May 12, 1999
Louisiana State University
The world's first cloned transgenic goats have been born as part of a research program conducted by LSU Agricultural Center and Genzyme Transgenic Corp. While much of the research was done at LSU in Baton Rouge, the goats made their appearance last fall at the Genzyme farm in Massachusetts.
By SARAH SUE GOLDSMITH, LSU News Service
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