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May 31, 2006

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Super Trout: University of Missouri researchers pump up fish with creatine

Noting that there would probably be a market among fishermen for harder-fighting fish, researchers at the University of Missouri are, as this Kansas City Star article puts it, “building fish that are lean, mean fighting machines--thanks to a little boost from creatine,” the same performance-enhancing supplement once used by Mark McGwire. It may be a while, though, before your local stream get a shot of super trout, as the federal government so far does not approve creatine in fish that are to be consumed by humans.
http://www.kansascity.com/mld/kansascity/sports/14695407.htm

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