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Somatic cell cloned cattle continue to show large number of abnormalities

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Somatic cell cloned cattle continue to show large number of abnormalities

From Bio Journal - January 2006
Bio Journal, Citizens' Biotechnology Information Center, Japan, Jan 2006 http://www5d.biglobe.ne.jp/~cbic/english/2006/journal0601.html

U.S. Stem Cell Researcher Rebuked

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Washington Post
Rick Weiss
February 11, 2006

Investigators at the University of Pittsburgh have concluded that Pitt faculty member and stem cell researcher Gerald P. Schatten committed "research misbehavior" by seeking personal, professional and financial gains from research being conducted by since-disgraced scientific colleagues in South Korea.

University tries to downplay US researcher's role in cloning fraud

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University tries to downplay US researcher's role in cloning fraud

Mammoth plan for giant comeback

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SOURCE: The Telegraph, UK, by Roger Highfield
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml=3Fxml=3D/news/2005/12/20/nmam...
DATE: 20 Dec 2005

The first serious possibility that the woolly mammoth, or something like
it, could walk on Earth again was raised yesterday by an international
team of scientists.

A portion of the genetic code of the mammoth has been reconstructed and,
to the surprise of scientists, the team that carried out the feat
believes that it will be possible to decode the entire genetic make-up.

A Cloning Scandal Rocks a Pillar of Science Publishing

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A Cloning Scandal Rocks a Pillar of Science Publishing

SOURCE: The New York Times, USA, by Gina Kolata
http://www.nytimes.com/2005/12/18/international/asia/18clone.html
DATE: 18 Dec 2005

Science magazine has seen its share of controversies over the years:
papers questioned and withdrawn and occasional accusations of scientific
fraud. But none of those incidents, says Science's executive editor,
Monica M. Bradford, can compare to the turmoil that has been shaking the

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