Gene editing creates mice with two biological dads for the first time

The rodents survived only a few days after birth

mouse pup

MY TWO DADS  This mouse pup has two biological fathers and no mother. The mouse was produced in a lab from stem cells from two male mice. It did not survive to adulthood.

Leyun Wang

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