How to Know if You’re a Genetically Modified Animal
Genetic testing has been widely used to determine whether or not an animal is genetically modified.
But if you or anyone you know is genetically engineered, you might be at risk for a genetic condition.
The genetic makeup of the animals you’ve been genetically modified to carry has changed in recent years.
The most common genetic mutations seen in the affected animals include an extra chromosome or two in the genome, and abnormal growth of certain genes in the developing embryo.
Scientists have also found that certain animals, including humans, can be genetically modified at birth to produce certain traits.
The new research suggests that people can be exposed to a certain amount of genetic modification without necessarily being diagnosed with a genetic disease.
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