Scientists develop genetically modified cows that produce low-lactose milk

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Scientists have unveiled a genetically modified cow whose milk they claim is healthier, triggering fresh alarm over the growth of ‘Frankenstein foods’. The cow, whose embryo was manipulated to include genes from bacteria, produces milk containing healthy omega-3 fats commonly found in fish and which are thought to be good for arteries and heart. The Chinese scientists say the creation of the GM cow could have huge health benefits for humans.

View the original article here: A GM breakthrough that can be tolerated: Scientists develop genetically modified cows that produce low-lactose milk – Daily Mail

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