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洪泽县妇幼保健所治疗不孕不育多少钱淮安中山男科T. Ryan Gregory’s lab at the University of Guelph in Ontario is a sort of genomic menagerie, stocked with creatures, living and dead, waiting to have their DNA laid bare. Scorpions lurk in their terrariums. Tarantulas doze under bowls. Flash-frozen spiders and crustaceans — collected by Gregory, an evolutionary biologist, and his students on expeditions to the Arctic — lie piled in beige metal tanks of liquid nitrogen. A bank of standing freezers holds samples of mollusks, moths and beetles. The cabinets are crammed with slides splashed with the fuchsia-stained genomes of fruit bats, Siamese fighting fish and ostriches.来到安大略省圭尔夫大学(University of Guelph),走进进化生物学家T·瑞安·格雷戈里(T. Ryan Gregory)的实验室,你会感觉好像走进了一个基因组学的大观园,各种各样活着或者已经死去的生物正等待着自身的DNA被解读:蝎子潜伏在饲养箱里;狼蛛在小盆下面打瞌睡;格雷戈里和他的学生在北极探险时采集的蜘蛛和甲壳类动物的速冻标本存放在米色金属液氮罐里;软体动物、飞蛾和甲虫标本保存在一排立式冷冻柜中;而橱柜里则塞满了果蝠、暹罗斗鱼和鸵鸟基因组的品红染色涂片标本。Gregory’s investigations into all these genomes has taught him a big lesson about life: At its most fundamental level, it’s a mess. His favorite way to demonstrate this is through what he calls the “onion test,” which involves comparing the size of an onion’s genome to that of a human. To run the test, Gregory’s graduate student Nick Jeffery brought a young onion plant to the lab from the university greenhouse. He handed me a single-edged safety razor, and then the two of us chopped up onion stems in petri dishes. An emerald ooze, weirdly luminous, filled my dish. I was so distracted by the color that I slashed my ring finger with the razor blade, but that saved me the trouble of poking myself with a syringe — I was to supply the human genome. Jeffery raised a vial, and I wiped my bleeding finger across its rim. We poured the onion juice into the vial as well and watched as the green and red combined to produce a fluid with both the tint and viscosity of maple syrup.在对所有这些基因组进行研究的过程中,格雷戈里学到了重要的一课:从最根本的层面上来说,生命真是一团乱麻。他很喜欢用“洋葱测试”来对此加以明。这个测试的目的是比较洋葱与人类的基因组孰大孰小。为此,格雷戈里的研究生尼克·杰弗里(Nick Jeffery)从大学的温室里采了一棵小洋葱拿到实验室,然后递给我一把单刃安全剃须刀,和我一起在培养皿中把洋葱茎切碎。不一会儿,我的培养皿里就堆起了一坨带着古怪光泽的色软泥。这奇异的颜色让我走了神,一不小心切到了自己的无名指,不过这样也好,省得我用注射器再戳自个儿一次了——这次测试中,我是提供人类基因组的志愿者。杰弗里拿出了一个小瓶,让我把手指上的血抹在瓶沿上,随后我们把洋葱汁也倒入瓶中,看着绿色和红色的液体混合起来,产生一种从色调和粘度上都跟枫糖浆十分相似的东西。After adding a fluorescent dye that attaches to DNA, Jeffrey loaded the vial into a boxy device called a flow cytometer, which sprayed the onion juice and blood through a laser beam. Each time a cell was hit, its DNA gave off a bluish glow; bigger genomes glowed more brightly. On a monitor, we watched the data accumulate on a graph. The cells produced two distinct glows, one dim, one bright, which registered on the graph as a pair of peaks.杰弗里向瓶中加入了能与DNA相结合的荧光染料,然后将小瓶放进一种叫做流式细胞仪的四四方方的装置中。这种仪器可以将洋葱汁和血液喷洒在激光束的光路上,每当一个细胞被击中,其DNA就会发出蓝色辉光,细胞的基因组越大,发出的光也就越亮。在我们的注视下,显示器上图表的数据逐渐积累,它表明两种细胞产生了两种截然不同的光,一种暗淡,一种明亮,相应地在图表上显示为两个峰。One peak represented my genome, or the entirety of my DNA. Genomes are like biological books, written in genetic letters known as bases; the human genome contains about 3.2 billion bases. Print them out as letters on a page, and they would fill a book a thousand times longer than “War and Peace.” Gregory leaned toward the screen. At 39, with a chestnut-colored goatee and an intense gaze, he somewhat resembles a pre-Heisenberg Walter White. He pointed out the onion’s peak. It showed that the onion’s genome was five times bigger than mine.其中一个峰代表我的基因组,也就是我的全套DNA。基因组就好比一本用名为碱基的遗传学字母写成的生物学大书。人类的基因组约包含32亿个碱基,如果把这些字母打印在纸上,足够组成一本比《战争与和平》(War and Peace)还长一千倍的巨作。格雷戈里朝着屏幕俯下身来,今年39岁的他留着栗色的山羊胡子,目光热切,有点像剧集《绝命毒师》中成为“海森堡(Heisenberg)”之前的主角瓦特·怀特(Walter White)。他用手指着代表洋葱的峰。它表明,洋葱的基因组是我的五倍大。“The onion wins,” Gregory said. The onion always does.格雷戈里宣布:“洋葱胜出。”一如既往。But why? Why does an onion carry around so much more genetic material than a human? Or why, for that matter, do the broad-footed salamander (65.5 billion bases), the African lungfish (132 billion) and the Paris japonica flower (149 billion)? These organisms don’t appear to be more complex than we are, so Gregory rejects the idea that they’re accomplishing more with all their extra DNA. Instead, he champions an idea first developed in the 1970s but still startling today: that the size of an animal’s or plant’s genome has essentially no relationship to its complexity, because a vast majority of its DNA is — to put it bluntly — junk.只是,为什么会这样呢?为什么洋葱会携带比人还多那么多的遗传物质?同样的问题也适用于宽足蝾螈(655亿对碱基),非洲肺鱼(1320亿)和衣笠草(又名重楼百合,1490亿)。这些生物并不比我们人类复杂,所以格雷戈里不认为这些多出来的DNA的作用是完善它们的机能。相反,他更赞同一个在20世纪70年代首次提出,但至今听来仍然有些惊世骇俗的学说:动植物基因组的大小与其复杂程度基本无关,因为——说穿了——绝大部分的DNA都是“垃圾”。The human genome contains around 20,000 genes, that is, the stretches of DNA that encode proteins. But these genes account for only about 1.2 percent of the total genome. The other 98.8 percent is known as noncoding DNA. Gregory believes that while some noncoding DNA is essential, most probably does nothing for us at all, and until recently, most biologists agreed with him. Surveying the genome with the best tools at their disposal, they believed that only a small portion of noncoding DNA showed any evidence of having any function.