About Sinogene Biotechnology

Sinogene Biotechnology was founded in 2012 in Beijing, China. The company successfully commercially cloned its first dog named Longlong in 2017, and in 2019 they cloned its first cat named Garlic. Sinogene also provides services of horse cloning and cell preservation. Among the employees of the company there are renowned scientists, doctors, and veterinarians.

You will need to pay $ 53,550 to clone a dog and $ 35,400 to clone a cat according to prices in mid-2020. The company is also the only organization that uses genome editing in the cloning process. Currently the company has successfully cloned hundreds of dogs.

In general, commercial pet cloning has been offered to customers since the 2000s. Today there are several companies in the world providing commercial animal cloning services located in China, the USA and South Korea. Thousands of pets have already been cloned around the world. At the moment, companies use somatic cells found in the skin for commercial cloning. The important thing is that if you want to become a client of Sinogene Biotechnology you can store the collected samples in liquid nitrogen at -196 ° C and use them later at any time in the future.

Also, when using modern cloning technologies, there is no transfer of age-related and acquired diseases from the donor animal to the cloned one. Genetic diseases can also be edited by Sinogene.

On July 10, 2020, a partnership agreement on cooperation was officially signed between the cryonics company KrioRus and the Chinese pet cloning company Sinogene.

The advantages of Sinogene for Russian clients are the company's willingness to work with frozen biomaterial, faster and easier transportation than to other countries where other companies providing similar services are located and the absence of a queue to get the services.

At the beginning of 2020, Sinogene Biotechnology and KrioRus jointly conducted experiments on the cultivation of the cell medium from frozen biomaterial and achieved successful results.

Important: the company's scientists agree with KrioRus that it makes sense to preserve biosamples of dead animals, which cannot be cloned now, but which can be cloned in the future, when cloning technologies become more advanced, in liquid nitrogen.

You can subscribe to the company's Youtube channel to meet some of its patients. Below is a video of the cloned cat Garlick.