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    Re: Job transgenic bee

    Oh ****. But, I have lots of different mechanisms. Patents are there for going around them :D




    Yeah, I know. But it is worth trying. I never promised it is going to work, did I. I am...
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    Re: Job transgenic bee

    I can't publicly write here whether I will use crispr or RNAi or some other mechanism like zink finger nuclease. You think I haven't considered using these methods? I assure you, I have carefully...
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    This is a common fallacy. When doing natural interbreeding, half of the genome (mother) recombines with half of the other genome (dad). There are weird things going on, namely jumping genes,...
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    You don't think it's worth trying? Or fight for your dreams? Some country will allow it.
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    The agreement is they own 20% of the company then. That means I have more than 50% which means my decision will be followed. I assume, but I haven't studied MBA
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    Re: Job transgenic bee

    I am surely not all for patents. But you gotta see my situation:

    Immagine I tell you all the promoters and genes I am using. Then I would have done all the months of literature research useless. I...
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    Re: Job transgenic bee

    Sorry, but please understand I can't tell the details plublicly. I love open source, but I gotta make money somehow. It integrates into the bees genome and is inherited in a Mendelian manner.
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    Re: Job transgenic bee

    35 million $ in the US?
    At some point in the future, they will have to allow it. Or allow the bee to become extinct.

    Here in Europe they could also allow it. I mean, Europe in general is very...
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    Re: Job transgenic bee

    Btw, you don't inject DNA into the sperm cells manually. That would be too much work. You add millions of sperm cells and million DNA fragments, and by special means the sperm takes up DNA. Google...
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    As I mentioned, for the job I and the beekeeper would need to go to Ireland. There are investors that would fund the party.

    After being laid, the cells are already multicellular.
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    Re: Job transgenic bee

    Ok,
    If I wipe out many diseases, there may be less CCD? CCD has many factors... viruses will be the easist to wipe out. Then come bacteria, then nosema. Varroa will be the most difficult, but I...
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    Btw, the end goal is a bee that is totally resistant to CCD.

    For what I read, bees have a very very small gene pool (caused by thier way of *more-or-less* in-breeding) compared to other inscects....
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    Job transgenic bee

    Hi!

    I am making a bee that is resistant to everything. Only problem is that I am a biotechnologist and have no experience with beekeeping.
    Is there someone willing to help? He / she needs...
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