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IntroductionA gleam of light finally shone down on the global crisis of the prolonged battle against COVID-19, giving people hopes of preventive care and treatment in the near future by monoclonal antibodies against SARS-CoV-2. As stated the news of NIH’s phase III clinical ...Learn More

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The increasing number of confirmed COVID-19 cases is prompting an unprecedented global effort to find a treatment for the disease. Given the fact that a new drug development could be a decade work from initial discovery to the marketplace, scientists are racing to search a cure ...Learn More

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The roots of synthetic biology can be traced to a landmark publication by Francois Jacob and Jacques Monod in 1961.Insights from their study of the lac operon(biological :"on-off" switch) in E.coli led them to postulate the existence of regulatory circuits or molecular networks ...Learn More

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The potential applications of the synthetic biological systems are in bioprocess technology to achieve the production of high-value compounds with vital biological activities.It also has its applications in the development of industrial bioprocesses.Synthetic biology applications ...Learn More

I’m glad to join the Cloud Scientist Community! I‘m Luis Maria Vaschetto, a researcher from Córdoba, Argentina. I have expertise in epigenetics, genomics, RNA biology and phylogeography. I'm an enthusiast trying to learn more about epigenetic mechanisms that have a ...Learn More

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