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Title: Scientific and Technical Contribution to the Development of an Overall Health Strategy in the Area of GMOs
Authors: QUERCI Maddalena
KLETER Gijs
MALINGREAU Jean-Paul
BROLL Hermann
VAN DEN EEDE Guy
Publisher: OPOCE
Publication Year: 2008
JRC Publication N°: JRC48299
ISBN: 978-92-79-10273-8
ISSN: 1018-5593
Other Identifiers: EUR 23542 EN
OPOCE LB-NA-23542-EN-C
URI: http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/jrc/index.cfm?id=2540&lang=en
http://publications.jrc.ec.europa.eu/repository/handle/111111111/1194
DOI: 10.2788/16411
Type: JRC Reference Reports
Abstract: The present report is the outcome of Project "Scientific and technical contribution to the development of an overall health strategy in the area of GMOs" carried out by the JRC-IHCP Biotechnology & GMOs Unit in the frame of study contract CT 30249, requested by the European Parliament Committee on Industry, Research and Energy. The study provides current knowledge on the issue and up-to-date opinions of experts on the potential short, medium and long term health impact associated with the consumption of GMOs. In addition, it contains the outcome of a research component that lead to the development of a multi-target analytical tool for the simultaneous identification of 39 GMOs.
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