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S-a confirmat: ADN-ul modificat genetic ajunge în organismul oamenilor. Generetiile viitoare vor fi unele de mutanti de dragul monopolului alimentar al unui grup restrans?!!

Analize-studii, genetica, Lucruri de stiut, OMG/Initium  | 19 aprilie 2014 | Aciduzzul
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Ioana Florea
Public Library of Science (PLOS) a publicat un nou studiu care demonstrează că fragmentele de ADN care provin din hrană conţin gene complete care intră în sistemul circulator uman printr-un mecanism necunoscut. Există suspiciuni conform cărora cercetătorii corporaţiilor biotehnologice, precum Monsanto, au identificat deja acest mecanism şi îl folosesc cu bună ştiinţă. Studiul se bazează pe analiza a peste 1000 de eşantioane de sânge de la persoane diferite prelevate de 4 institute de cercetare independente. PLOS este o publicaţie ştiinţifică respectată, care raportează în principal despre cercetarea ştiinţifică şi medicală. Studiul pe care l-a publicat despre organismele modificate genetic (OMG) confirmă ceea ce se bănuieşte de ani de zile. citeste si comenteaza

World’s first $332,000 lab-grown burger to change the global diet

genetica, Lucruri de stiut, OMG/Initium, Otravuri alimentare  | 7 august 2013 | Aciduzzul
(4 voturi )
204 views, Fara comentarii

A Dutch scientist is offering the world’s first cultivated beef made of stem cells to taste. He believes the lab-grown meat will feed the world and help save the environment. The tasting event happens amid UN calls to invest more in food innovation. The 5-ounce burger which costs $332,000 to produce was fried and taste-tested by volunteers at an event in London on Monday, Bloomberg quotes the creator of the burger scientist Mark Post of Maastricht University. Sergey Brin, co-founder and CEO of Google, bankrolled the scientists’ project to promote animal welfare. Brin’s personal wealth is estimated by Forbes to be $22.8 billion, and he is known for an eclectic range of start-ups, from driverless cars to private space expeditions. citeste si comenteaza

Human Genes Engineered Into Experimental GMO Rice Being Grown in Kansas

Editorialele editiei, English section, genetica, Lucruri de stiut, OMG/Initium  | 25 iunie 2013 | Aciduzzul
(2 voturi )
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Unless the rice you buy is certified organic, or comes specifically from a farm that tests its rice crops for genetically modified (GM) traits, you could be eating rice tainted with actual human genes. The only known GMO with inbred human traits in cultivation today, a GM rice product made by biotechnology company Ventria Bioscience is currently being grown on 3,200 acres in Junction City, Kansas — and possibly elsewhere — and most people have no idea about it. Since about 2006,Ventria has been quietly cultivating rice that has been genetically modified (GM) with genes from the human liver for the purpose of taking the artificial proteins produced by this “Frankenrice” and using them in pharmaceuticals. With approval from the U.S. Department citeste si comenteaza

Human organs “could be grown in animals within a year”

Editorialele editiei, English section, genetica, Lucruri de stiut, Stiinta  | 25 iunie 2013 | Aciduzzul
(1 voturi )
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Julian Ryall, Tokyo
Japanese scientists are expecting to be granted approval to grow human organs in animals and then harvest them for transplant within the next year. Surgeons perform a transplant as it was announced today that Japanese scientists are expecting to be granted approval to grow human organs in animals and then harvest them for transplant within the next year. A panel of scientists and legal experts appointed by the government has drawn up a recommendation that will form the basis of new guidelines for Japan’s world-leading embryonic research. There is widespread support in Japan for research that has raised red flags in other countries. Scientists plan to introduce a human stem cell into the embryo of an animal – most likely a pig citeste si comenteaza

Blue Eyes Originated 10,000 Years Ago in the Black Sea Region

Editorialele editiei, English section, genetica, Lucruri de stiut  | 9 mai 2013 | Aciduzzul
(1 voturi )
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Susanne Posel
A team of researchers from Copenhagen University have located a single mutation that causes the mysterious phenomenon of blue eyes. And all blue eyed people are genetically related to a person who lived in the Black Sea region sometime between 6 – 10,000 years ago. The research was published in the Journal of Human Genetics. A mutation in a gene called OCA2 came into being nearly 8,000 years ago. It can be definitively traced back to an ancestor from the Black Sea. Dr. Hans Eiberg claims that before this time, every human being had brown eyes. “A genetic mutation affecting the OCA2 gene in our chromosomes resulted in the creation of a ‘switch,’ which literally ‘turned off’ the ability to produce brown eyes,” Eiberg said. citeste si comenteaza

Study: Chinese Genetics Cause Them to Become Susceptible to Swine Flu

Analize-studii, Army/Intelligence, Editorialele editiei, English section, genetica  | 25 martie 2013 | Aciduzzul
(1 voturi )
88 views, Fara comentarii

Susanne Posel
British and Chinese researchers have discovered a genetic variant common to Chinese people that make them more susceptible to contracting the swine flu. It was determined that an estimated 25% of Chinese people have this gene variant which is also common to people of Japanese and Korean decent. Tao Dong, lead author of the study and professor at Oxford University, explained: “Understanding why some people may be worse affected than others is crucial in improving our ability to manage flu epidemics and to prevent people dying from the virus.” The researchers studied 83 patients who were diagnosed with swine flu during 2009-2010. citeste si comenteaza

New Race-Specific Engineered SARS Virus May Transmit Person-to-Person

Army/Intelligence, English section, genetica, Lucruri de stiut, Vaccinuri si virusuri  | 23 martie 2013 | Aciduzzul
(2 voturi )
187 views, Fara comentarii

Susanne Posel
There have been 11 reported cases of the new race-specific engineered SARS-like virus since it was first reported in Qatar, Saudi Arabia. Victims from Pakistan and Jordan have also contracted the bioweapon. Doctors are observing a pattern of transmission that leads to the belief that this new SARS is person-to-person transmissible. Infections can transfer from human contact with animals; however a direct contractual threat to humans must be taken seriously. The new SARS is still a “mystery” to the medical community. The World Health Organization (WHO) reported in 2012 that there were reoccurring cases emerging from the same Saudi Arabian family. Gregory Hartel, spokesman for WHO said: citeste si comenteaza

STUDY: The Myth of American Meritocracy

Analize-studii, Editorialele editiei, English section, genetica, Social  | 12 martie 2013 | Aciduzzul
(1 voturi )
264 views, Fara comentarii

By Ron Unz
How corrupt are Ivy League admissions? Just before the Labor Day weekend, a front page New York Times story broke the news of the largest cheating scandal in Harvard University history, in which nearly half the students taking a Government course on the role of Congress had plagiarized or otherwise illegally collaborated on their final exam.1 Each year, Harvard admits just 1600 freshmen while almost 125 Harvard students now face possible suspension over this single incident. A Harvard dean described the situation as “unprecedented.” But should we really be so surprised at this behavior among the students at America’s most prestigious academic institution? In the last generation or two, citeste si comenteaza

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