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Dolly is a clone — and no longer alone

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Figure 1: Cloning strategies — the subject to be cloned determines the relative importance of various problems and questions related to cloning.


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Solter, D. Dolly is a clone — and no longer alone. Nature 394, 315–316 (1998).

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