Panda infants could benefit from milk substitute

09/4/2013 | BBC

University of Glasgow scientists are identifying the proteins and other components of panda colostrum in an effort to develop a feeding formula that can be used when panda cubs are rejected by their mothers. The findings will also help scientists understand lactation in other species.

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