There were twelve genes that were found in Arabidopsis: LACS, CER5, CYPA8, FDH, CER6, CYPA2, BDG, CER5, CYPA6, ECR, FAD2
According to the group, the researchers directly implanted a gene called FAD2
into fertilized pig eggs and implanted them into the womb of a surrogate mother that gave birth to pigs with the modified gene.
During the second night (21-22 April), the vessel moved from FAD2
to FAD3, southwest of Maiao Island, and the fish followed, swimming close to the surface as during the first night.