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Genetically Engineered Cats

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Love Cats, But Suffer From Allergies?
ALLERCA Unveils the World's First Scientifically Proven Hypoallergenic
Cats As an Alternative to Current Feline Allergy Treatments

SOURCE: PRNewswire, USA
http://www.redorbit.com/news/health/530718/
love_cats_but_suffer_from_allergies_allerca_unveils_the_worlds/
index.html?source=r_health
DATE: 07 Jun 2006

SAN DIEGO, June 7 /PRNewswire/ -- ALLERCA today unveiled the world's

Go-ahead for 'pharmed' goat drug

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Go-ahead for 'pharmed' goat drug

SOURCE: British Broadcasting Corporation
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/5041298.stm
DATE: 02 Jun 2006

The first medicine produced from a genetically modified animal has been
recommended for use in Europe.

The European Medicines Agency (EMEA) has reversed an earlier decision
not to issue a licence for the drug, ATryn, after taking further expert
advice.

The drug is extracted from the milk of goats engineered to carry a human

Virginia commission approves plans for 3 native oyster farms

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Virginia commission approves plans for 3 native oyster farms

Chesapeake Bay Journal
June 2006

Virginia regulators gave the green light to three major Chesapeake Bay
oyster projects in April that could raise as many as 25 million native
oysters for harvest each year.

In voting unanimously for the private projects, members of the Virginia
Marine Resources Commission said they believe that aquaculture will play a

Virginia regulators give approval to three new oyster farms

Genetically Engineered Animals

Tuesday, May 09, 2006

NEWPORT - Virginia regulators have given the go-ahead to three major
Chesapeake Bay oyster projects that could raise for harvest millions of
native oysters each year.

In voting unanimously for the private projects last month, members of the
Virginia Marine Resources Commission said they believe that aquaculture
will play a vital role in reviving failing oyster stocks in the bay as
well as in aiding an anxious seafood industry.

"It clearly is where we need to go, and where the industry already is

Europe Rejects Genetically Engineered Drug

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Europe Rejects Genetically Engineered Drug

By ANDREW POLLACK
Published: February 24, 2006

European regulators declined yesterday to approve what would have been the first drug produced in the milk of genetically engineered animals, dealing a setback to a fledgling industry that aims to convert cows, goats and rabbits into low-cost pharmaceutical factories.

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