DNA is universal-- human genes can be inserted into, and expressed by, bacteria. Buf if this is so, why is it not so easy to do the opposite-- why don’t we insert bacterial genes into humans?

by Ece Secen
(Robert College)

DNA is universal-- human genes can be inserted into, and expressed by, bacteria. Buf if this is so, why is it not so easy to do the opposite-- why don’t we insert bacterial genes into humans?

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