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CNR (cell nucleus replacement)

CNR (cell nucleus replacement) is technique in which the genetic material (DNA) from an egg cell is replaced with that of an adult or embryo body cell of the same animal species. Also referred to as somatic cell nuclear transfer (SCNT), or popularly as 'cloning'.

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Professor Sir Ian Wilmut in conversation with Dr Roger Highfield 16 January 2017 Comment
Controversial Italian fertility specialist denies stealing woman's eggs 23 May 2016 News
Brüstle in the Dock: ISCC v Comptroller General of Patents, Opinion of AG Cruz Villalón 4 August 2014 Comment
German Brüstle decision puts spotlight on national patent guidelines 17 December 2012 Comment
The HFE Act 2008 - an end or a beginning? 16 October 2009 Comment
Queensland passes cloning legislation 15 October 2007 News
Western Australia's lower house approves cloning legislation 10 September 2007 News
Missouri will vote on cloning amendment to constitution 6 November 2006 News
British stem cell scientists seek licence to create chimeras 9 October 2006 News
Massachusetts lawmakers approve embryo cloning research 4 April 2005 News
Massachusetts faces battle on stem cells 14 February 2005 News
Second cloning licence issued in UK 9 February 2005 News
HFEA gives go-ahead for cloned embryo cells 11 August 2004 News
Shoddy judgement from law lords 27 May 2003 Comment
Interpreting the House of Lords' decision on cloning 14 April 2003 Comment
ProLife Alliance is granted cloning law appeal 24 June 2002 News
Roslin seeks human embryo licence 15 April 2002 News
Calls for fast cloning bans 3 December 2001 News
Government response to cloning decision 19 November 2001 News
ProLife Alliance wins judicial review case 19 November 2001 News
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