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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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    High “Steaks”, High Rewards for Genome Beef Project

    Who's your daddy? Genome researchers are finding answers for the beef cattle industry

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    Dairy Genome Research Seeks Success with Sequencing

    Sequencing is expensive, but the results could be priceless.

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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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    GMOs are not just for food anymore

    While current public debate centers on GMOs for dinner, the conversation may soon turn to GMO fashions. Cashmere goat herders in China are eyeing genetic engineering to keep those luxury sweaters on store shelves and to green the process too.

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    Research Meets Reality for Genome Alberta Dairy Project

    Researchers are often considered (unfairly) to be out of touch with the real world, but are they? When theory meets reality, the truth comes to light.

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    Genome Alberta Research Takes a Long Look at Deep Questions

    Research that seeks cutting edge answers can also prompt some pointed questions.

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    Boosting Disease Resilience in Pigs Takes Guts

    They say it takes guts to get what you want, and Genome Alberta researchers are proving it.

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