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Extinct 'Tiger' DNA Implanted in Mouse Cells

Science & Tech  (tags: tasmanian tiger, research, technology, implants, mouse cells, dna )

- 4052 days ago -
Scientists have taken a gene from an extinct creature, the Tasmanian tiger, and made it work in a mouse embryo. The pioneering work shows how researchers can investigate the biology of an extinct species by putting its genes in a living organism


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