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Animal GMO and gene-editing regulations are outdated, hindering innovation. Here’s what experts say needs to change

Animal GMO and gene-editing regulations are outdated, hindering innovation. Here’s what experts say needs to change

Drovers | 
In order for gene editing in agricultural animals to “unleash enormous gains in productivity,” a remodeling of the federal landscape ...
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Viewpoint: FDA creating mess in its mishandling of animal gene editing regulations: Leave oversight to the USDA

AgWeb | 
Gene editing, under FDA regulation, faces an impractical, lengthy and expensive approval process, said National Pork Producers Council (NPPC) president, ...
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