The Potential Within the last few months, a couple of studies by researchers at UCL have been released demonstrating the potential benefits of gene therapy. Six patients with Hemophilia B were treated; four of whom no longer need their usual treatment. And 14 out of 16 children with two different immune system disorders have been…
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Baculoviruses are widely used both as protein expression vectors and as insect pest control agents. This video shows how lepidopteran larvae can be infected with polyhedra by droplet feeding and diet plug-based bioassays. This accompanying Springer Protocols section provides an overview of the baculovirus lifecycle and use of baculoviruses as insecticidal agents, including discussion of the pros and cons for use of baculoviruses as insecticides, and progress made in genetic enhancement of baculoviruses for improved insecticidal efficacy.
Citation: Thornton, M.K., Novy, R.G., Stark, J.C. 2014. Improving phosphorus use efficiency in the future. American Journal of Potato Research. 91:175-179. Interpretive Summary: Phosphorus is a primary nutrient of potato and other crops. Improved efficiency of use of phosphorus by potato is desirable. A review of current knowledge and the future outlook for the genetic enhancement of potato for improved phosphorus uptake and utilization is discussed. Technical Abstract: World demand for phosphorus (P) fertilizer and increasing environmental regulations concerning water quality will continue to motivate the search for ways to improve P use efficiency in potato production. While much effort has gone into understanding P availability and uptake from soil, relatively little is known about the possibility of increasing uptake efficiency through genetic improvement or improved root health. Potato exhibits considerable genetic variation in uptake efficiency of nutrients like nitrogen, and it is likely ...
Cartherics plan is to effect genetic enhancement of cytotoxic killer T cells to have dual cancer binding receptors: their own natural TCRs plus CAR-T cells enhanced further with a docking antibody. These cells are multiplied and can be transfused alone or with other drugs that increase the immunotherapeutic response. This is done by uncoupling of immune handbrakes, so-called checkpoint blockade inhibitors, or suppressing regulatory T-Cells so they become effective in destroying cancers including solid tumours.. Cartherics has filed provisional patent applications on its technologies and has established strategically important links with other leading commercial and academic groups who have complementary technology to develop cutting-edge products. Cartherics will thus create and access a portfolio of state-of-the-art IP to support delivery of next generation CAR-T technology.. Cartherics intends to apply stem cell technology to these engineered immune cells to generate an endless supply of ...
Posted by kim hamilton on May 09, 2000 at 14:51:17:. There is so much misinformation, and so many lies out there about genetically enhanced food it is difficult to even know where to start.. Human health - the lies here are usually antibiotic resistance, decreased nutrition or allergens. Transfer of antibiotic resistence is theoretically possible but fantastically unlikely. Even if transfer occured it DOES not provide resistance to all antibiotics only to that single drug. Even so the antibiotics in question are not used to treat any clinical human pathogens so the point is completely moot. As for nutrition - how about vitamin A enhanced rice. This genetically engineered rice plant will save the lives of over 500,000 third world children a year. How about cannola and soybean oils that are low in saturated fat? These products exist are the benefits are the result of genetic enhancement.. Allergens - Sure it could happen. The fact is that it IS tested for and HAS been caught in the development ...
Observations like those of Annas, Andrews, and Isasi support Prof. Hugo de Garis nightmarish vision of a near future wherein artilects and posthumans join against "normals" in an incomprehensible war leading to gigadeath. Notwithstanding such warnings, the problem could be unavoidable, as Prof. Gregory Stock, in his well-researched and convincing book, Redesigning Humans: Our Inevitable Genetic Future, argues that stopping what we have already started (planned genetic enhancement of humans) is impossible. "We simply cannot find the brakes."[v] Verner Vinge agrees, adding, "Even if all the governments of the world were to understand the threat and be in deadly fear of it, progress toward the goal would continue. In fact, the competitive advantage-economic, military, even artistic-of every advance in automation is so compelling that passing laws, or having customs, that forbid such things merely assures that someone else will get them first."[vi] In what we found to be a bit unnerving, academic ...
