Compositional equivalence assessment of insect-resistant genetically modified rice using multiple statistical analyses

The database contains 8 references relating to the Safety and Benefits of Biotechnology and "compositional equivalence".

References relating to "compositional equivalence":

  1. Compositional equivalence assessment of insect-resistant genetically modified rice using multiple statistical analyses
    (2021) Oh S-W, Kim E-H, Lee S-Y, Baek D-Y, Lee S-G, Kang H_J, Chung Y-S, Park S-K, Ryu T-H
  2. Compositional analysis of soybean event IND-ØØ41Ø-5
    (2020) Chiozza MV, Burachik M, Miranda PV
  3. Agronomic and compositional assessment of genetically modified DP23211 maize for corn rootworm control
    (2020) Anderson JA, Mickelson J, Challender M, Moellring E, Sult T, TeRonde S, Wang Y, Maxwell CA
  4. 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
  5. Stacking transgenic event DAS-Ø15Ø7-1 alters maize composition less than traditional breeding
    (2017) Herman RA, Fast Bj, Scherer PN, Brune AM, de Cerqueira DT, Schafer BW, Ekmay RD, Harrigan GG, Bradfisch GA
  6. Insect-Protected Event DAS-81419-2 Soybean (Glycine max L.) Grown in the United States and Brazil Is Compositionally Equivalent to Nontransgenic Soybean
    (2015) , , , ,
  7. Assessment of Peanut Quality and Compositional Characteristics among Transgenic Sclerotinia Blight-Resistant and Non-Transgenic Susceptible Cultivars
    (2014) , , ,
  8. Natural variation in crop composition and the impact of transgenesis
    (2010) Harrigan GG, et al.