It would be theoretically possible to clone
humans, but, to date, there are no records of an actual fully developed human ever being cloned, (http://www.
The technique doesn't always work and many potential clones
die before birth or shortly after.
Once the clones
reach the age of 10, they will be put down and researchers will proceed with a more in-depth postmortem study.
The US, Brazil, Argentina, New Zealand, Canada and Paraguay - the main EU trading partners in food products that can be derived from clone
offspring and their descendants, namely meat and milk - do not regard clone
offspring as different from other sexually reproduced animals.
A spokesman for Trinchero Family Estates noted that the clone
has some of the most reliable fruitfulness and distinctiveness of all Chardonnay clones
Taking Islamic jurisprudence principles, such as the rule of necessity for self preservation and respect for human beings, the rule of la darar wa la dirar ('the necessity to refrain from causing harm to oneself and others') and the rule of usr wa haraj, one may indicate that if human cloning could not be prohibited or opposed, it gives way to various harmful consequences including family disorder, chaos in the clone
's family relationships, physical and mental diseases for clones
and suffering of egg donors and surrogate mothers.
Luisa Ponzi, the winemaker at Ponzi Vineyards in the Willamette Valley, has worked with Dijon clones
95, 96, 75 and 76 as well as Davis clone
108, along with the Wente clone
, which was the standard Chardonnay clone
in Oregon before the introduction of the Dijon clones
We describe the finding of a virulent closely related clone
of MRSA and its prevalence in Taiwan.
In reality, the lottery is rigged so that when a sponsor needs a body organ, that person's clone
becomes the winner.
In February 2004, ACT reported on its efforts to clone
mouse embryos to produce new heart tissue for mice.
2002 - Clonaid claims to produce first human clone
, a baby girl named Eve.