The Myndset » Need a coach for your brand ? – Part 2 : DNA ...
The brand is, by definition, a quality reference, a specific universe and a vector of values. A brand is recognized for its quality and, in its domain, garners a reputation and expertise, which can lead to taking a position of authority and providing advice. All these factors can now to be put in place using the available digital media, of course, respecting the web code of conduct, i.e. openness, authenticity and a willingness to initiate (listen and participate in) the “conversations”. Facebook has materially changed the media landscape through, in particular, its fan and group pages. [more...]
Date: 2010-10-11 12:35:15
DNA Testing Along With Its Advantage In The Modern World
Despite the fact that estimated 200, 000 DNA tests are carried out every year by states needing to sort out child-support and welfare concerns, few persons are eager to perform their own at-home paternity test since they do not realize that the DNA paternity test is not difficult and bothersome thing to perform. Paternity screening requires a simple sample from both the child and probable father. Despite the lack of any sample coming from the mother, DNA paternity test results are around 99.9999% precise – which means that mistake takes place almost impossible. Several companies offer a [more...]
Date: 2010-09-23 22:58:18
Coiling bacterial DNA | Code for Life
A chain of proteins hold bacterial DNA in a compacted spiral. You and I are eukaryotes. Our cells have nuclei, repositories that contain our DNA and the proteins that read them to produce an RNA copy of them. In earlier articles, I’ve mentioned in passing how the enormous length of DNA in our cells is fitted into a nucleus. Our DNA, all 2 metres of it, were you to stretch it out end-to-end — is fitted within a nucleus with a diameter of roughly 6-10 micrometres, about one-millionth of a metre. The trick is that a DNA molecule is very skinny — it’s only about 2 nanometers wide (2 [more...]
Date: 2010-08-24 10:09:08
Tracing Birth Parents by Testing Your DNA
The tests can even distinguish a half sibling from a full sibling. If you followed my advice and used both Family Finder and Relative Finder, you can test the suspected relative with whichever test costs less. Both should do a good job of confirming a close relationship. NOTE: Do not count on a Y-DNA test for close relationship testing. While Y-DNA matches definitely share a common paternal ancestor, the test can only tie you to a family, not to any one person. Mitochondrial DNA? Both men and women can also take a mitochondrial (mtDNA) test that follows the maternal line. But learning [more...]
Date: 2010-05-05 14:19:14
DNA sequencing » Blog Archive » DNA Analysis
DNA profiling (also called DNA testing, DNA typing, or genetic fingerprinting) is a DNA profiling involved restriction enzyme digestion, followed by Southern blot analysis. DNA fingerprint: Definition from Answers.com DNA fingerprint n. An individual’s unique sequence of DNA base pairs, determined by exposing a sample of the person’s DNA to molecular [more...]
Date: 2010-08-31 16:03:47
Claim of Having Created Synthetic Life Is Far Overblown
A valid claim of creating synthetic life would require that – Even absent an agreed-upon ethics-based definition of “synthetic life,” a common sense definition would require that: (1) The synthetic DNA coding and sequencing not slavishly copy a known life form. Otherwise Life has done all the work in evolutionarily stumbling upon a coding sequence and organization that can self-replicate an organism on its own. (2) The synthesized DNA must either (a) code its own contents-enclosure (cell wall for bacteria) or (b) be placed in equally novel, human-created container, rather than [more...]
Date: 2010-06-18 13:37:40
New Press Release: DNA-The Definition
Yerba Buena Discos is proud to announce its next release, The Definition by DNA. DNA is a partnership between YBD stalwart Daniel J and Bay Area MC Anderson Ray ( VERA Clique). The Definition is something new for Yerba Buena Discos, [more...]
Date: 2010-09-22 00:58:45
The Lowdown on Feminized DNA Seeds
In the last few years, DNA has also made great advances with marijuana seeds. The many years of research into the genetics of the plant and the use of impeccable breeding techniques have helped DNA produce some of the most amazing feminised cannabis seeds ever. In fact, the current cultivars on offer from DNA are so specialized that their unparalleled potency is suitable for all kinds of use. Whether you want it for its medicinal powers or to satisfy your horticultural interests; DNA has the right seed for your requirements.Moreover, they are a joy to smoke up. One of the greatest USP’s of [more...]
Date: 2010-10-07 09:05:23
DNA: Definition from Answers.com
DNA is located in the nucleus of all cells; it is the substance of the chromosomes that separate out from the nucleus when cells divide, and it carries the genes, each of which is a segment of a DNA molecule. A small fraction of total [more...]
