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Scientists Create Glowing Dog

Scientists Create Glowing Dog

South Korean scientists have created a glow-in-the-dark dog using a cloning technique that may one day lead to cures for diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. The genetically modified beagle, Tagon, looks like an ordinary dog in normal light, but glows fluorescent green under ultraviolet light if given a certain antibiotic. More at Mail Online.

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