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Copy Cat: Chinese firms Sinogene successfully clones its first cat, Garlic
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Copy Cat: Chinese firms Sinogene successfully clones its first cat, Garlic

The first major success in animal cloning was Dolly the sheep who was born in Britain in 1996.

Liquid blood, urine from 42,000-year-old extinct horse extracted by scientists
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Liquid blood, urine from 42,000-year-old extinct horse extracted by scientists

The body of the extinct horse species was found in perfect condition & scientists are hoping to clone it.

Cloning Conundrums: Dr Duplicate & Dr Ditto answer concerns, FAQs on cloning today
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Cloning Conundrums: Dr Duplicate & Dr Ditto answer concerns, FAQs on cloning today

In the 22 years since Dolly made a public appearance, we've seen a lot of apprehensions on cloning.

22 years since Dolly the first cloned sheep, here's how her legacy has come along
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22 years since Dolly the first cloned sheep, here's how her legacy has come along

Decades later, we're inching closer to the promised land Dolly's birth had painted all those years ago.

China's first commercial genetic pet cloning service duplicates a star canine
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China's first commercial genetic pet cloning service duplicates a star canine

Sinogene which offers pet cloning carried out the process with the help of a surrogate mother beagle.

Healthy babies born to same-sex mice parents using stem cells and gene editing
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Healthy babies born to same-sex mice parents using stem cells and gene editing

The offsprings from two mothers developed well enough to go on to have normal children of their own.

Dolly the sheep's four clones still alive and kicking: study
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Dolly the sheep's four clones still alive and kicking: study

Debbie, Denise, Dianna and Daisy — identical sisters of Dolly, though born 11 years later — were "in pretty good health", according to researchers.

Mouse cloned from drop of blood in Japan
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Mouse cloned from drop of blood in Japan

Researchers used circulating blood cells collected from the tail of a donor mouse to produce the clone

Japanese company clones your face
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Japanese company clones your face

If you've ever wanted a replica of your face (you know, because you're a spy or just because the aethetics of your