Gene and genetically modified organisms: animations of genes: gmo / proteomics

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Gene and genetic engineering: gene / proteomics / genetic animations.

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Genetic engineering , genetic modification (GM) and gene splicing - all refer to the process of manipulating genes . The aim is to express a protein through the isolation, manipulation and reintroduction of DNA into cells. The cells physical or physiological character is thus changed. Examples for use are widespread. Such a process can help make crops resistant to herbicides or make modified bacteria produce human insulin. The first genetically engineered drug was human insulin in 1982. The first genetically engineered vaccine for humans (Hepatitis B) was approved in 1986. Huge ethical concerns continue to be voiced under the epithet of ‘Frankenstein Foods’.

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Animation keywords: gene, proteomics, bioinformatics, genetic, bioscience, bioethics, genetically modified organisms, gmo, gene