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Genetically engineered animals are in the spotlight yet again as the US government approved a transgenic drug producing chicken. In 2009, FDA has approved genetically modified goats that produce an anticoagulant called ATryn (antithrombin) in their milk. Last year, FDA authorized a drug for treating hereditary angioedema that is produced by transgenic rabbits. Last month, it has approved the genetically engineered AquAdvantage salmon.
Now, the latest in line is a genetically engineered chicken to produce a drug in its eggs. The drug, Kanuma joins a small group of ‘farmaceuticals’ on the US market.
Read more: Biotecnika magazine | January 2015
Shekhar Suman is a Serial Entrepreneur and the Co-Founder of Biotecnika. Magazine is a way he wants to recraft the way industry opines and expresses its views. With years of experience under his belt, he captains the ship with prudence and perfection. He is the chief-editor of Biotecnika Magazine and a big inspiration to the bio-community.
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