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My apologies, I meant to say either knockout or insert genes. Follow this link for an overview and publications on the subject:
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Hi David, it works the same as any other cells, where they target specific sequences of DNA and either delete or knockout genes. CRISPR/cas is one such method, but more precise. Germline editing is (mostly) illegal. If you're interested in the subject I'd highly recommend giving a look at one of the books mentioned above.
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Fantastic blog. Really fascinating to learn about Ontario's role in the development of nuclear energy. I wonder how nuclear will factor in the future of renewable energy (although it's traditionally classed as non-renewable due to finite uranium resources)
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What a lovely recollection of this episode in the Osborne's collection history. As a Harry Potter fan, this was really cool to learn about, esp. the detail about Maurice Sendak designing the collection logo!
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Hi DM, thank you for your comment! I did provide links to some accessible resources in the last paragraph, as we all as one of the pictured books, but I'll be sure to include more in the future! Glad you liked the article otherwise, - Angjelin.
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As Digital Literacy Week approaches, the Business, Science & Technology department are excited to promote our program Blockchain 101, taking place on Tuesday, May 28, at the Hinton Learning Theatre from 6:30-8:00 pm. Unless you’ve somehow purposefully shielded yourself from the social media ether and the internet altogether, chances are... Continue reading
Posted May 21, 2019 at Toronto Reference Library Blog
While some old books enjoy the fortune of having circulating copies ten, thirty, even a century after publication, many, often unfortunately, live on only as reference copies. Here I'd like to shine the light on a batch of books still seminal in the treatment of their subjects, most of which... Continue reading
Posted Jan 11, 2019 at Toronto Reference Library Blog
Gale courses, one of TPL's popular eLearning resources, offers a great array of courses and video tutorials on business, accounting, finance, and computer applications. If you've considered enrolling in a course, but found the commitment a bit cumbersome, a great way to follow through with it is to join a... Continue reading
Posted Jan 4, 2019 at Toronto Reference Library Blog
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