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CRISPR Bacon: Chinese Scientists Create GM Pigs With Reduced Body Fat

News   Oct 25, 2017 | Original story from Institute of Zoology at the Chinese Academy of Sciences

 
CRISPR Bacon: Chinese Scientists Create GM Pigs With Reduced Body Fat

Infrared pictures of 6-month-old pigs taken at zero, two, and four hours after cold exposure show that the pigs' thermoregulation was improved after insertion of the new gene. The modified pigs are on the right side of the images. Zheng et al. / PNAS

 
 
 

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