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    1. Westhusin, ME; Long, CR; Shin, T; Hill, JR; Looney, CR; Pryor, JH; Piedrahita, JA
      Cloning to reproduce desired genotypes

      THERIOGENOLOGY
    2. Bordignon, V; Clarke, HJ; Smith, LC
      Factors controlling the loss of immunoreactive somatic histone H1 from blastomere nuclei in oocyte cytoplasm: A potential marker of nuclear reprogramming

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    3. Lai, LX; Tao, T; Machaty, Z; Kuhholzer, B; Sun, QY; Park, KW; Day, BN; Prather, RS
      Feasibility of producing porcine nuclear transfer embryos by using G2/M-stage fetal fibroblasts as donors

      BIOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION
    4. Kasinathan, P; Knott, JG; Moreira, PN; Burnside, AS; Jerry, DJ; Robl, JM
      Effect of fibroblast donor cell age and cell cycle on development of bovine nuclear transfer embryos in vitro

      BIOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION
    5. Tani, T; Kato, Y; Tsunoda, Y
      Direct exposure of chromosomes to nonactivated ovum cytoplasm is effectivefor bovine somatic cell nucleus reprogramming

      BIOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION
    6. Alberio, R; Motlik, J; Stojkovic, M; Wolf, E; Zakhartchenko, V
      Behavior of M-phase synchronized blastomeres after nuclear transfer in cattle

      MOLECULAR REPRODUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT
    7. Mitalipov, SM; Wolf, DP
      Mammalian cloning: possibilities and threats

      ANNALS OF MEDICINE
    8. Uhm, SJ; Chung, HM; Kim, C; Shim, H; Kim, NH; Lee, HT; Chung, KS
      In vitro development of porcine enucleated oocytes reconstructed by the transfer of porcine fetal fibroblasts and cumulus cells

      THERIOGENOLOGY
    9. Campbell, KHS
      Nuclear transfer in farm animal species

      SEMINARS IN CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    10. Zakhartchenko, V; Alberio, R; Stojkovic, M; Prelle, K; Schernthaner, W; Stojkovic, P; Wenigerkind, H; Wanke, R; Duchler, M; Steinborn, R; Mueller, M; Brem, G; Wolf, E
      Adult cloning in cattle: Potential of nuclei from a permanent cell line and from primary cultures

      MOLECULAR REPRODUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT
    11. Zakhartchenko, V; Durcova-Hills, G; Schernthaner, W; Stojkovic, M; Reichenbach, HD; Mueller, S; Steinborn, R; Mueller, M; Wenigerkind, H; Prelle, K; Wolf, E; Brem, G
      Potential of fetal germ cells for nuclear transfer in cattle

      MOLECULAR REPRODUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT
    12. Kanka, J; Smith, SD; Soloy, E; Holm, P; Callesen, H
      Nucleolar ultrastructure in bovine nuclear transfer embryos

      MOLECULAR REPRODUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT
    13. Loi, P; Boyazoglu, S; Fulka, J; Naitana, S; Cappai, P
      Embryo cloning by nuclear transfer: experiences in sheep

      LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION SCIENCE
    14. Robl, JM
      Development and application of technology for large scale cloning of cattle

      THERIOGENOLOGY
    15. Zakhartchenko, V; Durcova-Hills, G; Stojkovic, M; Schernthaner, W; Prelle, K; Steinborn, R; Muller, M; Brem, G; Wolf, E
      Effects of serum starvation and re-cloning on the efficiency of nuclear transfer using bovine fetal fibroblasts

      JOURNAL OF REPRODUCTION AND FERTILITY
    16. Dominko, T; Mitalipova, M; Haley, B; Beyhan, Z; Memili, E; McKusick, B; First, NL
      Bovine oocyte cytoplasm supports development of embryos produced by nuclear transfer of somatic cell nuclei from various mammalian species

      BIOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION
    17. Wells, DN; Misica, PM; Tervit, HR
      Production of cloned calves following nuclear transfer with cultured adultmural granulosa cells

      BIOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION
    18. Edwards, RG; Beard, HK
      How identical would cloned children be? An understanding essential to the ethical debate

      HUMAN REPRODUCTION UPDATE
    19. WOLF E; ZAKHARTCHENKO V; BREM G
      NUCLEAR TRANSFER IN MAMMALS - RECENT DEVELOPMENTS AND FUTURE PERSPECTIVES

      Journal of biotechnology
    20. COLLAS P; POCCIA D
      REMODELING THE SPERM NUCLEUS INTO A MALE PRONUCLEUS AT FERTILIZATION

      Theriogenology
    21. STICE SL; ROBL JM; DELEON FAP; JERRY J; GOLUEKE PG; CIBELLI JB; KANE JJ
      CLONING - NEW BREAKTHROUGHS LEADING TO COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITIES

      Theriogenology
    22. CIBELLI JB; STICE SL; GOLUEKE PJ; KANE JJ; JERRY J; BLACKWELL C; DELEON FAP; ROBL JM
      CLONED TRANSGENIC CALVES PRODUCED FROM NONQUIESCENT FETAL FIBROBLASTS

      Science
    23. LIU L; DAI YF; MOOR RM
      NUCLEAR TRANSFER IN SHEEP EMBRYOS - THE EFFECT OF CELL-CYCLE COORDINATION BETWEEN NUCLEUS AND CYTOPLASM AND THE USE OF IN-VITRO MATURED OOCYTES

      Molecular reproduction and development
    24. SAMAKE S; SMITH LC
      SYNCHRONIZATION OF CELL-DIVISION IN 8-CELL BOVINE EMBRYOS PRODUCED IN-VITRO - EFFECTS OF APHIDICOLIN

