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Gene Editing in Animals

Gene Editing in Animals is a collection of 15 video presentations on topic.

The collection includes presentations on trends and techniques in the genetic alteration of animals, species specific use covering zebra fish, rodents, swine, Non Human Primates and cattle, regulation and ethical oversight.

These presentations arose from a US Institute for Laboratory Animal Research (ILAR) Round table meeting. Copyright is retained by the US National Academy of Science.

This resource can be used as an introduction for those considering the use of genetically altered animals in their research, as a refresher for more experienced researchers and guidance for members of ethical review bodies.

Other resources in this category:

  • Animals Containing Human Materials - view
  • Efficient Breeding of Genetically Altered Animals - view
  • Europhenome - view
  • GA Passports - view
  • Gene Editing in Animals - view
  • IMPRESS - view
  • Mousebook - view
  • Rat Genome Database - view

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