We look at the wide eyes closed
The spirit came out of the bottle, the genetically modified people who are among us. A few weeks ago in Sharon, China, there were two genes born of an edible genome who appeared, according to scientific scientist Zhangwei, who led the scientific experimentation. Both twins are children of a Chinese family and a parent is a HIV recipient. An in vitro procedure guesses that AIDS viruses are resistant. The attempt to replace two mirror genes responsible for the immunological influence has been a success amongst children. In the end, there is a mix of resistance. The first human experiment is possible thanks to CRISPR / CAS9 Genetic Edge Technology.
Genetic engineering is not something new; humanity has been working for more than 50 years in the genome. The great progress in human DNA editing comes with CRISPR – a technology derived from a natural defense mechanism against bacteria and archaea. Bioengineering The discovery of Jennifer Dudna and Emmanuel Sherpatie in 2012 allows the gene to be replaced in a relatively easy and inexpensive way. With the help of the CAS9 proteins, the scissors are generated, which drives the DNA to a specific nucleotide nucleus of the RNA.
This new method can be a victory over oncological and emotional diseases that will lead to the creation of universal vaccines, which will bring great benefits to human health and survival. But it might be the key to a social order based on genetic differences (or equations), which could be the first step in creating a new race, dividing humanity into two parts. It depends on us what we will put on the border. The future of human race lies in China and United States laboratories. And Europe, the source of human knowledge, is linked to the past.
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