Date: 2010-02-21 00:10:30
grasping for objectivity in my subjective life: 29. And Prepared ...
So. Today is my last day of being 28 years old. Typically, I’m such a big fan of birthdays (particularly my own) and the personalized attention that comes with them, that I don’t mind at all the thought of becoming a year older. But there’s just something distasteful about the thought of 29. After all, 29 is the age that every woman OVER the age of 29 that is desperately trying to hold onto her youth claims to be. When I hear the age 29, I immediately picture a 45 year old woman in tight leopard print pants and a hot pink shirt with too much makeup on and hair dyed and curled in the [more...]
Date: 2010-10-08 20:00:00
Could taking a nutritional supplement keep you young?
It might be more real than not. Scientists working at the biotech giant Geron Corporation have isolated a molecule, TA-65, which has the ability to increase telomerase activity (It is important to note that his find has not been evaluated in published peer reviewed studies as of yet). This is an exciting breakthrough for telomerase is an enzyme that adds DNA sequence repeats to the 3′ end of DNA strands in the telomere regions, which are found at the ends of eukaryotic chromosomes. The telomeres contain condensed DNA material, giving stability to the chromosomes. These telomere DNA [more...]
Date: 2010-07-14 19:14:34
identity and definition
In a family, we share the same DNA but only identical twins look exactly alike. Rather than identifying with the Lord (from whom the whole family is named, Eph 3:14,15) we define ourselves as being “of Paul” or “of Apollos”…(1 Cor 1:12) …and in the process of that definition we give up the ability to have free thinking, we give up the ability to ask questions, to buck a trend, to arrive at a different conclusion. Within the context of “identity” such things are safe, but when one is defined, it because dangerous to defy that definition… ADDING HERE (not posted on the [more...]
Date: 2010-10-05 12:01:20
Risks of Presymptomatic Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing ...
“Geneticists have long cited the risks of direct-to-consumer (DTC) genetic testing, highlighting the danger for consumers who make complex medical decisions without adequate clinical guidance. On May 10, 2010, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) voiced its concern by sending a letter informing Pathway Genomics that its DNA testing and interpretation service “appears to meet the definition of a device” and may therefore require FDA approval. The letter was prompted by the announcement by Pathway Genomics and Walgreens of the impending marketing of an over-the-counter testing kit to [more...]
Date: 2010-08-25 01:53:32
Dna Test In India at Low Cost
Advanced health Care Inc offers different DNA testing and also specializes in the provision of Accredited, Accurate, Affordable, Reliable and highly Confidential Nagercoil, Tamilnadu -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/29/2010 -- DNA paternity testing determines whether a man could be the biological father of a child. We all inherit our DNA (the genetic material) from our biological parents. A DNA paternity test compares a child’s DNA pattern with that of the alleged father to check for evidence of his inheritance—the most definitive proof of a biological relationship. The result of a DNA paternity test [more...]
Date: 2010-08-30 03:00:00
More New Evidence in West Memphis Three Case
Sieri, after doing a little research, I will concede that the hair has not been definitively linked to Terry Hobbs. Specifically, it seems that DNA experts have said that the DNA in the hair is “not inconsistent” with Terry Hobbs’ DNA. I will amend my blog to reflect that. As for the hair being intertwined in the shoelace, all the reports I have read state that the hair was in a knot on the shoelace — I’d call that intertwined. As for this controversy being “nonsense,” I must respectfully disagree. I don’t know who killed those little boys. Could it have been the three men [more...]
Date: 2010-09-27 13:55:44
DNA Dimensions can definitively establish the biological relationship between any individual and an alleged grandparent. Our tests are accurate whether we have to test using only one grandparent or both. Give your children and their [more...]
Date: 2010-01-02 00:37:05
DNA, Determination and a Dose of Fun » Scienceline
Regardless of whether he pursues a career in solving crime, though, Jason predicts Watkins’ DNA lesson will stick with him. “I’ll definitely remember him,” says Jason. “At least every time I eat waffles.” Related on Scienceline: Learning gets a green face. Brain science offers clues about teen [more...]
Date: 2009-01-22 05:01:37
Methods Of Research
According to the definition of DNA, it is defined as the “molecules inside cells that carry genetic information and pass it from one generation to the next.” DNA is commonly used in DNA fingerprinting. DNA fingerprinting uses the [more...]
