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British ‘Pig 26’ in drive to create disease-resistant GM animals

15.04.2013 19:16

Scientists at the Roslin Institute, the birthplace of Dolly the cloned sheep, have announced a milestone in a project to produce animals resistant to infections - they created the first genetically modified pig using a new technique of "gene editing".

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Anonymous user 18.06.2013 22:33

The US will find a way to make it a weapon & the FDA rubber stamp has made drastic mistakes before.

Anonymous user 14.06.2013 23:56

Stop messing with the food!!!!!!!

Anonymous user 14.06.2013 00:52

darker skin is original of humans

Anonymous user 25.04.2013 08:00

Sounds great, when can they apply this to humans ? I would like my kids to be blond/blue eyed too..


Bruce Geiger 22.04.2013 22:43

Do not worry,
Things will be better in the future,
You will not be here.

Anonymous user 22.04.2013 22:41

Do not worry, things will be different in the future.

You will not be here

Anonymous user 17.04.2013 07:45

Give an example of betterment from 1950 & I will show you the damaging consequences of it today

Anonymous user 17.04.2013 07:06

Only such gamble is left for the poms -and than we get things like BSE-thanks for all this junk.


Dave De Have 17.04.2013 05:10

Some old sacred sites here(Germany) contaminated as Christianity came in .... old sacred spring here had pig stalls built over .... and la plata cornflakes onsale in lidl ... under the radar ...

Anonymous user 17.04.2013 04:01

I will shoot this thing the instant I see it, bang, get out of here YOU FREAK!!

Anonymous user 17.04.2013 03:35

A full belly today and cancer tomorrow.

Anonymous user 17.04.2013 01:35

Japanese did this to a soybean plant and killed quite a few people. Always unintended consequences.

Anonymous user 16.04.2013 15:07

Can this pig carry diseases without getting sick??

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