人类基因组约含2万个基因,或者说,编码蛋白质的DNA片段。但这些基因仅占整个基因组的1.2%左右。其余的98.8%称为非编码DNA。格雷戈里认为,虽然某些非编码DNA是必不可少的,但大部分很可能没有任何用处。直到最近,大多数生物学家都同意他的意见。他们利用手头最好的工具对基因组进行了调查,发现现有据表明,只有一小部分非编码DNA具有生物学功能。But in the past few years, the tide has shifted within the field. Recent studies have revealed a wealth of new pieces of noncoding DNA that do seem to be as important to our survival as our more familiar genes. Many of them may encode molecules that help guide our development from a fertilized egg to a healthy adult, for example. If these pieces of noncoding DNA become damaged, we may suffer devastating consequences like brain damage or cancer, depending on what pieces are affected. Large-scale surveys of the genome have led a number of researchers to expect that the human genome will turn out to be even more full of activity than previously thought.然而,在过去的几年中,该领域的风向开始变化。近期的研究揭示,新发现的众多非编码DNA对我们生存的重要程度不亚于我们较为熟悉的那些基因。例如,其中有许多DNA可编码引导我们从受精卵发育为健康成年人的特殊分子。如果这些非编码DNA片段受损,因其具体功能的不同,我们将可能遭受脑损伤或癌症之类的灾难性后果。大规模的基因组研究给大批研究人员带来了这样的期望:或许,人类基因组比以前认为的更加活跃。In January, Francis Collins, the director of the National Institutes of Health, made a comment that revealed just how far the consensus has moved. At a health care conference in San Francisco, an audience member asked him about junk DNA. “We don’t use that term anymore,” Collins replied. “It was pretty much a case of hubris to imagine that we could dispense with any part of the genome — as if we knew enough to say it wasn’t functional.” Most of the DNA that scientists once thought was just taking up space in the genome, Collins said, “turns out to be doing stuff.”今年1月,美国国立卫生研究院(National Institutes of Health, N.I.H)主任弗朗西斯·柯林斯(Francis Collins)就目前共识意见的转变发表了。在旧金山举行的一次卫生会议上,一位听众就“垃圾DNA”向他提问。“我们已经不再使用这个术语了,”柯林斯回答道。“以为我们可以摈弃基因组的某些部分,这实在是一种非常狂妄自大的想法——就仿佛我们敢打包票它们没有任何功能似的。”科林斯指出,在曾经被科学家们认为只是白占地方的基因组DNA中,大部分“其实都各有用途”。For Gregory and a group of like-minded biologists, this idea is not just preposterous but also perilous, something that could yield bad science. The turn against the notion of junk DNA, they argue, is based on overinterpretations of wispy evidence and a willful ignorance of years of solid research on the genome. They’ve challenged their opponents face to face at scientific meetings. They’ve written detailed critiques in biology journals. They’ve commented on social media. When the N.I.H.’s official Twitter account relayed Collins’s claim about not using the term “junk DNA” anymore, Michael Eisen, a professor at the University of California, Berkeley, tweeted back with a profanity.这种想法在格雷戈里和一群与他志同道合的生物学家看来不仅荒谬而且危险,很可能会带来“伪科学”。他们认为,反对“垃圾DNA”的概念,不过是基于对少数据的过度解读,以及对多年来扎实的基因组研究的刻意忽视。于是,他们在学术会议上面对面地向对手发起了挑战,还在生物学期刊上撰写了详细的文章,并在社交媒体上发声。当N.I.H.的官方Twitter帐号转发柯林斯有关不再使用“垃圾DNA”这一术语的声明时,加州大学伯克利分校(University of California, Berkeley)的教授迈克尔·艾森(Michael Eisen)在Twitter上骂了回去。The junk DNA wars are being waged at the frontiers of biology, but they’re really just the latest skirmish in an intellectual struggle that has played out over the past 200 years. Before Charles Darwin articulated his theory of evolution, most naturalists saw phenomena in nature, from an orchid’s petal to the hook of a vulture’s beak, as things literally designed by God. After Darwin, they began to see them as designs produced, instead, by natural selection. But some of our greatest biologists pushed back against the idea that everything we discover in an organism had to be an exquisite adaptation. To these biologists, a fully efficient genome would be inconsistent with the arbitrariness of our genesis, with the fact that every species emerged through pure happenstance, over eons of false starts. Where some look at all those billions of bases and see a finely tuned machine, others, like Gregory, see a disorganized, glorious mess.如今,“垃圾DNA”之战正在生物学的前沿上打响,但它们事实上不过是近200年来知识界纷争中最近的几场小战役罢了。在查尔斯·达尔文(Charles Darwin)发表著名的进化论之前,大多数物学家都认为自然界中的现象——从兰花的花瓣到秃鹫喙上的钩——都是上帝设计出来的杰作。在达尔文的理论得到广泛接受之后,他们又开始将其视为自然选择的产物,认为生物的方方面面都是精确适应的结果。然而,一些最伟大的生物学家却提出了反对意见。在这些生物学家看来,充分高效的基因组与我们起源的随意性不符,事实上,每一个物种都是在无数次错误的尝试中偶然诞生的。有些人从这数十亿碱基里看到一架调控精妙的机器,而在格雷戈里等其他人眼里,那只是一片狼藉。In 1953, Francis Crick and James Watson published a short paper in the journal Nature setting out the double-helix structure of DNA. That brief note sent biologists into a frenzy of discovery, leading eventually to multiple Nobel Prizes and to an unprecedented depth of understanding about how living things grow and reproduce. To make a protein from DNA, they learned, a cell makes a single-stranded copy of the relevant gene, using a molecule called RNA. It then builds a corresponding protein using the RNA as a guide.1953年,弗朗西斯·克里克(Francis Crick)和詹姆斯·沃森(James Watson)在《自然》杂志(Nature)上发表了一篇短文,展示了DNA的双螺旋结构。