Food Safety, Animal Health and Welfare and Environmental Impact of Animals[1] derived from Cloning by Somatic Cell Nucleus Transfer (SCNT) and their Offspring and Products Obtained from those Animals[2]

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Acknowledgements

The European Food Safety Authority wishes to thank the members of the Working Group for
the preparation of this opinion: Henrik Callesen, Giuliano D’Agnolo, Andras Dinnyés, Wenche
Farstad, Jörg Hartung, Louis-Marie Houdebine, Peter Jinman, Pierre Le Neindre, David
Morton, Heiner Niemann, Jean-Paul Renard, Larisa Rudenko, Josef Schlatter, Vittorio Silano
(WG Chair) and Eckhard Wolf.
EFSA would also wish to thank the participants of the drafting group that prepared the final
draft of the opinion before its adoption; Ada Knaap, Vittorio Silano, Pierre Le Neindre, John
Collins and Jörg Hartung.

doi
10.2903/j.efsa.2008.767
Panel members at the time of adoption
Sue Barlow, Andrew Chesson, John D. Collins, Albert Flynn, Anthony Hardy, Klaus-Dieter Jany, Ada Knaap, Harry Kuiper, Pierre Le Neindre, Jan Schans, Josef Schlatter, Vittorio Silano, Staffan Skerfving and Philippe Vannier.
Type
Opinion of the Scientific Committee/Scientific Panel
Question Number
EFSA-Q-2007-092
Adopted
15 July 2008
Published
24 July 2008
Affiliation
European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), Parma, Italy
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Abstract

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Keywords
Animal Cloning, Animal Health, Animal Welfare, ART, Assisted Reproduction Technology, Bovine, Cattle, Clone, Clones, Environmental Impact, Epigenetic Reprogramming, Food Product, Food Safety, Genetic Diversity, Immunocompetence, Livestock, Offspring, Pig, Progeny, Risk Assessment, SCNT, Somatic Cell Nucleus Transfer, Swine.