Cloning

Cloning - 2. Harvest stems cells from that embryo. 3. Use...

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Cloning
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Reproductive Cloning Producing an organism through the cloning process that is genetically identical to the DNA donor.
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Therapeutic Cloning 1. Create cloned embryo of the patient.
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Unformatted text preview: 2. Harvest stems cells from that embryo. 3. Use stem cells to create replacement organs or tissues. How dolly was cloned! Process Continued...
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