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Step 1 in rabbit cloning. Obtain a somatic cell from the rabbit to be cloned (donor rabbit) and isolate the DNA by removing the nucleus of the somatic cell.
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Step 1 in rabbit cloning. Obtain a somatic cell from the rabbit to be cloned (donor rabbit) and isolate it's diploid nucleus.
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The diploid nucleus contains the full (paired) set of chromosomes found in all dividing cells of the rabbit's body (except sex cells).  
  
  

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Summary

Step 1 in rabbit cloning. Obtain a somatic cell from the rabbit to be cloned (donor rabbit) and isolate it's diploid nucleus. The diploid nucleus contains the full (paired) set of chromosomes found in all dividing cells of the rabbit's body (except sex cells).


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21:07, 9 October 2009Thumbnail for version as of 21:07, 9 October 2009700 × 700 (76 KB)Z3187802 (talk | contribs)Summary of the steps is creating a rabbit clone that is almost identical to the donor (slight difference due to mitochondrial DNA inherited from egg donor

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