July 14, 2019

Animal Frontiers New Online

A new issue of Animal Frontiers is out! Take a look at the featured articles below. 

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-Farm animals are important biomedical models Debora L. Hamernik 
- Genome editing for disease resistance in pigs and chickens Chris Proudfoot, Simon Lillico, and Christine Tait-Burkard 
- Genetically modified pigs as donors of cells, tissues, and organs for xenotransplantation Eckhard Wolf, Elisabeth Kemter, Nikolai Klymiuk, and Bruno Reichart  
- Farm animals for studying muscle development and metabolism: dual purposes for animal production and human health Liang Zhao, Yan Huang, and Min Du 
- Livestock animals to study infertility in women Mohamed A. Abedal-Majed and Andrea S. Cupp
- Real supermodels wear wool: summarizing the impact of the pregnant sheep as an animal model for adaptive fetal programming Kristin A. Beede, Sean W. Limesand, Jessica L. Petersen, and Dustin T. Yates- Adaptation strategies: ruminants John B. Gaughan, Veerasamy Sejian, Terry L. Mader, and Frank R. Dunshea 
-The development of brain magnetic resonance approaches in large animal models for preclinical research Arsène Ella, David A. Barrière, Hans Adriaensen, David N. Palmer, Tracy R. Melzer, Nadia L. Mitchell, and Matthieu Keller
- A swine model of soy protein–induced food allergenicity: implications in human and swine nutrition John Scott Radcliffe, Luiz F. Brito, Lavanya Reddivari, Monica Schmidt, Eliot M. Herman, and Allan P. Schinckel 
- Considerations in selecting postoperative analgesia for pregnant sheep following fetal instrumentation surgery Tamara J. Varcoe, Jack R.T. Darby, Kathryn L. Gatford, Stacey L. Holman, Pearl Cheung, Mary J. Berry, Michael D. Wiese, and Janna L. Morrison
-The use of zebrafish (Danio rerio) as biomedical models Tsegay Teame, Zhen Zhang, Chao Ran, Hongling Zhang, Yalin Yang, Qianwen Ding, Minxu Xie, Chenchen Gao, Yongan Ye, Ming Duan, and Zhigang Zhou