Regulate genome-edited products, not genome editing itself

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D.C. and J.F.T. are on the Scientific Advisory Board of Recombinetics, Inc., which has undertaken the molecular introgression of the Pc allele described here. A.L.V.E. is a co-Project Director on a USDA grant (2015-67015-23316 “Improvement of dairy cattle well-being by genetic dehorning”) to achieve this goal. D.F.V. is a founder of Calyxt, which applies genome editing to plants. J.S. declares no competing interests.

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Carroll, D., Van Eenennaam, A., Taylor, J. et al. Regulate genome-edited products, not genome editing itself. Nat Biotechnol 34, 477–479 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1038/nbt.3566

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