17 Kyodo Researchers at the National Institute of Animal Industry said Wednesday they have cloned a pig from fetal pigskin cells in July.
What does NIAI stand for?
NIAI stands for National Institute of Animal Industry (Japan)
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- Northern Illinois Alliance of Fire Protection Districts (Wheaton, IL)
- NATO Industrial Advisory Group
- Nordenia International AG (Germany)
- Nuclear Interdiction Action Group (Office of Counterproliferation Initiatives; US State Department)
- National Institute of Animal Husbandry (Vietnam)
- National Inventory of Architectural Heritage (Ireland)
- Netherlands Institute for Art History
- National Institute of American History and Democracy
- National Integrated Accreditation for Healthcare Organizations (standards)
- National Identification Authority of India
- National Internal Affairs Investigators Association (US, Canada, and Australia)
- Northern Ireland Adverse Incident Centre (Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety; UK)
- National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
- National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (Japan)
- Niagara Junction Railway Company
- National Information Assurance Leadership (System Administration, Audit, Network, and Security Institute; Bethesda, MD)
- National Institute of Arts and Letters
- Northshore Independent Athletic League (Covington, LA)
- Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (Africa)
- Never Is A Long Time
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The calf was produced at the National Institute of Animal Industry in Kukizaki near Tsukuba, Ibaraki Prefecture, by researchers who implanted nuclei taken fromthe lung cells of a five-month-old cow fetus into unfertilized eggs, whose nuclei had been removed.
The Kagoshima institute and the National Institute of Animal Industry in Ibaraki Prefecture, northeast of Tokyo, jointly produced the calf by implanting nuclei taken from cells of Japanese cows into unfertilized eggs whose nuclei had been removed.