DollyGroupC-Revised

DollyGroupC-Revised - made from a ewe that isnt 10/5/09...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 10/5/09 We’re Not Convinced. Clint Fuller, Carolyn Johnson, Chau Nguyen, Matthew Saponaro Other evidence that we'd like to see before concluding that nuclei from adult cells can support normal development of clones.
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10/5/09 Other Things We’d Like to Why such a high loss of fetuses? 13 recipients and one pregnancy from the mammary gland Of 6 live births, only one survived – Dolly Autopsies were “inconclusive” – only 2 deaths explained. Follow up studies about what the
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10/5/09 Need for Control Groups Can’t tell if survivability rates are normal Low percentage of fetal survivability What are the norms for other invitro pregnancies of lambs?
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10/5/09 Dolly’s Origin What kind of cells did Dolly actually originate from? Sample was 90% mammary gland cells Possibility of fetal cells or adult stem cells in the sample. Another experiment of a clone
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Unformatted text preview: made from a ewe that isnt 10/5/09 Morphological issues Need more data for each species (Ex: not giving Scottish Black Face birth weight) Need more control data for each species how similar are lambs in pregnancy time, birth weight etc. (The data seems quite similar for 10/5/09 Microsatellite problems. Are four microsatellite regions enough to tell the organisms are the same? Does that species have enough polymorphisms at those locations to conclude the organisms are the same? Having a control would be more conclusive (showing the 10/5/09 Follow-Up Questions on the Monitor Dollys survivability is she an anomaly? We would like to see if she has a normal development rate (in comparison to her breed) Additionally, a control of a lamb bred in-vitro would show that any problems arent necessarily associated with in-vitro fertilization....
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