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Regulation Of Gene Expression

  • Coat Color Genetics - Cremello, Perlino, Dun, Grullo & Roan
    These are unique colors that are seen in a variety of different breeds. They are very eye-catching colors. Cremello The cremello carries two cream dilution genes and two red genes. Technically, a cremello is a double diluted sorrel or chestnut. These horses are genetically sorrel or chestnut. A cremello will not have any black genes. The foal usually receives one cream dilution gene from a parent that is a palomino, buckskin, cremello or pe Read More...
  • How Do We Reduce Over Regulation in America?
    Perhaps you own a small business or you work in a large corporation and you cannot believe the over regulation in America and how we attack our own business community? In fact there are simply too many laws on the books to keep track of and this only gives the advantage to the lawyers who really do not produce very much for society or our civilization and yet seem to be in a way of every single dollar produced or spent. What the United States o Read More...
  • New Scientific Brake Trough Against Colon Cancer
    A team of scientists has discovered a gene that, when it stops working, causes the appearance of colon cancer in it's sporadic (noninherited) form. This discovery is predicted to create new treatments and new ways of preventing colon cancer. These researchers found out that this particular gene can be activated again by a special medicine, increasing the vulnerability of the colon cancer. This research reconfirms that this gene, called hMLH1, has Read More...
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