A sub-chronic feeding study of dual toxin insect-resistant transgenic maize (CEMB-413) on Wistar rats

The database contains 390 references relating to the Safety and Benefits of Biotechnology and "Maize".

References relating to "Maize":

  1. A sub-chronic feeding study of dual toxin insect-resistant transgenic maize (CEMB-413) on Wistar rats
    (2023) Liaqat A, Salisu IB, Bakhsh A, Ali Q, Imran A, Ali MA
  2. Chronic Toxicity of Genetically Modified Maize with Cry1Ab-ma Gene and Its Effect on Serum Metabolites in Rats
    (2023) Wang Y, Hu Y-C, Lu J-X, Mao D-Q, Wang R, Liu X-B, Chen J, Wu W-X, Li M
  3. A 90-day rodent feeding study with grain for genetically modified maize L4 conferring insect resistance and glyphosate tolerance
    (2023) Zhang J, Liu Y, Li S, Zhou Q, Zhang L, Zhang S, Zhou X, Wu C, Qian ZY
  4. Assessment of genetically modified maize DP4114 × MON 810 × MIR604 × NK603 and subcombinations, for food and feed uses, under Regulation (EC) No 1829/2003 (application EFSA-GMO-NL-2018-150)
    (2022) EFSA Panel on GMOs
  5. Genetically modified DP915635 maize is agronomically and compositionally comparable to non-genetically modified maize
    (2023) Anderson JA, Mickelson J, Fast Bj, Smith N, Pauli RC, Walker C
  6. Bt and G10evo-EPSPS Protein Expressed in ZDAB3 Corn Has No Impact on Nutritional Composition and Toxicological Safety
    (2022) Yu X, Chen G, Zhou Z, Chen X, He X, Jiao Y, Wang P
  7. Evaluation of the impact of transgenic maize BT799 on growth, development and reproductive function of Sprague-Dawley rats in three generations
    (2022) Zhang D, Dong S, Zhang Z, Yu C, Xu J, Wang C, Liu Y
  8. Assessment of genetically modified Maize MON 87429 for food and feed uses, under Regulation (EC) No 1829/2003 (application EFSA-GMO-NL-2019-161)
    (2022) EFSA Panel on GMOs
  9. Bt maize can provide non-chemical pest control and enhance food safety in China
    (2023) Yang x, Zhao S, Liu B, Gao Y, Hu C, Li W, Yang Y, LI G, Wang L, et al.
  10. Assessment of genetically modified maize MON 95379 for food and feed uses, under Regulation (EC) No 1829/2003 (application EFSA-GMO-NL-2020-170)
    (2022) EFSA Panel on GMOs
  11. Bt-maize in neotropical arthropod food webs: community-stress or lack thereof?
    (2023) Zuim V, Godoi CTD, Marques VM, Haro MM, Gontijo LM, Guedes RNC
  12. Climate change did not alter the effects of Bt maize on soil Collembola in northeast China
    (2022) Wang B, Yin J, Wu F, Wang D, Jiang Z, Song X
  13. Farm income and production impacts from the use of genetically modified (GM) crop technology 1996-2020
    (2022) Brookes G
  14. Genetically modified crops do not present variations in pollen viability and morphology when compared to their conventional counterparts
    (2023) Soares D, Vertuan H, Bacalhau F, Jose M, Crivellari A, Belchior GG, Berger GU
  15. Transgenic Maize Has Insignificant Effects on the Diversity of Arthropods: A 3-Year Study
    (2022) Ren Z, Yang M, He H, Ma Y, Zhou Y, Liu B, Xue K
  16. Negligible Impact of Drought-Resistant Genetically Modified Maize on Arthropod Community Structure Observed in a 2-Year Field Investigation
    (2022) Yin J-Q, Wang D-M, Liang J-G, Song X-y
  17. Assessment of genetically modified maize MIR162 for renewal authorisation under Regulation (EC) No 1829/2003 (application EFSA-GMO-RX-025)
    (2022) EFSA Panel on GMOs
  18. Safety assessment of Mpp75Aa1.1, a new ETX_MTX2 protein from Brevibacillus laterosporus that controls western corn rootworm
    (2022) Wang C, Bean GJ, Chen CJ, Kessenich CR, Peng J, Visconti NR, et al.
  19. Food and feed safety of the Bacillus thuringiensis derived protein Vpb4Da2, a novel protein for control of western corn rootworm
    (2022) Edrington T, Wang R, McKinnon L, Kessenich C, Hodge-Bell K, Li W, Tan J, Brown G, Wang C, Li B, Giddings K
  20. Assessment of genetically modified maize MON 89034 × 1507 × MIR162 × NK603 × DAS-40278-9 for food and feed uses, under regulation (EC) No 1829/2003 (application EFSA-GMO-NL-2018-151)
    (2022) EFSA Panel on Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO)