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More Great Links
- New Scientist: Rare pig cloned in single cycle - April 2002
- BBC: Cloning humans: Can it really be done? - March 2001
- British Medical Journal: Cloned Calves are Grown from Cultured Cells - January 2000
- Applied Genetics: Cloning: Bringing Back Endangered Species - October 2000
- Applied Genetics: Cloning: Pigs Cloned for the First Time - April 2000
- Discover: A Sheep in Sheep's Clothing: Genetic cloning not necessarily unethical - January 1998