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Stem Cell Nuclear Transfer
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Somatic Cell Nuclear Transfer (SCNT) is the process of removing from an unfertilized oocyte its own chromosomes (enucleation) and replacing them with chromosomes taken from a somatic cell. Parthenogenesis may then be induced in order to create an embryonic clone of the donor of the somatic DNA, with either the intent of producing a live-birth clone, or of producing embryonic stem cells compatible with the somatic cell donor.
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