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Scientists at Harvard University have created a gene editing tool comparable to CRISPR

Researchers at Harvard University’s Wise Institute for Bio-Inspired Engineering have created a new gene editing tool that allows scientists to perform millions of genetic experiments at the same time. They call it Retron Library Recombineering (RLR) technology, which uses bacterial DNA fragments, called Retrons, to produce single-stranded DNA fragments. In terms of gene editing, CRISPR-Cas9 may be the most famous …

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Coronavirus in the United States: 100 million fully vaccinated people are helping the United States to reopen.But still need millions

Dr. Ashish Jha, Dean of the Brown University School of Public Health, said on “Good Morning America” ​​on Friday: “I think we can say with confidence that the worst is over.” He said: “We I won’t see all the sufferings and deaths experienced during the holidays. I think we are in a much better situation.” He said that the only …

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Health officials say COVID-19 indicators mean that King County is about to enter the second phase

Health official “Seattle Times” said COVID-19 indicators mean King County is about to enter the second phase King County may return to the second phase of the state’s reopening plan KOMO News King and Snohomish counties are still in the second phase of rollback KING5.com Snohomish County will almost certainly fall back to Phase 2 | HeraldNet.com Daily Herald View …

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Faith, freedom, fear: Covid vaccine skeptics in rural America

So which trusted person will defend the vaccine? Eva Fields? She is a nursing practitioner who provided treatment for the first local patients who died of Covid. Raised by Greeneville, she has 24 relatives infected with the virus. When she asked the patient if she wanted to be vaccinated, about half of the answer was: “No, I won’t.” Assuming she …

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More than 2.5 million people in Massachusetts have now been fully vaccinated against COVID-19-WCVB Boston

More than 2.5 million vaccinations in Massachusetts have now received the Boston COVID-19 WCVB vaccine Massachusetts reports 1179 new COVID cases and 16 other deaths CBS Boston Plymouth returns to yellow after local daily COVID-19 cases have dropped Massachusetts health officials announced 1,179 new COVID-19 cases and 16 deaths, with a positive rate of 1.7%. WHDH 7 news Massachusetts reports …

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After the second vaccination of Moderna COVID-19, the woman in Orange County died, which aroused the concern of her family

Santa Ana, California-Orange County Coroner’s Office is investigating the death of a woman who died a few days after her second Moderna vaccination. The family said that the grandmother was healthy before she was shot, and she was shocked by her sudden death. Talked to the staff of the Orange County Coroner’s Office about the death of Griselda Flores and …

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Know the difference between COVID-19 and allergy symptoms

Sandy-Do you think your seasonal allergies are worse this year? you’re not alone. With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the confusing symptoms can be chilling. An expert in Utah explained the difference. Spring blooms, and in the past, so did 13-year-old Grant Brady’s allergies. It is not that fun to play outdoor basketball with his brothers or monkey games in the …

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No, other people’s adjuvant vaccines cannot disrupt your menstrual cycle

In recent weeks, opponents of Covid vaccination have spread a claim that is not only false but also against the rules of biology: being close to someone who has been vaccinated may disrupt a woman’s menstrual cycle or cause a miscarriage. The idea promoted by hundreds of thousands of followers on social media is that people who have been vaccinated …

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Utah doctors suggest that sympathizers are important when talking to the hesitant COVID-19 vaccine

Salt Lake City-When COVID-19 cases in Utah reached a plateau, demand for vaccination also slowed, prompting health experts to encourage those who postpone reconsideration of vaccination. Dr. Eddie Stenehjem, an infectious disease doctor at Intermountain Healthcare, said in a recent Q&A that at this point, anyone who wants to get a vaccine and is willing to do anything has already …

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Coronavirus in Oregon: The number of hospitalizations surged to more than 300, establishing new business restrictions

The Oregon Health Authority reported on Monday that one COVID-19 death and 630 new coronavirus cases were caused by a surge in hospitalizations across the state-this week causing the worst-hit counties to close indoor eating places. Governor Kate Brown is expected to announce on Tuesday which counties will face new restrictions on restaurants and stadiums, but based on preliminary state …

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