Glowing Mice - Jumping Genes

Glowing Mice This batch of eerily glowing mice may herald a new understanding of how genes work. Using a stretch of DNA taken from the cabbage looper moth, scientists at Yale have found a new way to insert genes into a mammal's genome. In this case, it's a glowing protein taken from coral. But the technology could be used to find new genes linked to cancer and perhaps even as a route to human gene therapy.

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