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1,000 Bull Genomes Project publishes phase one results

An international team of researchers has published the results of whole-genome sequences from 234 cattle. The 1,000 Bull Genomes Project has looked at four breeds so far (Angus, Holstein, Fleckvieh, and Jersey) and found more than 28 million gene variants. They hope to use the information gathered to develop breeding programmes to improve the efficiency of beef and milk production. ...
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Humanised cows milk from GM cows a step nearer

Professor Ning Li from the Chinese Agricultural University (and one of our collaborators in the SABRE EU Project ) has, according to this article in the Sunday Telegraph, produced over 300 GM dairy cows. The aim of the research seems to be to have cows that produce a more suitable milk for human infants (or humanised cows milk). The most recent cows are 17 clones transgenic for human...
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