Sunday, March 8, 2015

Glow in the dark bacon?!?!?!?

Who is ready for glow-in-the-dark bacon? Scientist from southern China have found a way to genetically change the way some pigs look. In a effort to find a cure for people suffering from hemophilia. Ten pig embryos have been injected with fluorescent jellyfish DNA back in 2013. This experiment was so successful with the development of the reproductive process, that scientist from the university of Hawaii say that this could be the most efficient way to the treatments for disorders like Hemophilia. The main purpose for this research is to create cheaper and more efficient medicine.

Fluorescent Rabbits in Turkey, monkeys, dogs, fish and even sheep. Scientist have even created green cats caring a protein helping them defend against cat version of HIV and  feline immunodeficiency virus. How ever all of the bunny's were born healthy.

Here is a link to a video that explains more about these really cool bunnies.

9 comments:

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  2. Wow! This is strange glow in the dark bacon I don't think I really want to try that. It is cool to see how people can find way to cure the human body by experimenting on animals. I think that there should be more tests done then start curing people of these diseases.

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  3. I want some glow in the dark bacon. But i really want to see some glow in the dark wild pigs it would make hog hunting at night even better.To all the people who think this sort of stuff is terrible to do to an animal just think on how much it furthers peoples scientific knowledge. anyway good job Sabrina

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  4. I want some glow in the dark bacon. But i really want to see some glow in the dark wild pigs it would make hog hunting at night even better.To all the people who think this sort of stuff is terrible to do to an animal just think on how much it furthers peoples scientific knowledge. anyway good job Sabrina

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  5. Great topic something I would have never known existed until after reading your blog. Seems like the glow in the dark nature of the bacon might be unhealthy to eat or filled with chemicals. It couldn't be organic matter could it?

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  6. Great topic something I would have never known existed until after reading your blog. Seems like the glow in the dark nature of the bacon might be unhealthy to eat or filled with chemicals. It couldn't be organic matter could it?

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  7. Very interesting, I'd be a little scared to eat the bacon thought, but id love to have a glow in the dark cat then id never have to turn a light on ;)

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  8. Very interesting, I'd be a little scared to eat the bacon thought, but id love to have a glow in the dark cat then id never have to turn a light on ;)

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  9. Dude, glow in the dark bacon sounds so cool but yet odd. I've never been fond of the idea of genetically modifying something that is eaten worldwide. I love your style in writing because you lure us in with interesting facts. Also, I'm diggin your whole layout! ALSO, you're fabulous.

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