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The Weissmanist–Morganist Strongold in Siberia

Nowadays, genetics is one of the most swiftly developing and demanded sciences in the world. However, in the middle of last century, “genetics” (and its Soviet “synonyms” – a “pseudoscience” or even an “imperialist harlot”) was a trendy swearword among the laymen. These dark times in the history of national biology were named “lysenkovschina” after its leader, Trofim Lysenko, a known experimentalist and selectionist. The persecution, which lasted for over a quarter of a century and employed a whole...

Modified: 27.10.2017
laboratory animals , genetic model of pathology , cryoarchiving , transgenic animals , phenotyping , imaging , pharmacology , toxicology , nanobiosafety
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Siberian Center for Genetic Resources: Three Years Later

... many institutes with the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences The principle to treat a patient rather than a disease, stated by Hippocrates as early as the 4th century BC, is becoming ever more important given extensive investments in pharmacology. Currently, the treatment efficacy even with the most state-of-the-art drugs does not exceed 60 %, while negative side effects are observed in approximately one-third of the patients (Kukes et al. , 2008). Hence the centuries-long history ...

Modified: 10.04.2012
laboratory animals , genetic model of pathology , cryoarchiving , transgenic animals , phenotyping , imaging , pharmacology , toxicology , nanobiosafety
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