Animals Cloned From Freeze-Dried Skin Cells In Scientific First

  • In order to make cloned mice, the nuclear information from these cell lines was then removed and placed into a fresh embryo.
  • Only 0.2% of the time did every process, including rehydration, cell line creation, and real mouse growth, proceed according to plan.
  • The technology now has even fewer chances of working than the sheep Dolly, whose cloning had a 0.4% probability of succeeding.
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