28-Day oral (gavage) and 13-week (dietary) toxicity studies of DHA canola oil and DHA canola meal in rats

The database contains 11 references relating to the Safety and Benefits of Biotechnology and "feeding studies".

References relating to "feeding studies":

  1. 28-Day oral (gavage) and 13-week (dietary) toxicity studies of DHA canola oil and DHA canola meal in rats
    (2021) Murillo G, Horn T, Johnson WD, Macintosh S
  2. Risk assessment of genetically modified sugarcane expressing AVP1 gene
    (2019) Bhatti F, Asad S, Khan QM, Mobeen A, Iqbal MJ, Asif M
  3. Study and Comparison of Genetically and Non-Genetically Modified Rice from View Point of Possibility of Gene Transferring in Blood of Laboratory Animal
    (2019) Bahador HM, Gilda E, Mahsa A, Mohammad HE-P, Mohammad ER, Hossein F, Mehrnooush S
  4. Three European studies have disproved Gilles-Éric Séralini’s widely circulated claims that genetically modified maize (corn) induces tumors in rats.
    (2018) Various authors
  5. Transgenic maize event TC1507: global status of food, feed, and environmental safety
    (2015) , , , , , , , , , ,
  6. Fate of Transgenic DNA from Orally Administered Bt MON810 Maize and Effects on Immune Response and Growth in Pigs
    (2011) , , , , , , , ,
  7. Effects of Feeding Bt MON810 Maize to Pigs for 110 Days on Peripheral Immune Response and Digestive Fate of the cry1Ab Gene and Truncated Bt Toxin
    (2012) , , , , , , , ,
  8. Assessment of GE food safety using -omics techniques and long-term animal feeding studies
    (2012)
  9. Longterm biosafety assessment of a genetically modified (GM) plant: the genetically modified (GM) insect-resistant Bt11 corn does not affect the performance of multi-generations or life span of mice.
    (2009) Haryu Y, et al.
  10. Studies on feeds from genetically modified plants (GMP) – Contributions to nutritional and safety assessment
    (2007) Flachowsky G, et al.
  11. Organic and genetically modified soybean diets: consequences in growth and in hematological indicators of aged rats.
    (2009) , ,