50 Hous. L. Rev. 991 (2012-2013)
In Vitro Meat: Space Travel, Cannibalism, and Federal Regulation

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IN VITRO MEAT: SPACE TRAVEL,
CANNIBALISM, AND FEDERAL REGULATION*
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.  INTRODUCTION.............................992
II. IN VITRO MEAT PRODUCTION SYSTEMS        ..................997
A. A History of In Vitro Meat...      ..................997
B. Scaffold-Based In Vitro Production Methods...............999
1. Which Type of Cells Should Be Used in In Vitro
Meat Production?    ........................999
2.  Which Type of Scaffold?..    ................1002
C. Self-Organizing In Vitro Meat Production ....  ....1003
D. Benefits of an In Vitro Meat Production System ........1004
III. REGULATORY FRAMEWORK FOR GE CROPS
AND ANIMALS          ........................................1005
A. Doctrine of Substantial Equivalence .................1006
1. Labeling for Substantially Equivalent
GE Foods       ........................ .....1007
2.  Treatment of Clones  .............    .........1008
B. Food, Drug, and Cosmetics Act (FDCA) .....     .....1008
1. FDCA and Generally Recognized as Safe Food... 1009
2. FDCA Applied to GE Crops        ................1009
C. New Animal Drug Application (NADA)
Requirements..............................1010
D. Wholesome Meat Act (Federal Meat Inspection Act) ...1011
E. Legal Issues for GE Food    .....................1012
* This Comment won the 2012 Shook, Hardy, Bacon Award for Best Paper in the
Area of Health Law. I would like to thank my parents, Beth & Michael Schneider, for
their encouragement and support. This Comment is dedicated to Sumner & Roz Bernstein
and Abraham & Isabelle Schneider.

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