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The Potential of Gene Editing to Revolutionize Agriculture

News   Feb 20, 2017 | Original story from University of California Davis

 
The Potential of Gene Editing to Revolutionize Agriculture

Thanks to gene editing, this calf pictured with Van Eenennaam will not grow horns and will not have to go through the dehorning process. (Karin Higgins/UC Davis)

 
 
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