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2011 (Vol. 3, Issue: 4)
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Gene Pollution and its Therapeutical Approach (Communication Letter/Perspective View)

M. Srinivasan
Corresponding Author:  M. Srinivasan 

Key words:  Environmental impact on life, evolution of life, gene pollution, gene therapy, genetic disorders, inborn errors,
Vol. 3 , (4): 332-333
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2011 April, 20 2011 June, 12 2011 July, 30

Nature plays a role to retain healthy animals by the mechanism called struggle existence. Whereas, in human there are medicines to support even genetic ailment cases to live. As the result of many such events, our genome become like a bin to accumulate defective genes that replace normal genes. This process is just like rusting of iron. In future, the evolution of higher animals from the human origin may be affected or the survival of human being to the natural environment will not be easy as other animals living. Hence, new strategies in therapeutic approach to be considered. This letter discusses the sum of such factors and remedies to avoid the congenital diseases.
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M. Srinivasan, 2011. Gene Pollution and its Therapeutical Approach (Communication Letter/Perspective View).  Current Research Journal of Social Sciences, 3(4): 332-333.
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