But it will make little difference in the marketplace because most animals meant for consumption will not be the clones
, but their offspring, which will not tracked.
As a result, markings such as stars and stockings may differ in the clone
compared to the donor, or between identical clones
We describe the finding of a virulent closely related clone
of MRSA and its prevalence in Taiwan.
For several million dollars, a wealthy individual can "sponsor" the production of his or her own clone
. The clone
, called an "agnate," will be grown to the same biological age as the sponsor in only 12 months.
(4) The Jockey Club Rules prohibiting racing clones
and artificially inseminated horses is a house of cards that will fall to antitrust litigation and economic common sense, maybe sooner than later; and
A series of clonal block trials are needed to establish end product value and to quantify the growth and yield of selected clones
under realistic stand conditions.
an adult cell, Hwang and his colleagues used a process very similar to those used to clone
Asked about nature's clones
, Doerflinger said identical twins may be genetically the same, but are not created solely for the purpose of duplicating someone else, as human clones
Scientists knew the technology used to produce Dolly could also be used to clone
Thus, New Jersey law actually requires abortion if the unborn child is a clone
These controls included three Arabidopsis thaliana cDNA clones
, Cot-1 repetitive sequences, poly A sequence (SpotReport 3; Stratagene), and an M13 sequence (vector but no cDNA insert).
1986 Steen Willadsen clones
lambs by fusing the nucleus of an eightcell embryo to an egg cell with the nucleus removed.