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Can spider venom alter a person’s dna?
- 1 month ago
Spider-man gets his spider like abilities after being bitten by a radioactive spider. Unfortunately if this would happen to a human, it would have no effect. ... In order for a spider bite to have a DNA altering effect then it would have to have the power of a nuclear reactor, which would no doubtingly kill the spider.Source(s): https://iqheets.ae/
- CowboyLv 61 month ago
- 2 months ago
Of course it can. How do you think we got Spiderman?
If you ask a stupid question ....
- ?Lv 52 months ago
Yeah it can alter a person's DNA into dead DNA
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- ZirpLv 52 months ago
No, that's not what it's for. It paralyses the victim so the victim can be eaten.
Radiation can damage the DNA of the cells it hits, and can cause cancer that way, but it does not affect the exact same allele on the same chromosome in every one of your billions of cells.
People who die from acute radiation-poisoning still can be identified by their DNA
- SmegheadLv 72 months ago
- 2 months ago
No. It can't. Radioactivity can alter a person's DNA. This is why it is often associated with the cause of cancer. It's mutation!