Equine Cloning: Where Are We Today?

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"Five years ago, presenting 'A Review of Cloning' in the horse was almost unimaginable," began Katrin Hinrichs, DVM, PhD, professor of veterinary physiology and pharmacology and Patsy Link Chair in reproductive studies at Texas A&M University. "But the field has taken off very quickly, partly because of advances in other species."

At the 52nd annual American Association of Equine

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