Cloned Steer News Conference, number 13
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Scientists Dr. Jonathan Hill and Dr. Mark Westhusin at Texas A&M University have successfully cloned what is believed to be the first calf cloned from an adult bull, which is also the oldest animal ever cloned. A 21-year-old Brahman from Ralph and Sandra Fisher of La Grange, Texas. The cloned calf â€˜Second Chanceâ€™ not only looks just like his father, but also has his fatherâ€™s exact DNA. Their research could have enormous implications in the beef cattle industry and in the future applications of cloning technology.
DescriptionImage of 'Second Chance' with researchers Dr. Jonathan Hill (far left) and Dr. Mark Westhusin (far right) and the owners of 'Chance', the cloned bull, Ralph and Sandra Fisher. Physical description: black-and -white slides (slides (photographs), 5X5mm
Animals, Genetically Modified
College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (1999). Cloned Steer News Conference, number 13. Available electronically from