Ontogeny of cloned cattle to lactation.

@article{Pace2002OntogenyOC,
  title={Ontogeny of cloned cattle to lactation.},
  author={Marvin M. Pace and Monica L Augenstein and Jeffery M Betthauser and Lynette A Childs and Kenneth J. Eilertsen and Joellyn M Enos and Erik J Forsberg and Paul J. Golueke and Doug F Graber and John C Kemper and Richard W Koppang and Gail Lange and Tiffany L Lesmeister and Kelly S Mallon and Greg D Mell and Pavla M Misica and Martha Pfister-Genskow and Nikolai S Strelchenko and Gary R. Voelker and Steven R Watt and M. J. D. Bishop},
  journal={Biology of reproduction},
  year={2002},
  volume={67 1},
  pages={334-9}
}
Central to the success of large animal cloning is the production of healthy animals that can provide products for human health, food, and other animal agriculture applications. We report development of cloned cattle derived from 34 genetically unique, nonembryonic cell lines using nuclear transfer performed between 1 January 1998 and 29 February 2000. Nearly 25% (535/2170) of the recipients receiving reconstructed embryos initiated pregnancy. Overall, 19.8% (106/535) of the initiated… CONTINUE READING

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