Transgenic (Transgenics is not a recognized word) describes an organism whose DNA contains genetic material derived from other species or even from artificial sources. Cloning is the science of creating clones, which are organisms with identical or nearly identical genetic makeup. Sites listed here should only be related to the science of creating transgenic animals and animal cloning technologies. Sites containing information about a business which utilizes these technologies should perhaps search for another category in the Open Directory Project.

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The Cloning of Dolly: Science Explained
Cell biology, and developmental biology from zygote to adult, including cells, nuclear transfers, microinjection, and development.
Cloning
Broad range of basic data including scientists, methods, stem cells, research, and abnormalities.
Cloning
Illustrated article and brief history. Provides links to related articles, timelines, photographs and video presentations.
Cloning Humans: Can It Really Be Done?
Dr. David Whitehouse answers some questions about cloning and whether the technology can be made to work in humans.
Cloning: A Webliography
A collection of Web resources on the scientific, ethical, and legal aspects of animal and human cloning. Includes articles, books, research, and societies.
genOway
Developing transgenic in vivo and in vitro models: DNA microinjections, knock-out and knock-in mice, embryonic stem cell differentiation, inducible and conditional systems.
Human Cloning and Genetic Modification
The basic principles of embryogenesis and germline engineering - from the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals.
Reproductive Genetics Resource Center
Offers current news stories and links to related resources. Includes a basic primer on cloning and genetic engineering. From the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals.
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