Whitehead-Led Team Says Animal Clones Would Likely Be Abnormal | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Sept. 10 - About four percent of expressed genes in cloned mice are abnormal, according to research done at the Whitehead Institute.

Though they are not necessary evident at the phenotypic level via clinical examination, these abnormalities could lead to severe health problems, the researchers report.

 

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