A new technique could allow scientists to edit pig genes and use them in human medicine. But should we?
DNA strands are writhing, morphing tangles of information, computer simulations show. Continue reading →
Nature has figured out how to prevent cancer in elephants, and now new research is revealing their disease-fighting strategies could also work in people.
Snakes lack limbs, but new research finds that they still have DNA crucial to limb development lurking in their genomes.
Living descendants of the last wild horses number only 2000, but DNA research sheds light on these animals.
An Italian neurosurgeon will perform the procedure on volunteer Valery Spiridonov, who has a genetic muscle-wasting disease.
Lawmakers want to ban not only the use of cloning, but imports of reproductive material, clones and their descendants.
A biotech company has expanded DNA's molecular code, opening the possibility of creating new kinds of life on Earth.
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