What does DNA mean to you? #8

What does DNA mean to you? #8

by Dr. Hsien-Hsien Lei
Posted June 4, 2008 in Meaning of DNA

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Reader Doug tells us what he thinks of DNA:

DNA is our chance to pop open the hood and tinker around a bit. Surgeons get to slice things up and sew them back together a bit but genetic engineers can really mix things up.

Once you’ve got the DNA, you’ve got it all. The trick is figuring out what to do with it.

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3 Comments

Comment by Rafael

Quite determinist this “Once you’ve got the DNA, you’ve got it all” view, don´t you think? You really think “nurture”, ou the enviroment, has no influence on us?

 
Comment by Misha

DNA: the last three digits of my cell phone number

 
Comment by NA

They always say to keep your work and private life seperate (yes I’m joking about the DNA and cell number thing Dr. Lei).

 

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