Can I only clone one time from the Genetic Preservation or cell line that I produce on my valuable donor?
Oct 25, 2022
No, in the process of producing a Genetic Preservation or cell line, the lab will ultimately freeze anywhere from 3 – 10 million cells, all genetically identical to the donor that provided the tissue sample. This means that you can clone your donor repeatedly, and should not run out of cells, since we only use a small portion of them for every cloning event. We can also grow more cells, from the cells you already have, thus making your Genetic Preservation a virtually perpetual supply of cells.
Learn more about Trans Ova’s Genetic Preservation and Cloning services in our blog or on our website.
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