The story of the DMRT3 gene does not end with the discovery that it controls left / right synchronisation of locomotion in mammals, by signalling the development of spinal commisural interneurons. Extending that work at Riddled Research Laboratories, we have found that a counterpart to DMRT3 is present in the genome of Honda Z hatchbacks!
Knocking out that gene with antisense DNA has dramatic results!
Anti-sense technology is a speciality of the Riddled laboratory.
Locating the Honda gene involved the extraction and PCR-amplification of large quantities of the DMRT3 gene from Icelandic horses. I trust this will explain the sudden absence of Taq polymerase from the lab, and will put an end to all the palaver about Requisition Form 43-166/b. Paperwork, we hates it, yes precious we hates it forever.
A pity about the wee horses. Enjoy the soup.