Genetically Modified Cow Produces “Low Allergy” Milk

Daniel 12:4  NLT “But you, Daniel, keep this prophecy a secret; seal up the book until the time of the end, when many will rush here and there, and knowledge will increase."

A genetically modified cow is producing milk that is believed to cause less allergic reactions in infants. Up to 3% of infants are believed to be allergic to cow milk until they reach one year old.

Some scientists are calling it a “milestone.”

The scientists used a process called “RNA interference” to block the portion of the cow’s DNA that produces beta-lactoglobulin. Beta-lactoglobulin is not found in mother’s milk. The report in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences states all milk samples from the calf were devoid of any detectable beta-lactoglobulin.

However, there is a glaring side effect in the calf connected to the RNA interference process: it has no tail.

Researchers are dismissing the lack of a tail as minor because if there was any danger to the animal it would have died.


3 thoughts on “Genetically Modified Cow Produces “Low Allergy” Milk

  1. My guess is that they won’t know the full effects of this GMO cow’s milk for many years to come…. at which time it will be too late for those who are negatively effected.

    Even so, come Lord.

  2. But how is the poor cow without a tail going to swish away the pestering flies and other critters that land on her body??? Oh my, “animal cruelity”? Please leave nature alone in this case.

  3. Why why why don’t we have better things to study you give a infant milk when.?what a wast of time there are all kinds of other milk that are better for you to began with but now we have to genetically modify cow

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