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Colour-change mouse created (BBC)

 
  June, 20 2001 15:27
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Dr Heidi Scrable of the University of Virginia, Charlottesville have created a genetically modified mouse that changes colour.

The pure white rodent grows a brown coat when a special supplement is added to its diet.

Complete report in Gene and Development. Press release on BBC, June 19, 2001.


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