Vrishchika had been seeing several kids of patients affected by the chemical leak that had happened sometime ago. While she saw some purely for routine clinical practice, she was also particularly interested in the several cases exhibiting heterotaxy and had amassed a collection of such. With Indrasena she had identified a collection of mutations in these patients and those from elsewhere. Eventually, with Lootika and Somakhya they had translated it into some interesting and ancient biochemistry concerning membrane protein stability that was widespread in eukaryotes. Now they were sitting down at Somakhya and Lootika’s house to work on a manuscript on this matter. As they did so, they asked their sons to get some lessons from Jhilleeka.
To get her nephews started Jhilleeka asked them: “So what did you two learn from Tigmanika’s grandfather little ones?”
Guhasena: “He taught us something very important which the very basis of the apprehension…
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