Posted November 14, 2018 06:10:58One of the most talked about stories of the 2016 election was the arrival of a unicorn in the United States.
A horse, or “coyote,” was brought into the country as part of a partnership between the US government and the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
While the horse may not be a new animal, it is the first one that the U,S.
government has brought in for the purpose of using for research.
The first unicorn, a three-year-old bull named “Fido,” was sent from California to the US as part to participate in an experiment involving a type of gene therapy that can help treat the rare genetic disorder called Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
The unicorn is a gift from President Donald Trump, who took the reins of the United State’s Department of Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) and its Office of Science and Technology Policy in early January.
The US Department of Health and Human Services has also been working with the US Department for the last year to use the unicorn as part the Human Genome Project.
The Trump administration has been using the unicorn to study the genetic differences between the horses, which could provide a better understanding of the disease.
A photo of Fido and the president, taken at the White House in March, shows the two sitting side by side, with the horse sitting behind the president.
“We know that there are genetic differences that are associated with genetic disease, but we don’t know what the underlying cause is,” said Rachel O’Neill, director of the Animal Genetics Research Institute at the University of Utah, which works with the USDA on the research.
“It’s a really exciting discovery to be able to use a horse to study these diseases, and to do it in a way that we can actually replicate it.”
The project has received considerable interest from veterinarians across the country who are looking for ways to help the horses recover from the disease and to help with the research and treatments.
Dr. Thomas O’Leary, the director of Animal Genetics at the Johns Hopkins University’s School of Veterinary Medicine, said he believes the project could help to improve the health of horses.
“The potential benefits are huge,” he said.
“Because the horse is a species that can be trained to become very well cared for, there is potential that we will be able see some really significant benefits that we’ve never seen before.”
The U.N. says the number of horses brought into this country has more than doubled in the last two years, from 7,000 in 2014 to 17,000 today.
The vast majority of them were brought in from Europe.
The government has taken the lead in harnessing the horses and is now training them to work in areas such as the United Kingdom and Canada.
The USDA has already provided the horse with the equipment and training it needs to carry out the experiments.
The project also received a $3 million grant from the U and B governments to conduct the experiments and to recruit horses from the US and Europe.
But the project has also received an additional $5 million in funding from the NIH.
The U of S has also provided the horses with the necessary medical equipment.
It is currently trying to identify a new way to transport the horses so they can be more easily transported between the labs and the field in the future.
“What we’re looking for is a way to use them in the field,” said O’Reilly.