Video: How do you breed CRISPR cows? A crash course on animal gene editing

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Cosmo, the gene-edited bull. Credit: UC Davis
Cosmo, the gene-edited bull. Credit: UC Davis

How do you breed gene-edited animals? This 30-minute video from the University of California, Davis details the making of a CRISPR calf named Cosmo, following the scientific journey of PhD student Joseph Owen as he goes from laboratory concept to the eventual birth of a calf in 2020.

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