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Animal Cloning: The Science of Nuclear Transfer

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Nature has been cloning molecules, cells, and animals for millions of years. Just 34 years ago, biologists began to successfully emulate this natural process when John Gurdon of Cambridge University cloned a frog. Nature's motivation for cloning is a question of survival, but modern science's motivations for conducting experiments in cloning are often controversial. Animal ...more
Hardcover, 164 pages
Published November 5th 2004 by Facts on File (first published October 2004)
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