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TOPIC: Protocol for dsRNA

Protocol for dsRNA 7 years 8 months ago #56

  • Jessie White
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Hi Researcher, in a new peer-reviewed paper published by an international team from New Zealand, Brazil, and Australia in the prestigious journal Environment International, the researchers Jack A. Heinemann, Sarah Z. Agapito-Tenfen and Judy A. Carman have found that government safety regulators are failing to consider important risks of new kinds of genetically modified (GM) plants and some emerging co-technologies.
These plants are designed to make a form of genetic information called double-stranded RNA (dsRNA).
The authors collectively reviewed three food or environment safety regulators with jurisdiction in three countries, Australia, Brazil and New Zealand. The regulatory decisions were on three different kinds of GM plants that do or may produce new dsRNA molecules and were intended for use as food or animal feed. The authors recorded their advice to the regulators and the responses from the regulators.
Your scientific organization as it evaluated the risk? What are the precautions and protocols chosen for GMTs?
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