The Process of Human Cloning

The Process of Human Cloning
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  • Somatic Cell Nuclear Transfer (SCNT)
  • Today's topic is human cloning. Open your books to page 312 and start reading.
  • A cell which contains DNA is taken from the person who is being cloned. Then the enucleated egg is fused together with the cloning subject's cell using electricity.
  • SCNT begins when doctors take the egg from a female donor and remove it's nucleus, creating an enucleated egg.
  • This creates an embryo, which is implanted into a surrogate mother through in vitro fertilization.
  • If the procedure is successful, then the surrogate mother will give birth to a baby that's a clone of the cloning subject at the end of a normal gestation period.
  • The success rate is 1%, or 1 out of every 100 embryos.
  • Haha that would be crazy.
  •  Dude imagine if Mrs. Wilmoth was some secret genius scientist and creates clones.
  • I know right, they're all probably hiding in a secret room like that closet over there.
  • Oh no they're on to us....
  • What do we do?
  • We have to kill them!
  • Did y'all hear something?
  • I have no idea what you're talking about.
  • What was that?
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