The Human 2.0 – Genome Imperfection and the Garden of Eden | Giulio Superti-Furga | TEDxLinz

Translator: Behdad Khazaeli Reviewer: Tanya Cushman Look at yourself. Look at each other. You’re imperfect. You know, you’re short. You have flat feet. You have a bulging belly. You may lose your hair. You’re clearly not perfect. And so the question is, Do we want to be perfect? If you were to choose – and […]

Part 2: How Does New Genetic Information Evolve? Gene Duplications

Stated Clearly presents: How do new genes evolve? As we’ve learned in previous animations a gene is a long stretch of DNA containing information that codes for something, usually a protein or a group of proteins. Point mutations can edit small bits of information within a gene. modifying the type of protein it builds small […]

Peptides for Anti-Aging | The Amazing Health Benefits of Peptides

dr. Nick Delgado here with dr. Kathleen Gehringer we’re talking about what we call immortal peptides the pursuit of the immortality has been something that all generations have been interested in and what do peptides do how do they stimulate the body how do they help the body to recover recuperate and strengthen and stay […]

Genetic Code – Tales from the Genome

Okay. Did you find anything interesting? There are a couple of possible things that I’ve noticed. The first is that not all codons have an amino acid. You’ll notice over here, UAA, UAG, and UGA all code for something called a stop codon. They don’t even have an amino acid associated with them. You might […]

Genetics – Central Dogma of Life – Lesson 17

Imagine we have a beautiful article with us. What if we want to make a copy of it? The best way would be to make use of a cast or a mould. Similar strategies are used by ourselves. The most important task for a cell is to synthesize proteins based on the codes in DNA. […]

Entire genetic code printed in books | An introduction to genetics

Hello humans. My name is Nick Dent and this… is your Genome Project. Now when this was completed it made a lot of people very excited. The UK science minister Lord Sainsbury said, ‘We now have the possibility to achieve all we ever hoped for from medicine’. President Bill Clinton said, ‘We are learning the […]

How Do DNA Ancestry Tests Work? How 23andme Works.

You’ve probably seen the ads for them. Spit in a test tube, send it a company such as 23andMe or Ancestry.com and in return you’ll find out what your genetic ethnicity is, with you being able to see if your ancestors came from regions such as Europe, East Asia or Sub-Saharan Africa for example. In […]

Five mental disorders share some of the same genes

CUTHBERT: This study examined five different psychiatric disorders that we’ve always thought of as distinct disorders. Autism spectrum disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and unipolar depression. It examined the genetics in all of these disorders in one BIG sample, as though they were simply a single illness. And they found genes that […]

9.10: Genetic Algorithm: Continuous Evolutionary System – The Nature of Code

Hello and welcome to one more video about genetic algorithms. This probably won’t be my last video ever about genetic algorithms because I do have some more in my head that I’m planning to do at some point but this does kind of wrap up a bunch of the range of ideas that I’ve been […]

Stephen Meyer Unmasks The Coding Of Human DNA (Science Uprising EP3)