Genome edited sheep and cattle

@inproceedings{Proudfoot2014GenomeES,
  title={Genome edited sheep and cattle},
  author={Chris Proudfoot and Daniel F. Carlson and Rachel Huddart and Charles R. Long and Jane H. Pryor and Tim King and Simon G Lillico and Alan J. Mileham and David G. McLaren and Christopher Bruce Alexander Whitelaw and Scott C. Fahrenkrug},
  booktitle={Transgenic Research},
  year={2014}
}
Genome editing tools enable efficient and accurate genome manipulation. An enhanced ability to modify the genomes of livestock species could be utilized to improve disease resistance, productivity or breeding capability as well as the generation of new biomedical models. To date, with respect to the direct injection of genome editor mRNA into livestock zygotes, this technology has been limited to the generation of pigs with edited genomes. To capture the far-reaching applications of gene… CONTINUE READING

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