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Grabbing the Bull by the Horns – Or Not So, in This Case

News   Oct 08, 2019 | By Molly Campbell, Science Writer, Technology Networks

 
Grabbing the Bull by the Horns – Or Not So, in This Case

A horned bull from a control group is flanked by two hornless offspring of a genome-edited bull. Credit: Alison Van Eenennaam.

 
 
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