Scientists use CRISPR technology to insert sex-determining gene

A. Quinton,  Phys Org,  2020.

Scientists at the University of California, Davis, have successfully produced a bull calf, named Cosmo, who was genome-edited as an embryo so that he’ll produce more male offspring. The research was presented in a poster on July 23 at the American Society of Animal Science meeting.



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