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Animal cloning. Large factory set up in China

At the beginning of 2016, an animal cloning centre – company BoyaLife – began operation in China, with an investment of 31.3 million US dollars. The aim is to clone cows, dogs and racehorses. The aim is to produce a million cow embryos annually to facilitate the production of beef, to resolve the high demand for this product in a country as populated as China (Nature 528; 13, 2015) Read HERE.

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