Well as you can see you need some very thick skin to do that, as there is a lot of red, green and purple and I do not like to draw white in order not to offend people with my taste in colours – as it is very ‘human’.
I have also tried to make it bigger so it is closer to your hand. Some of my friends thought it was a bit silly, a ‘slick drawers style’, but they thought it was funny too!
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After nearly 3 billion years of evolution, the human genome still has a lot to learn. It shows us that there are many distinct genes on our body cells, with one gene controlling for the production of certain proteins that make up the rest of our cells. The discovery reveals an evolutionary paradox: while the genes that control the production of certain proteins are inherited from our parents, we are unable to make those same proteins because we don’t have them in our tissues.
But researchers at UC Berkeley have developed a technique called DNA methylation that offers the promise of making new proteins for stem cells. They’re using this method to make a protein that could have unexpected benefits in treating diseases that arise from damage to the DNA in our body.
The protein, called BAC1, is made of seven letters: adenine, guanine, cytosine, thymine, guanine, thymine, and cytosine. But these letters have many of the same properties as DNA; that is, they can be modified using short noncoding RNAs. The researchers created a new RNA molecule that could be combined with a sequence of DNA to generate an enzyme that could be turned on by changes in DNA methylation.
“Our technology now lets us generate DNA methylation-controlled enzymes that, like genes, have several, overlapping sets of regulatory sequences,” says Dr. Kevin Muhlhaus, a professor of biochemistry and molecular biology at UC Berkeley and senior author of the study, which was published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The team also found that this new type of RNA molecule—a “self-regulated reporter”—would work well because it wouldn’t have to match the DNA it was measuring. “And it has great
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