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genetic code

noun as in DNA

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The ability for researchers to track genetic codes around the world in near real-time is crucial to our response.

It’s understandable that sometimes, viruses make copying mistakes in their genetic code along the way—and sometimes, those bugs end up being perks for them instead.

From Quartz

When they uploaded the genetic code to a public database of images, they saw that Danish researchers had posted matching mutations for three positive cases, meaning the more aggressive version of the virus had begun to move beyond Britain.

In the last few years, a handful of researchers—including teams from geneticist George Church’s lab and Salesforce—have shown that protein sequences and genetic codes can be modeled using NLP techniques.

That means that for now, the strains that are better at hopping from one person to another will have the advantage in spreading their genetic code.

From Time

What if it was our own genetic code that was responsible for inviting HIV into the life of a cell cycle?

Craig Venter talks about his new book, where he argues that our genetic code is becoming interchangeable with digital codes.

It might be that the next interaction will involve our genetic code.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to genetic code, such as: chromosome, gene, heredity, rna, and nucleic acid.

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