to deliver genetic material to cells.
PCR detected the presence of FHV genetic material in 12 samples, while IHC was positive in only two.
It contains a live VHD virus where the disease causing component of the genetic material has been removed.
Neither humans nor chimps shuffle genetic material randomly across the genome.