Where to Learn More About Pre and Post Natal Paternity DNA Testing ...
Further development came and persons now carry out paternity testing. The samples obtained for screening are very appropriate. Furthermore, paternity diagnostic tests has been an uncomplicated process. A assortment of alternatives for paternity assessment is available. You can find invasive, non-invasive, and others additional favorable collection of samplings for DNA assessment. Invasive type of paternity DNA assessment consists of amniocentesis and chronic villus sampling (CVS). Instances of non-invasive form, that are safer than invasive ones, are fetal genetic material assessment. Other [more...]
Date: 2010-10-04 22:08:31
Michael v. Young: A National DNA database?
I'm inclined to think that a national DNA database would not necessarily infringe any privacy rights. Because I don't think anyone really cares about their genetic code as it would be used by law enforcement, I don't see that there is much to object to so long as we are sure that the intended use remains the only use. Basically, DNA for law enforcement functions as a kind of super-fingerprint -- and I take it that nobody considers themselves to have a privacy interest in their fingerprints, no matter how unique. I could imagine abuse of a DNA database, of course. For example, if the DNA [more...]
Date: 2010-03-15 19:32:00
Nancy (nee: Millette) Doucet and her alleged DNA results:
Recently, I was informed via email that Nancy Doucet has stated on the White Pines Association (yet another Incorporation) that she's President of, that quote, "Friday, 23 October 2009 10:12 Nancy The White Pine Association is pleased to announce the National Geographic DNA Study is now being posted for those who had their test done on location in Koas area last March. The results are showing a strong identity for those of this area. My DNA and other tribal members clearly shows Native American blood lines. We are pleased this study has helped those people who have had oral family history [more...]
Date: 2009-10-26 23:11:00
KUHF Conversations: Richard Dawkins
In the case of evolution, the case that we can make is overwhelmingly strong. It’s not just a few fingerprints and footprints here and there. It’s millions and millions of fingerprints, in the form of DNA fingerprints for example. The footprints we’ve got — I suppose you could call 'fossil footprints.' We’ve got millions of fossils, everything points to the conclusion that evolution is a fact." Feibel: "You know, I was struck the phrase you used. You call evolution the “Greatest Show on Earth” and you argue that understanding the mechanisms of life in no way drains the mystery [more...]
Date: 2010-10-05 10:36:00
Press Release - A Decade of Discovery: Census of Marine Life ...
CAML is a major International Polar Year (IPY) initiative and component of the Census of Marine Life (CoML), which will mark the end of its 10-year programme and celebrate the work of more than 2,700 scientists from 80 nations. Marine Biologists from British Antarctic Survey (BAS) were involved in the biggest Antarctic marine survey for the CAML investigation, which saw 19 separate voyages to Antarctic waters to collect marine life samples from over 2,000 locations all around Antarctica. Huw Griffiths, a BAS Marine Biologist attending the meeting, says, “CAML has been an extraordinary 5 [more...]
Date: 2010-10-04 00:00:00
the Foresight Institute » DNA springs enable mechanical control of ...
Further, structural DNA nanotechnology, particularly scaffolded DNA origami, has been proposed to provide frameworks for use in nanotechnology to spatially organize functional components (see, for example “Modular DNA nanotubes provide programmable scaffolds for nanotechnology” and “Advancing nanotechnology by organizing functional components on addressable DNA scaffolds“. Now, these two threads, mechanical control of chemical reactions and DNA nanotechnology have been brought together. Stuart Wolpert writes from the UCLA newsroom “UCLA physicists control chemical reactions [more...]
Date: 2010-10-08 23:45:02
BioPet DNA Breed Identification Kit | I Love Dogs Blog
Use DNA to discover the breeds present in your dog Painlessly collect your dog’s DNA sample and send it to BioPet for quick analysis Over 60 qualified breeds are on file Fast results via USPS within 2 weeks Even a prepaid return envelope for the DNA sample is included Product Description Advances in DNA testing technology mean that it has become possible to identify the ancestry of any dog by performing a simple test using a cheek swab. The DNA required for the test to be run is isolated from cells that are trapped on the DNA ID Card. All cells carry the same genetic material, regardless of [more...]
