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Scientists Sequence Complete Genome of Woolly Mammoth

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SOURCE: University of Massachusetts Medical School, USA, posted at:
http://www.physorg.com/news10631.html
DATE: 07 Feb 2006

Scientists have completed the oldest mitochondrial genome sequence from
the 33,000-year-old remains of a woolly mammoth; results show mammoths
and Asian elephants are a sister species that diverged soon after their
common ancestor split from the lineage of the African elephant.

Some 10,000 years after the last of their kind wandered the North
American and Eurasian wilderness, woolly mammoths (Mammuthus primigenius)

A Question of Chimeras

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A Question of Chimeras

by Clare Kittredge The Scientist
BIOBUSINESS

Looking to cure a host of neurodegenerative diseases, StemCells, a Palo Alto, Calif.-based company, has transplanted human neural stem cells into the brains of thousands of mice.

Email: Clare Kittredge - ckittredge@the-scientist.com
The Scientist 2005, 19(7):54

Fluorescent pigs for stem cell and transplant research

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Fluorescent pigs for stem cell and transplant research

Thursday, January 12, 2006

TAIPEI - Scientists in Taiwan have successfully bred three pigs which glow fluorescent green in the dark, marking a potential breakthrough for stem cell, transplantation and possibly other research, a professor said.

Animal gene renders tobacco resistant to parasitic weed

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Animal gene renders tobacco resistant to parasitic weed

SOURCE: By Katharina Schoebi, Checkbiotech, Switzerland
http://www.checkbiotech.org/root/index.cfm=3F
fuseaction=3Dnewsletter&topic=5Fid=3D1&subtopic=5Fid=3D3&doc=5Fid=3D11865
DATE: 15 Dec 2005

The parasitic plant species Orobanche can cause enormous yield losses. Up
to now, there are only few control measures that are successful and
affordable. An American-Israeli research team has now been able to

When Pigs Fly?

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When Pigs Fly?

Legal and Ethical Issues in Transgenics and the Creation of Chimeras

The Walter C. Randall Biomedical Ethics Lecture

Linda MacDonald Glenn,
Senior Fellow, Institute for Ethics, American Medical Association

The following is a speech delivered by Linda MacDonald Glenn for the Walter C. Randall Lecture Award in Biomedical Ethics at Experimental Biology, 2003 in San Diego, CA.

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