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    Futures in Biotech 45: He Made a Mouse (Part I)

    Hosts: Marc Pelletier

    Guest: Dr. Oliver Smithies; Professor, Department of Pathology and Lab Medicine University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

    I talk with Dr. Oliver Smithies, 2007 Nobel Laureate, and father of mammalian genetic engineering.


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      As we are getting the involvement of the technology in the every field of the life, we are expecting many things in unique way that we can never think in reality. Like that one that we are getting in the field of the bio.
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