这篇短文让生物学家们投入了探索的狂潮之中,最后还产生了多个诺贝尔奖,人们对生物的生长和繁殖的了解达到了前所未有的深度。他们发现,要根据DNA来生产蛋白质,细胞要使用一种叫做RNA的分子来制作相关基因的单链拷贝,然后再利用该RNA来指导相应蛋白质的合成。This research led scientists to assume that the genome was mostly made up of protein-coding DNA. But eventually scientists found this assumption hard to square with reality. In 1964, the German biologist Friedrich Vogel did a rough calculation of how many genes a typical human must carry. Scientists had aly discovered how big the human genome was by staining the DNA in cells, looking at the cells through microscopes and measuring its size. If the human genome was made of nothing but genes, Vogel found, it would need to have an awful lot of them — 6.7 million genes by his estimate, a number that, when he published it in Nature, he admitted was “disturbingly high.” There was no evidence that our cells made 6.7 million proteins or anything close to that figure.这项研究促使科学家们猜想基因组的绝大部分应该是编码蛋白质的DNA,但后来他们发现,这种假设与现实相去甚远。科学家们通过对细胞中的DNA进行染色,并以显微镜观察和测量,估算出了人类基因组的大小。1964年,德国生物学家弗里德里希·福格尔(Friedrich Vogel)在《自然》杂志上发表了一篇文章,粗略计算了如果人类基因组完全由基因组成,一般来说,一个人应该携带的基因数目是670万个基因。这个数字简直惊人地大,福格尔自己也承认它“高得令人不安”。没有任何据表明,我们的细胞可以产生670万种或接近这一数字的蛋白质。Vogel speculated that a lot of the genome was made up of essential noncoding DNA — possibly operating as something like switches, for example, to turn genes on and off. But other scientists recognized that even this idea couldn’t make sense mathematically. On average, each baby is born with roughly 100 new mutations. If every piece of the genome were essential, then many of those mutations would lead to significant birth defects, with the defects only multiplying over the course of generations; in less than a century, the species would become extinct.于是福格尔推测基因组大部分是由必需的非编码DNA组成——举例来说,它们可能是发挥了类似于开关的作用,管理着基因的活跃与关闭。但其他的科学家们意识到,即使按照这个想法,在数学角度上还是不合理。平均而言,每个婴儿出生时约带有100个新的基因突变。如果基因组中的所有片段都是必不可少的,那么这些突变中有很多都会导致重大的天生缺陷,即使这些缺陷只有在传代过程中才会成倍增加,该物种也会在一个世纪内灭绝。Faced with this paradox, Crick and other scientists developed a new vision of the genome during the 1970s. Instead of being overwhelmingly packed with coding DNA, the genome was made up mostly of noncoding DNA. And, what’s more, most of that noncoding DNA was junk — that is, pieces of DNA that do nothing for us. These biologists argued that some pieces of junk started out as genes, but were later disabled by mutations. Other pieces, called transposable elements, were like parasites, simply making new copies of themselves that were usually inserted harmlessly back in the genome.面对这一悖论,克里克和其他科学家在20世纪70年代提出了关于基因组的新观点:基因组并没有塞满编码DNA,事实上,基因组绝大部分是非编码DNA。更重要的是,大多数非编码DNA都是“垃圾”——也就是说,这些DNA片段对我们来说一无所用。这些生物学家认为,某些“垃圾DNA”片段最初也是基因,只是后来因为突变的缘故失活了。其他的DNA片段称为转座因子,它们就好像寄生虫一样,单纯地复制自己并插入到基因组的新位置上去(这种插入通常是无害的)。Junk DNA’s recognition was part of a bigger trend in biology at the time. A number of scientists were questioning the assumption that biological systems are invariably “well designed” by evolution. In a 1979 paper in The Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Stephen Jay Gould and Richard Lewontin, both of Harvard, groused that too many scientists indulged in breezy storytelling to explain every trait, from antlers to jealousy, as an adaptation honed by natural selection for some essential function. Gould and Lewontin refer to this habit as the Panglossian paradigm, a reference to Voltaire’s “Candide,” in which the foolish Professor Pangloss keeps insisting, in the face of death and disaster, that we live in “the best of all possible worlds.” Gould and Lewontin did not deny that natural selection was a powerful force, but they stressed that it was not the only explanation for why species are the way they are. Male nipples are not adaptations, for example; they’re just along for the ride.当时,识别“垃圾DNA”是生物学研究的大趋势之一。许多科学家都开始质疑所有生物体系都是进化“精心设计而来”的这一假设。1979年,哈佛大学(Harvard)的史蒂芬·杰伊·古尔德(Stephen Jay Gould)和理查德·列万廷(Richard Lewontin)在《伦敦皇家学会会刊》(The Proceedings of the Royal Society of London)上发表了一篇文章,抱怨有太多的科学家纵容自己讲故事般轻松自信地将每一个性状——从鹿角到嫉妒心——都解释成为了实现什么必不可少的功能而自然选择出来的适应性。古尔德和列万廷称这种习惯是“盲目乐观”(Panglossian)的典范——这个字眼来自伏尔泰(Voltaire)的小说《憨第德》(Candide)中那位一再坚持,即使面对死亡和灾难,人们的处境仍然是“在所有可能的情况中最理想”的愚蠢教授潘格罗士(Professor Pangloss)。古尔德和列万廷并不否认自然选择是一种强大的力量,但他们强调,它并不是解释物种为何会演化成现在这个模样的唯一。例如,雄性的乳头就不是一种适应性,它们不过是在进化中凑凑热闹罢了。Gould and Lewontin called instead for a broader vision of evolution, with room for other forces, for flukes and historical contingencies, for processes unfolding at different levels of life — what Gould often called “pluralism.” At the time, geneticists were getting their first glimpses of the molecular secrets of the human genome, and Gould and Lewontin saw more evidence for pluralism and against the Panglosses. Any two people may have millions of differences in their genomes. Most of those differences aren’t a result of natural selection’s guiding force; they just arise through random mutations, without any effect for good or ill.