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An improved grain quality analyzer, for analyzing the percentage concentration of various constituents, e.g. protein and water, in a grain sample, photo-optically measures the change in the optical density of the sample, Δ OD, in a range of characteristic wavelengths and, for protein, in a range of neutral wavelengths and uses these measured values to compute the percentage concentration of the constituents. A grain sample is irradiated with light, the wavelength of which sweeps across the infrared light-spectrum including a range of wavelengths termed characteristic wavelengths, and, for protein, a range of wavelengths termed neutral wavelengths. The characteristic wavelengths are those wavelengths at which the optical characteristics of the irradiated sample, that is, the optical density, reflectivity, transmissivity, and/or absorption, are known to vary as a function of the concentration of the measured constituent, and, for the protein measurement, the neutral wavelengths are those wavelengths at
Classically, metabolism was investigated by studying molecular characteristics of enzymes and their regulators in isolation. This reductionistic approach successfully established mechanistic relationships with the immediate interacting neighbors and allowed reconstruction of network structures. Severely underdeveloped was the ability to make precise predictions about the integrated operation of pathways and networks that emerged from the typically nonlinear and complex interactions of proteins and metabolites. The burden of metabolic engineering is a consequence of this fact-one cannot yet predict with any certainty precisely what needs to be engineered to produce more complex phenotypes. What was and still is missing are concepts, methods, and algorithms to integrate data and information into a quantitatively coherent whole, as well as theoretical concepts to reliably predict the consequence of environmental stimuli or genetic interventions. This introduction and perspective to Domain 3, Metabolism and
There is considerable uncertainty about the implications of the new genetics for health services. These are the enthusiasts who argue that molecular genetics will transform health care and others argue that the scope for genetic interventions is limited. The aim of this paper is to examine some of the questions, tensions and difficulties which face health care providers particularly in developed countries as they try to come to terms with the dilemmas raised by new genetic health care technologies (NGHTs). It identifies questions for research which may help the development of robust and flexible strategies for implementation.. ...
Cell death is not only an essential phenomenon in normal development and homeostasis, but also crucial in various pathologies. It is now clear that many types of cell death can be regulated by pharmacological or genetic interventions. These were largely achieved by identifying the molecular mechanisms underlying the regulated cell death (RCD). While in the immune system, RCD needs to be facilitated to help the clearance of pathogens and tumors, in healthy cells, especially the terminally differentiated neurons in the nervous system, it is more desirable to protect cells from dying due to stress under pathological conditions. Thus, understating the inhibitory and the activating signals for RCD in different systems is important. In this thesis, I will discuss the study of two key molecules involved in RCD: programmed death 1 (PD-1, as inhibitor for RCD) and serine/threonine kinase receptor interaction protein 3 (RIP3, as promoter for RCD) in two different systems. First, I studied the role of PD-1
Quality is the name of the game when it comes to selling cereals, grains and pulses. But how you judge that quality can be quite a subjective assessment. Scientists at the Victorian Department of Environment and Primary Industry hope to change that with a new laser imaging technique.
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African Journal of Plant Breeding ISSN: 2375-074X Vol. 4 (1), pp. 172-182, January, 2017. © International Scholars Journals. Full Length Research Paper. A study of genetic variation and grain quality traits in bread wheat (Tritium aestivum L.) genotypes. James Ganno1*, Dawit Alemu2 and Gidada Ayalew3. 1Plant Breeding Department, Axum Agricultural Research Center, Axum, Ethiopia.. 2Department of Plant Breeding and Genetics, Haramaya University, Dire Dawa, Ethiopia.. 3Department of Plant Breeding and Genetics, Mekelle University, Mekele, Ethiopia.. *Corresponding author. E-mail: [email protected] Accepted 22 January, 2017. Abstract. Forty-nine bread wheat genotypes were tested at Axum, Northern Ethiopia in 2016/17, with the objective of assessing the extent of genetic variation, correlation and path analysis of wheat genotypes in yield and grain quality traits using 7 x 7 triple lattice design. Data were collected for 17 agronomic and grain quality characters. For each of the test entries, ...
Salmonellosis is one of the most important bacterial foodborne infections in the United States resulting in over 1 million illnesses and 375 deaths annually. Salmonella serotypes cause several types of disease in humans: gastroenteritis, enteric fever, septicemia, focal infections, and an asymptomatic carrier state. Salmonella-shedding pigs are known to constitute a risk factor for contamination of carcasses during the slaughter process. Vaccination has generally not been effective in the prevention of Salmonella, partially because of the rapid mutation rate. Previous research has indicated that ,70% of farms tested in Iowa were positive for Salmonella during 2006-2009. Salmonella-colonized pigs are usually asymptomatic carriers of the bacterium and can shed upon exposure to stress causing contamination of pen-mates, trailers used for shipping, and lairage areas at processing facilities. Emergence and dissemination of antimicrobial-resistant pathogens, which antibiotics are commonly used in pig ...
