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Anonymous 10/25/2021 (Mon) 19:16:00 Id: 000000 No. 12329
Genetically engineered diseases are good weaponized diseases. It seems like like something like restriction enzymes are used to extract genetic sequences from viruses, bacteria and other microorganisms and uses a copy and paste like method to create a viable microororganism. Other than recombinant dna are technologies like CRISPR, rather new.
Viruses like HIV plus the common flu or the common cold viruses, salmonella plus airborne bacteria or other combinations could be made to occur and turned into weaponized diseases.
Dangerous governments.The FBI, Homeland Security, CIA, INTERPOL look at at sites like ebay and try and find weapons related sells and purchases. FEAR! Yet they are oftentimes supposably unsucessful.
The restriction enzymes seem to be used to cut out something like a bacterias partial dna sequence, then use the same type possibly of that restriction enzyme on another bacteria to cut out that type of partial dna sequence and paste it into the bacteria you are working on genetically engineering
None of this is news anon we've been doing stuff with restriction enzymes in bacteria for decades, what's your point

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