20k human chip

Arnoud van den Heuvel
March 31st 2006

20k human chip

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Gene expression technology is used to evaluate changes in genes being visualised in normal and transformed cells. Changes in tens of thousands of genes can be evaluated at once. Every color represents a different kind of change to a cell. It's all about measuring energy and classifying structures, f.e. to eventually be able to mutate our building blocks into their NEXT NATURE.

cell scanning

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Posted 01/04/2006 – 15:13

The title? --> the activity of cellular information made visual by this scanning technology can be read out from a chip no greater than 20k of data-space. The technology CANNOT be used to alter or mutate cells, but would we be able to... then this could be the map to use.

Rolf
Posted 31/03/2006 – 14:52

euh?
can you explain that?

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