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Identification of Sp1 as the transcription factor for the alternative promoter P2 of the bovine growth hormone receptor gene.
Polyclonal antibodies (pAB) specific for bovine growth hormone (bGH) can be used to detect the different preparation of the growth hormones.
Work collaboratively with other nursing organizations and hospital and healthcare organizations to eliminate purchasing milk and dairy products for use in the healthcare industry that contain artificial hormones such as recombinant bovine growth hormone (rBGH) and any other food containing inappropriate additives; and
Consumer preference is driving those dairies away from recombinant bovine growth hormone, known as rBGH or rBST, made by Monsanto Co.
In addition, organic cows are not given prophylactic antibiotics, and are bovine growth hormone (rBGH)-free.
When Tillamook County Creamery Association voted in 2004 to ban use of synthetic bovine growth hormone (rBGH) by its producer-members, it triggered a conflict within its membership and with Monsanto Corp.
From testosterone and tetracycline to zeranol and genetically engineered bovine growth hormone, enough chemicals circulate in our animal products to stock a medicine cabinet.
In 1997 Wilson and Akre began preparing a piece on a controversial Monsanto milk additive called recombinant bovine growth hormone, or rBGH, which had been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 1993.
He also describes his concerns about hidden carcinogens in food, such as the presence of Bovine Growth Hormone in milk, the pro-industry bias he has detected in the journal Science, the possibilities for fraught in industry-derived safety studies, and industrial risks of colorectal cancer.
There is one unexplored reason for the weight gain among children--the introduction of bovine growth hormone into the nation's milk supply.
In a petition filed in January, Jane Akre and Steve Wilson claim that WTVT in Tampa caved in to pressure from Creve Coeur-based Monsanto and ordered them to put demonstrably false information into an investigative series about the artificial bovine growth hormone (BGH).
Included in these entries are whit might be considered "success stories," with the Canadian grassroots mobilization to keep genetically engineered recombinant bovine growth hormone (rBGH) from government approval worth a special read.
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