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Re: HYB: Flower of the Rainbow - red pigment


From: "Jan Clark" <janclarx@hotmail.com>

CHad wrote:
>The mapping alone of parts of the DNA responsible for color could
>take up to 8 years. Also a vector is required - something to actually
>implant the manipulated DNA into the desired host cells. There has 
>been no research on vectors for Iris. From this I can only assume >that 
rumors of Cooleys funding genetic research into red pigment, if >true 
would mean a considerable expense and effort would be involved >taking 
up to 2 decades.

Go Cooleys!!!!!!!!
Jan  :-))

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