Date: 2010-02-27 02:08:07
DNA virus quasispecies? (Probably not.)
One caveat to our mutation analysis is that lethal mutations were probably underrepresented in the final DNA pool since, by definition, they did not propagate. Nonetheless, this limitation is intrinsic to all mutation analysis.1 [more...]
Date: 2010-08-10 10:14:21
Scientists Create First Living Synthetic Cell With Computer, Mix ...
TORONTO – In revolutionary research that may end up altering our definition of life, scientists have created the first synthetic cell powered by artificially created DNA. The achievement caps 15 years of work by a large team of researchers, led by Craig Venter of Human Genome Project fame, who engineered a chromosome and inserted it into a bacterium to create a new living entity. ``This is the first self-replicating species that we’ve had on the planet whose parent is a computer,’’ Venter told a teleconference presented Thursday by the journal Science, which published the work. The [more...]
Date: 2010-05-21 14:21:11
The Black Death Really is Bubonic Plague: WorldAtFocus.com
After extracting DNA from 75 skeletons in mass graves or plague pits, scientists have recently confirmed definitively that the Black Death that consumed more than 1/3 the population of Europe from 1347 to 1353 was caused by Yersinia pestis, a bacterium that carries bubonic plague. Other possible causative agents were suspected, like viral hemorrhagic fever, but this recently uncovered evidence seals the debate. The plague had its origins in the 1330's in China, which was the epicenter of world trade at that time, and which also is estimated to have lost about a third of its population at the [more...]
Date: 2010-10-12 20:59:03
see the world from science lens: Nature Biotechnology Contents ...
Genetic testing for rare heart conditions might someday expand to more common cardiac ailments. Already there are signs testing is dramatically changing how some conditions are treated and doctors' definition of who a patient is. .... Methods for profiling DNA methylation differ in the physical principles used to detect modified cytosines. Harris et al. compare the performances of four sequencing-based technologies for genome-wide analysis of DNA methylation and combine [more...]
Date: 2010-10-13 19:53:00
DNA Dog Testing: More Questions than Answers
Should they be liable if that dog bites a third party and a DNA test was not done? These tests cost $70.00 and above. Should the cost be borne by the shelter or the adopter? Will steeper costs affect adoptions? What percentage of pit bull in such a genetic analysis is enough to violate a ban? Can a city with a ban or spay/neuter mandate of certain breeds force pet owners to test and share results? Can homeowner's insurance providers require tests? Should organizations like the American Kennel Club be liable if the purchased pet isn't as "pedigree" as they represented? Should they provide the [more...]
Date: 2010-08-26 19:46:58
The Crime Report » Archive » DNA Testing As Condition For U.S. ...
In the first appellate court decision on the subject, a split panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit says DNA testing is a legitimate condition of release on bail for a federal defendant charged with a felony, reports the Sacramento Bee. Before a federal felony can be charged, there must be probable cause to believe the defendant has committed the crime, the court majority said. Under those circumstances the government’s interest in definitively identifying the defendant “outweighs the defendant’s privacy interest in giving a DNA sample as a condition of pre-trial [more...]
Date: 2010-09-17 11:31:55
Artificial Life Created in a Laboratory for the First Time ...
They manufactured a new chromosome from artificial DNA in a test tube, then transferred it into an empty cell and watched it multiply – the very definition of being alive. The man-made single cell “creature”, which is a modified version of one of the simplest bacteria on earth, proves that the technology works. Now Dr Venter believes organism, nicknamed Synthia, will pave the way for more complex creatures that can transform environmental waste into clean fuel, vaccinate against disease and soak up pollution. But his development has also triggered debate over the ethics of “playing [more...]
Date: 2010-05-21 13:46:05
Colony PCR: Another Use For Toothpicks « Promega Connections
Colony PCR: Another Use For Toothpicks July 26, 2010 by Isobel I still remember my JOY (sadly, yes) when I first learned about colony PCR. It allowed me to avoid a laborious procedure involving genomic DNA isolation, restriction digestion, and (the dreaded) Southern blotting. I was trying to show definitively that a transposon had successfully been inserted into a target gene. Using colony PCR, I could just amplify the DNA from a colony and then show that the transposon increased the size of the expected PCR product compared to a control. Joy. I could also use colony PCR to screen DNA [more...]
Date: 2010-07-26 15:13:31
Ancestry.com's New Feature "View Relationship To Me"- a time saver ...
