Expression of imprinted genes is aberrant in deceased newborn cloned calves and relatively normal in surviving adult clones.

@article{Yang2005ExpressionOI,
  title={Expression of imprinted genes is aberrant in deceased newborn cloned calves and relatively normal in surviving adult clones.},
  author={Lan Tian Yang and Pascale Chavatte-Palmer and Chikara Kubota and Michael O'Neill and Thomas A. Hoagland and Jean-Baptiste Renard and Maneesh Taneja and Xiangzhong Yang and Xiuchun Cindy Tian},
  journal={Molecular reproduction and development},
  year={2005},
  volume={71 4},
  pages={
          431-8
        }
}
Cattle are the species used most frequently for the development of assisted reproductive technologies, such as nuclear transfer. Cattle cloning can be performed by a large number of laboratories around the world, and the efficiency of nuclear transfer in cattle is the highest among all species in which successful cloning has been achieved. However, an understanding of the expression of imprinted genes in this important species is lacking. In the present study, real time reverse transcription… CONTINUE READING

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