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Successful creation of mouse from two eggs

Posted by karne (22nd Apr 2004, 13:19) - http://news.bbc.co.uk

Now this was totally unexpected.. A team from Tokyo have managed to produce apparently healthy mice from two eggs, without the need for male sex cells. I'm posting here because yesterday I would have called it SF. Very impressive!. BTW, this is NOT parthenogenesis despote what the BBC seems to think.


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