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Know what you eat: detecting Genetically Modified Organisms

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Publication Year: 
2016
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC98180
Authors: 
PANELL David J.
TILLIE Pascal
RODRIGUEZ CEREZO Emilio
ERVIN David
FRISVOLD George B.
Publication Year: 
2017
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC103393
Authors: 
PARACCHINI Valentina
PETRILLO Mauro
REITING Ralf
ANGERS Alexandre
WAHLER Daniela
STOLZ Andres
SCHÖNIG Birgit
MATTHIES Anastasia
JOACHIM Bendiek
DOMINIK M. Meinel
PECORARO Sven
BUSCH Ulrich
PATAK DENNSTEDT Alexandre
KREYSA Joachim
GROHMANN Lutz
Soybean plantation
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In close collaboration with JRC scientists, a network of German food safety authorities developed a novel method able to efficiently detect six different genetically modified soybean lines that were known, until now, to be difficult to monitor.
Determination of GM oilseed rape 73496 and GT73 in rapeseed cake and GM soybean MON89788 in soybean flour. Comparative testing ILC-EURL-GMFF-CT-02/16
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Publication Year: 
2017
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC105136
Authors: 
BROOTHAERTS Wim
MARETTI Matteo
CORDEIL Stephane
MAZZARA Marco

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