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Genetically modified animals
Creatures that have been genetically modified.
TAIWAN/
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July 18, 2013
Genetically engineered Pterophyllum Scalara fish glow in a tank under a blacklight while being displayed...
Taipei, Taiwan
Genetically engineered Pterophyllum Scalara fish glow in a tank under a blacklight while being displayed...
Genetically engineered Pterophyllum Scalara fish glow in a tank under a blacklight while being displayed at the 2013 Bio Expo in Taipei July 18, 2013. The show will be held at Taipei World Trade Center Nangang Exhibition Hall from July 18 to 21. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BRAZIL-DENGUE/
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March 05, 2015
A biologist puts her hand in a box with male genetically modified Aedes aegypti mosquitoes at an educational...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
A biologist puts her hand in a box with genetically modified male Aedes aegypti mosquitoes at an Oxitec...
A biologist puts her hand in a box with male genetically modified Aedes aegypti mosquitoes at an educational exhibition by British biotechnology company Oxitec in Piracicaba March 5, 2015. Oxitec said its laboratory created the genetically modified male Aedes aegypti mosquitoes, which are set to be released in Sao Paulo in April. A specially-made gene in the male mosquitoes seeks to reduce to number of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes by killing their offspring after mating with wild female mosquitoes. Brazil already has more than 100 000 cases of people with dengue in 2015, according to the City Department of Health. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW)
FRANCE/
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February 04, 2007
Austrian Olympic and World show jumping medalist Hugo Simon stands with "E.T. Cryozootech-Stallion",...
Bourg-En-Bresse, France
Austrian Olympic and World show jumping medalist Hugo Simon stands with "E.T. Cryozootech-Stallion",...
Austrian Olympic and World show jumping medalist Hugo Simon stands with "E.T. Cryozootech-Stallion", a clone of the gelding show jumping winner E.T. FRH, which is presented at the Top Sire horse show in Bourg-en-Bresse, eastern France February 4, 2007. The stallion, born on June 2, 2006, is a clone resulting from cells taken from the castrated show jumping champion E.T. FRH and is intended for breeders as it carries identical DNA genetic content. REUTERS/Robert Pratta (FRANCE)
KOREA/
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May 13, 2009
A combination photo shows a cloned fluorescent puppy, a three-month-old beagle, glowing in the dark under...
Seoul, South Korea
Combination photo shows cloned fluorescent puppy glowing in dark under ultra-violet light and under daylight...
A combination photo shows a cloned fluorescent puppy, a three-month-old beagle, glowing in the dark under ultra-violet light (L) and under daylight (R) at Seoul National University's College of Veterinary Medicine in Seoul May 13, 2009. The puppy is one of "2nd generation Ruppies", offspring of "Ruppy", the world's first transgenic dog which carries fluorescent genes. They took a fluorescent protein, much like that produced by some sea anenomes, and inserted it into the cell of a beagle. The name "Ruppy" is a combination of the words "Ruby" and "Puppy", and the offsprings of such dogs will possess the same fluorescent gene as their mothers. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA SCI TECH ANIMALS SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
DOG-CLONE/KOREA
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March 12, 2008
Snuppy the Afghan Hound, the world's first dog cloned from adult cells by somatic nuclear cell transfer,...
Seoul, South Korea
Snuppy the Afghan Hound, the world's first dog cloned from adult cells by somatic nuclear cell transfer,...
Snuppy the Afghan Hound, the world's first dog cloned from adult cells by somatic nuclear cell transfer, rests during a photo call at Seoul National University's College of Veterinary Medicine March 12, 2008. A South Korean biotech company is offering dog owners the chance to clone their pet through a service that can cost up to $148,000 for a puppy. RNL Bio, affiliated with the South Korean lab that produced the world's first cloned canine, expects to deliver its first cloned dog in about a year to a U.S. woman in her 50s who saved biological material from her beloved pit bull that recently died. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
DOLLY
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April 09, 2003
Dr Ian Wilmut, leader of the team that created Dolly the sheep - the world's first mammal cloned from...
Edinburgh, UK
Dr Ian Wilmut, leader of the team that created Dolly the sheep - the world's first mammal cloned fro.....
