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CRISPR bacon: Gene editing could help supply high-quality pork and eliminate pig castration

Treena Hein | 
It was in June 2019 that the birth of a specific batch of gene-edited piglets was announced to the world ...
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Pigs could accelerate coronavirus vaccine development

The Pirbright Institute is joining in the global battle to help control COVID-19 by using its unique expertise and facilities ...
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Bringing home the bacon: Will consumers eat gene-edited pigs?

Cheryl Day | 
Genetic selection through precise breeding programs U.S. pig farmers with assistance from genetic companies have drastically increased the number of ...
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