2008 Japan, Teruhiko Wakayama/CDB (21/22)

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Teruhiko Wakayama, Head of Laboratory scientist, working at his desk,  at the science lab desk in the Riken Kobe Institute Center for Developmental Biology, in Kobe, Japan, Thursday 13th November, 2008. Dr. Wakayama has published a scientific paper explaining his process of cloning mice whose bodies had been frozen for as long as 16 years, he says it may be possible to use this technique to resurrect mammoths and other extinct species working from traces of their frozen DNA..
Teruhiko Wakayama, Head of Laboratory scientist, working at his desk, at the science lab desk in the Riken Kobe Institute Center for Developmental Biology, in Kobe, Japan, Thursday 13th November, 2008. Dr. Wakayama has published a scientific paper explaining his process of cloning mice whose bodies had been frozen for as long as 16 years, he says it may be possible to use this technique to resurrect mammoths and other extinct species working from traces of their frozen DNA..

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