This is a really great addition and definitely a time saver for those of us working on finding our connections to our DNA matches. There is also an option to add the relationship on your relative's profile just below their name, so anyone looking at your tree can see how you are related to a specific ancestor. If widely utilized, this may cut down on the "How are you related?" messages on Ancestry that so many of us receive (and send). There is a post about this new feature on the Ancestry Blog. Some readers have noted that they could do the same thing with their genealogy software, but I [more...]
Date: 2010-10-09 20:17:00
About.com Biotech / Biomedical: Most Popular Articles
Specific Activity A definition of specific activity as it applies to proteins and enzyme catalyzed biochemical reactions. DNA Fingerprinting Explanation of the term DNA fingerprinting and a brief description of the methodology. [more...]
Date: 2010-07-02 19:12:24
D-Bags of Match.com Revisited « Borderline Amazing
While cleaning out all of my old email folders this morning I decided it was time to erase my collection of scary Match.com messages that kept my friends and I entertained for a month. But I realized I would be doing everyone a huge disservice if I didn’t take a minute to review a few of my favorite D-bags. Here’s what: it’s hard knocks for a single on the street out there. I’m not into shaming the nice guys who may have posted an unfortunate picture or two. It took an extremely d-baggy e-mail message to make my list…and because of this, I feel totally fine including their [more...]
Date: 2010-10-13 17:03:47
Genetic Testing at Walgreens – the First Wave of Personalized ...
Soon you may be able to buy genetic testing kits at your local Walgreens, Pathway Genomics announced this week. The kits include directions on how to send a sample of your saliva back to the company for testing. The initial products will include “individualized Genetic Insight™ Report for Drug Response ($79), Pre-Pregnancy Planning ($179), Health Conditions ($179) or a combination of all three ($249)” according to the company. Are these kits reliable? What do you do with the information? The reliability of such tests depends upon the depth of understanding of our genetic “blueprint” [more...]
Date: 2010-05-14 14:21:42
Government moves to oversee at-home genetic tests - Chicago ...
The FDA first signaled a possible shift in direction after another firm, Pathway Genomics, last month moved to sell genetic test kits through Walgreens drugstores. The plan was quickly shelved, but a high-profile congressional committee launched its own investigation. The tests prompting attention are not the highly specialized DNA scans ordered by physicians. Instead, these consumer-oriented offerings evaluate an individual's risk of developing various illnesses or responding variably to different medications, based on test findings. That is problematic because most of the genetic [more...]
Date: 2010-06-15 01:08:00
FDA to Regulate Genetic Testing by DTC-Companies Like 23andMe ...
This form of testing, which is also known as at-home genetic testing, provides access to a person’s genetic information without necessarily involving a doctor or insurance company in the process. Almost two years ago I wrote about 23andMe (23andMe: 23notMe, not yet), a well known DTC company, that offers a genetics scan (SNP-genotyping) to the public ‘for research’, ‘for education’ and ‘for fun’: “Formally 23andMe denies there is a diagnostic purpose (in part, surely, because the company doesn’t want to antagonize [more...]
Date: 2010-06-14 02:25:05
We live in a strange country « SplitFocus
Fewer than a third can identify DNA as a key to heredity. One adult American in five thinks the Sun revolves around the Earth, an idea science had abandoned by the 17th century. I find this very depressing. But also very strange, given that 4 in 5 American adults believe science education is “absolutely essential” or “very important” for US healthcare, global reputation, and economy. How can these both be true? My hero, Carl Sagan, explained it eloquently here. He got off a plane once and took a cab with someone who was very excited to find out he was riding with “that science [more...]
Date: 2010-10-10 17:25:33
Prescribed Reading On Prescriptive Information | Uncommon Descent
While initiatives such as the Origin Of Life Prize have encouraged researchers to find non-super-naturalistic processes that might explain the origins of prescriptive information, no offerings to-date have withstood the test of scientific scrutiny. Indeed all known cases of such information invariably point to the work of a mind. Johnson emphasizes the relevance of probability in his espousal of this inference- the simplest form of life was found to be 10exp80,000 times more likely of having a mindful than a non-mindful source. Johnson repeatedly stresses how the information content of DNA is [more...]
Date: 2010-10-11 16:49:10
Test Your DNA as Part of National Geographic and IBM's Unique ...
