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(1PN-SCNT) The first sign of successful cloning. The first indication that cloning has been successful is the observation of a single pronucleus, seen here, which contains the donated material from the donor skin cell.
(Fib Karyotype) Male chromosomes found in the donor skin cell.
(Human Oocytes) Unfertilized, high quality human eggs, the precious starting material for SCNT.
(SCNT 1) A high quality cloned blastocycst, seen here hatching out of its shell.
(SCNT 2) A second cloned blastocyst, completely hatched from its shell.
(SCNT 3) An early cloned blastocyst.
(SCNT 4) An early cloned blastocyst.
(Skin Fib SW) A colony of donor skin fibroblasts, from which one cell was chosen to transfer into the egg.
(UV Enucleation) The removal of the egg’s nucleus, visualized best when using ultra-violet light.