Re: Cornering the causes of aging

From: Damien Broderick (
Date: Sun Jul 09 2000 - 21:11:10 MDT

At 07:59 PM 9/07/00 -0700, Robert caca'd:

>1) The process of introducing chromosomes into embryos is far from simple.

Yes, but it's only got to go into one cell, and thereafter the machinery
looks after itself.

>2) Introducing foreign genes in adults need not be any more difficult
> than catching a cold or tuberculosis.

Jeez, I dunno. Bio-vector precise genetic information into *all the
different tissues* of the soma? Trillions of cells?

Of course, I hope you're right. :)

Damien Broderick

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