Test Your DNA as Part of National Geographic and IBM's Unique Genographic Project When it comes to our roots, most of us think we know where our early ancestors came from – the continent if not the country. Most people have clear ideas on their nationality and they see it as a defining part of themselves and their identity. The Genographic Project, launched by National Geographic, IBM and scientist Dr Spencer Wells, seeks to challenge what we think we know about our very distant past - and our very notions of who we are. Studies of DNA have suggested that all humans today are descended from [more...]
Date: 2009-11-06 13:16:01
Craig Venter Profile - Breakthrough Leadership Winner Craig Venter ...
Having a clear definition of which genes are essential is going to be important for future design projects. As the population goes from 6.8 billion people to more than 9 billion over the next 40 years, were going to need a lot more food, clean water, medicine and fuel to power all these things. Were now a society thats 100 percent dependent on science for our survival. Its not a gentlemans sport. We think this is one of the most powerful toolsat least on the biology sidethat we can apply to all these critical needs. Q: How did a former surf bum, as some have called you, make [more...]
Date: 2010-10-04 11:30:00
Cellular Clock Movement Supports Seismic Modifications In ...
Human cells have only got so many lives, same as cats. When divided over time they are altered, slow down and gradually quit separating – this is referred to in scientific terms as cellular senescence – . Already biologists understand that a cellular timer made up of structures at the end of the chromosome called Telomeres, document any activity regarding the cells’ lives and the number that have been exhausted. Until this point, researchers have yet to learn how the running of the clock determines the mortality of the cells. An investigation [more...]
Date: 2010-10-11 21:49:26
Between the Covers: New to Our Shelves
In this explosive new book, Sam Harris tears down the wall between scientific facts and human values, arguing that most people are simply mistaken about the relationship between morality and the rest of human knowledge. Harris urges us to think about morality in terms of human and animal well-being, viewing the experiences of conscious creatures as peaks and valleys on a "moral landscape." Because there are definite facts to be known about where we fall on this landscape, Harris foresees a time when science will no longer limit itself to merely describing what people do in the name of [more...]
Date: 2010-10-13 12:00:00
OSTA » Blog Archive » 3 Days and Counting…
This is a rare opportunity to see how forensic science is actually done (definitely NOT with that fancy blue back-lighting, super-fast computers and instantaneous chemical and DNA analysis). DON”T MISS THIS CONFERENCE! This entry was posted on Wednesday, October 13th, 2010 at 6:31 am and is filed under Conference. 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: 2010-10-13 12:31:43
The Genetic Genealogist | Article Review: “Bio Science: Genetic ...
Based on her research in this area, Dr. Nelson writes about the complex interpretation of the results of genetic genealogy testing by African-Americans and black British.Â Rather than completely altering their preconceived biographical narratives based on the results of testing, many people struggle to mesh genetic results with these narratives.Â From the abstract: “While there is some acquiescence to genetic thinking about ancestry, and by implication, â€˜raceâ€™, among African-American and black British consumers of genetic genealogy testing, test-takers also adjudicate [more...]
Date: 2008-10-09 11:54:09
How Jets' Cromartie fathered nine kids with eight women over six ...
Cromartie acknowledged paternity only after a DNA test confirmed it, Pierre said. Gardner offered to pay for an abortion, saying, "We just had one done for him" with another girl. Pierre refused. He didn't visit Pierre and his first child in the hospital, but Gardner came with Cromartie's "sister," a woman who was actually his girlfriend. Pierre, then 18, bought baby supplies herself, she said. Cromartie agreed to contribute $50 a week, records show. While Pierre worked two jobs, Gardner watched the baby. "Everyone was more concerned about his football career. His mom did everything for [more...]
Date: 2010-10-10 15:03:10
solutions manual to introduction to particle technology ...
High-Throughput Solutions for DNA Purification Using MagneSil … INTRODUCTION. MagneSilâ„¢ technology was developed specifically to meet the changing … small particle size allows rapid movement in a magnetic field, resulting … plasmid DNA in <2 hours with no manual interventions. Unique magnetic … http://www.promega.com/pnotes/75/8554_07/8554_07.pdf * pdf N07848_ver2.5 MagMAX Express User Manual Principle of the MagMAXâ„¢ Express magnetic particle processor . ….. Chapter 3: Introduction to the MagMAXâ„¢ Express …. The operating principle employed is MPP (inverse [more...]
