Researchers clone first fighting bull in Spain

05/20/2010 | BBC

For the first time in Spain, researchers said they have successfully cloned a fighting bull using nuclear transfer, a technique that involves inserting a sire gene into cows' eggs to develop embryos, which are then engrafted into surrogate females. The researchers hope the breakthrough could lead to the development of a "tissue bank" to save endangered species.

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