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Scientists created almost 600 identical clones of one laboratory mice
Scientists have created almost 600 identical clones of one laboratory mice March 11, 2013
A group of Japanese scientists claim that they have successfully created almost 600 (or rather, 581), an exact clone of a single laboratory mouse. To achieve this result, the researchers took as many as 25 cycles of cloning.
Despite the fact that the cloning process is considered by many not yet fully understood and can lead to all sorts of results, none of the 581 clones showed no signs of any mental or physical illness. Moreover, all of these mice were able to reach reproductive age.
Interestingly, the researchers believe that their success may ultimately help … food industry.
“The result can be lost shortage of meat and milk. Animals are easy to create in the laboratory. ”
Sounds scary, but some truth in this.
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