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Genome Engineering: Center Positions Minnesota as North Star of Genome Engineering
At University of Minnesota, the CGE’s Research Expands from ‘Sleeping Beauty’ Transposon System
- In the 1980s, Minnesota’s then-Governor Rudy Perpich asked scientists at the University of Minnesota (UMN) if they could help the state’s fishing industry. When news of the request reached UMN geneticist Perry B. Hackett, Ph.D., he suggested that fish could be re-engineered to grow faster and larger. Soon, Dr. ...
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