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What are telomeres?
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What are telomeres?

   Telomeres are the repetitive nucleoid sequences at the ends of chromosomes.  They repeat around 2500 times per chromozome in verterbrates.  These sequences protect the ends of chromozomes, preventing them from degradation or fusing with another chromosome.  They do not contain genetic information but instead protect the genetic information of a chromozone by functioning like a…

Wuhan Study Shows People With Type A Blood Two Thirds More Likely To Contract Coronavirus Than Those With Type O
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Wuhan Study Shows People With Type A Blood Two Thirds More Likely To Contract Coronavirus Than Those With Type O

A 2020 study done in the Wuhan Province of China found that people with type A blood had just over a two thirds higher likelihood of contracting the coronavirus than those with type O blood. The study called ‘Relationship between the ABO Blood Group and the COVID-19 Susceptibility’ compared the blood type percentages to people…

Communist Leaders In China Want Praise For Handling of Coronavirus Outbreak
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Communist Leaders In China Want Praise For Handling of Coronavirus Outbreak

Wang Zhonglin is the party chief of Wuhan, the capital of Hubei province. Last weekend, he said that residents of his Province were not appreciative enough. Wuhan is the capital of Hubei, the province in which the coronavirus originated. Never letting a good crisis go to propaganda waste, Wang said the constituents need to show…

Covid-19, Communist China’s Latest Gift to the World
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Covid-19, Communist China’s Latest Gift to the World

The early 2000s saw a deadly viral outbreak in humans known as the SARS virus. It was believed to have come from bats living in regions of China. SARS (Severe acute respiratory syndrome) has initial flu-like symptoms that may include fever, lethargy, muscle pain, sore throat, cough and other nonspecific symptoms. The one symptom common…

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