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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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    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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    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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    Pig Researchers Hope for Macro Results with Microbiomes

    As Yoda proved in Star Wars, sometimes the smallest things are the biggest source of knowledge and insight. The same can be said for the latest project by Genome Alberta that aims to improve disease resilience in pigs where work at the microscopic level could lead to some “out of this world” results.

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