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3rd animal species cloned at Texas A&M
Researchers at the College of Veterinary Medicine at Texas A&M University have cloned a litter of pigs, becoming the first academic institution in the world to have cloned three different animal species. (2001-09-05)
Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona researchers first to clone mice in Spain
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona researchers are the first to have cloned mice in Spain. (2009-06-12)
Stem cells and cloning: Medicine and controversy
Today's rapid technology advance has raised concerns about its impact on society and environment. (2001-05-09)
Mouse stem cell line advance suggests potential for IVF-incompetent eggs
Researchers have found that mouse oocytes that fail to become fertilized during in vitro fertilization are nevertheless often capable of succeeding as (2007-02-19)
Texas A&M scientists clone world's first deer
In what is believed to be the first success of its kind, researchers at the College of Veterinary Medicine at Texas A&M University have cloned a white-tailed deer. (2003-12-22)
Researchers look to imprinted genes for clues to fetal growth restriction in cloned swine
Researchers at North Carolina State University have found that intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR), which results in low birth weight and long-term deleterious health effects in cloned swine, is linked to a type of gene -- known as an imprinted gene -- found only in placental mammals. (2009-07-20)
Texas A&M veterinary researchers achieve cloning first
Researchers at Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences have achieved another cloning first with the successful delivery of a foal using oocytes from a live mare, the first such clone in the world. (2010-06-11)
Equine cloning's triple play sheds light on calcium, cell signaling, human disease
The successful cloning of three mules and their excellent health is important to the horse industry, a University of Idaho scientist said Monday at Seattle. (2004-02-15)
Cloning of Northern Mexico cactus proves useful in conservation
In vitro clonal propagation based on axillary bud development was generated for Turbinicarpus valdezianus. (2016-03-28)
Why is cloning so hard?
Although in recent years our papers and magazines have been rife with images of Dolly, Copy Cat, and the like, the reality is that cloning mammals is still an extremely inefficient endeavor. (2002-05-14)
Cloning reverses aging in cow cells, Scienceauthors say
Cells from cow clones show no signs of the premature aging reported for Dolly the sheep, say Science researchers. (2000-04-27)
Nevada study shows many Americans approve of stem cell research for curing serious diseases
While research using human embryonic stem cells has roused political controversy for almost two decades, little has been done to scientifically assess American attitudes on the subject. (2011-06-28)
'Performance cloning' techniques to boost computer chip memory systems design
Computer engineering researchers have developed software using two new techniques to help computer chip designers improve memory systems. (2015-09-30)
1st evidence that nuclear transplantation ('therapeutic cloning') can eliminate tissue rejection
Advanced Cell Technology reports that nuclear transplantation can be used to generate functional immune-compatible tissues. (2002-06-02)
Cloning can turn back the developmental clock
Researchers from the Whitehead Institute and the University of Hawaii provide molecular evidence for the egg's ability to reprogram an adult cell back to its embryonic state and show for the first time that X-inactivation in clones occurs in a similar manner to that in normal development. (2000-11-22)
Therapeutic cloning gets a boost with new research findings
A paper by San Antonio and Honolulu researchers offers the first direct demonstration that cloning by somatic cell nuclear transfer does not lead to an increase in the frequency of point mutations. (2009-03-25)
Stem cell scientific leader awarded the J. Allyn Taylor International Prize in Medicine
The University of Western Ontario is pleased to announce this year's recipient of the J. (2011-06-13)
Advanced cell technology reports reversal
Advanced Cell Technology reports successful reversal of the aging process in cells. (2000-04-26)
MSU researchers improve zebrafish cloning methods
A team of Michigan State University researchers has developed a new, more efficient way of cloning zebra fish, a breakthrough that could have implications for human health research. (2009-08-30)
Latest tissue engineering research discussed at Rice
With Congress debating a potential ban on the use of cloning in biomedical research, the nation's foremost tissue-engineering experts are meeting at Rice University in Houston this week to discuss the latest scientific research aimed at growing cells, tissues and organs for transplantation. (2002-08-12)
Would cloning necessarily undermine human potential and sense of self?
