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EC-sponsored Research on Safety of Genetically Modified Organisms - A Review of Results
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Contents

Introduction

 

6-01

High resolution of automated microbial identification: improvement of nucleic acid probe techniques

(BIOT-CT91-0294)

6-02

High-resolution automated microbial identification (HRAMI) and applications to biotechnologically-relevant ecosystems

(BIO2-CT94-3098)

6-03

Methodology for the fast design of fungal DNA probes and PCR primers

(BIOT-CT91-0301)

6-04

Fungal identification using rapid screening techniques

(BIO2-CT94-3011)

6-05

Monitored environment release of genomically tagged phylloplane and rhizosphere bacteria

(BAP-0141/0369)

6-06

Gene transfer between soil bacteria as monitored by novel techniques in model ecosystems

(BAP-0040/0361/0419)

6-07

Use of marker/reporter genes in microbial ecology

(BIO4-CT96-0434)

6-08

Chemical interactions and signalling between phytopathogenc fungi, rhizobacteria and plant roots with particular reference to saponins: implications for disease

(BIO2-CT94-3001)

6-09

Assessment of risk of transfer of bacterial phytopathogenicity genes to epiphytic microbes

(BAP-0383/0421/0485)

6-10

Ecological and modelling study of gene-mobilising capacity of soils and related ecosystems

(BIO2-CT92-0491)

6-11

The effects of selection on gene stability and transfer in populations of bacteria in soil

(BIOT-CT91-0285)

6-12

Risk assessment of releasing recombinant streptomycetes into the environment

(BAP-0370/0378)

6-13

Antibiotic resistance genes in the environment: a comprehensive, multi-phasic survey of prevalence and transfer

(BIO4-CT98-0053)

6-14

Mobile elements contribution to bacterial adaptability and diversity (MECBAD)

(BIO4-CT98-0099)

6-15

Prevention of the appearance of resistance to beta-lactam antibiotics in Streptococcus pneumoniae: exploring strategies based on microbial ecology

(BIO4-CT98-0424)

6-16

Assessment of environmental risks and containment of biotechnological scaled-up processes

(BAP-0109/0110)

 
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