How is reproductive cloning done?

Answer Reproductive cloning allows scientists to use the genetic material from any cell in an animal and create a duplicate animal fwith it, a process first achieved in mammals with a sheep named Dolly.Re... Read More »

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Is reproductive cloning illegal in California?

California banned the act of cloning for reproductive purposes in 1997, according to the National Council of State Legislatures---a ban still in effect as of April 2010. However, you can legally cl... Read More »

In what country is reproductive cloning legal?

There are only 35 countries around the world that have definitive laws banning reproductive cloning. Some of these such countries include Germany, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, the United States... Read More »

When was therapeutic cloning first done?

The first successful attempt at human therapeutic cloning in the United States was accomplished in 2001 by Advanced Cell Technology company in Worcester, Massachusetts. Therapeutic cloning produce... Read More »

When was the first cloning experiment done?

According to the Think Quest and Clone Safety websites, the first animals were cloned in 1894 by Hans Dreisch. Dreisch divided a two-celled sea urchin embryo by shaking it in a beaker of water unti... Read More »