By: G. Lee
Recombinant DNA technology has been a mainstay to modern drug discovery for decades now and will continue to be a vital component of the field aforementioned. The basis of recombinant DNA technology is the ability to manipulate DNA molecules in a test tube. It utilizes...
What is the composition of blood?
By: Stacey Foxworthy
What many people are unaware of is that blood is considered a connective tissue. Tissues are defined as groups of cells that work together in order to carry out a designated function in a living organism. Blood consists of red blood cells (erythrocytes), white blood...
By: Nancy Houser
"The use of this technology is not only essential for the future of curbing the spread of infectious diseases," explains John Haynes, public health program manager for the NASA Earth Science Applied Sciences Program, at the 2007 American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene...
Would willing Advantage Genetic Screeningengineering Overcome Sterility
By: Joshua Brackin
From a religious perspective, the body is the temple of the soul and as long as changing the body does not change the soul, most would agree that genetic screening is morally acceptable. After this point has been clarified, we then have to answer the...
By: assistanttoauthors
In 1980 when aides was first discovered, I called the health department in Tucson, Arizona and talked to them about testing. Just think, maybe 25 million people would still be alive. If you don't know you have a disease you can't possibly keep from spreading...
Could the AIDS Virus be Viewed as a Natural way to Stabilize Population Growth
By: Jacob d'Armand
Since its recognition on June 5, 1981, Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome has been the bane of human existence. It has affected everything about us as a species. From our economic security to our social development, the advent of AIDS has been the single most catalytic event...
Would willing Advantage Genetic Screeningengineering Overcome Sterility
By: Emma Walker
Genetic Screening.Genetic screening is the screening/testing of blood and other tissues to identify genetic disorders. There are around 1000 different types of these tests available for several purposes such as: the diagnosis of an individual with symptoms, determination of a person's risk of future...
Could the AIDS Virus be Viewed as a Natural way to Stabilize Population Growth
By: Sparx
Thomas Malthus' (1766-1834) was a modern realist whose theory was that population controlled itself through disease, war and famine. Further to that theory was the idea that without these checks and balances there would be no limit to the number of people we could produce...
Could the AIDS Virus be Viewed as a Natural way to Stabilize Population Growth
By: W Thomas Payne
A caveat on this submission: The following essay is strictly from the perspective of a biologist's point of view on the issue. It is not meant to be a treatise endorsing eugenics or euthanasia. HIV infection and the accompanying Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) are...
Could the AIDS Virus be Viewed as a Natural way to Stabilize Population Growth
By: Brett Ernde
Sure the AIDS virus could be viewed as nature's reaction to a nasty cold. Similar to the way that a body temperature will raise during bouts of infection, so the earth has cleansed itself in the past. The plague could have also been viewed in...

 

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