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Making more out of milk: a challenge to the biotechnologist

Proceedings of the Nutrition Society of Australia 19: 80-87
Making more out of milk: a challenge to the biotechnologist
This article reviews current knowledge on regulation (i.e through diet), autoregulation and the introduction of foreign genes into the bovine genome in order to manipulate milk composition.

Accession: 002889240

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