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Cloning--nuclear transplantation in Amphibia

Robert Gilmore McKinnell

Cloning--nuclear transplantation in Amphibia

a critique of results obtained with the technique to which is added a discourse on the methods of the craft

by Robert Gilmore McKinnell

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Published by University of Minnesota Press in Minneapolis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Amphibians -- Cloning.,
  • Cell nuclei -- Transplantation.,
  • Amphibians as laboratory animals.,
  • Embryology, Experimental -- Technique.,
  • Amphibians -- Embryology.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRobert Gilmore McKinnell.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH442.2 .M33 1978
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 319 p. :
    Number of Pages319
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4716659M
    ISBN 100816608318
    LC Control Number78003195

    Nuclear transfer, the introduction of the nucleus from a cell into an enucleated egg cell (an egg cell that has had its own nucleus removed). This can be accomplished through fusion of the cell to the egg or through the direct removal of the nucleus from the cell and the subsequent transplantation. In the second half of the twentieth century, scientists learned how to clone some species of mammals. Scientists have applied somatic cell nuclear transfer to clone human and mammalian embryos as a means to produce stem cells for laboratory and medical use. Somatic cell nuclear transfer (SCNT) is a technology applied in cloning, stem cell research, and regenerative .

    Only a few books relating to nuclear transplantation in Amphibia--The Control of Gene Expression in Animal Development by John B. Gurdon () and Cloning, Nuclear Transplantation in Amphibia by Robert G. McKinnell ()--have been published. Cloning Nuclear Transplantation in Amphibia: A Critique of Results Obtained with the Technique to Which is Added a Discourse on the Methods of the Craft Robert Gilmore Mckinnell Published by University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis ().

    图书频道提供Robert Gilmore的作品所有图书列表,包括Robert Gilmore的书、Robert Gilmore代表作、Robert Gilmore文集全集、作品、小说、散文、教材、考试资料等畅销书的在线购 . Define nuclear transplantation. nuclear transplantation synonyms, nuclear transplantation pronunciation, nuclear transplantation translation, English dictionary definition of nuclear transplantation. Noun 1. nuclear transplantation - moving a cell nucleus and its genetic material from one cell to another SCNT, somatic cell nuclear transfer.


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In this, the first published monograph devoted exclusively to the cloning procedure, Professor McKinnel reviews the results obtained in nuclear transplantation experiments with amphibia and provides an extensive discussion of the methodology by: He is the author of a scholarly monograph, Cloning: Nuclear Transplantation in Amphibia, published by the University of Minnesota Press, and has testified before a Congressional committee on the problems connected with cloning.

Robert Gilmore McKinnell is Professor Emeritus of Genetics and Cell Biology at the University of Minnesota. About the Author.

Robert Gilmore McKinnel, Professor of Genetics and Cell Biology Emeritus at the University of Minnesota, began his frog cloning studies at the Institute for Cancer Research in Philadelphia and Tulane University in New Orleans.

He is the author of a scholarly monograph, Cloning: Nuclear Transplantation in Amphibia, Cited by: 7. Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by page.

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Please try again : Vijay Thadani. The cloning procedure for amphibia has three components, namely, the preparation of recipient eggs, the preparation of donor cells, and the nuclear transfer. Eggs laid in a high-salt medium can be used as recipients for an hour or more after they have been by: 4.

Cloning of Amphibians. Most cloning work in Amphibia has been carried out with Xenopus laevis. We review the techniques applied for nuclear transfer in Xenopus, and we provide evidence from primary as well as serial nuclear transfer experiments that the genome is conserved as different kinds of cells are formed in development.

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Robert Gilmore McKinnell, Professor Emeritus of Genetics and Cell Biology at the University of Minnesota, began his frog-cloning studies at the Institute for Cancer Research in Philadelphia and at Tulane University.

He is the author of a book for scientists, Cloning: Nuclear Transplantation in Amphibia. Nuclear transplantation is the name of one of several possible techniques that can give rise to a clone. The first successful transplantation of a living nucleus from one cell to another was achieved in by Hämmerling in the unicellular alga plant, by: 6.

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Amphibia is an American animated television series created by Matt Braly and produced by Disney Television Animation for Disney Channel and Disney series stars the voices of Brenda Song, Justin Felbinger, Bill Farmer, and Amanda premiered on J following a preview of the first episode on DisneyNOW and YouTube three days earlier, and No.

of episodes: 20 (39 segments) (list of episodes). Today, nuclear transfer, as it is now called, is at the heart of the current surge in embryonic stem cell research and animal cloning.

In his book Cloning: Nuclear Transplantation in Amphibia (), McKinnell wrote that if cloning makes any contribution in the late 20th century.

Author(s): McKinnell,Robert Gilmore Title(s): Cloning: nuclear transplantation in amphibia: a critique of results obtained with the technique, to which is added a discourse on the methods of the craft/ Robert Gilmore McKinnell.

Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Minneapolis: Univ. of Minnesota Press, c The importance of somatic cell nuclear transfer is, without any doubt, beyond the scope of replicating superior animal genotypes. It is an invaluable experimental tool to address fundamental scientific issues such as nuclear potency, cell de-differentiation, chromatin structure and function, epigenetics, and genome by: Abstract.

The term cell totipotency in the strict sense defines the capability of a single cell to give rise to a whole organism, but this term can also be defined more generally as the capability of a cell to differentiate into any cell type of a multicellular dedifferentiation refers to the capability of a specialized cell to return to an undifferentiated state and possibly Cited by: books—Cloning: Nuclear Transplantation in Amphibia and Cloning: A Biologist Reports.

The latter was intended for the general permits the asexual reproduction of amphibians. Nuclear transplantation is a method in which the nucleus of a donor cell is relocated to a target cell that has had its nucleus removed (enucleated).

Nuclear transplantation has allowed experimental embryologists to manipulate the development of an organism and to study the potential of the nucleus to direct development. Nuclear transplantation, as it was first called.

Human cloning may be moving one step closer to reality. Dr. Emily Senay visited The Early Show, on Tuesday to tell us about reports that Britain may consider lifting a ban on the cloning of human.He is the author of a scholarly monograph, Cloning: Nuclear Transplantation in Amphibia, published by the University of Minnesota Press, and has testified before a Congressional committee on the problems connected with cloning.

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