Re: comments on an ad of the turnpoint project
- To: Herve.LEMEUR@math.u-psud.fr, email@example.com
- Subject: Re: comments on an ad of the turnpoint project
- From: "H J Deelstra" <H.J.Deelstra@bioledu.rug.nl>
- Date: Tue, 14 Dec 1999 15:47:53 MET
- In-reply-to: <199912131646.RAA14766@lan43.LANORS.MATUPS>
- Organization: RuG Onderwijs Biologie
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> >the mouse with the attached "human ear" has nothing to do with
> >genetic engineering.
> >If the photo has no connection to the topic of the ad, what's it doing
> It happens that it has links and your friend does not know. the mouse has been
> GE so
> as not to reject the human ear and this stubborn writer has not asked
> his question to the turnpoint project because they would have answered this.
Well, everything I read about this subject stated that the mouse
was specially bred to lack an immune system. (This is a very
commonly used laboratory strain of mice). Because 'nature is
involved' it wouldn't fall under your definition of genetic engineering.