Scientists create disease-resistant pig born using new genetic engineering
Independent.ie, Tuesday 16 April 2013

The laboratory which created Dolly the sheep has produced a disease-resistant piglet using a new technique which is simpler than cloning and could bring GM meat a step closer. The piglet, known only as "Pig 26", was the first animal to be created via "gene editing" when it was born four months ago at Edinburgh's Roslin Institute.

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