Can scientists build a blueprint for bluefin tuna?

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Can scientists build a blueprint for bluefin tuna?

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Mike Selden checks on bluefin tuna cultures in a storage device at the Finless Foods lab.
Jennifer Tang inspects tissue cultures of bluefin tuna samples at the Finless Foods lab.
Bluefin tuna is processed at ABS Seafood in San Francisco.
Beakers hold culture samples that may one day be developed into bluefin tuna meat at Finless Foods.
Brian Wyrwas, left, and Mike Selden, founders of Finless Foods.

Can scientists build a blueprint for bluefin tuna?

Mike Selden checks on bluefin tuna cultures in a storage device at the Finless Foods lab.
Jennifer Tang inspects tissue cultures of bluefin tuna samples at the Finless Foods lab.
Bluefin tuna is processed at ABS Seafood in San Francisco.
Beakers hold culture samples that may one day be developed into bluefin tuna meat at Finless Foods.
Brian Wyrwas, left, and Mike Selden, founders of Finless Foods.
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