      Theriogenology
    25. SAMAKE S; SMITH LC
      SYNCHRONIZATION OF CELL-DIVISION IN 8-CELL BOVINE EMBRYOS PRODUCED IN-VITRO - EFFECTS OF 6-DIMETHYLAMINOPURINE

      Journal of Reproduction and Fertility
    26. CHASTANT S; CHRISTIANS E; CAMPION E; RENARD JP
      QUANTITATIVE CONTROL OF GENE-EXPRESSION BY NUCLEOCYTOPLASMIC INTERACTIONS IN EARLY MOUSE EMBRYOS - CONSEQUENCE FOR REPROGRAMMATION BY NUCLEAR TRANSFER

      Molecular reproduction and development
    27. SAMAKE S; SMITH LC
      SYNCHRONIZATION OF CELL-DIVISION IN 8-CELL BOVINE EMBRYOS PRODUCED IN-VITRO - EFFECTS OF NOCODAZOLE

      Molecular reproduction and development
    28. KING WA; SHEPHERD DL; PLANTE L; LAVOIR MC; LOONEY CR; BARNES FL
      NUCLEOLAR AND MITOCHONDRIAL MORPHOLOGY IN BOVINE EMBRYOS RECONSTRUCTED BY NUCLEAR TRANSFER

      Molecular reproduction and development
    29. TANIGUCHI T; TANIGUCHI R; KANAGAWA H
      INFLUENCE OF OOCYTE AGING ON DEVELOPMENTAL ABILITY OF RECONSTITUTED EMBRYOS PRODUCED FROM OOCYTE CYTOPLAST AND SINGLE BLASTOMERES OF 2-CELLSTAGE EMBRYOS

      Journal of veterinary medical science
    30. MOENS A; CHESNE P; DELHAISE F; DELVAL A; ECTORS FJ; DESSY F; RENARD JP; HEYMAN Y
      ASSESSMENT OF NUCLEAR TOTIPOTENCY OF FETAL BOVINE DIPLOID GERM-CELLS BY NUCLEAR TRANSFER

      Theriogenology
    31. KWON OY; KONO T
      PRODUCTION OF IDENTICAL SEXTUPLET MICE BY TRANSFERRING METAPHASE NUCLEI FROM 4-CELL EMBRYOS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    32. BORSUK E; SZOLLOSI MS; BESOMBES D; DEBEY P
      FUSION WITH ACTIVATED MOUSE OOCYTES MODULATES THE TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVITY OF INTRODUCED SOMATIC-CELL NUCLEI

      Experimental cell research
    33. GALL L; DEDIEU T; CHESNE P; RUFFINI S; SEVELLEC C; PEYNOT N; RENARD JP; HEYMAN Y
      BOVINE EMBRYO CLONING - CHARACTERIZATION OF THE RECIPIENT CYTOPLASTS BY PHOSPHORYLATION PATTERNS AND KINASE-ACTIVITIES

      Development, growth & differentiation
    34. DU F; JIANG S; YANG X
      BENEFICIAL EFFECT OF OOCYTE ACTIVATION PRIOR TO AND DURING NUCLEAR TRANSFER IN CATTLE USING IN-VITRO MATURED OOCYTES 24 H OF AGE

      Reproduction, nutrition, development
    35. STICE SL; KEEFER CL; MATTHEWS L
      BOVINE NUCLEAR TRANSFER EMBRYOS - OOCYTE ACTIVATION PRIOR TO BLASTOMERE FUSION

      Molecular reproduction and development
    36. CHEONG HT; TAKAHASHI Y; KANAGAWA H
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN NUCLEAR REMODELING AND SUBSEQUENT DEVELOPMENT OFMOUSE EMBRYONIC NUCLEI TRANSFERRED TO ENUCLEATED OOCYTES

      Molecular reproduction and development
    37. OUHIBI N; FULKA J; KANKA J; MOOR RM
      A REVERSIBLE BLOCK AT THE G(1) S BORDER DURING CELL-CYCLE PROGRESSIONOF MOUSE EMBRYOS/

      The International journal of developmental biology
    38. CAMPBELL KHS; LOI P; CAPPAI P; WILMUT I
      IMPROVED DEVELOPMENT TO BLASTOCYST OF OVINE NUCLEAR TRANSFER EMBRYOS RECONSTRUCTED DURING THE PRESUMPTIVE S-PHASE OF ENUCLEATED ACTIVATED OOCYTES

      Biology of reproduction
    39. KEEFER CL; STICE SL; MATTHEWS DL
      BOVINE INNER CELL MASS CELLS AS DONOR NUCLEI IN THE PRODUCTION OF NUCLEAR TRANSFER EMBRYOS AND CALVES

      Biology of reproduction
    40. HYTTEL P; PROCHAZKA R; SMITH S; KANKA J; GREVE T
      RNA-SYNTHESIS IN PORCINE BLASTOMERE NUCLEI INTRODUCED INTO IN-VITRO MATURED OOPLASM

      Acta veterinaria Scandinavica
    41. CAMPBELL KHS; RITCHIE WA; WILMUT I
      NUCLEAR-CYTOPLASMIC INTERACTIONS DURING THE 1ST CELL-CYCLE OF NUCLEARTRANSFER RECONSTRUCTED BOVINE EMBRYOS - IMPLICATIONS FOR DEOXYRIBONUCLEIC-ACID REPLICATION AND DEVELOPMENT

      Biology of reproduction
    42. STICE SL; KEEFER CL
      MULTIPLE GENERATIONAL BOVINE EMBRYO CLONING

      Biology of reproduction


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