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Prospects for using transgenetic organisms






Biotekhnologiya (3): 358-360

Prospects for using transgenetic organisms

The studies of transgenetic manipulations in cattle are reported. The goals stated for such manipulations are the production of biologically active substances and improvement of livestock characteristics.


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