BSE-resistant cattle 5 to 10 years away

Buss, Jessica
November 2002
Farmers Weekly;11/8/2002, Vol. 137 Issue 19, p38
Trade Publication
Announces that research which could lead to the development of a bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE)-resistant cattle could be completed by 2007-2012 according to Cesare Galli, head of CIZ, the research and genetics arm of the Italian Breeders Association. Mechanism underlying BSE development in animals; Key to the research project.


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