Genetically modified cow

Genetically modified cow

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Credit: SCOTT BAUER/US DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Genetically modified cow. This cow (Bos taurus) is called Annie. Born on 3 March 2000, Annie is the first of a new breed of dairy cow that has been genetically engineered to resist mastitis, a bacterial disease of the udder. This research was carried out by the US Department of Agriculture and the University of Vermont, USA.

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