Food and Feed Safety

Gm Crops And Herbicides: Time To Reassess External link

Source country modernghana Tuesday, February 21, 2017 10:08:00 AM CET | info [other]

Trigger words: [EFSAFoodFeedSafety] (FoodFeedSafety)plant[3]; genetically modified[1]; risks[1]; maize[3]; antibiotic resistance[1]; threat[1]; plants[3]; threats[1]; genetically engineered[1]; health[2]; risk[7]; food[2]; adverse effects[1]; toxic[2]; GM[8]; proteins[1];

Other categories: GMOs in food & feed 2; GMOs in food & feed; MRSA; GMOs in Environment; Herbicides; Pharmaceuticals; Resistance; Environment; GMO Environment;

New studies published by Nature ’s journal Scientific Reports are questioning the basis of how to determine the safety of products used in agriculture and at home. The first of these featured reports is on the application of ‘omics’ techniques to a long familiar GM maize line called NK603 ....

7 Best Ways to Detox Correctly External link

Source country theepochtimes Monday, February 20, 2017 9:39:00 PM CET | info [other]

Trigger words: [EFSAFoodFeedSafety] (FoodFeedSafety)foods[2]; GMO[1]; reactions[1]; toxic[4]; poisoning[1]; health[2];

Other categories: Toxic; GMOs in food & feed 2; Chemical accidents; GMOs in food & feed; Toxins; Heavy Metals; Candida; Food Contact Material; GM Animals; Fungi;

best ways to detox correctly. Unfortunately, doing a detox is not as easy as going out and picking up a kit or a bag full of lemons and some cayenne. You need to carefully decide what kind of detox you are doing, the areas you are looking to target, and prepare yourself for the inevitable symptoms that go with it....

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GM Animals

Why climate change is material for the cotton industry External link

Source country greenbiz Monday, February 27, 2017 11:23:00 AM CET | info [other]

Trigger words: [EFSAGMOAnimals] (GMAnimals)environment[1]; Breeding[1]; breeding[6]; Transgenic[1]; competition[1];

Other categories: GMOs in food & feed 2; GMOs in Environment; GMOs in food & feed; FAO; Herbicides; Multiple Species; Environment; Food Contact Material; GMO Environment;

This story was first published by From well-loved jeans to linens, sneakers and T-shirts, cotton is woven into the products we love. Indeed, it is the most widely used natural fiber on the planet. Its use dates back to about 3500 BC in India and 3000 BC in Peru ....

Her organik diyene inanmayın External link

Source country turkiyegazetesi Monday, February 27, 2017 5:20:00 AM CET | info [en] [other]

Trigger words: [EFSAGMOAnimals] (GMAnimals)GDO[1]; yumurtalarına[1]; yumurtadan[1]; Yumurtanın[1]; hayvanlar[1]; tavuk[6]; Yumurta[1]; gözetim[1]; yumurtası[2]; yumurta[3];

Entities: Tarım Bakanlığı[1];

Other categories: Pharmaceuticals; Colours;

Canan Eraslan. Genetiği bozulmuş, hormonlu, kimyasal gübre kullanılan ürünlerin insan sağlığına zararları konusunda hemfikiriz. Zararlarını bildiğimizden, endüstrileşmiş gıdalardan uzak durmaya, organik ürünlere yönelmeye çalışıyoruz ama her ‘para eden’ şeyde olduğu gibi organik gıdada da kandırılmak çok mümkün....

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GMO Environment

Ghana’s capacity to regulate GMOs receive major boost External link

Source country myjoyonline Monday, February 27, 2017 4:07:00 PM CET | info [other]

Trigger words: [EFSAGMOEnvironment] (GMOEnvironment)genetically modified[1]; cotton[1]; GMO[5]; monitoring[1]; rice[1]; Genetically Modified[1]; Biosafety[5]; GM[1];

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Ghana’s capacity to regulate crops produced using Genetically Modified Organism (GMO) technology has received a major boost following the release of guidelines on the use of GMOs in the country. That’s according to Eric Okoree who is Chief Executive Officer of the National Biosafety Authority, the.......

Why climate change is material for the cotton industry External link

Source country greenbiz Monday, February 27, 2017 11:23:00 AM CET | info [other]

Trigger words: [EFSAGMOEnvironment] (GMOEnvironment)plant[2]; cotton[42]; pollen[1]; environment[1]; Cotton[1]; Transgenic[1];

Other categories: GMOs in food & feed 2; GMOs in Environment; GMOs in food & feed; FAO; Herbicides; Multiple Species; Environment; Food Contact Material; GM Animals;

This story was first published by From well-loved jeans to linens, sneakers and T-shirts, cotton is woven into the products we love. Indeed, it is the most widely used natural fiber on the planet. Its use dates back to about 3500 BC in India and 3000 BC in Peru ....

