21 May 2013 18:00 PMParis, FranceCellectis (NYSE PA: ALCLS), the global genome engineering specialist, announced today that the high-impact scientific journal Nature Communications has published an in-house study on the development of Compact TALENTM, the next generation of mini TAL effector nucleases.
Unlike Cellectis’ first‑generation TALENTM, which require the dimerization of two molecules, this new tool based on Cellectis’ proprietary TAL effector nucleases technology makes it
OMG: Source. The only fossils of kangaroos that have ever been found are in Australia and New Guinea and the islands near there. They have never been in the Middle East. EVER! Seriously. They don’t give you any evidence here. They just say that they have to have been in the Middle East because that’s […]
Synopsis: A study of barium/calcium ratios in teeth shows a record of breastfeeding in a Neandertal from Scladina, BelgiumLast week, Nature published a paper by Christine Austin and colleagues, in which they developed a new approach to understand how breastfeeding affects the elemental content of tooth enamel . Barium and strontium are chemically similar to calcium (all three are in the same column of the periodic table of elements), and a small fraction of both elements are
Apenas algumas linhas antes de rumar a Lisboa para participar no Congresso SciCom 2013. A minha participação passou pelo (honroso) convite para fazer parte da Comissão Científica, ter avaliado bastantes abstracts, dois pósters (“Das Igrejas Às Calçadas: Geologia e Paleontologia Urbanas no Algarve” e “Um Gravador e Pessoas: divulgar a Ciência na rádio”). No último [...]
When it comes to couples therapy, the earlier you go, the better. “Prevention is better than cure. The best time to see a therapist is when the relationship patterns are still fresh and couple dynamics are not written in stone,” said Mudita Rastogi, Ph.D, a licensed marriage and family therapist in Arlington Heights, Ill. Clinical [...]