Fourth-Generation Pig Cloned in JapanAugust 8th, 2007 in Biology /
In this photo released by Prof. Hiroshi Nagashima, two fourth generation cloned pig are seen at a breeding facility in Ibaraki Prefecture, northeast of Tokyo, Friday, July 27, 2007. Nagashima, a Japanese geneticist claimed Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2007, his research team created the world's first fourth-generation clone of a pig, an achievement that could help scientists using porcine models for medical and other research. (AP Photo/Hiroshi Nagashima)
(AP) -- A Japanese geneticist said Wednesday his research team created the world's first fourth-generation cloned pig, an achievement that could help scientists in medical and other research.
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