Some studies have even hinted that clones
may live longer than conventionally bred animals (SN: 4/29/00, p.
Despite strong public and political pressure, the Commission falls short of proposing restrictive rules on food derived from clone
So successful was this clone
of Chardonnay that today the Wente Clone
(and Nil its cousin, Clone
4) are considered the most widely used in California.
Bernau has had extensive experience with the Dijon clones
, first planting 76 and 96 on 3309 rootstock.
We found a virulent closely related clone
(Panton-Valentine Leukocidin--positive, SCCmec V:ST59) of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus in inpatients and outpatients in Taiwan.
It is true that in the real world our technology does not yet allow us to grow viable human clones
The high cost of developing a sufficient number of clones
that can go into replicated clone
tests at any one time is a major hindrance.
For this reason, his research may be the closest science has come to producing a human clone
A project was even launched to clone
a prehistoric woolly mammoth in Japan.
were separated into smaller pools and media from each clone
was tested for viral infectivity of human cells.
Yet even if research cloning were medically effective, every person who wanted to benefit would need an embryonic clone
of his or her own, to provide the designer tissues.
From a pro-life position, it would be necessary to acknowledge that a law forbidding the carrying of clones
to term could be enforceable on a woman only in the context of every woman having the complete right to choose her actions in this matter; from a pro-choice position it would be necessary to acknowledge th at such a new law set a limit on the legality of a woman's choices, albeit in the direction that this position already holds to be the measure of a woman's freedom.