Publications

Publication year: 2016
Testbiotech comment on EFSA´s Scientific Opinion on an application (EFSA-GMO-NL-2007-47) for the placing on the market of the herbicide-tolerant, high-oleic acid, genetically engineered soybean 305423 x 40-3-2
2016
PDF icon TBT Background Soybean 305423 x 40-3-2.pdf
Synthetic gene technologies applied in plants and animals used for food production
Overview on patent applications on new techniques for genetic engineering and risks associated with these methods
2016
PDF icon Gene editing_plants and animals_agriculture.pdf
Synthetic gene technologies applied in plants and animals used for food production
Overview on patent applications on new techniques for genetic engineering and risks associated with these methods
Christoph Then
2016
PDF icon Gene_editing_plants_and_animals.pdf
Testbiotech comment on the EFSA Scientific Opinion on an application by Dow Agrosciences LLC (EFSA-GMO-NL-2009-68) for placing on the market of cotton 281-24-236 x 3006-210-23 x MON 88913
2016
PDF icon TBT Comment cotton 281-24-236 x 3006-210-23 x MON88913.pdf
Testbiotech Background: The Joint Meeting on Pesticide Residues (JMPR) and the review of glyphosate - Massive conflicts of interest (May 2016, update August 2016))
2016
PDF icon Annex_COI_JMPR_2.pdf
Testbiotech-Bericht: Risiken und Nebenwirkungen für Mensch und Tier
Was bei der Zulassung gentechnisch veränderter Pflanzen wirklich falsch läuft
2016
PDF icon Risikobewertung Food & Feed_Testbiotech.pdf
Testbiotech report: Risks and side effects for humans and animals
What really goes wrong in regulation of genetically engineered plants
2016
PDF icon Risk assessment Food & Feed_Testbiotech.pdf
Anbau von Gentechnik-Mais: Risiken nicht unter Kontrolle
Überblick: Gründe gegen eine Anbauzulassung für transgenen, insektengiftigen Mais in der EU
2016
PDF icon Gründe gegen den Anbau von Gentechnik-Mais_in der EU.pdf
Cultivation of genetically engineered maize: Risks not under control
Overview: Why the EU should not allow the cultivation of transgenic maize engineered to produce insecticidal toxins
2016
PDF icon Reasons against cultivation of GE maize in the EU.pdf
Teosinte plants in the European environment and its implication for market authorisation of genetically engineered maize
Legal analysis by Professor Ludwig Krämer, commissioned by Testbiotech, Germany.
2016
PDF icon Teosinte_legal dossier.pdf

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