Commentary: Tinkering With Genes: Time For A National DebateEllen Licking
At a small lab outside Vancouver, 15 ordinary-looking mice scramble around their cages. Their coats are glossy white or black, their noses soft pink, their tails aquiver. But put a few cells from their bodies under a microscope, and you'll see something amazing: All 15 carry a chromosome, made in the laboratory, that they inherited from their mother.
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