ALERT: Full text of Sheep Cloning paper available on Nature's website

Richard A. Lockshin lockshin at mindspring.com
Thu Mar 6 17:50:21 EST 1997


Very convenient for teachers (I am teaching a devel. biol. course
right now).  Thanks.
naturemag at aol.com (Naturemag) wrote:

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>The paper ....

>Viable offspring derived from fetal and adult mammalian cells

>By I. Wilmut, A. E. Schnieke, J. McWhir, A. J. Kind & K. H. S. Campbell 

>Published in Nature, Volume 385, 810 - 813, February 27, 1997

>... the Sheep Cloning story which has received much coverage in the
>world's media this week, is now available, in full, free of charge, on
>Nature's website:

>http://www.nature.com/

>Also available are other pieces from the same issue on the same subject
>including a News and Views and a leader article.

>If this is of interest, please visit and take a look.

Richard A. Lockshin
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