Date: 2009-12-18 14:44:21
The Spittoon » My $0.02 about The $1000 Genome
Although Davies generally appears to be a proponent of consumer genomics, he also provides examples of the possible risks of widespread DNA testing in addition to the benefits. While reading this book, I found strong parallels between Davies’ general themes and 23andMe’s overall philosophy. Both Davies and 23andMe stress the importance of “empowering the individual” and “democratizing genetics”. Direct-to-consumer genetic testing puts the power of knowledge into the hands of the individual, in contrast to what is often deemed the paternalistic nature of the medical [more...]
Date: 2010-10-07 22:16:18
Evolution News & Views: "Junk" DNA: Darwinism's Last Stand?
In 1980, Francis Crick and Leslie Orgel argued in Nature that "much DNA in higher organisms is little better than junk." The spread of junk DNA in the course of evolution "can be compared to the spread of a not-too-harmful parasite within its host." Since it is unlikely that such DNA has a function, "it would be folly in such cases to hunt obsessively for one." In a companion article, W. Ford Doolittle and Carmen Sapienza similarly argued that many organisms contain "DNAs whose only 'function' is survival within genomes," and that "the search for other explanations may prove, if not [more...]
Date: 2009-06-04 16:00:00
New study shows that human and chimpanzee DNA are very different ...
The whole chimp DNA thing is an example of reporting bias. They like to use the “98% similar” argument. But there are 3 billion letters in the human DNA genome, and they are 98.5% similar with chimps. DNA is fantastically complex, and the math yields 45 million differences. Most of the “science” in the article was based on the unproven assumption that chimps and humans have a common ancestor. The “rapid evolution” argument is a just-so story about how the DNA could have tens of millions of changes in only a few million years (according to their theory), as well as how it kept [more...]
Date: 2010-04-30 20:00:48
Home Genetic Testing for Celiac Disease | Gluten Free Help
How does it work? Genetic tests determine how a fraction of a person’s immune system reacts to gluten. On the other hand, in conventional blood tests, only the gluten found in wheat (gliadin) is measured. Gluten-sensitive and celiac people react differently to gluten, however, with a variety of symptoms, such as intestinal difficulties, migraines, mental problems, osteoporosis, chronic fatigue, and psoriasis, just to name a few. DNA testing is the only way to test for gluten intolerance with results that are one-hundred-percent accurate. In the testing process, a test kit is mailed to [more...]
Date: 2010-10-13 07:02:16
Mutation Rate In Humans Gets Measured By Direct Sequencing
With better measurements of mutation rates, we could improve the calibration of the evolutionary clock, or test ways to reduce mutations, for example. Even with the latest DNA sequencing technology, the researchers had to design a special strategy to search for the vanishingly rare mutations. They used next-generation sequencing to establish the order of letters on the two Y chromosomes and then compared these to the Y chromosome reference sequence. Having identified 23 candidate SNPs – or single letter changes in the DNA – they amplified the regions containing these candidates and [more...]
Date: 2009-08-27 14:01:30
Whos Your Daddy? Up to 30% Wrong.
In other words, are fathers who are less certain of their paternity more likely to have been cuckolded? For example, men who commission a DNA paternity test are typically displaying greater paternal uncertainty (as compared to say men who participate in scientific studies wherein nonpaternity rates are calculated for a given sample). The standard nonpaternity rate that is most commonly mentioned across cultural settings is 10%. This is quite extraordinary in that it is difficult to imagine that 1 out of every 10 children is sired by someone other than the man who is recognized as the father. [more...]
