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  • Gene patents could threaten cattle producers

    Genetic ownership could come under serious question if companies can patent naturally occurring DNA segments in cattle. And that has already happened in Australia.

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    Finding their Whey: Dairy Researchers Gain Scottish Support

    Even if you hate plaid, you'll love how the Scots are helping our dairy farmers boost their bottom line.

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    Pig Genome Project Gets “Test”y

    Testing! Testing! Pigs, pathogens & protocols

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    Genome Alberta 2016 Recap: Smart Solutions & New Resolutions

    As 2016 draws to a close, pig and cattle researchers with Genome Alberta have big plans for the New Year.

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    For Genomic Researchers, Success is in the Blood

    Researchers are pumped about the power of blood analysis in genome research

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    Bottom Line Top of Mind in Genome Research

    What's the benefit of cattle genome research to the end user? Glad you asked...

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    Old McDonald’s Gene-edited Farm

    It’s been called “a game changer”, “the technology of the future”, and “revolutionary”. It’s also the subject of a massive and bitter patent dispute that grabbed headlines again this week. Whatever the outcome of the court battle over ownership of CRISPR-Cas9 genome-editing technology, in just under five years it has already changed impossible to possible.

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    National Pork Board Releases Statement on Discovery of Antibiotic-Resistant Gene in hogs

    Researchers at Ohio State University discover an antibiotic-resistant gene in hogs - but no threat to food safety.

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