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‘Space pups’ born from freeze-dried mouse sperm stored on space station

Freeze-dried mouse sperm that spent months on the International Space Station (ISS) returned to Earth and efficiently fertilized mouse ovary eggs to provide twitchy-nosed “space pups” — for science. 

The Japanese researchers behind the brand new work, which they revealed in the present day (June 11) in a brand new paper, needed to understand how space radiation impacts fertility in mammals. Radiation can injury the DNA inside cells, inflicting mutations (that is why dermatologists advocate utilizing sunscreen). Environments on Earth with heavy radiation publicity could cause defects within the offspring of animals.

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