The South Korean firm RNL Bio announced Thursday that they had cloned dogs using stem cells taken from fat tissue, marking the first ever successful cloning of animals from cells other than somatic cells.The two clones, Magic and Stem, were reportedly derived from the adipose (fat tissue) of a beagle last October. RNL Bio then developed 84 cloned embryos that were transplanted to five surrogate mother dogs and of those five, one produced and gave birth to the two dogs. So, aside from the...Read Full Story
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