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GM Microorganisms

Receptor Interactions Between Pathogenic Bacteria and Host Cells External link

Source country avhandlingar Thursday, February 9, 2017 12:25:00 PM CET | info [other]

Trigger words: [EFSAGMOMicroorganisms] (GMMicroorganisms)Bacteria[1]; transgenic[2]; bacteria[2]; escape[1];

Other categories: Gonococcal; Gonorrhea; Meningitis; STD; Streptococcus; Bacteria;

Sammanfattning: This thesis focuses on host and pathogen specific interactions during invasive disease. We have investigated the role and impact of different virulence factors of Neisseria gonorrhoeae, N. meningitidis and Streptococcus pyogenes on host epithelial cells and in vivo. N....

Scripps scientists get closer to artificial life with synthetic proteins External link

Source country utsandiego Friday, January 27, 2017 6:56:00 AM CET | info [other]

Trigger words: [EFSAGMOMicroorganisms] (GMMicroorganisms)bacteria[1]; recombinant[1]; genetically engineered[1]; escape[1];

Entities: Craig Venter[2];

Other categories: Tickeners;

Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla say they have engineered the first stable life form that incorporates artificial DNA. The semi-synthetic organism is an improved version of one unveiled in 2014 , said Floyd Romesberg, who led the team that created both versions....

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Molecular Characterization

Worldwide Genome Engineering Market By Analysis of Major Industry Segments 2024 External link

Source country pr-inside Friday, February 17, 2017 11:06:00 AM CET | info [other]

Trigger words: [EFSAMolecularCharacterization] (MolecularCharacterization)plant[1]; recombination[1]; genetically engineered[1];

Other categories: Unauthorised GMOs (UGM); Pharmaceuticals; GM Animals;

Due to the presence of a small number of leading international players and few regional players, the competitive rivalry in the global genome engineering market is expected to remain moderate, reports Transparency Market Research in a new study. The market is dominated by three leading companies, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc....

Single-use Bioprocessing Systems Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast 2016 - 2024 External link

Source country prnewswire Thursday, February 16, 2017 11:12:00 PM CET | info [other]

Trigger words: [EFSAMolecularCharacterization] (MolecularCharacterization)plant[1]; Plant[1]; recombinant[1]; contamination[1];

Other categories: Vaccination; Pharmaceuticals;

NEW YORK Feb. 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Single-use Bioprocessing Systems Market: Trends and Opportunities Bioprocessing is a significant part of biopharmaceutical development and production processes and single-use bioprocessing systems, which are meant for one-time use, have recently found their.......

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GMOs in food & feed

Food and Ag Leaders Emphasize Collaboration to Feed the Future External link

Source country marketwatch Monday, February 27, 2017 6:34:00 PM CET | info [other]

Trigger words: [FoodFeedGMO] biotechnology[1]; safe[1]; Crop[4]; Feed[2]; risks[1]; Food[1]; food[4]; apples[1]; feed[1]; health[1]; consumer[1];

Entities: Better Life[1]; David Rosenberg[1]; Frank Sesno[1]; George Washington[1];

Other categories: GMOs in Environment;

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David Rosenberg said: "Today's growers are not only having to worry about on-farm issues like resistant weeds and new pests but also are flooded with concerns over the longterm effects of the changing economy, laws, climate and consumer demands,"

SAN ANTONIO, Feb. 27, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The future of agriculture is being shaped by a number of forces, including new laws, changing public perception and rapid technological innovation. In San Antonio on Feb. 28 and Mar. 1, Bayer will convene prominent thought leaders from across the industry.......

Why climate change is material for the cotton industry External link

Source country greenbiz Monday, February 27, 2017 11:23:00 AM CET | info [other]

Trigger words: [FoodFeedGMO] cotton[42]; okra[1]; danger[1]; Cotton[1]; Food[1]; threats[1]; Transgenic[1]; drought[7];

Other categories: GMOs in food & feed 2; GMOs in Environment; FAO; Herbicides; Multiple Species; Environment; Food Contact Material; GM Animals; GMO Environment;

This story was first published by From well-loved jeans to linens, sneakers and T-shirts, cotton is woven into the products we love. Indeed, it is the most widely used natural fiber on the planet. Its use dates back to about 3500 BC in India and 3000 BC in Peru ....

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GMOs in food & feed 2

Brazil govt agency flags 'hazards, uncertainties' in GM crop External link

Source country business-standard Monday, February 27, 2017 3:02:00 PM CET | info [other]

Trigger words: [FoodFeedGMO2] cotton[6]; hazards[3]; transgenic[3]; Genetic Engineering[1]; transgenics[1]; GM[3]; Transgenic[1]; GMOs[1];

Other categories: GMOs in Environment;

A government agency in Brazil, the world's second largest producer of GM crops, has cited over 750 studies, including some from India, to highlight "hazards and uncertainties" related to commercial cultivation of such varieties of crops. The report comes amidst anti-GM activists in India upping the.......

