Cloning

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The ART of Breeding

February 01, 2005

Successful breeding of horses is not always as easy as presenting a receptive mare to a fertile stallion. There are many things that can go awry with the reproductive process. Broodmares that were once fertile and produced many excellent foals... Read More

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UI Scientist, Cloned Mules Featured at Seattle Conference

February 13, 2004

Gordon Woods, DVM, MS, PhD, Dipl. ACT, the University of Idaho scientist who led the research team that successfully produced the first clone in the horse family, will be a featured speaker at the American Association for the Advancement of... Read More

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Cloned Pregnancy Lost at Texas A&M

February 01, 2004

A research mare at Texas A&M (TAMU) carrying a cloned foal recently lost her pregnancy. "We lost it at nine months of gestation via premature separation of the placenta and placentitis (placental infection), which we treated for three weeks... Read More

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Cloned Pregnancy Lost at Texas A&M

December 09, 2003

A research mare at Texas A&M (TAMU) carrying a cloned foal recently lost her pregnancy. "We lost it at nine months of gestation via premature separation of the placenta and placentitis (placental infection), which we treated for three weeks... Read More

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Third Mule Clone Born

October 01, 2003

The scientists who produced the world's first equine clone announced that the third cloned mule foal was born about 1:30 a.m. on July 27.

The team includes Gordon Woods, DVM, MS, PhD, Dipl. ACT, and Dirk Vanderwall, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACT, bot... Read More

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The World's First Cloned Horse

October 01, 2003

The world's first cloned horse, created by Italian scientists from a mare's skin cell, has been born, according to a Washington Post article.

The birth of the healthy foal, announced in the Aug. 7 issue of the journal Nature,... Read More

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First Cloned Horse Born

August 06, 2003

The world's first cloned horse, created by Italian scientists from a single skin cell taken from a mare, has been born, according to a Washington Post article.

The birth of the healthy foal, announced in Thursday's issue of the... Read More

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Second Mule Clone Born

August 01, 2003

The research team that made headlines in May after producing the world's first equine clone--a mule named Idaho Gem--on June 9 has repeated its success with the birth of another mule--Utah Pioneer.

Researchers Gordon Woods, DVM, MS, PhD,... Read More

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Third Equine Clone Born Healthy

July 28, 2003

The scientists who produced the world's first clone born to the horse family have announced that the third cloned mule foal was born yesterday (July 27).

The team includes Gordon Woods, DVM, MS, PhD, Dipl. ACT, and Dirk Vanderwall, DVM,... Read More

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Second Cloned Mule Born

June 11, 2003

The same research team that produced the world's first cloned member of the horse family, a mule, has repeated its success with the birth of “Utah Pioneer” early Monday morning.

Researchers Gordon Woods, DVM, MS, PhD, Dipl. ACT, and... Read More

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The World's First Equine Clone

May 30, 2003

The landscape of equine reproduction research dramatically changed yesterday (May 29) when a University of Idaho (UI) and Utah State University team announced they were the first to clone a member of the equine family--the mule--according to an... Read More

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Idaho, Utah Researchers Successfully Clone Mule

May 29, 2003

A University of Idaho--Utah State University research team is the first worldwide to clone a member of the horse family, a mule, according to an article to be published in the journal Science.

The research team includes Gordon... Read More