Genetically Engineered 'Glow in the dark' Cats

South Korean scientists at Gyeongsang National University say they have bred white Turkish Angora cats to glow red under ultraviolet light. Tinkering with fluorescence protein genes could help unravel mysteries of some 250 genetic diseases suffered by both humans and cats. The findings also could be used to clone endangered tigers, leopards, and other animals, the report said.