Date: 2010-09-02 16:02:09
DNA findings point to royal roots in African nations
Holland attributes his success to GeneTree, a Utah-based DNA testing service that came up with the Cameroon connection. But GeneTree's chief scientific officer, geneticist Scott Woodward, said Williams' case was far from unusual. "This isn't our home run," Woodward told me. "It takes a lot of regular work. But what did do was give us some nice clues and hints about where he should concentrate his efforts. Should he be looking in Cameroon, or should he be looking in Nigeria? That makes a big difference." In fact, previous genetic tests had indeed suggested that Holland's [more...]
Date: 2010-09-09 14:14:55
There is something to forensic science. The Innocence Project has won release of people wrongly convicted of crimes by demonstrating that DNA samples taken at the crime scenes did not match the DNA of the wrongly convicted people. (We see this often in murder and rape cases in which there is a lot of public pressure for police to solve the crimes.) Yet such methods are not confined to the defense. Prosecutors for years have enlisted DNA and other forensic devices to help gain convictions. For example, prosecutors used analysis of wood slivers to help convict Bruno Hauptmann more than 70 years [more...]
Date: 2010-10-11 06:06:00
Genetic-testing services offer 'misleading' results | California Watch
Flickr photo by Horia Varlan Genetic-testing services that can be administered at home and sent off to a lab misinformed their customers, promising "DNA-based disease predictions" and more, according a government employee's testimony to a Congressional subcommittee Thursday. The testing services – three of which have California offices – were found giving "test results that are misleading and of little or no practical use" to fictitious profiles that the U.S. government accountability office created, Gregory Kutz of the GAO testified Thursday. The GAO purchased 10 tests from four [more...]
Date: 2010-07-28 07:05:18
Darwin's God: For What Profit?
But paternity testing and DNA fingerprinting are completely unrelated to the pseudogene example presented by evolutionist Ken Miller at the Kitzmiller trial. This comparison of forensic tests with evolutionary homologies is another common evolutionary canard that evolutionists use to mislead those not familiar with molecular biology. Forensic tests are performed where genealogical relationships are known to exist because they are empirically observed. There’s no question that people have children, and those children’s DNA sequences derive from their parents, grandparents, and so forth. [more...]
Date: 2010-10-13 08:50:00
The cell nucleus – a mystery of evolution | DNA Sequencing
For example, eachDrosophila nucleus contains four pairs of chromosomes, each containing 23 pairs of human core. Chromosomes consist of DNA-histone proteins as a wound coil wire wound. If this DNA is wrapped around the genes of genes, those copied into RNA, which contain DNA. The soul itself is a double membrane separating the contents enclosed by the nuclear cytoplasm of the cell keeps the rest. This double membrane is studdedlet certain molecules pass through pores. RNA copies of genes, for example, pass through the pores from the nucleus to the cytoplasm e. There are activities for the [more...]
Date: 2010-10-06 14:50:15
Scientists say rare plant has biggest genome yet « Xenophilia ...
A genome is the full complement of an organism’s DNA, complex molecules that direct the formation and function of all living organisms. The size of an organism’s genome is typically measured by the number of bases it contains – base pairs being the building blocks of DNA. The human genome, for example, has about 3 million bases and measures about 6 feet in length. The marbled lungfish has a whopping 130 million bases. And the 12-inch (30-centimeter) flower studied by Leitch turns out to have 150 million. Outside experts were impressed. “This is certainly an enormously large genome,” [more...]
Date: 2010-10-08 08:37:15
Kinked nanopores slow DNA passage for easier sequencing
(Nanowerk News) In an innovation critical to improved DNA sequencing, a markedly slower transmission of DNA through nanopores has been achieved by a team led by Sandia National Laboratories researchers. Solid-state nanopores sculpted from silicon dioxide are generally straight, tiny tunnels more than a thousand times smaller than the diameter of a human hair. They are used as sensors to detect and characterize DNA, RNA and proteins. But these materials shoot through such holes so rapidly that sequencing the DNA passing through them, for example, is a problem. In a paper published this week [more...]
