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A study in animals similar in size to humans brings us a step closer to the clinical use of antibody gene therapy
Our DNA determines what we look like, including our facial features
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"We created a MOF that absorbs the phosphonates found in pesticides and nerve gases. This means you can use it to find traces of chemical weapons such as sarin or to identify the residue of pesticides on food"
Europium and yttrium can be recovered from red lamp phosphor, a powder that is used in fluorescent lamps such as neon tubes