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Its team helped us analyze the data we collected and synthesize the information.
Although more controversial than synthesizing meat from everyday plant materials like soy or wheat, the technology is growing fast.
Once synthesized, the sequences then have to be carefully stored in vitro until they’re ready to be accessed again, or they can be spliced into living cells using CRISPR gene editing technology.
At present this relies on synthesizing DNA in the lab, and while costs are falling rapidly, this is still a complicated and expensive business.
If we could design and synthesize artificial mRNA and deliver them into cells, it’s possible in theory to hijack our cells’ own protein-building system to make any protein we want—even those that are foreign, such as viral proteins.
Wade, as chief chemist, you are to synthesize a little coffee and heat-treat a few eggs for us.
ISLANDS OF SPACEJOHN W CAMPBELL
Diverse facts would synthesize, and when the letter came from Havana, perhaps the whole thing would start to form one pattern.
THE FIVE ARROWSALLAN CHASE
There were ways to synthesize Earth-normal food, but they were still hopelessly inefficient.
BADGE OF INFAMYLESTER DEL REY
All we've been able to find is some strange isotope but we don't know how to reproduce it or synthesize it.
The plants here synthesize cyanophyll instead of chlorophyll; that's why the leaves are blue instead of green.
THE VENUS TRAPEVELYN E. SMITH

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