MIND BLOWN: Scientists extract DNA from Seabiscuit’s Hooves!

I’m sure by now, you’ve heard of the name Seabiscuit. If not, Seabiscuit was a racehorse. But not just any racehorse, a racehorse that would become the greatest rags-to-riches stories of the Depression era. But, Seabiscuit wasn’t always a strong racehorse. He was incredibly lazy — he preferred to sleep and eat, rather than exercise.…

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Why does every cell in our body contain DNA?

Not every cell in our bodies actually contain DNA. There is typically a lack of DNA in our mature red blood cells and cornified cells which are found in hair, skin, and our nails. These cells don’t contain a nucleus.   It turns out, our red blood cells are actually trained to destroy their cells…

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