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Bio DNA Timeline
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The Avery, McCarty, MacLeod experiment took place.
Chargaff began experimenting with the rules and patterns between the four DNA bases.
Wilkins and Franklin produced the first clear x-ray images of DNA and conveyed a clear X found inside the DNA of squid sperm.
The Griffith experiment takes place, and first suggests the idea that bacteria are capable of transferring genetic material in what is called transformation.
The Hershey-Chase experiments took place in order to confirm that DNA is genetic material.
Watson and Crick discover the double helix, twisted ladder structure, is the structure of DNA. This marked a major milestone for science, and a cause for modern molecular biology.
An international team of researchers unraveled the genetic code of an entire human chromosome for the first time ever.
The international Mouse Genome Sequencing Consortium decoded the genome of a mammal (mouse) for the first time.
The Human Genome Project was finally completed by scientists all around the world, making history.
Together, DNA Worldwide and Eurofins Forsensic discover that identical twins do not have the exact same genetic makeup.
Scientists first repaired genes in human embryos in order to prevent inherited diseases.
Scientists add a new base pair (X and Y) to the DNA of E. Coli bacteria, which expands increases the number of possible DNA bases from 4 to 6.
Bioengineers at J. Craig Venter Institute developed the first self-replicating life made from synthetic DNA.
British researchers develop the first human embryo with genetic contributions from 3 parents.
A group of scientists first developed a method on how to grow stem cells from inside a laboratory.
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