February 5, 2013

Puppy Born from Frozen Embryo

Jennifer Viegas, Discovery News


AP Photo

A puppy named “Klondike” is one of the first pups in the world to be born from a frozen embryo.

In the future, the technique could be used to help replenish populations of endangered canines, such as the red wolf.

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TAGGED: Dogs, Cryopreservation

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