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GE Cow Brings Biotech to New Level of Creepy

Genetically Modified (GM) Cow

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  • New Zealand researchers created a cloned genetically modified (GM) cow, named Daisy, that produces milk without an allergy-causing protein called BLG
  • The genetic modification reduced levels of BLG protein in the milk to undetectable levels, but it more than doubled concentrations of caseins, other milk proteins that are also linked to allergy
  • Daisy was born without a tail, a mysterious defect that researchers believe is most likely related to the cloning process
  • When animals are exposed to foreign DNA or created in a lab using experimental technologies, literally anything can happen, and the long-term consequences of consuming their milk or meat products are completely unknown

By Dr. Mercola

In 1996, Dolly the sheep was born. She was the first mammal to be cloned from an adult cell, a Scottish creation of science “born” to three mothers (one that provided the egg, the other the DNA, and a third that carried the cloned embryo until birth).


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