With an increased awareness of the human footprint being left on Earth, there has been a shift in many science fields to find ways to improve sustainability. Following the 1987 Brundtland Report, sustainability was defined and categorized into three parts. According to this report, sustainability is the development of services and methods to meet the […]

Named after Dr. Alois Alzheimer who discovered the disease in 1906, Alzheimer’s disease is the progressive deterioration of the brain that slowly destroys cognitive function. While some treatments exist to alleviate the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease, there is no cure. Considering that researchers have studied the disease for over 100 years, making steps toward finding […]

Scientists may well quickly have the ability to carry a species back again from the dead. You really don’t have to be concerned we won’t have a T-rex roaming the earth, not for deficiency of making an attempt but since there is not enough feasible DNA to make it take place. The question is not […]

Possessing an abnormal amount of chromosomes is recognised as aneuploidy. Aneuploidy opens the window for several feasible diseases, and amid these are down syndrome, acute lymphocytic leukemia, and acute myeloid leukemia. Typically, little one fetuses have 46 chromosomes 23 from the sperm mobile and 23 from the ovum. However, if there is an abnormal number […]

The United Kingdom was the very first region to go a regulation authorizing the cloning of human embryos in 1996, while prohibiting cloning for reproductive applications (Cohen). The permission to clone embryos, according to proponents of the new modality of genetic manipulation, would focus on the treatment of severe degenerative health conditions, such as Alzheimer’s […]

 Genetic engineering is a area that studies the modification of organism through the manipulation of their genetic materials. It is a system in which a new animal or plant can be made from distinct genes attained from a unique animal or plant. The required trait for that gene will then be conveyed in the new […]

The genome editing using engineered nuclease has strategically transformed the idea of gene therapy for monogenic diseases including in hematopoietic stem and progenitor cells (HSPCs) (Osborn et al., 2016; Yu et al., 2016). The genome editing technology enables to create a site specific double-strand break (DSB) by the engineered nucleases that programmable triggering the cell’s […]

CRISPR is a breakthrough in genetic modifying technology, launched in 2012.  It lower the charges and time of genetic experiments by 99%.  CRISPR is an acronym for Clustered On a regular basis Interspaced Small Palindromic Repeats and is a genetic tool employed to modify a residing thing’s DNA.  It could spell the conclusion of a […]