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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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A new study reported that antibodies decrease within 2-3 months after initial infection and instigated the notion that immunity against SARS-CoV-2 is short term (Quan-Xin Long et al., 2020). It was then widely interpreted that COVID-19 antibody tests are useless, and herd immunity ...Learn More

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Synthetic Biology provides innovative approaches for engineering new biological systems or re-designing existing ones for multiple purpose. For instance, biologists can now produce small molecules in a short time using synthetic biology approaches, which can address shortages of ...Learn More


According to NIH National Human Genome Research Institute, synthetic biology is a field of science that involves redesigning organisms for useful purposes by engineering them to have new abilities. Synthetic biologists can create microorganisms harnessed for bioremediation to ...Learn More


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