Scientists Breed Cow That Produces Low-Lactose Milk
For those lactose-intolerant folks, scientists may have found a solution in a genetically-altered cow.
Scientists at a north China university say they have bred the world's first genetically-modified calf that will produce low-lactose milk in two years.
The calf, named "Lakes," was born on April 24 at a lab of Inner Mongolia Agricultural University. She is healthy and strong, lab professor Zhang Li said Monday.