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Researchers believe analysing Coronavirus' genome could help trace and stop a second wave of infections
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Researchers believe analysing Coronavirus' genome could help trace and stop a second wave of infections

COVID-19 genome consists of a single, short strand of RNA that the virus uses to hijack its host’s cellular machinery and make copies of itself.

Wheat genome and its many mysteries decoded two decades after the human genome
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Wheat genome and its many mysteries decoded two decades after the human genome

Surprisingly, the wheat genome is, by far, the most complex genome to ever be sequenced.

Scientists decode the genome of the HIV variant found in India, expect data to be useful for controlling the disease
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Scientists decode the genome of the HIV variant found in India, expect data to be useful for controlling the disease

Because HIV exhibits huge genetic diversity, the virus undergoes frequent genomic changes and each new variant differs in its response to therapy.

Cows of the future: Florida scientists bid to create genetically-modified, heat-resistant cows which will boost beef industry
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Cows of the future: Florida scientists bid to create genetically-modified, heat-resistant cows which will boost beef industry

Scientists are developing a breed of genetically-modified 'cows of the future' that will be heat resistant and have ability to adapt to hot conditions.

Cheaper, faster DNA reader to bring promise, perils to clinics
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Cheaper, faster DNA reader to bring promise, perils to clinics

Ion Proton Sequencer will drastically reduce the speed and cost of genome-level sequencing, raising ethical, legal, and medical issues that experts are only beginning to grapple with.

Cheaper, faster DNA reader to bring promise, perils to clinics
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Cheaper, faster DNA reader to bring promise, perils to clinics

Ion Proton Sequencer will drastically reduce the speed and cost of genome-level sequencing, raising ethical, legal, and medical issues that experts are only beginning to grapple with.