ReFresh: This Amber has founded in it's DNA. So i could extract the Insect DNA to Create Insect-Like aliens.
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When a large amount of Alien amber collected, the DNA has to be extracted from the mosquitoes or flesh it contains.
In real life, the amber that surrounds the insect has be removed. The remaining piece of amber is sterilised, The amber is dipped into liquid nitrogen which makes the amber porous. Then the insect or flesh can be taken from the amber.
A major challenge for ancient DNA studies on insect remains is that sampling procedures involve at least partial destruction of the specimens. Thomsen et al. (2009) designed a non-destructive DNA extraction methood showing promising results in non-frozen insect museum specimens. This methods might have potential for amber-entombed insect specimens.
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