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Scientists at the Washington State University (WSU) have successfully created viable surrogate sires that can produce sperm carrying only the genetic traits of donor animals for the first time, which has a potential to transform selective animal breeding by improving desirable characteristics in...

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16 September 2020
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A study from Linköping University describes a possible process by which the junglefowl have become domesticated chicken and how domestication may have changed animals.

Date
27 August 2020
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Novel strategy may potentially prevent PRRSV infection in pigs

Date
26 August 2020
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An international research study has estimated that drug-resistant parasitic worms cost the European livestock industry more than €38 million per year in production losses and veterinary costs

Date
11 August 2020
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Scientists at the University of California, Davis, have successfully produced a bull calf, named Cosmo, who was genome-edited as an embryo so that he will produce more male offspring.

Date
30 July 2020
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New co-product has greater energy and protein digestibility than conventional DDGS

Date
29 July 2020
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Relative concentrations of proteins, genetic variants, post translational modifications all contribute to NC milk

Date
22 July 2020
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The 33rd World Cheese Awards will not take place in Spain this year as planned, amid ongoing concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. The competition is now set to take place from 3 to 6 November 2021 at Oviedo’s Palacio de Exposiciones y Congresos, a year later than planned, as part of...

Date
22 July 2020
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The sustained spread of African swine fever poses a threat to food security, economic and rural development

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21 July 2020
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DNA droplets were constructed which exhibit dynamic functions such as fusion, fission, Janus-shape formation, and protein capture. This technique could be applicable to a wide variety of biomaterials, opening doors to many promising applications in biomaterials design, drug delivery, and artificial...

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16 July 2020