China will build the largest laboratory in the world to clone!

China and its largest laboratory to clone:

China will build the largest laboratory in the world to clone, which will invest 30 million US dollars. The center will start operating in 2016 and the first animal to be cloned are Japanese cows. Upon completion of construction, In addition to replication lines for the animals also there will be clone others animals like dogs, cows, horses and primates.

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An interesting choice – there are many other animals which would have been much easier to cloning as test samples – but economically quite justified: the Chinese market, in fact, there is a great demand for high-quality beef, so the production of cows to provide revenue for the company, while at the same time to supply the domestic market with limited goods.

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In this investment included more companies like: Boyalife. A World leader in the production of stem cells. Sooam from South Korea and both are owned by the state. Also this both these companies are known to the Chinese market. Last year started a company to clone a Tibetan Mastiff. A rare species of dogs whose prices go up a few million dollars. Both these companies are known to the Chinese market. Last year started a company to cloning a Tibetan Mastiff, a rare species of dogs whose prices go up a few million dollars.

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Sooam, one of the companies involved in this project offer commercial cloning at its headquarters in South Korea. For a fee of $ 100,000 can get an exact genetic copy of your sick pet. On this way you can prolong the life of your pet, at least as a clone. Attempts to clone dating from the 50’s of last century. When successfully experimented with frogs. Since then clone and others animals like – fish, mice, sheep, pigs and so on. But today already China which deals with the study of animal cloning. Also its scientists are in the initial phase of experimentation on human embryos.

About the first pet clone you can see on the video below.

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