A white button mushrom that was edited using CRISPR will not be regulated by the USDA due to a regulatory loophole.
An enzyme produced by T. crunogena that lives in deep sea thermal vents can breakdown carbon dioxide. Researchers have been able to produce the enzyme in lab through E.coli.
Scientists feel that due to more cooked carbs, the human brain could consume more calories and grow bigger.
Blocking a single gene has helped scientists to make mice less fearful and anxious, and also smarter.
The enzyme was discovered in a bacteria that lives in the soil of tobacco fields. The bacteria uses nicotine to meet its carbon and nitrogen needs.
Researchers have identified a key protein release by primary tumor cells which causes holes in the bone. Blocking the protein could prevent secondary spread of the cancer.
Research has hit upon a new enzyme that can help to change blood types.
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