Dog cloning center to open in South Korea

Posted Aug 14, 2009 by John Louie S. Ramos
A biotechnological firm in South Korea will open next year with an initial goal of producing 1,000 cloned dogs and would also operate on cloning endangered species including wolves.
The RNL Bio, one of the world's few pet-cloning profit organization expressed through their director Cho Seong-Ryul that they are aimed into turning dog cloning services into a full-fledged business.
The location of the establishment in Yongin, a city south of Seoul, would cost an estimated five million dollars. The cost would include state-of-the art facilities, research and development and other advance hi-tech equipment.