As is always the case, there will be ethical mission creep, despite the usual bromides that "scientists and research institutions will conform to the highest ethical standards". The fact that there is a fortune to be made in the genetics industry can be expected to alter the direction of our ethical compass. And, while the initial rollout will be discussing how genetic intervention can reverse the course of devastating and fatal diseases, does anyone believe it will stop there? Once the concept has been normalized, other medical conditions will be targeted. The creep will be inexorable. Boundaries will be shattered ...
As is always the case, there will be ethical mission creep, despite the usual bromides that "scientists and research institutions will conform to the highest ethical standards". The fact that there is a fortune to be made in the genetics industry can be expected to alter the direction of our ethical compass. And, while the initial rollout will be discussing how genetic intervention can reverse the course of devastating and fatal diseases, does anyone believe it will stop there? Once the concept has been normalized, other medical conditions will be targeted. The creep will be inexorable. Boundaries will be shattered ...
From Cell Stem CellBy Stuart P. Atkinson Direct conversion of one somatic cell to another somatic cell type, completely bypassing the pluripotent stage through the forced expression of lineage specific transcription factors has emerged as a large
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Because higher quality corn means higher ethanol yields, Syngenta is working with ethanol plants to help growers improve grain quality and earn a premium for doing so.
Because higher quality corn means higher ethanol yields, Syngenta is working with ethanol plants to help growers improve grain quality and earn a premium for doing so.
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Abstract - The effects of CO2 and/or O3 elevation on rice grain quality were investigated in chamber experiments with gas fumigation performed from transplanting until maturity in 2011 and 2012. Compared with the control (current CO2 and O3 concentration), elevated CO2 caused a tendency of an increase in grain chalkiness and a decrease in mineral nutrient concentrations. In contrast, elevated O3 significantly increased grain chalkiness and the concentrations of essential nutrients, while changes in starch pasting properties indicated a trend of deterioration in the cooking and eating quality. In the combination of elevated CO2 and O3 treatment, only chalkiness degree was significantly affected. It is concluded that the O3 concentration projected for the coming few decades will have more substantial effects on grain quality of Chinese hybrid rice than the projected high CO2 concentration alone, and the combination of two gases caused fewer significant changes in grain quality than individual gas ...
Prolyl 4-hydroxylase (P4H) is a heterotetramer enzyme consisting of alpha-subunits (P4Halpha) and beta-subunits (P4Hbeta), and is required for collagen biosynthesis. Previously, we generated transgenic silkworms that produced human type III collagen fragments (mini-collagens) in the posterior silk gland (PSG). However, prolyl 4-hydroxylation did not occur on the mini-collagens, because in spite of an abundant expression of P4Hbeta in PSGs, P4Halpha expression was quite low there, thus resulting in an insufficient activity of P4H. In this study we aimed at generating hybrid transgenic silkworms whose PSGs are capable of producing mini-collagens and enough P4H for their prolyl 4-hydroxylation. Isolated PSGs were bombarded with fibroin L-chain gene promoter-driven vectors containing Bombyx mori P4Halpha (BmP4Halpha) cDNAs and were transplanted into the hemolymphatic cavity. The P4H activity in the PSG cells significantly increased, indicating that the expressed BmP4Halpha formed active tetramers with
In his paper on the effects of Prenatal Genetic Intervention (PGI) on personal identity, Noam Zohar comes to a conclusion about genetic makeup and the uses of gene therapy quite different from the one I reach in another piece in this issue. Zohars argument rests on the contention that personal identity changes with alteration of the genome, following what I have identified as the "constitutive" view. To see that this is the pillar supporting the weight of his argument, consider the following. Questions of identity aside, how can it be that altering the genome of children suffering from Lesch-Nyhan syndrome or Tay-Sachs disease so that they now produce the enzyme that they formerly lacked does not benefit them? Clearly, if their identities were not changed, such individuals would in fact realize great benefit from PGI, since the devastating bad effects of the genetic flaw would be avoided. Such a change would certainly make the altered individuals better off, that is, it would benefit them. On ...
