The patient's own T-cells are genetically altered to recognize cancer so they can attack and kill it.
The virus increases the surface area of the wire, which in turn increases the area where electrochemical activity takes place.
Microscopic particles embedded in DNA insert bone-producing instructions into cells.
In the future, the genetic information could be taken into space to help establish animal populations on future colonies.
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To better understand a strain of avian flu, researchers want to genetically modify it, potentially making it more dangerous.