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Living mammoth cell found in Russia revives cloning hopes

from RIA Novosti

The results of a joint Russian-South Korean expedition in search of clonable mammoth cells in permafrost were summed up at the North-Eastern Federal University, located in the Republic of Yakutia. The expedition found mammoth wool with frozen fat and several bones, including a marrow bone, near the village of Kazachye. When analyzing the bone marrow through a high-resolution microscope, scientists discovered a visibly undamaged karyon, or a cell nucleus. more


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