EU clears drug made from milk of biotech goats

09/16/2006 | Times (London) (subscription required), The

European regulators have approved the anti-clotting drug ATryn for use in humans as the first medicine derived from biotech animal milk. GTC Biotherapeutics of the U.S. developed the drug for marketing by mid-2007, based on placing human genes into the DNA of goat milk, for treating people with the rare hereditary antithrombin deficiency.

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