Latest Lee Byeong-Chun Stories

2009-04-29 06:20:00

With the implementation of cloning techniques, a team of scientists in South Korea have engineered four beagles that allegedly glow in reddish hues.  The same techniques, they propose, could aid in the development of cures for human diseases.  Though they glow red in the presence of ultraviolet light, the dogs' nails and abdomens appear red even to the naked eye because of their thin skins.  Lee Byeong-chun, a professor at Seoul National University and head of the research...

2009-02-19 14:15:00

A South Korean cloning expert has announced that one of the world's first cloned wolves will mate with another clone to test their reproductive ability in an unprecedented experiment, the AFP reported. Seoul National University researcher Lee Byeong-Chun said Snuwolffy, born in October 2005, will pair with Minguk, a male clone born in August 2006. Lee said the experiment is aimed at verifying the cloned wolves' reproductive ability. In 2005, Lee and his team were credited with creating...

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