Telomeres and Cloning

Is Bret Weinstein’s finding predictive of gaps in cloning science?

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Bret Weinstein and his wife Heather Heying, both biologists who taught at Evergreen in Oregon.
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1. Do the test subjects already have elongated telomeres?

2. Do reproductive differences mean the extent of elongation is different?

3. Is mouse data obfuscating patterns in pan-mammalian cloning science?

4. Did apparent non-shortening in these studies result from artificial elongation?

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