The Fertility Show, London, 1-3 November 2019
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Transgenic

Describes a living thing that contains genes from another creature. Transgenic animals are bred in the laboratory, by genetically altering a newly fertilised egg.

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CRISPR genome editing eliminates HIV in mice 8 May 2017 News
Gene therapy halts early Alzheimer's disease in mice 17 October 2016 News
Event Review: The Physiological Society's 2014 annual public lecture 7 July 2014 Review
Last man standing: just two Y-chromosome genes needed for reproduction 25 November 2013 News
Book Review: Chimera's Children - Ethical, Philosophical and Religious Perspectives on Human-Nonhuman Experimentation 7 January 2013 Review
Mouse study finds an anti-cancer gene could also prevent obesity 19 March 2012 News
Mouse study offers hope for treating leading genetic cause of infant death 28 November 2011 News
Aligning research legislation: interspecies embryos and animals containing human material 10 October 2011 Comment
Do humans carry a gene for detecting the Earth's magnetism? 27 June 2011 News
Ohio senate bill proposes 'hybrid' ban 7 June 2010 News
Fresh fears over the promise of iPS cells 22 February 2010 News
Can regenerative medicine defeat ageing? 7 August 2009 Comment
Genetically modified mice produce human milk protein 8 June 2009 News
Pig stem cells offer renewed hope of GM organ transplants 7 June 2009 News
Human speech gene gives mice a deeper squeak 1 June 2009 News
Scientists create transgenic glowing monkeys to aid research 1 June 2009 News
Day-glow dogs for genetic research 5 May 2009 News
Stem Cell Research and Society: Lessons from Social Science 18 August 2008 Comment
Genetically altered mouse resistant to cancer 3 December 2007 News
Mouse testes show stem cell promise 27 March 2006 News
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