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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

... or pathological responses of an integrated organism. Along with genomics and proteomics studies, a key part in solving this problem is assigned to the analysis of morphological, physiological, and behavioral processes, united within the concept of phenotyping . This field has recently gained considerable methodological support owing to the advances in the creation of the above-mentioned systems for intravital recording of fluorescent agents, including those formed when individual genes are activated; ...

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