Bengali Hunt Desk:A son of Bengal has made a fuss in the entire scientific community. Biman Mandal, a professor in the Department of Biosciences and Bioengineering at IIT Guwahati, has discovered a way to produce meat without killing animals.
How will that be possible? Behind it is tissue engineering. Using this technology, the bones, skin and cornea of the human body are made in the laboratory and transplanted in the body of the recipient for some time.
This time the meat will be made in the laboratory with the help of this tissue engineering. This eliminates the need to kill countless animals to meet the global demand for meat.
1-Use of water involved in meat production will decrease
2- The use of food grains will also decrease.
3- Reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
How to make?
The flesh that will be produced,
1- Muscle progenitor cell will be removed from his body.
2 – Then gradually fat, cartilage cells will be added to it.
3- With the help of bioreactor, the meat equal to one hundred animals will be made from one animal.
What can be done extra -? –
1-If you want, you can increase the nutritional value of that meat.
2- It is possible to increase or decrease fat as desired.
3 – The test can be run with the taste of meat.
The meat will be produced in accordance with the rules of the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India. There will be no chemical or drug infestation inside the meat. The only problem is that it may not be possible to cover the bones in this laboratory-produced meat.
The study has already met with success. The patent application was also filed by Laketown Sribhumi-based Biman Mandal. That application has also been accepted. The claim is that the 'real' meat made in the laboratory will come to the market soon after all goes well.