Date: 2010-08-02 15:18:18
DIY DNA Sequencing At $5000 Will Determine Cancer & Heart Conditions
Stephen QuakeAs noted in Lancet, a British medical journal, Stanford bioengineer Stephen Quake has built a DNA sequencer/decoder machine that mapped his entire body - that is, the entire 2.6 billion-letter chain of his DNA down to the last chromosome. Since the cause-and-effect relationships between illnesses and genes are not necessarily Gattacaspecific, scientists have calculated statistical correlations and probabilities. For example, if you have a certain sequence in your DNA, you may be more likely to develop a specific medical condition such as heart problems or cancer. A full [more...]
Date: 2010-10-05 13:30:00
DNA fingerprinting and electrophoresis « Biology & Geology 4 ESO
The process must be repited several times with different selections of enzymes to build up a detailed fingerprint. DNA fingerprinting has many applications: Paternity and maternity: as some specific DNA patterns are inherited you can prove genetic relations between people (familiar relations). Criminal Identification and Forensics: DNA from samples in a crime scene can be compared with the DNA of a criminal suspect. Personal Identification: DNA can be used to identify yourself, but this doesn’t seem practical as the process is too complex and having a DNA database is expensive. Further [more...]
Date: 2010-03-28 12:14:49
Police Digital Radio Scanners | Negative Scanner
DNA marking for example offers a way of invisibly marking property with DNA until police use their equipment to detect the owners DNA and prove theft. It is simple enough to apply by using a special pen that is first dabbed on a fingertip, ... Uniden 800MHz mobile police scanner- Close call, close call priority and close call DND – allows user to be alerted if anyone keys up within a couple of hundred feet and automatically tunes into the transmission- 6 Preprogrammed [more...]
Date: 2010-10-11 23:16:46
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Date: 2010-10-09 18:10:36
Trinity - Biology (Trent Uni Trip)
The DNA runs through an agarose gel matrix due to a current and the smaller the piece (the fewer base pairs) the further the DNA will go. The DNA can then be analysed; for example DNA from a crime scene against suspects or finding faulty genes for diagnosis of disorders like cystic [more...]
Date: 2010-10-08 00:00:00
Technology Review: Blogs: TR Editors' blog: How Fast Are We Mutating?
A mutation in a DNA repair enzyme, for example, could increase error rates in the replication of a genome. Environmental factors are also a possibility, however, Conrad says that no one has yet identified specific culprits. X-rays and toxic chemicals affect DNA in so-called somatic cells, or adult tissue, rather than the germline cells that go on to form eggs and sperm. It's also not yet clear what the consequences of a highly variable mutation rate would be, though it's possible that families with higher rates would be more likely to have children with sporadic [more...]
Date: 2010-09-13 04:00:00
Gallatin Tennessee Man Released by DNA Evidence : Nashville ...
This case is but another example that DNA evidence is becoming the gold standard in criminal cases. Trackbacks (0) Links to blogs that reference this article Trackback URL [more...]
Date: 2010-10-07 21:45:25
can some1 help with Genetics home work? | Mountain Bike Shoes
In humans, blood type inheritance is an example of A. complete dominance. B. codominance. C. incomplete dominance. D. predominance. 5. During division in cellular reproduction, the DNA and cytoplasm of the parent cell is distributed to two A. clones. B. chromosomes. C. daughter cells. D. simplified cells. 6. Suppose you’re looking through a microscope and you see an exchange of chromosome segments between chromosome pair 7 and chromosome pair 15. This condition is an example of A. translocation. B. duplication. C. inversion. D. relocation. 7. A DNA molecule has a unique [more...]
Date: 2010-10-11 06:15:39
Has DNA fingerprinting helped detecting cases in India?
