Why another cytoplasm?!


by Mohamad&Issa
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Mar18-13, 11:30 AM
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Cloning is done in this way (image.jpg)
But why they used another cytoplasm...?
And does the cytoplasm differe from one individual to another...?
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Mar18-13, 12:03 PM
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An ovum and a donor cell are very different types of cell. The completely nucleus is placed in a denucleated ovum to create what is essentially a zygote that will have the correct cell biology to go on and develop into a full organism.
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Mar21-13, 07:41 AM
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I think the OP is trying to ask why the host egg cell was taken from a different species of sheep and not from the same species or even the same animal from which the donor nucleus was obtained.

I don't have the answer atm; need to do some research....


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