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CRISPR System Ensures Female-Only Progeny in Mammals

06:00 EDT 9 Jul 2019 | Genetic Engineering News

Paternal and maternal mouse cell lines have been engineered to carry genome-editing components such that in crossed lines, all the components needed to target vital genes are present in male embryos, ensuring their elimination. Alternatively, the components could be distributed to ensure the targeting of female embryos.

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