Cloning Success Rates Increase for Horses

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Three years after the birth of the first cloned mule and horse, scientists are reporting improvements in the number of viable cloned equine embryos that are carried to term. A Texas A&M University (TAMU) researcher says that five clones of cutting horse champion stallion Smart Little Lena are on the ground and thriving, along with a clone of a second donor horse. Two more clones from a

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