Why Should Pet Cells Be Preserved As Soon As Possible?

1. The sooner pet cell preservation is done, the better

Many studies have shown younger animals have a better cell state and stronger proliferation ability. Therefore, it's best to take the skin for cell line when they are relatively young, so that the somatic cell lines established by pet cell preservation can have better cell viability. Older pet somatic cells can also be used, yet the cell viability may not be great,  but they can also be used for preservation. 

Too many pet owners love their pets wholeheartedly, and the pet cell preservation allows them to continue their love with pets for a longer time. As hope is there, love is always there. We save cells for our dogs and cats, In fact, it is also an alternative way for us to love them. Only when we love it, we want to keep each other company and hope to keep a "seed" of our favorite pets. When needed, restart this "seed" of life and call our pet to return. Now keep pet cells and let your pet accompany you from now to the future.

2. The donor pet and the cloned one under pet cell preservation

Is the cloned pet the same as the donor one under pet cell preservation? The donor pet and the cloned one under the pet cell preservation have the same gene sequence, so the traits related to the genes are identical, such as appearance, body structure and innate ability. The natural temperament of the cloned pet is the same as that of the donor one, and it may also change differently due to different growth environments, such as change of owners or  nurturing environments. In addition, the cloned pet doesn't have the memory of the donor one.

Sinogene is a leading pet cloning company and we recognize the unbreakable bond between the pet and owner. However, that bond may be disrupted due to the loss of a dear pet. Sinogene stands for Hope and Commitment and our actions create a positive impact on society.
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