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Unformatted text preview: Dmitriy Shegelman Bionb 4270 Journal Lecture 1 I t seems that this science Meaning D.M.? Choice for what? Im missing the context here. Yes, our bodies are a bundle of trade-offs. Wow, this is a deep question! The quick answer is that most altruism is actually pseudo-altruism meaning that it is phenotypically altruistic and genotypically selfish (like parental care or self-sacrifice by sterile honey bee workers) There is much more to be said about personal genomics, as you know from my extensive comments on your Essay #2. Good Ill let Fred Barken know. Im sorry but Im missing the context. To what are you referring? Do you mean how do we accomplish this clinically or evolutionarily? I dont understand what youre getting at here. I dont think so because mutations (of existing diseases) are random, and therefore unpredictable. is still developing. This means we will have limited predictions and solutions based on this science until it is better understood, especially in application. Lecture 2 The multiple levels of gene function and expression leave us with limited answers as to what the correct choice Meaning D.M.? Choice for what? Im missing the context here. Yes, our bodies are a bundle of trade-offs. Wow, this is a deep question! The quick answer is that most altruism is actually pseudo-altruism meaning that it is phenotypically altruistic and genotypically selfish (like parental care or self-sacrifice by sterile honey bee workers) There is much more to be said about personal genomics, as you know from my extensive comments on your Essay #2. Good Ill let Fred Barken know. Im sorry but Im missing the context. To what are you referring? Do you mean how do we accomplish this clinically or evolutionarily? I dont understand what youre getting at here. I dont think so because mutations (of existing diseases) are random, and therefore unpredictable. may be. The placental tug of war shows that there may not always be a t rue, best, solution for all. Lecture 3 Clearly, some genes could be compromises. While imparting some immunity, it can also increase the risk of other diseases.Meaning D.M.? Choice for what? Im missing the context here. Yes, our bodies are a bundle of trade-offs. Wow, this is a deep question! The quick answer is that most altruism is actually pseudo-altruism meaning that it is phenotypically altruistic and genotypically selfish (like parental care or self-sacrifice by sterile honey bee workers) There is much more to be said about personal genomics, as you know from my extensive comments on your Essay #2....
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