. Wow, have you heard the news about Dolly the sheep that was cloned, astounding point isn't it? No I didn't discover about it and I am certain the majority of you heard about it back in 1996 because it was all over the news back then.

However, I asked the ´╗┐gabbie per cani query very simple to jog your memories for a lead up to my other question. Do you realize that considering the fact that Dolly was cloned that a number of other individuals animals had been cloned also?

Did not realize that did you? As a matter of reality including Dolly there were a lot additional animals cloned and those would be the ones that we've got been told about.

Simply to name a couple of right here in the largest animal ever cloned that we know about is often a horse or based on how you appear at them there have been also cows.

Going down in size we get pigs and going down even further we get cat and even additional down we come to rats and after that mice. Notice that I made use of that I employed the plural tense for all these animals. However, in that great age of technology the scientists of your day couldn't cloned a dog.

The issue at the time was, getting a little technical right here, the approach utilised for maturing the ovum from the dog in an atmosphere that was artificial to the body of a dog.

On the other hand, the process was soon overcome by a scientist and professor in the national University of Seoul, a Mr Woo-Suk Hwang, he effectively utilized tissues in the ear of and Afgan Hound who was 3 years old in the time.

He was over one thousand implantation on surrogate mothers, (dogs) with the embryos. As a result out from the thousand or so only 3 of them took and resulted in pregnancies.

Out in the 3 the very first was a miscarriage, a second was born but died 3 weeks later and also the third was carried by a Labrador Retriever.

You may be wandering at this point how is one thing like that even probable or how would someone go about performing something like that or even where would even start?

Well I think that I might be capable to shed some light around the method and no I have not cloned an animal, but I had researched the topic to not extended ago when at College.

As far as a I don't forget the method was pretty technical and complicated to me at that time, I'm not even certain if I have an understanding of it myself.

Even so, although I may not fully grasp the technical elements of it I do recognize the approach enough to explain it to you right here briefly.

The eggs of a female dog is only be fertilized for a specific length of time, that is at a certain phase throughout the time in the Estrous cycle and may only be harvested throughout the three weeks period.

Then the eggs are taken from the oviduct due to the intricate nature of removing the eggs. Following the eggs have already been taken out that is exactly where they take out the nucleus in the eggs and replace it using the cell in the dog's ear as mentioned above.

Then they use a chemical reaction to bound them with each other, that may be the egg along with the cell from the dog's ear. Soon after this was effectively done the eggs will be placed in the female dogs that can become surrogates.

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