Nuclear DNA Makes Baby Monkeys Out Of Three Parents
Aug 30, 2009 01:00
Nuclear DNA manipulation is mind blowing. Suggesting that four baby monkeys have each three parents. This is to swap out any genetic diseases once and for all. Its the next level of genetic engineering! Why get the best of both worlds when you can get three?
The Daily Mail has the report on why three parents are better than one. Four monkeys have been wiped clean of any mitochondrial genetic diseases, by swapping out the nuclear DNA from the mother's egg with that of another egg donor.
If three is good, how about four? And then maybe a few more to add to qualities and talent to the gene pool. Soon we'll be seeing some super baby monkey species. For sure.
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