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THANKS TO GENETIC engineering, scientists can direct cells to produce all kinds of proteins that have therapeutic or nutritional value. But cranking them out in large volumes is a challenge. Robert D. Bremel, dairy science professor at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, says a good solution can be found in the barnyard. "Cows are the answer," he declares.

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