Dutch sanction human gene experiments in cows

Blankesteijn, Herbert
June 1991
New Scientist;6/15/91, Vol. 130 Issue 1773, p17
States that, despite early assurances that the government would ban such experiments, the Dutch government has approved experiments which will introduce synthetic human DNA into cows. Announcement of agriculture minister Piet Bukman regarding legislation to regulate this type of research; Gene Pharming and its search for ways to prevent cows contracting mastitis; Lactoferrin; Economic contribution for research from the Dutch ministry of economic affairs.


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