Post Reply Main Forum Dear cloning interested parties, I have published the latest interview with R. Wicker at: http://www.HumanCloning.org/interview4.htm The Reproductive Cloning Network is also considering providing free web-site hosting for student web-sites. The account, email address and web-site space will be offered on a first come first served basis, and offered free, as long … Read moreMini Update
Re: Re: Need strong point on against human cloning!!! — laul Post Reply Main Forum Today’s cloning news: Therapeutic murine (mouse) cloning takes another step forward: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2001/04/010427073411.htm Dear Laul, I have spoken to Dr. Wilmut and members of his lab, and while Dolly has been quarantined, she most certainly does not have foot and mouth. The disease is within 20 … Read moreRe: Need strong point on against human cloning!!!
Post Reply Main Forum The basic structure of the Reproductive Cloning Network (RCN) is now complete. You can visit the network at either of these links, (I know they’re the same, but one format is an automatic message board link and the other is an automatic email link): www.ReproductiveCloning.net http://www.ReproductiveCloning.net As many of you may … Read moreRCN and the May “Cloning Update”
Re: New reproductive cloning project. Notification for infertile couples. — Opportunity Post Reply Main Forum Dear Sir, You may wish to include contact details so people can contact you privately. I myself would be interesting in corresponding with you directly. I am a developmental biologist who works in vertebrate nuclear transfer. My email address is RogerMoorgate@hotmail.com Your Humble … Read moreRe: New reproductive cloning project. Notification for infertile couples.
Post Reply Main Forum The “Reproductive Cloning Network” is as of yet uncompleted, and at present undergoing beta-testing and construction. You can observe the current state of the site at: http://www.ReproductiveCloning.net The network site links and descriptions will be up within the next week. Any suggestions, corrections or contributions are welcome. Your Humble Servant R. Moorgate Web-designer … Read morehttp://www.ReproductiveCloning.net
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Re: Re: A suggestion on cloning techniques… — thu cai Post Reply Main Forum Thu Cai, The best donor cell appear to be granulosa or cummulus cells (mammalian experiments suggest). These cells surround the developing and released oocyte respectively. To clone a male I would suggest fibroblast cells derived from skin, due to the ease of culturing them. … Read moreRe: A suggestion on cloning techniques…
Re: A suggestion on cloning techniques… — thu cai Post Reply Main Forum The sperm has a negligible amount of cytoplasm. The two proteins that do assist reprogramming (that come from sperm) are called spermine and spermidine. These proteins are utilized in amphibian NT to improve efficiency, but not mammalian (to my knowledge). Your theory about using … Read moreRe: A suggestion on cloning techniques…
Re: Re: Re: Cloning for single women…. — Michelle Barrass Post Reply Top of Thread Forum I believe you will find the information you require at our help for students section. Just click on the link: http://www.humancloning.org/help.htm Your Humble Servant R. Moorgate Author Profile | Post Reply | Recommend | Alert Original Message Top of Thread Return to this forum’s home page!
Re: Cloning for single women…. — SingleMom Post Reply Top of Thread Forum The current level of technology means that we can’t just clone your egg, or fertilize your egg with a nucleus from another one of your eggs. The main obstacle, is that mammals have sex specific genes that have been “imprinted” during sperm and egg … Read moreRe: Cloning for single women….