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Precision genome engineering in animals and agriculture

Precision genome engineering is an emerging and rapidly growing field that seeks to enable efficient and directed modification of animal and plant genomes. Recent developments in this field have enabled significant advances in the capability of researchers to modify gene sequences of interest in a wide variety of cell types and model organisms. This conference will bring together leading scientists and industry that are involved in developing tools for precision genome engineering and using those tools in a wide range of organisms including animals, plants and insects.

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