Dietary fats trigger long-term memory formation

Apr 27, 2009 | Posted by: Cash | Full story: www.sciencecodex.com

Having strong memories of that rich, delicious dessert you ate last night? If so, you shouldn't feel like a glutton.

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truthist

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Apr 27, 2009
 
The answer is eat dessert first. That will be the next research.
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No matter how anyone wants to interpret it, this "second generation" technology embryonic stem cell would have the same genetic material and the same capabilities as the "first generation" technology embryonic stem cell. The cells are created by going backwards, introducing a handful of gene to reprogram the DNA of an adult cell, so that the cell reverts back to the state of a newly fertilized egg.

No matter how anyone wants to interpret it, this "second generation" technology embryonic stem cell would have the same genetic material and the same capabilities as the "first generation" technology embryonic stem cell. The cells are created by going backwards, introducing a handful of gene to reprogram the DNA of an adult cell, so that the cell reverts back to the state of a newly fertilized egg.

It would be the same cell as it was at the time it was a newly fertilized egg. It would genetically be an identical twin, a clone of the originial fertilized egg. In every sense of the word, it has the same potential for developing into a baby.

In terms of them being 100% identical, save for the 4 extra

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