Confirming the safety of genetically edited allergen-free eggs
By The Poultry SiteNews Health
Researchers have created a genetically edited allergen-free chicken egg.
Researchers have developed a chicken egg that may be safe for people with egg white allergies.
Chicken egg allergies are one of the most common allergies in children.
Using genome editing technology, researchers have produced an egg without the protein that causes egg white allergies.
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