Cloned animals don’t age any faster than conventional ones, study says – Los Angeles Times


Los Angeles Times
Cloned animals don’t age any faster than conventional ones, study says
Los Angeles Times
Dolly the sheep, the world’s first clone of an adult animal, died in middle age. But a new study makes the case that the extraordinary circumstances of her birth did not play a role in her untimely death. After examining more than a dozen cloned sheep
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