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Genetically modified foods and allergy.
Lee TH, et al. Hong Kong Med J 2017 - Review. PMID 28473652 Free article.
Foods derived from genetically modified plants are widely consumed in many countries and genetically modified soybean protein is extensively used in processed foods throughout the industrialised countries. Genetically modified food technology offers a possible solution to meet current and future challenges in food and medicine. Yet there is a strong undercurrent of anxiety that genetically modified foods are unsafe for human consumption, sometimes fuelled by criticisms based on little or no firm evidence. ...
Foods derived from genetically modified plants are widely consumed in many countries and genetically modified
Genetically Modified Herbicide-Tolerant Crops, Weeds, and Herbicides: Overview and Impact.
Bonny S. Environ Manage 2016 - Review. PMID 26296738
Genetically modified (GM) crops have been and continue to be a subject of controversy despite their rapid adoption by farmers where approved. ...
Genetically modified (GM) crops have been and continue to be a subject of controversy despite their rapid adoption by farmers
Impact on environment, ecosystem, diversity and health from culturing and using GMOs as feed and food
Tsatsakis AM, et al. Food Chem Toxicol 2017 - Review. PMID 28645870
Up to the present moment, genetically modified (GM) products have enabled increased yields and reduced pesticide usage. Nevertheless, GM products are controversial amongst policy makers, scientists and the consumers, regarding their possible environmental, ecological, and health risks. ...
Up to the present moment, genetically modified (GM) products have enabled increased yields and reduced pesticide usage. Nevert …
Application of genetics and biotechnology for improving medicinal plants.
Niazian M. Planta 2019 - Review. PMID 30715560
For a long time, humans have used medicinal plants for therapeutic purposes and in food and other industries. Classical biotechnology techniques have been exploited in breeding medicinal plants. Now, it is time to apply faster biotechnology-based breeding methods (BBBMs) to these valuable plants. Assessment of the genetic diversity, conservation, proliferation, and overproduction are the main ways by which genetics and biotechnology can help to improve medicinal plants faster. ...
For a long time, humans have used medicinal plants for therapeutic purposes and in food and other industries. Classical biotechnology …
Metabolomics of genetically modified crops.
Simó C, et al. Int J Mol Sci 2014 - Review. PMID 25334064 Free PMC article.
Metabolomic-based approaches are increasingly applied to analyse genetically modified organisms (GMOs) making it possible to obtain broader and deeper information on the composition of GMOs compared to that obtained from traditional analytical approaches. ...
Metabolomic-based approaches are increasingly applied to analyse genetically modified organisms (GMOs) making it possible to o …
Genetically modified plants in phytoremediation of heavy metal and metalloid soil and sediment pollution.
Kotrba P, et al. Biotechnol Adv 2009 - Review. PMID 19567265
Achievements of the last decade suggest that genetic engineering of plants can be instrumental in improving phytoremediation. ...Phytovolatization of selenium compounds was promoted in plants overexpressing genes encoding enzymes involved in production of gas methylselenide species. ...
Achievements of the last decade suggest that genetic engineering of plants can be instrumental in improving phytoremediation. ...Phyt …
Subchronic toxicity study in rats evaluating genetically modified DAS-81419-2 soybean.
Qian ZY, et al. Regul Toxicol Pharmacol 2018. PMID 29715492
A 90-day feeding study in rats was conducted to evaluate the subchronic oral toxicity of genetically modified (GM) DAS-81419-2 soybean. ...
A 90-day feeding study in rats was conducted to evaluate the subchronic oral toxicity of genetically modified (GM) DAS-81419-2 …
The EU regulatory framework on genetically modified organisms (GMOs).
Bruetschy C. Transgenic Res 2019. PMID 31321701
The European Union (EU) legislation on genetically modified organisms (GMOs) aims to ensure a high level of protection for human, animal and environmental health and a well-functioning EU internal market. ...
The European Union (EU) legislation on genetically modified organisms (GMOs) aims to ensure a high level of protection for hum …
Safety evaluation of genetically modified DAS-40278-9 maize in a subchronic rodent feeding study.
Zou S, et al. Regul Toxicol Pharmacol 2018. PMID 29763631
Genetically modified (GM) maize, DAS-40278-9, expresses the aryloxyalkanoate dioxygenase-1 (AAD-1) protein, which confers tolerance to 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) and aryloxyphenoxypropionate (AOPP) herbicides. ...
Genetically modified (GM) maize, DAS-40278-9, expresses the aryloxyalkanoate dioxygenase-1 (AAD-1) protein, which confers tole
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