古尔德和列万廷呼吁人们以更开阔的眼光来看待进化,为其他的进化力量,如意外和历史突发事件,以及在生命的不同层面上展开的过程留下空间——也就是古尔德常说的“多元主义”。当时正值遗传学家们第一次触及人类基因组的分子秘密之时,古尔德和列万廷发现了更多持多元主义,反对盲目乐观的据。任何两个人的基因组之间都可能存在数百万个差异,其中大多数都不是自然选择引导下的结果,它们只是些随机突变,无所谓好坏。When Crick and others began to argue for junk DNA, they were guided by a similar vision of nature as slipshod. Just as male nipples are a useless vestige of evolution, so, in their theory, is a majority of our genome. Far from the height of machine-like perfection, the genome is largely a palimpsest of worthless instructions, a den of harmless parasites. Crick and his colleagues argued that transposable elements were common in our genome not because they did something essential for us, but because they could exploit us for their own replication. Gould delighted at this good intellectual company, arguing that transposable elements behaved like miniature organisms, evolving to become better at adding new copies to their host genomes. Our genomes were their ocean, their savanna. “They are merely playing Darwin’s game, but at the ‘wrong level,’#8201;” Gould wrote in 1981.当克里克等人开始为“垃圾DNA”而辩时,他们也抱持着类似的观点:大自然是个漫不经心的家伙。他们认为,雄性的乳头只是进化中的一个无用的痕迹,我们的绝大部分基因组也是如此。基因组远未达到机械般的精确和完美,在很大程度上,它更像是一本被反复擦去又重写的抄本,又像是无害的寄生虫们的巢穴。克里克和他的同事们指出,转座因子之所以在我们的基因组中十分常见,不是因为它们有什么必不可少的功能,而是因为它们可以利用我们来完成它们自身的复制。这种学术上的志同道合令古尔德十分欣喜,他也主张转座因子的行为与微生物相似,在进化过程中,它们越来越擅长在宿主基因组中增加新的自身DNA拷贝。我们的基因组就好比它们生存的海洋和草原。古尔德在1981年写道:“它们不过是在‘错误的层面上’玩达尔文的游戏罢了。”Soon after Gould wrote those words, scientists set out to decipher the precise sequence of the entire human genome. It wasn’t until 2001, shortly before Gould’s death, that they published their first draft. They identified thousands of segments that had the hallmarks of dead genes. They found transposable elements by the millions. The Human Genome Project team declared that our DNA consisted of isolated oases of protein-coding genes surrounded by “vast expanses of unpopulated desert where only noncoding ‘junk’ DNA can be found.” Junk DNA had started out as a theoretical argument, but now the messiness of our evolution was laid bare for all to see.就在古尔德写下上面那番话后不久,科学家们开始着手破译整个人类基因组的精确序列。但直到2001年,古尔德去世前不久,他们才发表了第一稿研究结果。他们识别出了带有“死基因”标志的数千个DNA片段,还发现了数以百万计的转座因子。“人类基因组计划(Human Genome Project)”团队宣称,我们的DNA就像“一大片由‘垃圾DNA’组成的荒漠”,其中星星点点散布着编码蛋白质的基因“绿洲”。“垃圾DNA”最初只是一个理论上的争论,但现在我们在进化上的杂乱无章已经是有目共睹。If you want to see the genome in a fundamentally different way, the best place to go is the third floor of Harvard’s Department of Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology, in a maze of cluttered benches, sequencing machines and microscopes. This is the lab of John Rinn, a 38-year-old former competitive snowboarder who likes to ponder biological questions on top of a skateboard, which he rides from one wall of his office to the other and back. Rinn is overseeing more than a dozen research projects looking for pieces of noncoding DNA that might once have been classified as junk but actually are essential for life.如果你想要用一种迥然不同的方式去考察基因组,哈佛大学干细胞与再生生物学系(Department of Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology)乱糟糟地放满了试验台、测序仪和显微镜的迷宫般的三楼是一个绝佳场所。这里是约翰·里恩(John Rinn)的实验室,他今年38岁,曾是一名竞技雪板滑雪运动员,现在依然喜欢驾驭着雪板从办公室的一面墙滑到另一面墙,同时思考生物学问题。里恩负责着十几个项目,目的是研究一些曾经被视为“垃圾”,其实却为生命所必需的非编码DNA片段。Rinn studies RNA, but not the RNA that our cells use as a template for making proteins. Scientists have long known that the human genome contains some genes for other types of RNA: strands of bases that carry out other jobs in the cell, like helping to weld together the building blocks of proteins. In the early 2000s, Rinn and other scientists discovered that human cells were ing thousands of segments of their DNA, not just the coding parts, and producing RNA molecules in the process. They wondered whether these RNA molecules could be serving some vital function.里恩的研究对象是RNA,但不是我们的细胞用以作为制造蛋白质的模板的那种RNA。科学家们早已知道,人类基因组中包含着一些其他类型的RNA的基因:这些碱基组成的长链在细胞内执行着其他任务,比如协助蛋白质组装等。21世纪初,里恩和其他科学家发现,人类细胞可以阅读数千个自身DNA片段(不仅包含编码区),并在此过程中制造RNA分子。他们想知道这些RNA分子是否具有什么生死攸关的功能。As a postdoctoral fellow at Stanford University, Rinn decided he would try to show that one of these new RNA molecules had some important role. After a couple years of searching, he and a professor there, Howard Chang, settled on an RNA molecule that, somewhat bizarrely, was produced widely by skin cells below the waist but not above. Rinn and Chang were well aware that this pattern might be meaningless, but they set out to investigate it nevertheless. They had to give their enigmatic molecule a name, so they picked one that was a joke at their own expense: hotair. (“If it ends up being hot air, at least we tried,” Rinn said.)里恩在斯坦福大学(Stanford University)做士后时就决定要尝试明这些新的RNA分子具有重要的作用。经过几年的检索,他与该大学的教授张元豪(Howard Chang)选定了一种特殊的RNA分子,这种分子非常奇怪,它在腰部以下的皮肤细胞中广泛存在,但在腰部以上却完全不见踪迹。里恩和张都清楚地知道,这种模式可能毫无意义,但他们仍然开始了研究。他们给自己的神秘分子取了个颇具自嘲意味的名字:“hotair”。“如果最终明它什么也不是(hot air有“吹牛”、“空话”之意——译注),起码我们曾经努力过,”里恩说。