Cloning cows, harvested eggs

Cloning cows, harvested eggs

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Caption: Cloning cows, harvested eggs. Researcher holding laboratory equipment that has been used to harvest eggs (female reproductive cells) during cloning work. These egg cells, in the yellow tube, are from a cow (Bos taurus). This is the Bio Sidus biotechnology company, in Argentina, which successfully cloned a cow in 2002. The cloned cows are intended to be used to produce human growth hormone (hGH) in their milk.

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