COLLEGE STATION - Scientists at Texas A&M University have successfully cloned what is believed to be the first calf cloned from an adult bull, which is also the oldest animal ever cloned - a 21-year-old Brahman. Their research could have enormous implications in the beef cattle industry and in the future applications of cloning technology.
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