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DAVID WAHLBERG
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Stem cells get the publicity, but the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation's cash cow continues to be vitamin D.

The bone-enhancing nutrient used in fortified milk and several drugs brings in about two- thirds of the money at WARF, UW-Madison's tech transfer arm.

MRI scans and a "good fat" used in animal feed also rank high on the moneymaker list. Stem cells come in eighth, bringing in less than 1 percent of the revenue.

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