• Gene Snitsky

    Gene Snitsky

    Eugene Alan Snisky (born January 14, 1970) is an American actor and retired professional wrestler, better known by his ring name Gene Snitsky, who is best known for his time spent with World Wrestling Entertainment. He played college football at the University of Missouri and was on the pre-season roster in 1995 for the Birmingham Barracudas of the Canadian Football League.

  • Flow Zone Unit

    A Flow Zone Unit is a term used by a Reservoir Engineer and is used in modelling the conditions in an oil reservoir. Flow units are defined with aim of better understanding reservoir unit flow behaviour and relation between porosity and permeability.

  • Lexie Gene Wilson

    Lexie Gene Wilson (born May 2, 2003) is a Instagram star.

  • Gene Davis (actor)

    Eugene M. Davis is an American actor known for playing the psychotic killer Warren Stacy in the 1983 film 10 to Midnight with Charles Bronson; he also played a killer in another Bronson vehicle, 1988's Messenger of Death . Other credits include the psychological thriller Fear X (2003) and a role as a cross-dressing police informant in the Al Pacino movie Cruising (1980).

  • Gene drive

    Gene drive

    A gene drive is a genetic engineering technology that propagates a particular suite of genes throughout a population by altering the probability that a specific allele will be transmitted to offspring from the natural 50% probability. Gene drives can arise through a variety of mechanisms. They have been proposed to provide an effective means of genetically modifying specific populations and entire species.

  • Gene Phillips

    Eugene Floyd "Gene" Phillips (May 25, 1915 – January 10, 1990) was an American jump blues guitarist and singer.

  • Gene knockin

    In molecular cloning and biology, a knock-in (or gene knock-in) refers to a genetic engineering method that involves the one-for-one substitution of DNA sequence information in a genetic locus or the insertion of sequence information not found within the locus. Typically, this is done in mice since the technology for this process is more refined and there is a high degree of shared sequence complexity between mice and humans. The difference between knock-in technology and traditional transgenic techniques is that a knock-in involves a gene inserted into a specific locus, and is thus a "targeted" insertion.

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