Rinn ran a series of experiments on skin cells to figure out what, if anything, hotair was doing. He carefully pulled hotair molecules out of the cells and examined them to see if they had attached to any other molecules. They had, in fact: they were stuck to a protein called Polycomb.里恩对皮肤细胞进行了一系列的实验,想看看hotair有什么功能(就是说,如果有的话)。他小心翼翼地将hotair分子从细胞中提取出来,并检查它们是否曾与任何其他分子相连接。事实上,是的:它们可与一种名为Polycomb的蛋白质紧密结合。Polycomb belongs to a group of proteins that are essential to the development of animals from a fertilized egg. They turn genes on and off in different patterns, so that a uniform clump of cells can give rise to bone, muscle and brain. Polycomb latches onto a number of genes and muzzles them, preventing them from making proteins. Rinn’s research revealed that hotair acts as a kind of guide for Polycomb, attaching to it and escorting it through the jungle of the cell to the precise spots on our DNA where it needs to silence genes.Polycomb隶属于一组对于从受精卵到动物成体的发育过程必不可少的蛋白质。它们可在不同的模式下激活或关闭基因,从而使一群细胞统一地发育成骨骼、肌肉或脑。Polycomb蛋白可以与多种基因相结合并使其失活,无法再生产蛋白质。里恩的研究显示,hotair的作用就像是Polycomb蛋白的向导,当它结合在Polycomb上后,就可以护送该蛋白穿过乱七八糟的细胞内环境,准确地结合到需要被沉默的基因位点上。When Rinn announced this result in 2007, other geneticists were stunned. Cell, the journal that released it, hailed it as a breakthrough, calling Rinn’s paper one of the most important they had ever published. In the years since, Chang and other researchers have continued to examine hotair, using even more sophisticated tools. They bred engineered mice that lack the hotair gene, for example, and found that the mice developed a constellation of deformities, like stunted wrists and jumbled vertebrae. It appears very likely that hotair performs important jobs throughout the body, not just in the skin but in the skeleton and in other tissues too.2007年,里恩在《细胞》(Cell)杂志上发表了自己的研究结果,震惊了遗传学界。《细胞》杂志称其为巨大的突破,并表示里恩的这项研究是他们曾经发表过的最重要的论文之一。在随后的几年中,张和其他研究人员使用更复杂的工具继续对hotair深入研究。例如,他们利用基因工程,培育出了缺乏hotair基因的小鼠,并发现这些小鼠出现了一系列畸形,如腕部发育迟缓、椎骨混杂等。显然hotair很可能在皮肤、骨骼以及全身的其他组织中也发挥着重要的作用。In 2008, having been lured to Harvard, Rinn set up his new lab entirely in hopes of finding more hotair-like molecules. The first day I visited, a research associate named Diana Sanchez was dissecting mouse embryos the size of pinto beans. In a bowl of ice next to her were tubes for the parts she delicately removed — liver, leg, kidney, lung — that would be searched for cells making RNA molecules. After Rinn and I left Sanchez to her dissections, we ran into Martin Sauvageau, a blue-eyed Quebecer carrying a case of slides, each affixed with a slice of a mouse’s brain, with stains revealing cells making different RNA molecules. I tagged along with Sauvageau as he headed to a darkened microscope room to look at the slides with a pink-haired grad student named Abbie Groff. On one slide, a mouse’s brain looked as if it wore a cerulean mustache. To Groff, every pattern comes as a surprise. She once discovered an RNA molecule that created thousands of tiny rings on a mouse’s body, each encircling a hair follicle. “You come in in the morning, and it’s like Christmas,” she said.2008年,里恩应邀来到哈佛大学,并在此建立了自己的新实验室,一心一意希望能找到更多类似hotair的分子。我去参观的第一天,正赶上他的研究助理戴安娜·桑切斯(Diana Sanchez)在解剖只有斑豆大小的小鼠胚胎。她旁边的冰浴槽中插着好些个试管,里面盛放着她精心剥离的各种器官和身体部件——肝脏、腿、肾脏、肺等,用于从其中搜寻制造RNA分子的细胞。为了不打扰桑切斯的解剖工作,里恩和我离开了,然后我们碰到了马丁·索瓦若(Martin Sauvageau),这个蓝眼睛的魁北克人拿着一盒玻片,每片玻片上都固定着一片小鼠大脑切片,并以染色显示了制造不同RNA分子的细胞。我随同索瓦若前往黑暗的显微镜室,和一个有着粉红色头发的研究生阿比·格罗夫(Abbie Groff)一起查看了这些切片。有一张切片上的小鼠脑部就像留了一簇天蓝色的小胡子。在格罗夫看来,每种模式都是一个惊喜。她曾经发现了一种RNA分子可以在小鼠体内产生数千个微小的环状物,每个环都包绕着一个毛囊。“每天早上进来的时候,感觉都像在过圣诞节,”她这样形容道。In December 2013, Rinn and his colleagues published the first results of their search: three potential new genes for RNA that appear to be essential for a mouse’s survival. To investigate each potential gene, the scientists removed one of the two copies in mice. When the mice mated, some of their embryos ended up with two copies of the gene, some with one and some with none. If these mice lacked any of these three pieces of DNA, they died in utero or shortly after birth. “You take away a piece of junk DNA, and the mouse dies,” Rinn said. “If you can come up with a criticism of that, go ahead. But I’m pretty satisfied. I’ve found a new piece of the genome that’s required for life.”2013年12月,里恩和同事们发表了第一批搜索结果:有三个新的潜在的RNA基因可能对小鼠的生存至关重要。为了调查每个潜在基因,科学家设法删除了小鼠体内该基因两个拷贝中的一个。当这些小鼠交配时,一部分胚胎将带有两个基因拷贝,有的带有一个,有的则一个也没有。不论是缺少这三种DNA片段中的哪一个,小鼠都会胎死宫中或在出生后不久死亡。“敲除了一个‘垃圾DNA’片段,小鼠就无法存活,”里恩说。“如果你要提出批评意见,尽管说好了。但我已经很满意了。我又发现了一个新的生命必需的基因组片段。”As the scientists find new RNA molecules that look to be important, they are picking out a few to examine in close molecular detail. “I’m totally in love with this one,” Rinn said, standing at a whiteboard wall and drawing a looping line to illustrate yet another RNA molecule, one that he calls “firre.” The experiments that Rinn’s team has run on firre suggest that it performs a spectacular lasso act, grabbing onto three different chromosomes at once and drawing them together. Rinn suspects that there are thousands of RNA molecules encoded in our genomes that perform similar feats: bending DNA, unspooling it, bringing it in contact with certain proteins and otherwise endowing it with a versatility it would lack on its own.