Genome editing may lead to more male beef calves

Issue Date: August 5, 2020

In research that could help ranchers produce the same amount of beef with fewer cattle, University of California scientists announced they have successfully produced a bull calf that was genome-edited as an embryo to produce more male offspring.

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