Has DNA fingerprinting helped detecting cases in India? Whats the use of DNA fingerprinting in forensic science? Its Institutes in New Delhi? How is it helpful in detecting criminals?examples. Tags: criminals, dna, forensic science, new delhi This entry was posted on Saturday, November 14th, 2009 at 10:33 am and is filed under DNA Fingerprinting. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own [more...]
Date: 2009-11-14 10:33:36
Buy and Download Editable PowerPoint Products | DNA Helix | Example
Text placeholders are present to add relevant content, while colors, image effects and animations may be used to personalize a presentation. Download this customizable DNA Helix diagram today to wow your audience in your next presentation. Buy the Editable DNA Helix PPT Slide Tagged as: Business Diagrams, Editable PowerPoint [more...]
Date: 2010-10-05 07:37:40
Purdue Newsroom - Purdue professor wins Nobel Prize in chemistry
Examples of applications include drug manufacturing, fluorescent marking that has been essential for DNA sequencing and creating materials for thin LED displays. He discovered catalytic reactions using a number of transition metals that allow various organic compounds to be synthesized widely, efficiently and selectively for use in fields ranging from medicine to materials development. His work has resulted in dramatically reducing the cost of using such metals, like palladium, in the synthesis. "Catalysts are not lost as they spur a chemical reaction, they are recycled and can be used over [more...]
Date: 2010-10-06 20:05:13
Relationship DNA tests: X chromosome Test
Siblings, either male or female, wishing to establish whether they share the same mother (perhaps adopted children) would do a DNA maternity test or even more accurate an MtDNA test (mitochondrial DNA test). Relationship testing, as in the example of 2 females doing an X chromosome test to see if they share the same dad, will never be as accurate as a paternity test. The X chromosome test will show the probability of relationship between two females. No related [more...]
Date: 2010-10-08 10:45:21
The Foundations of P4 Medicine | P4 Medicine at Ohio State
For example, automated DNA sequencing is now moving into a third technology generation. I predict that in less than 5 years we will be able to sequence an individual's genome for under $1000. Thus, your genome sequence will soon become [more...]
Date: 2010-10-13 16:19:51
Genetics Computer Teaching Simulation Programs: Promise and ...
Other programs in the Hands On Genetics set include an elementary simulation of DNA replication, transcription, and translation; a PCR simulation; and a restriction enzyme site mapping exercise. ... The most common type of software might be described as "animation," rather than simulation software, as in the Hands on Genetics programs. Perhaps the best example of this is the comprehensive and informative "DNA from the Beginning" (http://dnaftb.org), a free set of modules [more...]
Date: 2010-08-16 19:16:11
Evolution, Week of 10/13-10/15/10 | Mr. Willard's Life Science Class
Mini-lesson: Students will watch the CNN segment, “Deciphering Dog DNA” and answer the related questions. This is a science, technology, and society piece that shows how scientists are using dog DNA to show dogs are decendants of wolves and evolved due to a form of natural selection known as selective breeding. Work Period: Students will work in cooperative groups to complete “DNA Mutation Identification”. Home work: Define the term evolution and give an example. 10/14: Sponge: Students will describe Charles Darwin’s observations and discuss why his ideas were so [more...]
Date: 2010-10-12 19:33:39
CS – I Don't Think So! | The Freeman | Ideas On Liberty
Prosecutors for years have enlisted DNA and other forensic devices to help gain convictions. For example, prosecutors used analysis of wood slivers to help convict Bruno Hauptmann more than 70 years ago in the kidnapping death of Charles Lindbergh's son. ... There is also the article below from a few years ago about the work of Tony Frudakis in DNA profiling. The last line of the article is worth looking at even if you don't read the whole thing. [more...]