Have you struggled with low protein expression levels in your experiments? This webinar will explain the principles of codon optimization and explore case studies showing how it improves protein expression up to 100-fold. Research has revealed dozens of DNA sequence features that influence the efficiency of each step required to achieve soluble target protein expression. We will review the critical publications that inform GenScripts patented algorithm and the data showing how our algorithm compares to our competitors. We will look at peer-reviewed papers that employed codon-optimized synthetic genes for heterologous protein expression in different host systems, including bacteria, yeast, plant, and human cells. Finally, we will see how GenScripts codon optimization can provide clever solutions to molecular biology problems in specialized applications.. ...
Based in Manhattan, the research conducted at CGAHR falls under 9 of 22 national programs. The Center is ideally located in the heart of the Great Plains, the nations breadbasket and livestock center, and now an emerging center for the production of biofuels and other bio-based products. CGAHR is made up of five research units. Each research unit has a unique mission and interacts with key customers and stakeholders. CGAHR scientists are recognized world-wide for innovative research and technology development. The Arthropod-Borne Animal Disease Research Unit studies animal diseases transmitted by arthropods, and develops diagnostic tools, vaccines and other technologies to protect animal health. The Engineering and Wind Erosion Research Unit develops technology to measure and preserve grain quality, and to reduce wind erosion. The Grain Quality & Structure Research Unit investigates relationships between physical and chemical attributes and end-use quality for various products, and develops ...
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The exam was okay. I never know about English. My timing was fine and I think I wrote more than I had in my mocks (which I got A*s for) but its all about quality. I feel like I messed up Question 4, too... Anyway, I will have to wait and see what the outcome is on results day ...
Ethics and Bioethics. Informed consent and patient autonomy and confidentiality. Conscientious refusal of health care providers. Public health and healthcare right. Killing and letting die. Human and animals experimentation and rights. Genetic Intervention. Commercial vs. human research goals.. Biodiversidad Brasileña: plantas, sus usos y aplicaciones en alimentos, cosméticos y medicamentos. Bioma típico Brasileño. El papel de las plantas en la cultura brasileña y Europea. Las políticas brasileñas y europeas en las plantas medicinales y Legislación. Las clases de metabolitos en las plantas medicinales. El uso de tés y hierbas en la cocina brasileña y europea. El desarrollo de fitocosméticos y fitomedicamentos.. Biopsychosocial Aspects of Pain: Comprehension and Treatment. Pain models and mechanisms. Physiopathology of pain. Psychosocial aspects of pain. Patient assessment. Pain treatments. The role of the clinician, nurse, physiotherapist and psychologist in pain ...
Twitter: @LarryLLapin. My novels provide a forum for discussing certain social issues and ethical matters.. My earliest book, Adam… Forever, accepts genetic intervention for combatting hereditary disease. The story treats animals with respect, though zoos still thrive and small mammals would be test subjects. Animal rights concerns are presented, but my superhero sides with experimentation, often using test mice. Dr. Adam Boatwright finds it expedient to violate some rules, notably using himself as a test subject for medical intervention. He would live a lie to protect the world from having the virtual immortality he accidentally obtained from a failed experiment.. Adam Forever was inspiration for and serves as the prequel to Adams Chronicles, a continuing story told through a series of novels. Key issues carry forward, and new ones arise.. Book I, Adams Caverns, concerns restoration of life following impact by a meteor of "dinosaur-killing" size. In dealing with the aftermath, a ...
Optimising yeast as a host for recombinant protein production (review) / Nicklas Bonander and Roslyn M. Bill -- Which yeast species shall I choose? : Saccharomyces cerevisiae versus Pichia pastoris (review) / Richard A.J. Darby [and others] -- Preparation of Pichia pastoris expression plasmids / Christel Logez [and others] -- Preparation of Saccharomyces cerevisiae expression plasmids / David Drew and Hyun Kim -- Codon optimisation for heterologous gene expression in yeast / Kristina Hedfalk -- Yeast transformation to generate high-yielding clones / Mohammed Jamshad and Richard A.J. Darby -- Screening for high-yielding Pichia pastoris clones : the production of G protein-coupled receptors as a case study / Shweta Singh [and others] -- Screening for high-yielding Saccharomyces cerevisiae clones: using a green fluorescent protein fusion strategy in the production of membrane proteins / David Drew and Hyun Kim -- The effect of antifoam addition on protein production yields / Sarah J. Routledge and ...