Dr Ian Wilmut, leader of the team that created Dolly the sheep - the world's first mammal cloned from an adult cell - faces her as she goes on display at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh, April 9 ,2003. Dolly, who born on July 5 1996 after her creation by the Roslin Institute research centre, died in February 2003 after the decision was taken to "euthanase" her when it was discovered she had a progressive lung disease. She has now been preserved for public display at the Museum.
TAIWAN/
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October 29, 2010
Genetically engineered Archocentrus Nigrofasciatus Var fish glow in a tank under a blacklight while being...
Taipei, Taiwan
Genetically engineered Archocentrus Nigrofasciatus Var fish glow in a tank under a blacklight while being...
Genetically engineered Archocentrus Nigrofasciatus Var fish glow in a tank under a blacklight while being displayed at the 2010 Taiwan International Aqua Expo in Taipei October 29, 2010. The show features award winning aquatic breeds which will be displayed at the Taipei World Trade Centre from October 29 to November 1. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN - Tags: ANIMALS BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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October 29, 2010
Genetically engineered Angelfish (Pterophyllum Scalare) glow in a tank under a black light while being...
Taipei, Taiwan
Genetically engineered Angelfish glow in a tank under a black light while being displayed at the 2010...
Genetically engineered Angelfish (Pterophyllum Scalare) glow in a tank under a black light while being displayed at the 2010 Taiwan International Aqua Expo in Taipei October 29, 2010. The show features award winning aquatic breeds which will be displayed at the Taipei World Trade Centre from October 29 to November 1. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN - Tags: ANIMALS BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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October 29, 2010
A genetically engineered Convict Cichlids (Amatitlania Nigrofasciata) glows inside a water tank while...
Taipei, Taiwan
A genetically engineered Convict Cichlids glows inside a water tank while being displayed at the 2010...
A genetically engineered Convict Cichlids (Amatitlania Nigrofasciata) glows inside a water tank while being displayed at the 2010 Taiwan International Aqua Expo in Taipei October 29, 2010. The show features award winning aquatic breeds which will be displayed at the Taipei World Trade Centre from October 29 to November 1. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN - Tags: ANIMALS BUSINESS SOCIETY)
TAIWAN/
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October 29, 2010
Genetically engineered Angelfish (Pterophyllum Scalare) glow in a tank under a black light while being...
Taipei, Taiwan
Genetically engineered Angelfish glow in a tank under a blacklight while being displayed at the 2010...
Genetically engineered Angelfish (Pterophyllum Scalare) glow in a tank under a black light while being displayed at the 2010 Taiwan International Aqua Expo in Taipei October 29, 2010. The show features award winning aquatic breeds which will be displayed at the Taipei World Trade Centre from October 29 to November 1. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY BUSINESS)
TAIWAN/
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September 16, 2010
Genetically engineered angelfish (Pterophyllum) glow in a tank under a blacklight, at a fish farm in...
Pingtung, Taiwan
Genetically engineered angelfish glow in a tank under a blacklight, at a fish farm in Pingtung
Genetically engineered angelfish (Pterophyllum) glow in a tank under a blacklight, at a fish farm in Pingtung, southern Taiwan, September 16, 2010. The fish are the world's first fluorescent angelfish which were created by a joint project between Taiwan?s Academia Sinica and Jy Lin, a private biotechnology company. The breed is the largest fluorescent fish in the world which are able to mate and reproduce, said Yu-Ho Lin, Chairman of Jy Lin. The fish are expected to be sold at around $30 after certification. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: ANIMALS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
TAIWAN/
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October 28, 2010
A genetically engineered Convict Cichlids (Amatitlania nigrofasciata) glows in a plastic bag inside a...
Taipei, Taiwan
A genetically engineered Convict Cichlids (Amatitlania nigrofasciata) glows in a plastic bag inside a...
A genetically engineered Convict Cichlids (Amatitlania nigrofasciata) glows in a plastic bag inside a water tank during a new conference in Taipei, October 28, 2010. The news conference was held to promote the upcoming 2010 Taiwan International Aquarium Expo which will be held at Taipei World Trade Centre from October 29 to November 1. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY SCI TECH)
RUSSIA
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April 11, 2005
-PHOTO TAKEN 08FEB05- A Russian scientist Alexander Sotnikov stretches a cloned rabbit for tests at the...
Moscow, Russia
-PHOTO TAKEN 08FEB05- A Russian scientist Alexander Sotnikov stretches a cloned rabbit for tests at .....