Date: 2010-10-06 04:01:14
How to Maximize Free DNA Testing
DNA testing has not been limited to the study of the human gene, but has also included that of our beloved canines. DNA testing centers for dogs are open to identify the breeds and ancestry of our pets. Free DNA testing also shoots from legal cases with proceedings done underway. DNA testing for these circumstances can include not only the victim and possible suspects but also other individuals present at the crime scene. Some legal reasons that require DNA testing are for alimony or patrimony reasons. In these cases, the genetic markers are looked into to determine, for example, the [more...]
Date: 2010-05-03 22:41:52
Happy Dog DNA: BioPet Vet Lab DNA Test
Happy Dog DNA occasionally gets asked if the dog DNA breed test really works. We try to give concrete examples whenever possible so here's a great story from a satisfied BioPet customer. One dog was exactly what the customer guessed and the other was a control test using a dog with known heritage. Yes, it really, really does work! [more...]
Date: 2009-04-17 13:29:00
OhGizmo! » Archive » Spartan DX Personal DNA Analyzer For Playing ...
Also, DNA extraction is getting much easier these days. For example, EPICENTRE has a buccal swab that lets you collect and extract PCR-quality DNA in 3 minutes: [more...]
Date: 2007-06-13 06:30:48
Evolution News & Views: Does Darrel Falk's Junk DNA Argument for ...
Dr. Falk appears to be too hasty in his assumption that pseudogenes have "no function" and thereby show evidence for common ancestry. The bottom line is that the "junk" or "gibberish" DNA paradigm is being consistently overturned as time goes on, and we now know that the vast majority of our DNA has function. As one news article said when reporting on the results of the ENCODE project in 2007: The findings, from a project involving hundreds of scientists in 11 countries and detailed in 29 papers being published today, confirm growing suspicions that the stretches of 'junk DNA' flanking [more...]
Date: 2010-03-23 19:00:45
DNA art imitates life: Construction of a nanoscale Mobius strip
The circulations of earth's warmer and cooler ocean currents for example, describe a Möbius shape. Other topological structures are common to biological systems, particularly in the case of DNA, the 3 billion chemical bases of which are packed by the chromosome inside the cell, using topological structures. "In bacteria, plasmid DNA is wound into a supercoil," Yan explains. "Then the enzymes can come in and cut and reconfigure the topology to relieve the torsion in the supercoil so that all the other cellular machinery can have access to the gene for replication, transcription and so [more...]
Date: 2010-10-08 21:50:00
About Computer Virus
Norton, for example, by scanning for signatures, Nachenberg said. /> Signature scanning? similar to finding DNA fingerprinting, he said. Revision of the Code of Norton program to find us? that made the virus. He added that the poor user who is located in a large database of other bad code. Then, using an extensive database to find and match the code in it with a similar code on your computer. When looking for the virus code, which allows to [more...]
Date: 2010-10-03 02:54:32
Tainted Confessions End Up in Long Prison Sentences - Miami ...
A recent study out of the University of Virginia revealed that in 250 rape and murder cases where the defendants were eventually exonerated as a result of DNA testing, 40 individuals had confessed to a crime or crimes they did not commit. Three examples of recently exonerated, wrongfully accused defendants convicted of violent crimes come out of Broward County. Don't kid yourself, defendants charged in Miami-Dade County and across the State of Florida are doing hard time for crimes they did not commit. The lucky defendants are the ones that are released because DNA existed to prove their [more...]
Date: 2010-10-06 14:29:15
Pleiotropy: Some more junk DNA shown to have function
It shows a function for some "junk DNA" - DNA that does not serve any function for the developing organisms - namely in coding for micropeptides (very short proteins), which have now been shown to have a regulatory function in Drosophila. The first lines of the abstract readsA substantial proportion of eukaryotic transcripts are considered to be noncoding RNAs because they contain only short open reading frames (sORFs). Recent findings suggest, however, that some sORFs encode small bioactive peptides. Here, we show that peptides of 11 to 32 amino acids encoded by the polished rice (pri) sORF [more...]
