Subject: Can cells from deceased people be cloned?
Date: Mon Mar 24 17:42:26 1997
Posted by: Arthur D. Lafferty
Grade level: teacher/prof
School/Organization: JFL Institute
City: Bellingham State/Province: WA
Area of science: Cell Biology
Message ID: 859246946.Cb
Can cells from deceased people be cloned?
As an example, is it possible that a cell specimen taken, say, from
Albert Einstein's hair be cloned?
Re:Can cells from deceased people be cloned?
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