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Cloning - Wikipedia

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In biology, cloning is the process of producing similar populations of genetically identical individuals that occurs in nature when organisms such as bacteria, ...

Cloning Fact Sheet - National Human Genome Research Institute ...

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May 11, 2016 ... Fact sheet published by the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI ) about cloning (human cloning, animal cloning, therapeutic ...

What is Cloning - Genetics - University of Utah

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Clones are organisms that are exact genetic copies. Every single bit of their DNA is identical. Clones can happen naturally—identical twins are just one of many ...

Why Clone? - Genetics - University of Utah

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Cloning could help reduce the time needed to make a transgenic animal model, and the result would be a population of genetically identical animals for study.

How Cloning Works | HowStuffWorks

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Scientists have successfully cloned several animals. But this success has sparked fierce debates about the use and morality of cloning. Find out about cloning ...

Cloning | Define Cloning at Dictionary.com

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Cloning definition, the process of producing a clone. See more.

Cloning: MedlinePlus

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Cloning is the process of creating an exact genetic replica of a cell, tissue or organism. Learn about the types and uses in medicine.

Cloning - 2017 News and Scientific Articles on Live Science

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Find out everything there is to know about cloning and stay updated on the latest cloning news with the comprehensive articles, interactive features and pictures ...

Animal clones: Double trouble? | Science News for Students

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With the way that cloning research is going, you might someday get your wish. The United States government recently decided that it's safe to drink milk and eat  ...