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gene
used in Black: The Birth of Evil

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?  —5 uses
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Definition
a single segment of DNA which when combined determine inherited traits such as hair color or height
  • The company, which specialized in vaccines and genetic research, had plants in several countries but was headquartered in Bangkok, where it had operated without the restrictions often hampering domestic pharmaceutical companies.
    Chapter 8 (47% in)
  • You know more about these genes than anyone alive.
    Chapter 31 (50% in)
  • We feed the genetic signature of the virus into the model-in this case human-and then let the computer simulate the effect of infection.
    Chapter 31 (73% in)
  • It's not a complicated matter if you know which genes to manipulate," Peter said.
    Chapter 31 (94% in)
  • He didn't mention the possible reversal of her genetic signature, as Peter had explained to Tom yesterday.
    Chapter 35 (68% in)

There are no more uses of "gene" flagged with this meaning in Black: The Birth of Evil.

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  • Monoclonal antibody research, gene probes, combinatorial chemistry, genetic engineering-we've scoured every corner of Earth for the right breakthrough.
    Chapter 31 (47% in)
  • Cutting the DNA at the fifth gene and the ninety-third gene and splicing the two remaining ends together.
    Chapter 19 (78% in)
  • Cutting the DNA at the fifth gene and the ninety-third gene and splicing the two remaining ends together.
    Chapter 19 (78% in)
  • 47 degrees for two hours and tell them the fifth gene and the ninety-third gene, cut and spliced.
    Chapter 19 (79% in)
  • 47 degrees for two hours and tell them the fifth gene and the ninety-third gene, cut and spliced.
    Chapter 19 (79% in)
  • Yes, now the fifth gene.
    Chapter 19 (80% in)
  • Fifth gene ...
    Chapter 19 (80% in)
  • Yes, and the ninety-third gene.
    Chapter 19 (80% in)
  • "Ninety-third gene," Tom repeated.
    Chapter 19 (80% in)
  • 47 degrees for two hours .... the fifth gene and the ninety-third gene, cut and spliced.
    Chapter 20 (23% in)
  • 47 degrees for two hours .... the fifth gene and the ninety-third gene, cut and spliced.
    Chapter 20 (23% in)
  • Fifth gene, ninety-third gene, cut and spliced.
    Chapter 20 (24% in)
  • Fifth gene, ninety-third gene, cut and spliced.
    Chapter 20 (24% in)

There are no more uses of "gene" in Black: The Birth of Evil.

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