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19:17 - 2009-07-25

Iran's Second Cloned Calf

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Iranian scientists succeed in cloning a second calf named 'Tamina'
Iran's second cloned calf was born at Royan institute in Isfahan, central Iran, on Saturday
Tamina, Iran's second cloned calf
Tamina's birth is viewed as a major breakthrough for Iranian scientists
Tamina's birth occurred after the successful cloning of various farm animals, including a lamb named 'Royana', a goat named 'Hanna' and the first calf named 'Bonyana', Iranian scientists succeeded in cloning a second calf named 'Tamina'
Following the successful cloning of various farm animals, including a lamb named 'Royana', a goat named 'Hanna' and the first calf named 'Bonyana', Iranian scientists succeed in cloning a second calf named 'Tamina'
The birth of Iran's second cloned calf which occurred two weeks after Bonyana's birth, completed the circle of embryology researchers carried out by the Royan institute in the field of cloning, officials of the institute say
According to officials, Iran now stands among the numbered countries possessing the ability to clone farm animals
Royan institute researchers say they hope to clone certain species at high risk of extinction in the near future
They are also looking to use cloned goats to produce genetically modified animals required for manufacturing new recombinant medications, particularly TPA
The effort is part of Iran's quest to become a regional high-tech powerhouse in western Asia by 2025
Iranian scientists succeed in cloning a second calf named 'Tamina'
Iran's second cloned calf was born at Royan institute in Isfahan, central Iran, on Saturday
Tamina, Iran's second cloned calf
Tamina's birth is viewed as a major breakthrough for Iranian scientists
Tamina's birth occurred after the successful cloning of various farm animals, including a lamb named 'Royana', a goat named 'Hanna' and the first calf named 'Bonyana', Iranian scientists succeeded in cloning a second calf named 'Tamina'
Following the successful cloning of various farm animals, including a lamb named 'Royana', a goat named 'Hanna' and the first calf named 'Bonyana', Iranian scientists succeed in cloning a second calf named 'Tamina'
The birth of Iran's second cloned calf which occurred two weeks after Bonyana's birth, completed the circle of embryology researchers carried out by the Royan institute in the field of cloning, officials of the institute say
According to officials, Iran now stands among the numbered countries possessing the ability to clone farm animals
Royan institute researchers say they hope to clone certain species at high risk of extinction in the near future
They are also looking to use cloned goats to produce genetically modified animals required for manufacturing new recombinant medications, particularly TPA
The effort is part of Iran's quest to become a regional high-tech powerhouse in western Asia by 2025
Iranian scientists succeed in cloning a second calf named 'Tamina'
Iran's second cloned calf was born at Royan institute in Isfahan, central Iran, on Saturday
Tamina, Iran's second cloned calf
Tamina's birth is viewed as a major breakthrough for Iranian scientists