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Growth hormone stimulates hepatic expression of bovine growth hormone receptor mRNA through STAT-activation of a major growth hormone receptor gene promoter.
Its owners do not produce the ingredients of bovine growth hormone.
Everett Koop's warning to food retailers to be honest with consumers about the safety of bovine growth hormones, CA Executive Director Frances Smith and her fellow epistlers urged Starbucks to act responsibly and provide accurate information to its consumers.
A previously unreported DraI polymorphism within the regulatory region of the bovine growth hormone gene and its association with growth traits in Korean Hanwoo cattle.
Recombinant Bovine Growth Hormone (rBGH), for instance, is the focus of increased criticisms, as evidence grows about its cancer-causing potential.
In 1997, the team began work on a story about bovine growth hormone (BGH), a controversial substance manufactured by Monsanto Corporation.
The impetus of the biotech industry, in employing such tools as embedded pesticides to increase crop yields and genetically engineered Bovine Growth Hormone (rBGH) to increase milk production, is to make more profit, not some altruistic desire to deliver nourishment to the hungry.
Akre and Wilson are television journalists who uncovered potential health risks of recombinant bovine growth hormone (rBGH), a genetically modified hormone injected into U.
Despite rising consumer concerns, Starbucks stubbornly refuses to guarantee that the milk, chocolate, ice cream, and baked goods they are selling are free of recombinant Bovine Growth Hormone (rBGH) and other genetically engineered ingredients (including soy derivatives and corn sweeteners).
A trial concerning their report on rBGH, a synthetic bovine growth hormone, began July 17 in the Circuit Court in Tampa, with broadcasting legend Walter Cronkite and public interest advocate Ralph Nader on the journalists' witness list.
404) was intriguing and certainly leads to speculation regarding the addition of bovine growth hormone to our milk supply.
In early 1998, the company pressured a Fox TV affiliate in Tampa to change a story critical of Monsanto's recombinant Bovine Growth Hormone (rBGH).
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