-PHOTO TAKEN 08FEB05- A Russian scientist Alexander Sotnikov stretches a cloned rabbit for tests at the laboratory outside Moscow, February 8, 2005. Many of those used in the research at the biotechnological centre are clones of genetically-modified rabbits, which have had human genes added to their genomes. Scientists say milk from the resulting rabbits contains protein that helps treat cancer in humans. The centre, just outside Moscow, keeps dozens of these transgenic rabbits for research purposes.
TAIWAN
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July 26, 2006
Genetically engineered rice fish glow in an aquarium at the fourth Bio Taiwan 2006 exhibition in Taipei...
Taipei, Taiwan
Genetically engineered rice fish glow at the fourth Bio Taiwan 2006 exhibition in Taipei
Genetically engineered rice fish glow in an aquarium at the fourth Bio Taiwan 2006 exhibition in Taipei July 27, 2006. REUTERS/Richard Chung (TAIWAN)
CHICKENS
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May 22, 2002
Two featherless chickens peck around in some grass May 22, 2002 at the Hebrew University in Rehovot....
Rehovt, Israel
Two featherless chickens peck around in some grass May 22, 2002 at the Hebrew University in Rehovot......
Two featherless chickens peck around in some grass May 22, 2002 at the Hebrew University in Rehovot. Israeli scientists at the Agriculture department of the university have genetically bred bare-skinned chickens as part of a research project to develop succulent, low fat poultry that is environmentally friendly. The naked chicken, as the bird has been dubbed, would also save poultry farmers large amounts of money on ventilation to prevent their chickens from overheating.
CHICKENS
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May 22, 2002
An eight-month old featherless rooster weighing 3.3kg, flaps its wings May 22, 2002 at the Hebrew University...
Rehovt, Israel
An eight-month old featherless rooster weighing 3.3kg, flaps its wings May 22, 2002 at the Hebrew Un.....
An eight-month old featherless rooster weighing 3.3kg, flaps its wings May 22, 2002 at the Hebrew University in Rehovot. Israeli scientists at the Agriculture department of the university have genetically bred bare-skinned chickens as part of a research project to develop succulent, low fat poultry that is environmentally friendly. The naked chicken, as the bird has been dubbed, would also save poultry farmers large amounts of money on ventilation to prevent their chickens from overheating.
ITALY
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February 07, 2001
Italian PHD Gabriella Dobrowolny holds a genetically modified mouse at Romes La Sapienza University February...
Rome, Italy
Italian PHD Gabriella Dobrowolny holds a genetically modified mouse at Romes La Sapienza University .....
Italian PHD Gabriella Dobrowolny holds a genetically modified mouse at Romes La Sapienza University February 7, 2001. Italian scientists, working with colleagues in the United States, have created a genetically modified breed of super-muscle mice which do not succumb to as much muscle wasting that occurs during ageing, and are trying to apply the discovery to fight muscular dystrophy. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico
KOREA/
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May 13, 2009
A cloned fluorescent puppy, a three-month-old beagle, is seen with a researcher at Seoul National University's...
Seoul, South Korea
Cloned fluorescent puppy is seen with researcher in Seoul
A cloned fluorescent puppy, a three-month-old beagle, is seen with a researcher at Seoul National University's College of Veterinary Medicine in Seoul May 13, 2009. The puppy is one of "2nd generation Ruppies", offspring of "Ruppy", the world's first transgenic dog which carries fluorescent genes. They took a fluorescent protein, much like that produced by some sea anenomes, and inserted it into the cell of a beagle. The name "Ruppy" is a combination of the words "Ruby" and "Puppy", and the offsprings of such dogs will possess the same fluorescent gene as their mothers. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA SCI TECH ANIMALS SOCIETY)
DONKEY
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April 12, 1995
Five-year-old Ignacio Bergmmann Jr. (R) holds "Flequillo" (bangs), a year-old genetically engineered...
Five-year-old Ignacio Bergmmann Jr. (R) holds "Flequillo" (bangs), a year-old genetically engineered.....
Five-year-old Ignacio Bergmmann Jr. (R) holds "Flequillo" (bangs), a year-old genetically engineered donkey, touted as the "smallest in the world," at the Buenos Aires Zoo April 12, 1995. "Flequillo" is 63 cm tall and weighs 12 kg and is smaller than a new-born donkey. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian
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