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- ‘With biogenetic engineering and cloning on the horizon, reinvention will reach a new level.’
- ‘Tying this in with Watson's cosmological biogenetic theory (that life began on earth from meteorite impacts carrying biological material), all we're doing is beefing bacteria to be more hardy and efficient in this process.’
- ‘This biogenetic hypothesis indicates an alternative pathway to produce these metabolites, leading to a new class of indole alkaloids.’
- ‘The clinician being a psychiatrist, especially a psychiatrist with strong biogenetic causal beliefs.’
- ‘Scotland, as ever playing a disproportionate role in scientific breakthroughs, has had a significant part in the biogenetic revolution.’
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