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(752) CSI Genome: From Neanderthals to superhumans? | SRF Sternstunde Philosophie - YouTube
https://www.wired.co.uk/article/future-crispr-babies-gene-editing - Science is racing to stop another CRISPR baby from being born As the world grapples with the first gene-edited babies, questions are being raised about where we go next. &! https://futurism.com/the-byte/gene-editing-mutated-animals-crispr - MUTATED ANIMALS SHOW WHY GENE EDITING ISN’T READY FOR HUMAN TRIALS
CRISPR  genome  China  philosophy  medicine  epigenetics  genetics  ethics  moral  morality  evolution  god  HIV  AIDS  complexity  complex  gene  edit  deletion  interaction  Science  safety 
december 2018 by asterisk2a
'Superhero DNA' keeps diseases at bay
Large numbers of studies have tried to understand these mutations by looking at people who become ill.
But the international team of researchers tried the opposite approach - searching for people harbouring damaging mutations but who remain healthy. [...] "Study the healthy, don't just study the sick."
However, this is where the tantalising story ends. The scientists were unable to go out and find the lucky 13 because of the consent rules signed when their DNA sample was taken.
It means they do not know what is protecting them against disease. [...] "Because of the inability to confirm the source or validity of the variants and the inability to recontact the individuals, this paper does not constitute a proof of principle," [ means they have to do a large-scale study especially for this kind of research ]
genetics  epigenetics  medical  advances  DNA  DNA  damage  telomerase  telomere  telomeres  Genome  sequencing  genomics  23andme 
april 2016 by asterisk2a
Age of menopause 'controllers' found - BBC News
Damage corrected. Comparing the DNA of nearly 70,000 women allowed the researchers to identify the differences between those starting the menopause early and late. The team at Exeter and Cambridge universities showed that at least two repair mechanisms were involved. The first is used when the eggs are being formed and the woman's DNA is being broken, rearranged and repaired. The second corrects damage, caused by factors such as smoking or alcohol, throughout a woman's life. Both would influence the number of viable eggs a woman has. //&! Whole-Food Plant-Based Diet repairs DNA and telomere shorten slower. It is an anti-ageing diet. Period. - nutritionfacts.org/?s=DNA
telomere  DNA  epigenetics  genetics  premature  ageing  ageing  anti-ageing  Whole-Food  Plant-Based  Diet  carnism  omnivore  Standard  American  Diet  anti-inflammatory  inflammation  chronic  low-grade  inflammation  Western  pattern  dieting  sedentary  lifestyle  lifestyle  lifestyle  medicine  active  lifestyle  medical  profession  medical  research  medical  advances  genome 
september 2015 by asterisk2a
Why Bio is the New Digital - Joi Ito keynote - YouTube
biotech advances are faster than Moore's Law. / future is to make a brain/cell like computer & storage, turns out bio is much better than silicon!
Genome  sequencing  biotechnologie  biotechnology  biology  Silicon  Valley  medical  research  medical  advances  Moore's  Law  technological  history  technological  progress  economics  of  abundance  marginal  cost  material  design  industrial  design  synthetic  biology  computational  design 
july 2015 by asterisk2a
Early Twitter Vets Launch Color Genomics To Make Genetic Screenings For Breast Cancer Affordable | TechCrunch
So Laraki and Gil’s new company, Color Genomics, focuses on bringing the costs of screenings down to $249. “For every one woman that our competitors can test, we can test 10 women for the same price,” Gil said. Competitor Myriad Genetics, which famously lost a case at the U.S. Supreme Court in 2013 over whether it had a patent on the BRCA genes and thereby a monopoly on testing around them, charges roughly $4,000.
NHS  BRCA-1  BRCA-2  Moore's  Law  genome  epigenetics  cancer 
april 2015 by asterisk2a
Cancer research: Take five | The Economist
technology and its exponential growth leads to advances in cancer research and possible treatments ...
technology  genome  research  DNA  cancer 
january 2012 by asterisk2a
Richard Resnick: Welcome to the genomic revolution - YouTube
Richard Resnick shows how cheap and fast genome sequencing is about to turn health care (and insurance, and politics) upside down.
cancer  genome  sequencing  mutation  gene  healthcare  medicine  personal  chromosone  revolution  future  outlook 
september 2011 by asterisk2a

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