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Gut microbes may offer performance boost for elite athletes

Science News | 
One difference between elite athletes and the rest of us might be in what hangs out in their guts. Microbes ...
Calyxt gene-edited soybean oil debuts in Midwestern US restaurants

Calyxt gene-edited soybean oil debuts in Midwestern US restaurants

The Scientist | 
At the end of [February 2019], Calyxt, an agriculture-focused company based in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota, announced its first sale of ...
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First gene-editing experiments on adults suffering from rare metabolic disorders offer promising early results

The Scientist | 
In late 2017, scientists first began attempting to edit the genes of adults to treat rare genetic disorders. Preliminary results ...
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