La storia della doppia elica del Dna in mostra a Roma External link

Source country olbianotizie Monday, February 27, 2017 12:43:00 PM CET | info English text... [en] [other]

Trigger words: [FoodFeedGMO2] frutta[1]; clonazione[2]; Salute[1]; ingegneria genetica[1];

Entities: Rosalind Franklin[1];

Other categories:

Roma, 9 feb. (AdnKronos Salute) - Sapevi di avere il 60% del Dna in comune con la gallina? O che ogni cellula contiene un testo lungo 3.000 volte i 'Promessi sposi'? Informazioni e curiosità scientifiche utili a comprendere la doppia elica e miniera di scoperte per i moderni scienziati. 'Dna....

The history of double propeller of Dna in shows in Rome

Rome, 9 Feb. () - health AdnKronos Sapevi have 60% of hiv-dna jointly with the egg? Each cell or a text contains over 3,000 times' '' s pRomessi sposi? Information and scientific curiosity utili understand the doppia propeller and miniera of discovery for modern scientists. 'Dna.

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Unauthorised GMOs (UGM)

Велина АД - Тримесечен консолидиран отчет 12-2016 External link

Source country investor Monday, February 27, 2017 2:00:00 PM CET | info [en] [other]

Trigger words: [UGM] mS1[1]; GE[3]; C5[3]; GM[5]; c5[1]; teA[1]; Rf1[1];

Entities: Clifford Harris[2];

Other categories: GM Animals;

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МБАЛ Стамен Илиев АД гр. Монтана - ГОД_2016 External link

Source country investor Monday, February 27, 2017 11:39:00 AM CET | info [en] [other]

Trigger words: [UGM] GE[6]; oAT[1]; C5[5]; GM[4]; c5[2];

Entities: Clifford Harris[3];

Other categories: GM Animals;

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GM Animals

A Bizarre Bacteria Could Be the Key to Controlling Mosquitoes External link

Source country wired Monday, February 27, 2017 6:12:00 PM CET | info [other]

Trigger words: [GM_animals] mosquito[9]; Food[1]; genetically engineered[2]; insect[1]; insects[4]; genetic engineering[1]; dengue fever[1]; MosquitoMate[2]; mosquito-carried[1]; GMO[1]; eggs[4]; transgenic[3]; protein[3]; Mosquitoes[1]; mosquitoes[9];

Other categories: Zika Virus;

Getty Images In February of 1967, German biologist Hannes Laven hiked to a village 16 miles north of Yangon, Myanmar. He carried with him 100 mosquitoes from Fresno, California—50 males that had been infected with a bacteria called Wolbachia , and 50 females that had not....

Artificial Blood Has Long-Bedeviled Scientists, But Breakthrough May Be On The Horizon External link

Source country kaiserhealthnews Monday, February 27, 2017 3:27:00 PM CET | info [other]

Trigger words: [GM_animals] animals[1]; cloning[1]; food[6]; sheep[1]; feed[1];

Entities: Sean Spicer[1]; Donald Trump[1];

Other categories: Communicable disease; Nutrition Allergens;

Feb 27 2017 full issue Artificial Blood Has Long-Bedeviled Scientists, But Breakthrough May Be On The Horizon. The artificial blood could be freeze-dried and stored safely for years. In other public health news: antibiotic-resistant infections, aid in dying, gene editing, alcoholism, obesity and more....

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GMOs in Environment

Hospital Should Learn About Copper&#39;s Unsuspected Health Properties External link

Source country news-yahoo Monday, February 27, 2017 6:44:00 PM CET | info [other]

Trigger words: [GMO-environment] risk[1]; environment[2]; RNA[1]; Health[2]; lime[1]; health[2]; spread[1]; enhanced[1]; olive[1];

Entities: Francis Crick[1];

Other categories: Antiviral; Healthcare Associated Infections; Antimicrobial resist; Sodium; MRSA; Norovirus;

in Chile, one of Latin America’s largest theme parks, has replaced its most frequently touched surfaces with copper to help reduce the spread of germs and protect the health of its visitors. But why? Because copper and its alloys exhibit impressive antibacterial, antiviral and anti-fungal properties....

Food and Ag Leaders Emphasize Collaboration to Feed the Future External link

Source country marketwatch Monday, February 27, 2017 6:34:00 PM CET | info [other]

Trigger words: [GMO-environment] biotechnology[1]; genetically modified[1]; safe[1]; Crop[4]; resistant weeds[1]; environment[1]; risks[1]; apples[1]; health[1];

Entities: Better Life[1]; David Rosenberg[1]; Frank Sesno[1]; George Washington[1];

Other categories: GMOs in food & feed;

Quotes... Quotes in this article

David Rosenberg said: "Today's growers are not only having to worry about on-farm issues like resistant weeds and new pests but also are flooded with concerns over the longterm effects of the changing economy, laws, climate and consumer demands,"

SAN ANTONIO, Feb. 27, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The future of agriculture is being shaped by a number of forces, including new laws, changing public perception and rapid technological innovation. In San Antonio on Feb. 28 and Mar. 1, Bayer will convene prominent thought leaders from across the industry.......

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