Mice born of two genetic mothers, thanks to stem cells and gene editing

Some animals effectively have a choice: they can reproduce sexually if there are partners nearby to mix-n-match genetics, or if they’re on their own, they can go solo to keep the species going. This ability has been observed in many species, such as sharks, termites, worms, crayfish, cockroaches and salamanders. But mammals don’t have that luxury.

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