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  • yes and i wish i could own one as well.
  • the question is, do you have to stick the kittens under a really bright lightbulb for 30 mins to 'charge' them up to full brightness.
  • Here's the story, from Korea not China: http://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/news/biz/2007/12/123_15447.html The kittens don't actually glow on their own -- they emit red light when illuminated with ultraviolet ("black light"), an effect known as fluorescence. A fluorescent protein was spliced into the kittens' genome by exposing the mother cat's egg cells to an engineered virus. This was a "proof of concept" that you could change a gene during cloning. I hope this research yields something positive!
  • Michael Crichton recently wrote a book that you might be interested in, it's called NEXT.

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