Fish Grown From Cells Makes Headway in US
Wild fish, farmed fish, genetically modified Frankenfish –get ready for seafood grown directly from cells. But there is no head, tail, no bones or blood. National Public Radio calls it fish “without the swimming and breathing part. It's seafood without the sea.”
In fact, it is sheets of whole fish fillets grown from a needle biopsy's worth of muscle cells from a single fish.
The cells are cultivated and fed a blend of liquid vitamins, amino acids and sugars. The resulting fillets can be sold fresh or frozen or made into various...
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