Society of Toxicology – Food and Feed Safety of Genetically Engineered Food Crops

The database contains 351 references relating to the Safety and Benefits of Biotechnology and "Not region-specific".

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  1. Society of Toxicology – Food and Feed Safety of Genetically Engineered Food Crops
  2. Food and Feed Safety of Genetically Engineered Food Crops
    (2017) Delaney B, Goodman RE, Ladics GS
  3. Toxicologic evaluation of chronic feeding of glyphosateresistant transgenic soybean GTS40-3-2 meal to rats
    (2017) Yuan J, Tang Z, Zao J, Shi Z, Wang J
  4. An overview of agriculture, nutrition and fortification, supplementation and biofortification: Golden Rice as an example for enhancing micronutrient intake
    (2017) Dubock A
  5. Biotechnology: A Growing Field in the Developing World
    (2016) Anon.
  6. Do genetically modified plants affect adversely on soil microbial communities
    (2016) Zheng-jun G, Shun-bao L, Zheng-Ping G, Biao L, Wei W
  7. An overview of the last 10 years of crop safety research
    (2013) Nicolia A, Manzo A, Veronesi F, Rosellini D
  8. Genetically modified crops and aquatic ecosystems: considerations for environmental risk assessment and non-target organism testing
    (2011) Carstens K, Anderson J, Bachman P, de Schrijver A, Dively G, Hamer M, Gielkens M, Jensen P, Lamp W, Rauschen S, Ridley G, Romeis J, Waggoner A
  9. Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) and Environment
    (2016) Gupta R, Singh RL
  10. Trypsinized Cry1Fa and Vip3Aa have no detrimental effects on the adult green lacewing Chrysopa pallens (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae)
    (2017) Ali I, Zhang S, Iqbal M, Ejaz S, Cui J-J
  11. Cry1Ac-mediated resistance to tomato leaf miner (Tuta absoluta) in tomato
    (2017) Selale H, Dağlı F, Mutlu N, Doğanlar S, Frary A
  12. Dicamba-Tolerant Soybeans (Glycine max L.) MON 87708 and MON 87708 × MON 89788 Are Compositionally Equivalent to Conventional Soybean
    (2017) Taylor M, Bickel A, Mannion R, Bell E, Harrigan GC
  13. The allergenicity of genetically modified foods from genetically engineered crops: A narrative and systematic review
    (2017) Dunn SE, Vicini JL, Glenn KC, Fleischer DM, Greenhawt MJ
  14. GM crops: global socio-economic and environmental impacts 1996-2015
    (2017) Brookes G, Barfoot P
  15. Farm income and production impacts of using GM crop technology 1996–2015
    (2017) Brookes G, Barfoot P
  16. Case studies on genetically modified organisms (GMOs): Potential risk scenarios and associated health indicators
    (2017) De Santis B, Stockhofe N, Wal J-M, Weesendorp E, Lallès JP, van Dijk J, Kok E, De Giacomo M, Einspanier Ralf, Onori R, Brera C, Bikker P, van der Meulen J, Gijs K
  17. Cas9 in Genetically Modified Food Is Unlikely to Cause Food Allergy
    (2016) Nakajima O, Nishimaki-Mogami T, Kondo K
  18. Three-generation reproduction toxicity study of genetically modified rice with insect resistant genes
    (2017) Hu Y, Zhuo Q, Gong Z, Piao J, Yang x
  19. Comprehensive in silico allergenicity assessment of novel protein engineered chimeric Cry proteins for safe deployment in crops
    (2017) Rathinam M, Singh S, Pattanayak D, Sreevathsa R
  20. Improving insect control protein activity for GM crops: A case study demonstrating that increased target insect potency can be achieved without impacting mammalian safety
    (2017) Farmer DR, Edrington TC, Kessenich CR, Wang C, Petrick JS