Gene-editing yet to become a game-changer for aquaculture

Gene editing

Source: Cornell University

Fish genetically edited using CRISPR technology are hitting store shelves, but aquatic foods with edited genomes have some way to go before reaching our plates

Fish genetically edited using CRISPR technology are beginning to hit store shelves. But on a broader scale, aquatic products with edited genomes still have a long way to go before reaching consumers’ plates and the road will be bumpy

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