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Synonyms for clone

a person who is almost identical to another

a group of genetically identical cells or organisms derived from a single cell or individual by some kind of asexual reproduction

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an unauthorized copy or imitation

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make multiple identical copies of

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CloneR is a medium supplement designed for enhancing the cloning efficiency and single-cell survival of pluripotent stem cells.
CloneR will be manufactured using Stem-Cell's rigorous raw material screening and quality control processes certified under ISO 13485, Medical Devices Standards.
Canadian edge life science research products company Stemcell Technologies has developed CloneR, a novel medium formulation to aid researchers in their ability to successfully genome edit human pluripotent stem cells, the company said.
Tender notice number : MPPD/TENDER NO -221 & Work No: Multi Disk Copier Cloner Imager
A CAS cloner demo has been released for "The Sims 4" and it allows cloning of everything for creating a new custom content including textures and meshes.
The SEK1m order covers 23 starter packs including the SIM Id Cloner system and one-year licence agreements.
Elk Cloner, which spread between Apple II computers via infected floppy disks, has the dubious distinction of the first computer virus to spread in the wild.
I'm not a cloner, that's not something I would do," he says.
Interesting inventors are profiled as well, from Archimedes and Ctesibius (who proved that air was a material substance and created the first suction pump and water clock) to such contemporary innovators as human stem cell researcher Ann Tsukamoto and Dolly the lamb cloner Ian Wilmut.
A duplicate card is made and until your next credit card statement arrives to alert you the cloner can spend at will.
The following year, afloat on his reputation as a cloner, he left Cambridge for Texas, hired away by the same cattle company, Granada, that soon afterward would also hire Mark Westhusin.
A duplicate card is made and the cloner can start spending at your expense.
These include lan Wilmut, cloner of Dolly the sheep, Professor Woo Suk Hwang, Korean cloning expert, and Professor Alan Trounson, founder of the National Stem Cell Centre and Scientific Director of Monash IVF.
In a similar vein, during our fieldwork we heard one distinguished scientist grumble that another "had stolen [his] best cloner.
En los 80, exactamente en 1982, los equipos Apple II --en aquellos momentos estaban de moda-- comenzaron a ser afectados por un virus llamado Cloner cuya caracteristica era presentar el mensaje en forma de poema.