Pharming to Commercialize Bloob Clotting Proteins From Milk

August 1999
Worldwide Biotech;Aug99, Vol. 11 Issue 8, p7
Trade Publication
Reveals the plans of Pharming Healthcare Inc. to construct a farm and milk processing facility in Virginia for the development and commercialization of therapeutic blood clotting proteins derived from the milk of transgenic cattle. Condition under a January 1998 agreement with the American Red Cross Biomedical Services; Companies that assisted Pharming with its decision; Grant approved by Virginia Governor James Gilmore.


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