Gene Editing: do not Forget About Animal Agriculture

Authors: Yanina Petracca, Alison L. Van Eenennaam, Martin Alfredo Lema

In vivo gene editing techniques have attracted great interest, not only in the scientific community, but also among regulatory agencies worldwide. Within the agricultural sector, gene-edited organisms pose an opportunity to help with broad challenges such as climate change, disease and pest pressure and increasing demands for agri food products . Nevertheless, there are ongoing debates on how to handle such challenges at the regulatory level that need to be solved as a sine qua non condition for these organisms to have a chance of becoming commercially available. You can submit your Manuscripts at: 

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