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CRISPR Phase II

This project was the first stage of an on-going investigation into the use of the genetic modification technology CRISPR for editing the blowfly genome. A key outcome from this work is the ability to analyse critical blowfly genes that can be targeted in the search for new blowfly control options.

Project date

15 Jan 2018-30 Jun 2019

Principal investigator

Dr Trent Perry

Research organisations

Project funded by

Multiple industries
Sheep & lamb Wool

Australian Wool Innovation (AWI)

Australian Wool Innovation is a not-for-profit enterprise that conducts research, development and marketing along the worldwide supply chain for Australian …
  • Location

    Australia

  • Organisation type

    Research funding body

Focus areas

Industries

Sustainabilities

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