Discussion of all aspects of biological molecules, biochemical processes and laboratory procedures in the field.
Do you think the use of biotechnology to manufacture pharmaceutical products (PMPS) in crops is on the rise?
Any insight to why this technology is up and coming or why it is not is greatly appreciated!
Thanks! And have a good one!
It's considered "unnatural" by many. Simple answer is that it's new and people are afraid of new things.
Haha. I usually give people the information on what is safe and what is not. If they choose not to listen to me.....well, we have a saying in America. It sucks to be them.
I've found it a bad idea to try and shove knowledge down someone's throat.
Yeah, people constantly ask me what I thing of as being "safe foods" and I usually get yelled at for telling them something is bad.
"Take four red capsules, in ten minutes take two more. Help is on the way."
----- Voice from the Medicine Cabinet
I think there's a slight difference from the original post. She's referring to plants/animals being used to create drugs not eating these animals. I think these would be kept apart from the normal farm produce(you wouldn't sell insulin fortified milk for 2bucks a gallon right?). So there's no danger of biopharmed animals invading the market.
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