在寻找新的具有重要功能的RNA分子的同时,科学家们也从中选出了几个来进行分子层面上的详细研究。里恩站在白板前,用循环线图示向我阐释另一种被他命名为“firre”的RNA分子,“我想我已经深深爱上它了,”他说。里恩的团队目前对firre进行的实验表明,它的功能像一个巨大的套索,可以同时抓住三个不同的染色体并把它们拉到一块儿来。里恩怀疑我们的基因组编码了成千上万个可以进行类似壮举的RNA分子,它们可以弯曲DNA、解开DNA螺旋,使其与某些特定的蛋白质接触或者赋予其本身没有的广泛功用。“It’s genomic origami,” Rinn said about this theory. “In every cell, you have the same piece of paper. Stem cell, brain cell, liver cell, it’s all made from the same piece of paper. How you fold that paper determines if you get a paper airplane or a duck. It’s the shape that you fold it into that matters. This has to be the 3-D code of biology.”“这就好比在基因组层面上做折纸手工,”里恩这样解释他的理论。“每个细胞都拥有一张同样的纸。干细胞、脑细胞、肝脏细胞……全都是从同样的纸上诞生的,是你的折法决定了最后会得到一架飞机还是一只鸭子。你折叠出来的形状才是最重要的。这是生物学的三维代码。”To some biologists, discoveries like Rinn’s hint at a hidden treasure house in our genome. Because a few of these RNA molecules have turned out to be so crucial, they think, the rest of the noncoding genome must be crammed with riches. But to Gregory and others, that is a blinkered optimism worthy of Dr. Pangloss. They, by contrast, are deeply pessimistic about where this research will lead. Most of the RNA molecules that our cells make will probably not turn out to perform the sort of essential functions that hotair and firre do. Instead, they are nothing more than what happens when RNA-making proteins bump into junk DNA from time to time.一些生物学家认为,里恩这类新发现提示我们的基因组中隐藏着一座大宝库。由于已有研究明,有几种这样的RNA分子至关重要,他们认为,基因组其余的非编码片段一定也蕴藏着丰富的宝藏。但是格雷戈里和其他人表示这种想法不过是潘格罗士士那样的盲目乐观罢了。相比之下,他们倒是对这项研究的前景深感悲观。事实上,我们的细胞制造的大多数RNA分子很可能并没有像hotair或firre那样的重要功能。相反,在大部分情况下,不过是制造RNA的蛋白质偶尔撞上了“垃圾DNA”而已。“You say, ‘I found it — America!’#8201;” says Alex Palazzo, a biochemist at the University of Toronto who co-wrote a spirited defense of junk DNA with Gregory last year in the journal PLOS Genetics. “But probably what you found is a little bit of noise.”“你兴奋地宣称:‘我发现了美洲新大陆!’”多伦多大学(University of Toronto)的生化学家,与格雷戈里协力在《公共科学图书馆:遗传学》杂志(PLOS Genetics)上撰文为“垃圾DNA”坚决辩护的亚历克斯·帕拉佐(Alex Palazzo)说,“但你发现的很可能只是一点点噪音罢了。”Palazzo and his colleagues also roll their eyes at the triumphant declarations being made about recent large-scale surveys of the human genome. One news release from an N.I.H. project declared, “Much of what has been called ‘junk DNA’ in the human genome is actually a massive control panel with millions of switches regulating the activity of our genes.” Researchers like Gregory consider this sort of rhetoric to be leaping far beyond the actual evidence. Gregory likens the search for useful pieces of noncoding DNA to using a metal detector to find gold buried at the beach. “The idea of combing the beach is a great idea,” he says. But you have to make sure your metal detector doesn’t go off when it responds to any metal. “You’re going to find bottle caps and nails,” Gregory says.帕拉佐和同事们还将目光转向了近期的一次大规模人类基因组调查的胜利宣言。一项N.I.H.项目最近发布新闻称:“人类基因组中之前被称为‘垃圾DNA’的片段其实大多是巨大的控制面板,内含数以百万计的开关,调节着我们的基因活性。”格雷戈里等研究人员认为这是远远超出了实际据的浮夸之辞。格雷戈里将寻找有用的非编码DNA片段比作使用金属探测器搜索埋在沙滩里的黄金。“把海滩彻底搜查一番是个好主意,”他说。但你必须确保你的金属探测器不会遇到任何金属都警铃大作。“不然你找到的绝大部分都将是瓶盖和钉子。”格雷戈里说;He expects that as we examine the genome more closely, we’ll find many bottle caps and nails. It’s a prediction based, he and others argue, on the deep evolutionary history of our genome. Over millions of years, essential genes haven’t changed very much, while junk DNA has picked up many harmless mutations. Scientists at the University of Oxford have measured evolutionary change over the past 100 million years at every spot in the human genome. “I can today say, hand on my heart, that 8 percent, plus or minus 1 percent, is what I would consider functional,” Chris Ponting, an author of the study, says. And the other 92 percent? “It doesn’t seem to matter that much,” he says.他预计,随着我们更仔细地检查基因组,还会发现许多瓶盖和钉子。他和其他人表示,这个预测是基于我们基因组深厚的进化史做出的。数百万年来,必需基因并没发生多少变化,而“垃圾DNA”却带上了很多无害的突变。牛津大学(University of Oxford)的科学家们衡量了过去一亿年来人类基因组的每个位点在进化上的改变。该研究的作者之一,克里斯·庞廷(Chris Ponting)说:“现在我敢拍着胸脯说,我认为其中只有8%(上下波动范围不会超过1%)具有生物学功能。”那其他的92%呢?“似乎就没那么重要了,”他说。It’s no coincidence, researchers like Gregory argue, that bona fide creationists have used recent changes in the thinking about junk DNA to try to turn back the clock to the days before Darwin. (The recent studies on noncoding DNA “clearly demonstrate we are ‘fearfully and wonderfully made’ by our Creator God,” declared the Institute for Creation Research.) In a sense, this debate stretches back to Darwin himself, whose 1859 book, “On the Origin of Species,” set the course for our understanding natural selection as a natural “designer.” Later in his life, Darwin took pains to stress that there was more to evolution than natural selection. He was frustrated to see how many of his ers thought he was arguing that natural selection was the only force behind life’s diversity. “Great is the power of steady misrepresentation,” Darwin grumbled when he updated the book for its sixth edition in 1872. In fact, he wrote, he was quite open-minded about other forces that might drive evolution, like “variations that seem to us in our ignorance to arise spontaneously.”