Methods for cloning mammoths, from the creator of Dolly the sheep

It is unlikely that a mammoth could be cloned in the way we created Dolly the sheep, as has been proposed following the discovery of mammoth bones in northern Siberia. However, the idea prompts us to consider the feasibility of other avenues. Even if the Dolly method is not possible, there are other ways in which it would be biologically interesting to work with viable mammoth cells if they can be found.

Read the full, original story here: Produce mammoth stem cells, says creator of Dolly the sheep

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