No, the genetic make up of each species DNA are completely different so that it is not compatible for combination. Not to mention the obvious ethical and moral parameters that would be violated.AnswerI would have to say yes only because of the fact that our DNA is made up of our Genes and those only have so many vereations and there pourpos is determoned more by there place than there structre though i am not a genetisis AnswerI would have to agree with the person above me. I do think that it is possible to combine human DNA with avian DNA. Recently, this week, scientists in Taiwan combined the DNA from a Jellyfish with pig emryos. The baby pigs that were born growed completely green as Jellyfish do. So, why couldn't it be possible to combine human DNA and avian DNA? Nothing... it is completely possible, although, the risk may be high and the testing may be illegal. It is still theoretically possible. AnswerAt present, there are sheep with genetic markers to allow them to produce the protein for Black Widows' Silk. It works. Sheep DNA and spider DNA were combined. The problem is, it took many attempts to finally get the DNA combination right, in order to not produce massively deformed sheep. I'm sure many sheep were born with horrific mutations, or were still-born, or didn't live long after birth before they got everything right. To do experiments like that on humans would violate our twisted morality which states that we can mutilate "lower" animals, but not each other. So I don't see it happening anytime soon. And certainly not legally.
i think its possible seeing how in Britain they were mixing a cows embryo with a human DNA its possibel if the brake through is a succes than we will probably be able to do it with other animals
I guess that humans would have the ability to put those genes together and the humans would survive, but it's still sort of immoral. Still, I wouldn't mind being part avian. Anyone know where I could give up my body for it?
i am currently doing research in the field of DNA recombination and can say with absolute certainty that it is possible. just to clear up a few things, unlike what others have said, our DNA is incredibly similar to other species. our DNA makes up genes, not the other way aroung (nucleotide base pairs make up our DNA). a lot of people don't realize it but DNA recombination is prevelent today, all of the insulin a diabetic takes is created by bacteria that have the DNA that creates insulin from a human. it fits perfectly. i take it you got this idea from the series Maximum Ride (I'm a fan), and the science in the book is completely real.
A recombinant life form is created when the genetic material that is produced by segments of DNA from different sources are joined to produce recombinant DNA. In simpler terms, it's when two sets of DNA are grafted together producing a hybrid of the two organisms that the DNA was extracted from. Normally, one set of DNA will be grafted with the other when it is still a living organism. An example could be avian DNA getting grafted onto the DNA of a living human, creating an avian/human hybrid. Maximum Ride (a series by James Patterson) is a very good example of this.
Some people ask can you mix human and animal dna. My answer is yes you could. As long a you took thprocedure slowly and combined the dna one step and small amount at a time it is possible to mix the dna. My question is would the human gain attributes from the animals dna such as enhanced hearing, sight, sense of smell, a tail, and ears or something like that. If scientists can find a way to successfully combine human and animal dna without casualty I would volunteer for it.
Yes and no. The only distinction between humans and animals is in the eye of the beholder. However, viable DNA through either natural or artificial methods of reproduction can only be created, by modern knowledge, between members of the same Genus (it's speculated that this could be extended to members of the same Family, but evidence for this is limited at best). Using this information, it can be inferred that human DNA can combine with that of Neanderthals,HeidelbergMen, and a number of other extinct species. It has been debated as to whether or not human and chimpanzee DNA is compatible, but this has not been tested reliably due to crippling ethical issues. Chimpanzees are our closest living ancestor, but are still classified in a different Genus, and do have a different number of chromosomes. This means that it is dubious that human DNA can viably combine with the DNA of any other extant animals.
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