格雷戈里等研究人员认为,虔诚的创世论者不约而同地利用“垃圾DNA”观念中的最新变化,这绝非偶然,他们这是试图让时间倒退回达尔文时代之前。(创世论研究学会[Institute for Creation Research]称:近期关于非编码DNA的研究“清楚地表明我们是造物主‘创造的奇妙又可怕的作品’”。)从某种意义上说,这场辩论可以追溯到达尔文本人,他在1859年出版的著作《物种起源》(“On the Origin of Species”)中将我们对自然选择的理解定位为天然的“设计师”。晚年时期的达尔文也曾煞费苦心地强调,自然选择只是进化的一个方面。看到许多读者误以为他主张自然选择是产生生物多样性的唯一动力,令他十分沮丧。“接连不断的错误阐释的力量真大。”达尔文在1872年更新该书第六版时抱怨道。事实上,他对有可能推动进化的其他力量,比如“在我们毫不知情的情况下自发产生的变异”等持有相当开明的态度。Darwin was certainly ignorant about genomes, as scientists would continue to be for decades after his death. But Gregory argues that genomes embody the very mix of adaptation and arbitrariness that Darwin had in mind. Over millions of years, the human genome has spontaneously gotten bigger, swelling with useless copies of genes and new transposable elements. Our ancestors tolerated all that extra baggage because it wasn’t actually all that heavy. It didn’t make them inordinately sick. Copying all that extra DNA didn’t require them to draw off energy required for other tasks. They couldn’t add an infinite amount of junk to the genome, but they could accept an awful lot. To subtract junk, meanwhile, would require swarms of proteins to chop out every single dead gene or transposable element — without chopping out an essential gene. A genome evolving away its junk would lose the race to sloppier genomes, which left more resources for fighting diseases or having children.达尔文肯定对基因组一无所知,因为直到他去世几十年后,科学家们才开始孜孜不倦地研究这一课题。但格雷戈里认为,基因组恰好体现了达尔文的初衷:适应性和随意性的混合体。数百万年来,人类基因组自发增大了不少,其中充斥着无用的基因拷贝和新的转座因子。我们的祖先宽容地将所有这些额外的行李带在了身上,因为它们本来也不算多重的负担。这些额外的DNA既不会导致重病,复制所需的能量也很少,不会影响其他正常工作的完成。当然,基因组不可能无限制地接纳垃圾,但其垃圾容量确实相当巨大。另一方面,要清除垃圾则很麻烦,需要大批的蛋白质来删除每一个“死基因”或转座因子——同时还得保不会伤及必需基因。一个冗余的基因组可以保留更多的资源来进行繁殖或与疾病斗争,而丢失“垃圾DNA”的基因组则将沦为进化中的输家。The blood-drenched slides that pack Gregory’s lab with their giant genomes only make sense, he argues, if we give up thinking about life as always evolving to perfection. To him, junk DNA isn’t a sign of evolution’s failure. It is, instead, evidence of its slow and slovenly triumph.格雷戈里认为,只有当我们不再认为生命总是朝着更完善的方向发展,才能理解塞满他实验室的那些血淋淋的切片中展示的巨大基因组。在他看来,“垃圾DNA”并不是进化失败的标志,相反,它表明进化是个缓慢的过程,其成功往往是不经意间的妙手偶得。 /201504/368027江苏省淮安男科专家 Another week, another wave of cyber alarm in America. On Wednesday both the New York Stock Exchange and ed Airlines suspended activity for several hours due to mysterious computing problems, while the Wall Street Journal’s website briefly went down. All three insisted that the outages reflected technical hitches, not malicious attack. But many are anxious after past assaults on mighty American companies and agencies.上周,美国拉响了又一波网络警报。上周三,纽约交所(NYSE)和美国联合航空(ed Airlines)都因为神秘的计算机故障暂停运转数小时,《华尔街日报》(WSJ)网站也短暂出现无法打开的问题。以上三家机构都坚称,务中断是因为技术故障,而非恶意攻击。但此前一些强大的美国企业和机构遭受的攻击让许多人对此感到焦虑。In February Anthem, an insurance company, revealed that cyber hackers had stolen information on 80m customers. The Washington-based Office of Personnel Management said cyber hackers had taken data on millions of federal employees. Companies ranging from retailers to banks have been attacked, too.今年2月,保险公司Anthem披露,网络黑客窃取了其8000万名客户的信息。位于华盛顿的美国人事(Office of Personnel Management)表示,网络黑客窃取了数百万联邦雇员的资料。从零售商到等各类企业也遭到了网络攻击。On Wednesday — just as the NYSE was frozen — Cambridge university and Lloyds insurance group released a report suggesting that if a cyber assault breached America’s electrical grid, this could create tn dollars of damage. A few minutes later, James Comey, the FBI director, told Congress that it is struggling to crack encryption tools used by jihadis. In May, Mr Comey said Islamic terrorists were “waking up” to the idea of using malware to attack critical infrastructure. It is scary stuff.上周三,就在纽交所因故障暂停交易的时候,剑桥大学(University of Cambridge)和保险集团劳合社(Lloyd#39;s)发布了一篇报告,称如果有一次网络攻击突破了美国的电网,将给美国带来1万亿美元的损失。几分钟后,美国联邦调查局(FBI)局长詹姆斯#8226;科米(James Comey)告诉国会,FBI很难破解圣战分子使用的加密工具。科米在5月份表示,伊斯兰恐怖分子使用恶意软件攻击关键基础设施的意识“正在觉醒”。真是可怕的事情。The key issue that investors, politicians and voters need to ponder is not simply who might be the next target, but whether Washington has the right system in place to handle these attacks. The answer is almost certainly No.关键问题是,投资者、政界人士和选民不仅需要考虑谁可能会是下一个目标,还需要考虑华盛顿是否已部署好能够应对这些攻击的合适机制。几乎毫无疑问是否定的。