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Researchers ‘Revive’ Woolly Mammoth Cell Nuclei
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Researchers ‘Revive’ Woolly Mammoth Cell Nuclei
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In 2010, the 28,140-year-old partial carcass of a woolly mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius), nicknamed ‘Yuka,’ was found in Siberian permafrost. Now a team of scientists in Japan has recovered the less-damaged nucleus-like structures from Yuka’s remains and visualized their dynamics in living mouse eggs (oocytes) after a procedure called nuclear transfer.

Yuka was discovered in the summer of 2010 in a cave near the village of Yukagir in the Republic of Sakha.

The young female specimen is the most intact and well-preserved woolly mammoth ever found.

“In the study, we obtained bone marrow and muscle tissue from Yuka and attempted to decipher various biological information and to restore cell nuclear function,” said team leader Dr. Akira Iritani of Kindai University and colleagues.

“First, we compared the genetic information of ‘Yuka’ with African elephants and confirmed the characteristic single base substitution and amino acid substitution possessed by mammoths.”

http://www.sci-news.com/biology/mammoth-...06992.html

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RE: Researchers ‘Revive’ Woolly Mammoth Cell Nuclei
cool
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RE: Researchers ‘Revive’ Woolly Mammoth Cell Nuclei
Mmm... Mammoth Burgers.
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RE: Researchers ‘Revive’ Woolly Mammoth Cell Nuclei
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-15-2019 12:41 AM)
Mmm... Mammoth Burgers.

They actually did that with an old froen mammoth.

http://mentalfloss.com/article/57100/tim...ved-dinner

It was frozen fast enough to remain edible, even after a quater million years. a 3-5 tonne beast fash frozen that quick is bonkers.
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RE: Researchers ‘Revive’ Woolly Mammoth Cell Nuclei
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-15-2019 12:41 AM)
Mmm... Mammoth Burgers.

yes

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LopDude  Wrote: (03-14-2019 10:05 PM)
In 2010, the 28,140-year-old partial carcass of a woolly mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius), nicknamed ‘Yuka,’ was found in Siberian permafrost. Now a team of scientists in Japan has recovered the less-damaged nucleus-like structures from Yuka’s remains and visualized their dynamics in living mouse eggs (oocytes) after a procedure called nuclear transfer.

Yuka was discovered in the summer of 2010 in a cave near the village of Yukagir in the Republic of Sakha.

The young female specimen is the most intact and well-preserved woolly mammoth ever found.

“In the study, we obtained bone marrow and muscle tissue from Yuka and attempted to decipher various biological information and to restore cell nuclear function,” said team leader Dr. Akira Iritani of Kindai University and colleagues.

“First, we compared the genetic information of ‘Yuka’ with African elephants and confirmed the characteristic single base substitution and amino acid substitution possessed by mammoths.”

http://www.sci-news.com/biology/mammoth-...06992.html
That's pretty cool.

What's next I wonder... bringing the animal back?

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RE: Researchers ‘Revive’ Woolly Mammoth Cell Nuclei
Fake news. Read the report chumps!

A tiny bit of internal cell activity. The cells themselves were irreparably damaged by being frozen.

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science hard at work doing nothing useful
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-15-2019 12:56 AM)
science hard at work doing nothing useful

by the by, there is no cloning, they ship them in from the hidden land
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RE: Researchers ‘Revive’ Woolly Mammoth Cell Nuclei
Here is a story and pics of a mammoth found in 1901.

It was partially intact except what the wolves and other scavengers had managed to chew as it thawed out.

http://hanskrause.de/HKHPE/hkhpe_12_01.htm
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Woolly Mammoth's - probably a favorite of Tyrannosaurus Rex and Saber-Toothed tigers.
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PopEye  Wrote: (03-15-2019 12:48 AM)
LopDude  Wrote: (03-14-2019 10:05 PM)
In 2010, the 28,140-year-old partial carcass of a woolly mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius), nicknamed ‘Yuka,’ was found in Siberian permafrost. Now a team of scientists in Japan has recovered the less-damaged nucleus-like structures from Yuka’s remains and visualized their dynamics in living mouse eggs (oocytes) after a procedure called nuclear transfer.

Yuka was discovered in the summer of 2010 in a cave near the village of Yukagir in the Republic of Sakha.

The young female specimen is the most intact and well-preserved woolly mammoth ever found.

“In the study, we obtained bone marrow and muscle tissue from Yuka and attempted to decipher various biological information and to restore cell nuclear function,” said team leader Dr. Akira Iritani of Kindai University and colleagues.

“First, we compared the genetic information of ‘Yuka’ with African elephants and confirmed the characteristic single base substitution and amino acid substitution possessed by mammoths.”

http://www.sci-news.com/biology/mammoth-...06992.html
That's pretty cool.

What's next I wonder... bringing the animal back?

Since the wooly mammoth is a prehistoric animal I just wonder if this sets a precedent for bringing back dinosaurs...imagine if that happens...

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RE: Researchers ‘Revive’ Woolly Mammoth Cell Nuclei
LopDude  Wrote: (03-14-2019 10:05 PM)
In 2010, the 28,140-year-old partial carcass of a woolly mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius), nicknamed ‘Yuka,’ was found in Siberian permafrost. Now a team of scientists in Japan has recovered the less-damaged nucleus-like structures from Yuka’s remains and visualized their dynamics in living mouse eggs (oocytes) after a procedure called nuclear transfer.

Yuka was discovered in the summer of 2010 in a cave near the village of Yukagir in the Republic of Sakha.

The young female specimen is the most intact and well-preserved woolly mammoth ever found.

“In the study, we obtained bone marrow and muscle tissue from Yuka and attempted to decipher various biological information and to restore cell nuclear function,” said team leader Dr. Akira Iritani of Kindai University and colleagues.

“First, we compared the genetic information of ‘Yuka’ with African elephants and confirmed the characteristic single base substitution and amino acid substitution possessed by mammoths.”

http://www.sci-news.com/biology/mammoth-...06992.html

This is terrifying.

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RE: Researchers ‘Revive’ Woolly Mammoth Cell Nuclei
They have ancient wolves, cats. Pending.... Ancient people 13,000 + years old.

They are fixated on the Younger Dryus Event. Ffs, the people in the excavation under the permafrost, are finding new stuff everyday. What they are finding in many cases is a slurry of many pieces of things. Not whole bodies, and blended mush of dead slurry, wood, stones, pebbles, "insects intact", and high in silt. Victims of ancient glacial flood waves.

Now the folks finding the mammoth DNA. I'm sorry. They are serving a fuc#ing psycho with a God forsaken key. This sh!t! Is pure evil.

The speed at which information is given, about discoveries, is staggering. That alone make me see just how desperate evil is. They know something is coming, so they delve into ancient petri dishes, full of who tf knows what. Thinking the ancient past will tell them secrets, about a future they claim to see.

No!!! ducks Them!
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RE: Researchers ‘Revive’ Woolly Mammoth Cell Nuclei
RiskyRob  Wrote: (03-15-2019 12:54 AM)
Fake news. Read the report chumps!

A tiny bit of internal cell activity. The cells themselves were irreparably damaged by being frozen.

Bsflag Bsflag Bsflag Bsflag

You're looking at the wrong side son. It is called intact DNA. Who gives af about the cell activity measured. Because any triggered activity of nuclei, mean cornucopia! Do you know what a cornucopia is? It's kind of the same thing as Pandoras' Box. Or opening the proverbial Can of Worms. You haven't a clue what you are talking about.
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