Genome Human Cloning Research Paper by cee-cee

Genome Human Cloning
Reviews the research regarding animal cloning and its possible application to genome human cloning.
# 115183 | 3,120 words | 10 sources | APA | 2009 | US

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This paper explains the techniques of cloning, which build an identical genetic duplicate of a different cell, tissue or a living organism. The success of reproductive cloning in creating various animals, such as Dolly, the sheep is explored and the development of therapeutic human cloning by means of embryonic stem (ES) cells is examined. The Human Genome Project is highlighted.

Table of Contents:
Body of Supportive Evidence with Effective Visuals
Some Statistics
Human Cloning
Knowledge Obtained from the Human Genome Project
Latest Developments in Human Cloning

Sample of Sources Used:

  • AAAS Center for Science, Technology and Congress. (2007) "AAAS Policy Brief: Human Cloning" Retrieved 28 March, 2008 from
  • Barnes, Deborah. (n. d.) "Research in the News: Creating a cloned sheep named Dolly" Retrieved 28 March, 2008 from
  • Gralla, Jay D; Gralla, Preston. (2004) "Complete Idiot's Guide to Understanding Cloning" Alpha Books.
  • Kegley, Jacquelyn Ann K. (1998) "Genetic Knowledge: Human Values and Responsibility" ICUS. Lexington, KY.
  • Life Issues Institute. (2006) "Adult Stem Cell breakthroughs, treatments and cures" Retrieved 28 March, 2008 from

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