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But we can't conclude whether the mixing was done on purpose or by mistake nor can we conclude who did it," probe team chief Isao Katsura, head of the National Institute of Genetics, told a news briefing in Tokyo.
The measures will be taken to improve the radiation-ecological situation in the special vegetative site of the Institute of Genetics and Plant Experimental Biology of Sciences Academy in Kibray district of Tashkent region by Resolution of the Uzbek Government from October 2.
Executing Agency : State Committee of Nature Protection of Uzbekistan Republic; Ministry of Agriculture of Uzbekistan Republic; Department of Forestry, Ministry of Agriculture and Water Resources of UzR; Institute of Genetics and Plant Experimental Biology of the Academy of Sciences of UzR; Bioversity International, (regional office for Central Asia, Tashkent).
The research breakthrough was accomplished in conjunction with Genome Informatics Laboratory in the National Institute of Genetics (Mishima City, Shizuoka Prefecture).
Stefan, currently on tour as Billy Flynn with the hit musical Chicago in Edinburgh, visited the Medical Research Council's Institute of Genetics and Molecular Medicine at the University of Edinburgh as an ambassador for Kidney Research UK.
The Cyprus Institute of Genetics and Neurology (CING) yesterday held a news conference to mark World DNA Day.
Dr You-Ying Chau, from the Medical Research Council's Institute of Genetics and Molecular Medicine, said: "It's the most dramatic discovery we've ever made.
Lysenko was a two-bit horticulturist who rose to great prominence in the Soviet Union under dictator/mass murderer Joseph Stalin, becoming director of the Soviet Academy of Sciences' Institute of Genetics.