Development of interspecies cloned embryos in yak and dog.

  title={Development of interspecies cloned embryos in yak and dog.},
  author={Masao Murakami and Takeshige Otoi and Pimprapar Wongsrikeao and Budiyanto Agung and Rentsenkhand Sambuu and Tatsuyuki Suzuki},
  journal={Cloning and stem cells},
  volume={7 2},
Interspecies nuclear transfer (NT) could be an alternative to replicate animals when supply of recipient oocytes is limited or in vitro embryo production systems are incomplete. In the present study, embryonic development was assessed following interspecies NT of donor cumulus cells derived from yak and dog into the recipient ooplasm of domestic cow. The percentages of fusion and subsequent embryo development to the eight-cell stage of interspecies NT embryos were comparable to those of… CONTINUE READING

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