NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – AgResearch, a research institute funded by the government of New Zealand, said today that it will work with the University of Otago on livestock and human studies at a new Centre for Reproduction and Genomics, which will be situated at AgResearch’s Invermay campus near Dunedin.
The CRG, which will be located in a new building, will focus on using genomics to study livestock and human reproduction, health, disease, and mammalian reproductive control, AgResearch said.

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