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Whole-arm fusion

whole-arm fusion

(Science: genetics molecular biology) A break in the shortest arms of two acrocentric chromosomes followed by the fusion of the long arms into a single chromosome.


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An Overview of Embryonic Stem Cells

... method for deriving human ES cells, namely, the somatic nuclear transfer, or cloning, which bypasses the need to destroy an embryo produced by the fusion of sperm and egg, which could otherwise develop to term if implanted. Difference between human ES cells and murine ES cells Human ES cells show ...

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Re: Is talent inherited?

... from bodily necessities and changes extremely slowly in response to these. What is inherited does not come from DNA evolution, but from DNA fusion and renewing. The brain, on the other hand, develops all that is needed during the lifetime, and all that is inside the brain is just a piece ...

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Re: How did endosymbionts coordinate replication?

It keeps getting better. Mitochondria don't just divide, they fuse. http://www.nature.com/scitable/topicpage/mitochondrial-fusion-and-division-14264007

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by jonmoulton
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Topic: How did endosymbionts coordinate replication?
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Re: Is talent inherited?

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by Banderi
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Topic: Is talent inherited?
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Bioinformatics Hands-On NGS Data Analysis Workshops 2014

... will train you on advanced methods of transcriptome analysis. Gero has a strong background in transcriptome analysis, finding different isoforms, fusion-transcripts or circularized RNAs. We are very excited to announce that Illumina and Pacific Biosciences, the biggest and the most innovative ...

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Mon Jul 07, 2014 2:54 pm
 
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Topic: Bioinformatics Hands-On NGS Data Analysis Workshops 2014
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