Glowing Animals: Pictures of Beasts Shining for ScienceZebrafishHow does it glow?  Green, yellow, and red fluorescent protein, introduced into its DNA (2003)  What can we learn?  In 1999 scientists at the National University of Singapore began working with zebra fish and green fluorescent protein, hoping to engineer a fish that would glow in the presence of toxic chemicals.  In the process, the scientists created fish that fluoresce all the time (under ultraviolet light) and in a range of…

Glowing Animals: Pictures of Beasts Shining for ScienceZebrafishHow does it glow? Green, yellow, and red fluorescent protein, introduced into its DNA (2003) What can we learn? In 1999 scientists at the National University of Singapore began working with zebra fish and green fluorescent protein, hoping to engineer a fish that would glow in the presence of toxic chemicals. In the process, the scientists created fish that fluoresce all the time (under ultraviolet light) and in a range of…

This is a real monkey. I find it strange, injected with jelly fish dna to carry the glow in the dark protein. Weird science I say.

This is a real monkey. I find it strange, injected with jelly fish dna to carry the glow in the dark protein. Weird science I say.

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