Publikationen

Veröffentlichungsjahr: 2020
L'ingénierie génétique, une menace pour la protection des espèces
Ou, de la nécessité d’empêcher la propagation des organismes génétiquement manipulés dans les populations naturelles
Christoph Then
2020
PDF icon 2020_Ingénierie_génétique.pdf
Testbiotech Background: Comment on EFSA draft document on risk assessment of plants developed with Type 1 (SDN-1) and Type 2 (SDN-2) site-directed nucleases and oligonucleotide directed mutagenesis (ODM) (May 2020)
2020
PDF icon TBT_Background_on_SDN_Consultation.pdf
RAGES subreport: Health risk assessment of genetically engineered nutritionally-altered GM crops
Helen Wallace, Christoph Then
2020
PDF icon RAGES_report- GE plants with nutritional changes.pdf
Overview of genome editing applications using SDN-1 and SDN-2 in regard to EU regulatory issues
New methods of genetic engineering (genome editing) and their potential impact on nature protection and the environment
2020
PDF icon Overview of genome editing applications using SDN-1 and SDN-2 in regard to EU regulatory issues.pdf
Summary report of the results from the RAGES project 2016-2019
Andreas Bauer-Panskus, Thomas Bohn, Janet Cotter, Angelika Hilbeck, Erik Millstone, Christoph Then, Helen Wallace, Brian Wynne
2020
PDF icon Summary report RAGES.pdf
Gentechnik gefährdet den Artenschutz
Warum die Ausbreitung gentechnisch veränderter Organismen in den natürlichen Populationen verhindert werden muss
Christoph Then
2020
PDF icon Gentechnik_Artenschutz_2020.pdf
Technical background for a request for internal review against the decision of the EU Commission to renew the market authorisation for genetically engineered soybean A2704-12 (application EFSA-GMO-RX-009)
2020
PDF icon Technical background for requesting internal review of the decision for renewal_soybean_A2704_12.pdf
Gentechnik gefährdet unsere Lebensgrundlagen!
Eine Streitschrift zu zehn Jahren Testbiotech
2020
PDF icon Gentechnik_gefaehrdet_unsere_Lebensgrundlagen.pdf
RAGES subreport: Environmental risk assessment of genetically engineered crops that can persist and spontaneously propagate in the environment
Andreas Bauer Panskus, Juliana Miyazaki, Christoph Then
2020
PDF icon RAGES_report- next generation effects.pdf
Testbiotech comment on EFSA’s assessment of genetically engineered soybean SYTH0H2 for food and feed uses, under Regulation (EC) No 1829/2003 (application EFSA-GMO-DE-2012-111) by Syngenta
TESTBIOTECH Background 20 - 2 -2020
2020
PDF icon Testbiotech_Comment_SYTH0H2_fin.pdf

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