Extinct Australian Tiger gene functions in mouse

Monday, May 19, 2008 - 23:49 in Biology & Nature

SYDNEY (Reuters) - For the first time DNA from an extinct species, Australia's marsupial Tasmanian Tiger, has been used to induce a functional response in a living organism, a mouse embryo, Australian and American scientists said on Tuesday.

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