Role of chromosome stability and telomere length in the production of viable cell lines for somatic cell nuclear transfer

@article{Mastromonaco2006RoleOC,
  title={Role of chromosome stability and telomere length in the production of viable cell lines for somatic cell nuclear transfer},
  author={Gabriela F. Mastromonaco and Steve D Perrault and Dean Harvey Betts and William Allan King},
  journal={BMC Developmental Biology},
  year={2006},
  volume={6},
  pages={41 - 41}
}
Somatic cell nuclear transfer (SCNT) provides an appealing alternative for the preservation of genetic material in non-domestic and endangered species. An important prerequisite for successful SCNT is the availability of good quality donor cells, as normal embryo development is dependent upon proper reprogramming of the donor genome so that embryonic genes can be appropriately expressed. The characteristics of donor cell lines and their ability to produce embryos by SCNT were evaluated by… CONTINUE READING

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