In the April 12 issue of Science, Brown University philosopher Dan W. (2002-04-11)
Widespread support for nonembryonic stem cell research, VCU Life Sciences Survey shows
The VCU Life Sciences Survey is the first poll to reflect the discovery reported internationally in November that human skin cells can be used to create stem cells or their near equivalents. (2007-12-19)
Leading cloning experts challenge Clonaid to prove claim
In reaction to the recent claim by Clonaid that it had produced the first human clone, three international cloning experts maintain current cloning techniques have been shown to seriously compromise the health of cloned offspring. (2003-01-06)
Cloning chip
A chip that will create hundreds of cloned embryos at a time is being developed by a Californian biotech company. (2002-01-30)
Prominent UCSD, Salk reseachers to discuss politics and science of embryonic stem cell research
The volatile debate over research with human embryonic stem cells and the politics and science that surround it will be discussed by UCSD and Salk Institute researchers at a free lecture for the public Oct. (2001-09-24)
Human clones: New U.N. analysis lays out world's choices
In an analysis for world governments, the U.N. University's Institute of Advanced Studies warns of a stark choice: reach a compromise agreement quickly that outlaws human reproductive cloning or start preparations to protect the rights of cloned individuals from potential abuse, prejudice and discrimination. (2007-11-10)
Scientists prove mature adult cells can be cloned
Researcher from the Whitehead Institute have proved for the first time that fully differentiated adult cells can form clones, but they found the process is extremely inefficient. (2002-02-10)
When cloning mice, a little drop of blood'll do ya
Since Dolly the sheep in 1996, reproductive cloning has continued to advance; nearly 20 different mammalian species have now been cloned. (2013-06-26)
Inactive genes may contribute to failure of animals cloned from adult cells, study finds
Only 1 percent to 3 percent of animals cloned from adult cells survive to birth; many die mysteriously very early in development, around the time of implantation. (2003-03-19)
Starfish that clone themselves live longer
Starfish that reproduce through cloning avoid ageing to a greater extent than those that propagate through sexual reproduction. (2015-06-25)
Why does cloning create abnormalities? Scientists take a step towards finding out
Significant abnormalities observed in cloned mice help reinforce the need to continue to avoid the reproductive cloning of humans. (2004-06-30)
Professor John Shine wins 2010 Prime Minister's Prize for Science
Professor John Shine AO FAA, executive director of Sydney's Garvan Institute of Medical Research, received the 2010 Prime Minister's Prize for Science, the nation's most highly respected award for scientific achievement, in Parliament House tonight. (2010-11-17)
The Lancet Infectious Diseases / The Lancet Oncology
Topics for this month's issues include: Openness in an insecure world; How effective are pneumococcal vaccines in developed countries?; Confusion over cloning; other reviews. (2003-01-30)
Japanese researchers succeed in making generations of mouse clones
Using the technique that created Dolly the sheep, researchers from the RIKEN Center for Developmental Biology in Kobe, Japan have identified a way to produce healthy mouse clones that live a normal lifespan and can be sequentially cloned indefinitely. (2013-03-07)
Evolutionary Advantage Found For Sex
What's love got to do with it? Try fitter genes. (1997-07-30)
Powerful new technique can clone thousands of genes at once
Scientists at Johns Hopkins, Rutgers, the University of Trento in Italy, and Harvard Medical School report they have developed a new molecular technique called LASSO cloning, which can be used to isolate thousands of long DNA sequences at the same time, more than ever before possible. (2017-07-05)
Research shows therapeutic cloning technique may work in mice
Researchers are one step closer to the performance of therapeutic cloning in mice, with an eye not toward developing another mouse, but generating an unlimited source of genetically matched therapeutic dopamine cells. (2001-04-25)
Being unique has advantages: 'Rareness' key to some insects being favored by evolution
As the saying goes -- blondes have more fun, but in the world of insects it may actually be the rare (2008-11-03)
Popular Science outlines need for long-term studies and more regulation in A.R.T.
In an article in its March issue (on newsstands February 11), Popular Science magazine describes the need for long-term studies and more regulation in assisted reproductive technology (ART). (2003-02-06)
Lack of coherent cloning policies reflects polarized debate, limited understanding, study says
The confusing welter of state laws regarding human cloning for reproductive purposes and for research uses reflects a national political impasse on regulating cloning, according to a new report by The Genetics & Public Policy Center, a project of The Pew Charitable Trusts and Johns Hopkins University. (2005-05-19)
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