Publikationen

  • Input to the public consultation on the “Scientific Opinion on New developments in biotechnology applied to microorganisms”

    TESTBIOTECH Background 08 – 04 – 2024 SummaryThe draft opinion issued by EFSA (2024) correctly identifies several deficiencies in current guidance for the risk assessment of genetically engineered (GE) microorganisms. New genomic techniques (NGTs, new genetic engineering) and synthetic biology will enable companies to develop a broad range of GE microorganisms. Therefore, the existing EFSA…

  • Assessment of genetically modified maize DP23211 for food and feed uses (Corteva Agriscience)

    The GMO Panel assessed maize DP23211 (EFSA, 2024a). The maize produces IPD072Aa toxin from the soil bacterium Pseudomonas chlororaphis (against corn rootworm), which is assessed by EFSA here for the first time; DvSSJ1 dsRNA (against corn rootworm), which is assessed here by EFSA for the first time; the phosphinothricin acetyl transferase (PAT) protein for tolerance…

  • Assessment of genetically modified maize DP23211 for food and feed uses (Corteva Agriscience)

    The GMO Panel assessed maize DP23211 (EFSA, 2024a). The maize produces IPD072Aa toxin from the soil bacterium Pseudomonas chlororaphis (against corn rootworm), which is assessed by EFSA here for the first time; DvSSJ1 dsRNA (against corn rootworm), which is assessed here by EFSA for the first time; the phosphinothricin acetyl transferase (PAT) protein for tolerance…

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