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It is easier to clone humans than sheep

 
  August, 21 2001 5:09
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Humans may be easier to clone than sheep and mice because of a single genetic difference

Humans could be technically easier to clone than sheep, cows, pigs and mice because humans possess a genetic benefit that prevents fetal overgrowth, a major obstacle encountered in cloning animals, according to new research by Duke University Medical Center scientists.


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Richard Puff
richard.puff@duke.edu
919-684-4148
Duke University Medical Center


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