AFTER two years of intense study by researchers with the University of Maryland College of Agriculture & Natural Resources, 18 piglets were recently born as the result of a breakthrough in the field of genetic engineering.
Assistant professor Dr. Bhanu Telugu and faculty research assistant Dr. Ki-Eun Park, both in the department of animal and avian sciences, successfully produced genome-edited pigs using a
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