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etc. the cell physiology is affected. Cells are stressed, and this may severely affect growth, by-product accumulation, biomass yield and recombinant product yield. The stress caused by exposure to divergent microenvironments, genetic differences of individual cells, differing cell cycle stage and cell age, all contribute to make a population in a fermenter heterogeneous, resulting in cell-to-cell variation in physiological parameters of the microbial culture. Our study aims at investigating how population heterogeneity and recombinant protein production is affected by environmental gradients in bioreactors. For this purpose, a Saccharomyces cerevisiae strain, that functions as a protein production reporter, has been developed. A heterologous protein has been tagged with a fluorescent protein providing a way to measure the amount of heterologous protein produced by the cells on single cell level. Gradients are simulated in small bioreactors and the population heterogeneity can be visualised by ...
Researchers have determined for the first time the mechanism by which nanometer-sized particles of palladium take up hydrogen. Because the properties of nanoparticles change greatly with their size, choosing the right types of nanoparticle allows you to fine-tune the properties of materials.
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Purpose: : PEDF is a non-inhibitory member of the serpin super family. The protein is a broad-acting neurotrophic factor and an effective antiangiogenic agent, making this a key polypeptide in developing treatments for retinal degenerative diseases. The expression of non-optimized PEDF in bacteria results in poor yields of biologically active protein. Since large amounts of PEDF are required for in vitro and in vivo studies, we used codon optimization strategies to improve the expression of PEDF in bacteria. Methods: : In this study, we converted the human PEDF nucleotide sequence to one that is codon optimized (coPEDF) for expression in bacteria using proprietary algorithm machinery. The gene was then synthesized and cloned into pET32a using Kpn I and Hind III sites and the resulting clone was verified by DNA sequencing. 5 ng of the pET32a-coPEDF plasmid was transformed into E. coli BL21(star)DE3 cells. coPEDF was purified using Ni His-binding resin and the protein cleaved from the 5 Trx.tag ...
Alpha 1-antitrypsin deficiency is a genetic disorder caused by defective production of alpha 1-antitrypsin (AAT). Gene therapy approaches have been conducted in patients with AAT deficiency with successful AAT expression, but not to the therapeutic levels required to reduce the risk of emphysema. Codon optimization, a somewhat new and evolving technique, is used by many scientists to maximize protein expression in living organisms by altering translational and transcriptional efficiency as well as protein refolding. The purpose of this study was to develop single stranded and double stranded AAT gene constructs, test their protein expression in vitro, and compare with those levels expressed by the AAT construct that is currently in clinical trials. Three constructs were to be developed, yet only one construct was successfully cloned. This clone, optimized ds-CB-AAT, illustrated increased AAT protein expression as the transfection time increased. However, protein levels were appreciably lower in
Grain harvested with a clean and properly adjusted combine should also be run through a grain cleaner to further remove fine materials on which insects can feed. Grain with many broken kernels can also be run through a cleaner, but this will lead to additional weight loss. Clean, whole grain helps in insect management, but also is important in proper aeration of the grain mass during drying and storage. If fine materials are not present, air drawn into the grain from outside the bin will move more uniformly through the mass. A grain distributor is extremely helpful in preventing aggregations of fine material by spreading it uniformly across the grain mass. When a distributor is not used, the fine material will concentrate in a column at the center of the grain mass. Because this column is more dense, air will move around it through the less dense grain mass, allowing moisture to build up in the center of the bin. Moisture buildup is the first step in grain quality deterioration ...
Weve started to answer the questions of what we can model through EDM, and were getting better and better at modeling each year. We publish papers that present solid numbers under reasonably stringent cross-validation, and we find that our models dont just agree with training labels, but can predict future performance and engagement as well. Were making progress as a field in figuring out how to use these models to drive and support intervention, although theres a whole lot more to learn. But when and where can we trust our models? One of the greatest powers of EDM models is that we can use them outside the contexts in which they were originally developed, but how can we trust that were doing so wisely and safely? Theory from machine learning and statistics can be used to study generalizability, and we know empirically that models developed with explicit attention to generalizability and construct validity are more likely to generalize and to be valid. But our conceptions and ...
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