China officially used six cloned dogs to join the Beijing police force
- Tram Ho
Six identical four-legged recruits were introduced into China’s capital city police force during a reception ceremony at the Police Dog Base under the Beijing Public Security Office on November 20. .
They are the result of a successful project led by the Beijing police dog facility to create the best dogs to engage in crime prevention.
These six dogs belong to the Belgian Malinois, they are copies of two exemplary special police dogs of the Beijing police.
They were born in August at the base. 4 out of 6 children were born in the same litter. Their DNA is 99% more polymerized than the original dog.
Ma Jinlei, a police officer who trained dogs, said the cloned dogs were only about four months old, but they showed a lot of good qualities and showed similar abilities. Self a 6 month old police dog.
The six dogs born by this method of unintentional breeding will be strictly managed and trained, and they will always be monitored to clone a series of police dogs in the near future.
They will even set up a cell bank to store the genes of leading police dogs.
In early 2019, the Police Dog Base teamed up with several biotechnology companies to clone 6 dogs from the skin cells of 2 police dogs. 4 out of 6 children were born in the same litter. Their DNA is 99% more polymerized than the original dog.
The project is still ongoing with the cooperation of Sinogene – a company based in Beijing, one of China’s leading companies in the fast-growing pet cloning industry. quickly.
In 2017, Sinogene successfully announced the world’s first dog to be cloned through gene editing.
Earlier this year, the company also gained attention by cloning a dead cat of a man, helping him regain happiness for 250,000 yuan ($ 35,000).
Source : Trí Thức Trẻ