Targeting intracellular transport combined with efficient uptake and storage significantly increases grain iron and zinc levels in rice

The database contains 24 references relating to the Safety and Benefits of Biotechnology and "Biofortification".

References relating to "Biofortification":

  1. Targeting intracellular transport combined with efficient uptake and storage significantly increases grain iron and zinc levels in rice
    (2018) Wu T-Y, Gruissem W, Bhullar NK
  2. 90 Days feeding test of SD rats (Rattus norvegicus) by transgenic antitrypsin gene rice (Oryza sativa).
    (2017) Zhang T-T, Mei X-H
  3. Biofortified Crops Generated by Breeding, Agronomy, and Transgenic Approaches Are Improving Lives of Millions of People around the World
    (2018) Garg M, Sharma N, Sharma S, Kapoor P, Kumar A, Chunduri V, Arora P
  4. Biofortification: A new approach to eradicate hidden hunger
    (2017) Sharma P, Aggarwal P, Kaur A
  5. An overview of agriculture, nutrition and fortification, supplementation and biofortification: Golden Rice as an example for enhancing micronutrient intake
    (2017) Dubock A
  6. GM biofortified crops: potential effects on targeting the micronutrient intake gap in human populations
    (2017) De Steur H, Mehta S, Gellynck X, Finkelstein JL
  7. Dietary safety assessment of genetically modified rice EH rich in β-carotene
    (2017) Wu Y, Xu Y, Du Y, Zhao X, Hu R, Fan X, Ren F, Yao Q, Peng R, Tang X, Zhao K
  8. The social and economic impact of biofortification through genetic modification
    (2017) De Steur H, Demont M, Gellynck X, Stein AJ
  9. Transgenic technologies in cassava for nutritional improvement and viral disease resistance: a key strategy for food security in Africa
    (2016) Naconsie M, Zhang P
  10. Genetically modified bananas: To mitigate food security concerns
    (2017) Ghag SB, Ganapathi TR
  11. The socioeconomics of genetically modified biofortified crops: a systematic review and meta-analysis
    (2016) De Steur H, Wesana J, Blancquaert D, Van Der Straeten D
  12. Can Biofortified Crops Help Attain Food Security?
    (2016) Hefferon
  13. Influence of Phytase Transgenic Corn on the Intestinal Microflora and the Fate of Transgenic DNA and Protein in Digesta and Tissues of Broilers.
    (2015) Lu L, Guo J, Li A, Zhang L, Liu Z, Luo X
  14. Field trial evaluation of the accumulation of omega-3 long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids in transgenic Camelina sativa: Making fish oil substitutes in plants
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  15. Production of a Highly Protease-Resistant Fungal α-Galactosidase in Transgenic Maize Seeds for Simplified Feed Processing
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  16. Field trial of GABA-fortified rice plants and oral administration of milled rice in spontaneously hypertensive rat
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  17. Transgenic soya bean seeds accumulating beta carotene exhibit the collateral enhancements of oleate and protein content traits
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  18. Impact of β-carotene transgenic rice with four synthetic genes on rhizosphere enzyme activities and bacterial communities at different growth stages
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  19. A three generation reproduction study with Sprague-Dawley rats consuming high-amylose transgenic rice
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  20. Conceptual framework for ex-ante evaluation at the micro/macro level of GM crops with health benefits
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