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Tasmaniomics


Science & Tech  (tags: DNA, Genetics, genome sequence, Genome research, Tasmanian Tiger )

Scarlett
- 3135 days ago - blogs.nature.com
Using DNA samples culled from museum specimens, researchers have sequenced DNA from the long-extinct Tasmanian tiger. The results were published online this week by Genome Research.



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Janet Solomon (231)
Sunday January 18, 2009, 10:17 am
WoW! so we COULD [theoretically] accumulate and then reproduce the entire ecosystem if necesssary?!? No wonder people at the top aren't concerned about the 'blahblahblah' of environmentalists...they'll just get rid of the 'trash' and re-create THEIR kind [of lives]. Thank you, Scarlett--WoW again!
 
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