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Behnammanesh S, Amani Samani R. Animal Cloning and its Consequences in European :union:’s Legal Framework. MLJ. 2008; 2 (7) :163-189
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In 1997, there was a report in Nature that announced the birth of Dolly the first cloned mammal in the world using nuclear transfer. After it, a lot of ethical and religious reactions were claimed against human cloning while no absolute opposition was presented against animal cloning. European :union: (EUROPA) as one of the most important and effective international organizations, has been playing a major role in defining animal cloning and its procedure and effects on animals. In this paper we tried to perform a comprehensive review of literature on Europe's opinions and legal notes about animal cloning.

Received: 2008/11/12 | Accepted: 2008/12/21

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