Date: 2010-10-13 07:08:10
ASTROTABLETALK: Tony Blair's Emotional Intelligence
There is no set definition of the term, and what we find in Wiki is probably as good as any: Emotional intelligence (EI) describes the ability…. to identify, assess, and control the emotions of one's self, of others, and of groups. One reason Tony Blair said what he did about Gordon Brown was because of Gordon’s lack of instinctual connection to the people and what they wanted. So Tony was right from the point of view of the Wiki definition. But I think this definition is terribly superficial, in the same way that IQ as an ability to solve puzzles at speed is also very superficial. Far [more...]
Date: 2010-10-13 16:52:00
My faith is falsifiable, Professor Coyne. Is yours? | Uncommon Descent
The creation of a machine that was capable of conversing at length about any topic – including its own mental states and life story – in such a way that it could fool an audience of intelligent people into thinking that it was human. Observations that would cause me to abandon belief in Intelligent Design 1. An empirical or mathematical demonstration that the probability of the emergence of life on Earth during the past four billion years as a result of purely natural processes, without any intelligent guidance and starting from a random assortment of organic chemicals, is greater than [more...]
Date: 2010-10-13 00:36:41
Personalized medicine: Check your DNA at the door - SmartPlanet
College kids survive on a diet of beer and pizza, but personalized medicine might soon change that. This summer, UC - Berkeley wants 5,500 new students to participate in a DNA experiment: The students will be required to return a swab of their cheek cells, so they can find out if they have the genes to metabolize folate, lactose, and alcohol. Ideally, the students who lack the genes will modify their behavior accordingly. They would eat more green vegetables, avoid milk products (and prepare to explain to everyone and their mother why they now drink soy milk), and hold back on the drinking. [more...]
Date: 2010-05-21 11:45:21
Whiskey Tango Foxtrot Oscar: Swearing at an oath
With this definition in mind, the evil that Israel has done becomes manifest. The legislation reeks of injustice. It only applies to one subset of Israel, to the Arab minority. It is clearly targeted toward them. It is making a blanket claim that all Israeli Arabs are forthwith considered fifth columnists. By legislative fiat Israel has now declared that Arab subversion of the Jewish state is now passed down genetically, just like Mitochondrial DNA. All Arabs are guilty of treason without exception and must prove by solemn oath otherwise. The law ironically is disobedient to the rules of [more...]
Date: 2010-10-13 12:27:00
Ignite the divine human with DNA activation
Ignite the divine human with DNA activation Amoraea’s group ceremonies and seminars are an exploration and embodiment of âThe Divine Humanâ and the conscious transformation of the Species. Lightbody Breathwork, Sound vibrational healing music with didjeridoo and crystal singing bowls, guided visualizations and meditations, DNA activation of the Tantric/Pranic lightflows in the subtle bodies, and higher dimensional awareness are just some of the tools Amoraea offers in his group ceremonies and seminars. Exploring multiple mediums to express and transmit the One Cosmic Code in to [more...]
Date: 2010-10-10 06:54:53
Omics! Omics!: What should freshman biology cover?
I can think of some problem set items that can be jettisoned (Maxam-Gilbert sequencing is a historical curiosity at this point; I can think of much more relevant procedures to do on paper). One topic I've convinced myself belongs in the early treatment is the proteasome, and not because I once spent a lot of time thinking about it (and also saw some financial gain -- though I no longer have such an interest in it). This is definitely a field which didn't exist on solid ground when I went through school, so it's absence from my early education First, it fits neatly into one of the key themes [more...]
Date: 2010-03-23 23:23:00
Paternity Dna Test Officially Requested By The CT For Youngster ...
Both the father or the mother can request a ct requested paternity test. A good deal of occasions the mom will request a paternity test to ensure she can acquire the monetary support that she wants to raise the little one. A father may possibly ask for this facts to ensure he can secure his rights of ordinary visitation. This is certainly all typical on the “chain of custody” course of action. Anybody who is concerned in a court docket commanded paternity test must definitely seek out out authorized representation. The high emotions which will accompany a courtroom officially requested [more...]
Date: 2010-10-04 11:57:29
Do these genes make my bum look big? | Toowoomba Health | Fitness ...
A WOMAN's fashion fate is partly determined at birth by her "apple or pear" genes, research has shown. Scientists have identified 13 new gene regions containing DNA variations linked to body shape. Many have a much stronger effect in women than in men, deciding whether they are more likely to store fat around the middle or bottom of their bodies. Apple-shaped individuals with extra fat around their waists are known to have an increased risk of type 2 diabetes and heart disease. On the other hand, some experts believe a pear-shaped body with fat stored in the thighs and buttocks protects [more...]
Date: 2010-10-11 14:00:00