On paper, there is no shortage of resources; earlier this year, for example, President Barack Obama earmarked bn for the cyber fight. But the key problem now is not so much a lack of cash — but co-ordination: as fear sps, a bewildering alphabet soup of different agencies and task forces is leaping into cyber battle, often with little collaboration. The institution that is supposed to be in charge of security threats is the Department of Homeland Security. But its skills are viewed with scepticism by military officials. The Pentagon has its own cyber warriors, as do America’s intelligence agencies.名义上,资源并不短缺;比如,今年早些时候,美国总统巴拉克#8226;奥巴马(Barack Obama)指定了140亿美元作为为网络战专项资金。但现在的关键问题,与其说是缺乏资金,不如说是缺乏协作;随着恐惧扩散开来,让人眼花缭乱的众多不同机构和特别行动组纷纷投身网络战,而它们往往很少相互协作。理论上负责应对安全威胁的应是美国国土安全部(Department of Homeland Security)。但军方官员对国土安全部的技能持怀疑看法。五角大楼(Pentagon)有自己的网络战士,美国的情报机构也是如此。The White House has tried to force these bodies to work together. Separately, civilian agencies such as Nuclear Regulatory Commission started holding discreet meetings with each other last autumn on cyber issues too. But collaboration across sectors is patchy. “The level of iness in different agencies varies enormously,” admits a senior Washington figure at the centre of these efforts. Add in private sector bodies and the picture is even worse: not only is the Pentagon wary of sharing data with, say, the Chamber of Commerce, but companies are often terrified of revealing attacks to each other.白宫试图迫使这些机构合作。去年秋天,美国核管理委员会(NRC)等非军事机构之间已经开始低调地就网络攻击问题举行会议。但跨部门之间的协作情况参差不齐。“不同机构的意愿相差极大,”一名主持加强协作努力的华盛顿高级官员承认。如果再算上私营部门实体,情况就显得更糟了:不仅五角大楼对于与美国商会(U.S. Chamber of Commerce)分享数据保持警惕,企业之间通常也害怕互相透露受到网络攻击的情况。Is there a solution? One sensible response might be to create a new agency to provide a central focus for the cyber fight. There is precedent for that; most Washington regulators emerged in response to a new threat. The Securities and Exchange Commission, for example, was created after the 1929 stock market crash; the Food and Drug Administration appeared after scandals over dangerous medicines. A second option might be to relaunch the DHS to focus on the cyber fight. It could, for example, be named the Department of Cyber and Homeland Security.有解决方法吗?一种合理回应可能是成立一个重点应对网络战的新机构。这是有先例的:大多数华盛顿监管机构最初都是为了应对一种新威胁而成立的。 比如,美国交会(SEC)是在1929年股市崩盘后成立的;美国食品药品监督(FDA)是在曝出危险药品丑闻后成立的。第二个选项可能是将国土安全部改头换面,专注于网络战。比如,国土安全部可以被重新命名为网络和国土安全部。Either way, Washington needs to answer the question that Henry Kissinger once posed in relation to Europe: in a crisis: “Who do I call?” Some countries have found ways: Australia has impressive levels of co-ordination between the public and private sector over cyber defences. But as the sense of tribalism builds in Washington, the sad truth is that it may take something — like a really big crisis — before anyone can bang bureaucratic heads together in an effective way. Better just hope that this “something” will not be too devastating; such as a real attack on the transport sector and markets.无论采取哪种方式,华盛顿都需要回答亨利#8226;基辛格(Henry Kissinger)曾经对欧洲提出的那个问题:危急时刻,“我该打给谁”?一些国家已经找到了方法:澳大利亚的公共和私营部门在网络防御方面的协作程度令人印象深刻。但由于华盛顿内部的部落主义思想,令人悲哀的真相是,美国或许需要经历一些事情——比如一场真正严重的危机——才会有人将官僚体系的头头脑脑有效地联合起来。我们最好还是希望这件“事情”不会太具毁灭性;比如一次针对交通部门和市场的真正攻击。 /201507/385714江苏省淮安妇科大夫

盱眙县妇保院治疗痔疮便血多少钱淮安中山看病贵不贵 Acupuncture and Moxibustion钍炙Acupuncture and moxibustion, with a history of thousands of years in China, is at the core of Chinese medicine; it includes two old therapeutic methods, i. e. acupuncture therapy and moxibustion therapy. Acupuncture therapy involves jabbing specially made metal needles of different lengths into the patient’s body at certain acupuncture points, treating the patient by twirling or lifting the needles. Moxibustion therapy requires the placement of burning crushed dry moxa near or on the skin at certain acupuncture points, treating the diseases by the irritation of heat. In ancient China, there were many well-known doctors using acupuncture and moxibustion therapy to treat the patients, such as Bian Que of the Spring and Autumn Period and Hua Tuo of the Eastern Han Dynasty, who had cured some difficult and complicated diseases, and thus were acclaimed as miracle-working doctors. In 1027, a medical official of acupuncture and moxibustion of the Song Dynasty Wang Weiyi designed and made two bronze human figures marked with acupuncture points, and carefully carved 12 channels and vessels and 354 acupuncture points on the figures for people to use when learning the therapy.This was the earliest bronze human figure for medical use in China. Nowadays,acupuncture and moxibustion therapy is not only widely used in China to relieve people of their diseases, but it has also sp around the world.钍灸在中国已有几千年的历史,是中国医学宝库中一颗璀璨的明珠。针灸术包括中国两种古老的治病方法:针法和灸法。针法是用特制的不同长度的金属针,按一定穴位,刺入病人体内,用捻、提等手法治疗疾病。灸法是把烧着的艾绒按一定的穴位,靠近皮肤或放在皮肤上,利用热的刺激来治疗疾病。中国古代有很多用针灸术为人治病的名医,像春秋时的扁鹊、东汉时的华佗等,他们治过不少疑难杂症,被誉为能使人起死回生的“神医”。公元1027年,宋代针灸医官王惟一,创造了针灸史上一大奇迹。他设计铸造了两具针灸铜人模型,在铜人体上精细地刻了十二经脉和354个穴位,供人学习针灸时使用。这是中国最早的医用铜人模型,也是中国针灸教育事业上的一个创举。今天,古老的针灸术不但在中国广泛使用,为人们解除病痛,而且还漂洋过海,传到了全世界各个地方。 /201601/419333淮安医院包皮手术多少钱

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