Bret McNabb

Title(s)Assistant Professor, SCHOOL OF VETERINARY MEDICINE
SchoolUniversity of California, Davis
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    1. Young AE, Mansour TA, McNabb BR, Owen JR, Trott JF, Brown CT, Van Eenennaam AL. Genomic and phenotypic analyses of six offspring of a genome-edited hornless bull. Nat Biotechnol. 2019 Oct 07. PMID: 31591551.
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    2. Cabrera C, Maier GU, Cuneo M, McNabb BR. The use of progesterone intravaginal devices is superior to use of the ram effect at hastening the reproductive performance in transitional Targhee ewes. Theriogenology. 2019 Apr 01; 128:17-22. PMID: 30716689.
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    3. Vilarino M, Suchy FP, Rashid ST, Lindsay H, Reyes J, McNabb BR, van der Meulen T, Huising MO, Nakauchi H, Ross PJ. Mosaicism diminishes the value of pre-implantation embryo biopsies for detecting CRISPR/Cas9 induced mutations in sheep. Transgenic Res. 2018 12; 27(6):525-537. PMID: 30284144.
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    4. Vilarino M, Rashid ST, Suchy FP, McNabb BR, van der Meulen T, Fine EJ, Ahsan S, Mursaliyev N, Sebastiano V, Diab SS, Huising MO, Nakauchi H, Ross PJ. CRISPR/Cas9 microinjection in oocytes disables pancreas development in sheep. Sci Rep. 2017 12 12; 7(1):17472. PMID: 29234093.
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    5. Wu J, Vilarino M, Suzuki K, Okamura D, Bogliotti YS, Park I, Rowe J, McNabb B, Ross PJ, Belmonte JCI. CRISPR-Cas9 mediated one-step disabling of pancreatogenesis in pigs. Sci Rep. 2017 09 05; 7(1):10487. PMID: 28874671.
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    6. Catalina Cabrera L, McNabb BR, Woods SE, Cartoceti AN, Busch RC. Hydrops associated with chondrodysplasia of the fetus in a miniature Scottish Highland cow. J Am Vet Med Assoc. 2016 Mar 01; 248(5):552-6. PMID: 26885599.
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