Turning Bossie Into A Living Drug FactoryGreg Burns
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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