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Prev : Next A transgenic mammal

A gene from rat to mouse

 

Biochemists Richard Palmiter, of the University of Washington, and Ralph Brinster, of the University of Pennsylvania, create the first transgenic mammal by inserting a gene from a rat into the fertilized eggs of mice, implanting the eggs in surrogate mothers, and then confirming function of the gene in offspring.

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