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Cloned Dogs to Be Mated as Test

The world's first cloned dog will be mated with the world's second dog clone, in an experiment to see whether they can reproduce normally. // Snuppy, an Afghan hound who was the first dog to be created through a cloning process, will be mated later this year with second-in-line Bona, researche...

Herbal treatment should be estimated

According to a new study in Texas, Hay fever sufferers should be turning to their garden for help, not trying to avoid it,. The study has found that a herbal treatment called butterbur is as effective as antihistamines with less side effects. A team headed by Andreas Schapowal, from the Allergy ...

Scientists Use Non-Embryonic Stem Cells to Create Healthy Mice

... (out of the six lines available) successfully resulted in the production of dozens of healthy mouse pups. What's more, the iPS-generated pups were mated as adults and were fertile enough to produce more than 200 healthy offspring, who subsequently produced a third generation. The current work has no...

Scientists Use Adult Stem Cells to Create Healthy Mice

... (out of the six lines available) successfully resulted in the production of dozens of healthy mouse pups. What's more, the iPS-generated pups were mated as adults and were fertile enough to produce more than 200 healthy offspring, who subsequently produced a third generation. The current work has no...

Birds communicate reproductive success in song

...research sites with the black-throated blue warbler in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. During the fall when some of these birds had successfully mated and were singing to their young probably to teach the young ones how to sing the researchers played recordings of their song in other places that we...

Transparent fish to make human biology clearer

...the transparent fish simply by mating two existing zebrafish breeds. Zebrafish have three pigments in their skinreflective, black, and yellow. White mated a breed that lacks reflective pigment, called "roy orbison," with one that lacks black pigment, called "nacre." The offspring had only yellow pigment...

Smoking Before, After Pregnancy Harms Daughters' Fertility

...group received PAH only before conception; and the third group received PAH only during lactation. A fourth control group did not receive PAH but were mated at the same time as the others. The total amount of PAH given to each mouse over the three-week injection cycle was equivalent to 25 packs of cigarett...

Penn Veterinary Medicine report new strategy to create genetically modified animals

... transplanted to germ cell-depleted recipient testes, resulting in colonization of the recipient testes by transgenic donor cells. When researchers mated these recipient males with wild-type females, 10 percent of offspring carried the gene originally introduced into the transplanted germ cells, meaning...

Scientists Develop 'Natural' Protection for Stored Foods

...packaging. A bacterial biofilm is a slime-like environment that contains infectious, disease-causing bugs such as E. coli and salmonella. "We mated natural substances with controlled-release, biodegradable polymers that could inhibit or prevent the formation of bacterial biofilms," graduate studen...

Environmental Toxin Causes Heritable Adult-Onset Diseases

...erm counts and a high incidence of adult-onset diseases. Despite their low fertility, those males were still able to produce offspring. When they were mated with females that had not been exposed to the toxins, their offspring had the same problems. The effect persisted through four generations, with about...

Males Lifespan Shortened By Elevated Levels Of Testosterone

... levels of testosterone and found that they had shorter lives but that they were very successful at siring more offspring ? even with females who were mated with other males. "The surprising result was that testosterone-treated males had a higher overall fitness than control males," write the author...
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