Date: 2010-07-19 07:00:00
DNA test favors Va. man convicted of rape - Maryland Daily Record
DNA tests conducted under Virginia’s one-of-a-kind post-conviction DNA testing program indicate that a man who served seven years in prison for a 1979 rape didn’t commit the crime, and he wants Virginia’s high court to declare him innocent. Calvin Wayne Cunningham would be the eighth man exonerated by decades-old biological evidence and the third since Virginia began its massive project to clear those who may have been wrongly convicted in the 1970s and 1980s from biological evidence saved before DNA testing was available. Cunningham, 57, was convicted in 1981 of raping the [more...]
Date: 2010-08-12 00:17:00
Blog: Behavior Ecology And Sociobiology » Current Opinion In ...
For example, molecular processes such as protein, DNA, and RNA conformation changes take place in a timescale ranging from 100 fs to 100 s. (For discussion, see, e.g., Whitesides, G. M., Nat. Biotechnol. 21, 1161-1165 (2003); Williams, S. et al., Biochemistry 35, 691-697 (1996); Gilmanshin, R., et al., Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 94, 3709-3713 (1997); Callender, R. H., et al., Annual Review of Physical Chemistry 49, 173-202 (1998);Trifonov, A. et al., Journal of Physical Chemistry B 109, 19490-19495 (2005); Cheatham, T. E., Curr. Opin. Struct. Biol. 14, 360-367 (2004); Millar, D. P., Curr. [more...]
Date: 2010-10-13 11:23:16
Using Genetic Genealogy to Discover Royal Relatives - Genealogy ...
The DNA testing revealed that Mr. Holland is a long-lost relative of a ruling family in Cameroon, West Africa. In November, Mr. Holland will take his American family, including his 79 year old mother, to Cameroon, to visit with his African family. How exciting!This is one example of how genetic genealogy can be used. Genetic genealogy looks at a select number of DNA markers, (instead of examining the entire genome, or the information used for paternity tests). In general, there are two ways to go. The company offering services in genetic genealogy may look at the Y-chromosome, which is passed [more...]
Date: 2010-09-09 18:00:24
Obama Supports National DNA Database of 'Presumed Innocents ...
Obama Supports National DNA Database of ‘Presumed Innocents’ Posted by PUPPETGOV on Mar 29th, 2010 and filed under Big Brother, Headlines, New World Order, News. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can skip to the end and leave a response. Pinging is currently not allowed. President Barack Obama recently expressed support for DNA sampling within the criminal procedure upon arrest by local, state and federal authorities. ~Infoshop News In an interview with “America’s Most Wanted” host John Walsh, President Obama “expressed strong [more...]
Date: 2010-03-29 15:24:05
Customized Nutrition And Skin Care Solutions Based On Your Dna!
If there was a product that could be 100% customized to your nutrition and skin needs based on your DNA, how great would that be. A genetically guided product just for YOU! It would be amazing. For example what is going to fit you better a customized suit or a suit right off the rack at a retail store. The customized one of course. What if you could peak into your genetic window? What if you had a supplement that could help you with the following things Bone & heart health, Oxidative Stress, Lung & breast tissue health, Immune health, Eye health, Joint health, Skin health, Brain and Cognitive [more...]
Date: 2010-07-22 21:16:28
Special feature: Texas death row DNA case (Part 3) : SCOTUSblog
Mary A. Fischer Feature Stories Posted Wednesday, October 13th, 2010 8:54 am Part 1 and Part 2 in this series were published earlier on SCOTUSblog. Part #3: Inside Texas–Dallas D.A. “without a doubt” would test DNA evidence –“This case has been brutal. Why? Because it’s Texas, that’s why.” Attorney source close to the case. It seems that in the pursuit of truth, like real estate, location is everything. Had convicted murderer Henry Skinner requested post-conviction DNA testing in Dallas instead of Pampa, where the triple homicide occurred, the Supreme Court would not [more...]
Date: 2010-10-13 12:54:53