Controversy Associated With the Common Component of Most Transgenic Plants – Kanamycin Resistance Marker Gene

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Jelenić, Srećko;
(2003)
  • Publisher: University of Zagreb
  • Journal: Food Technology and Biotechnology,volume 41,issue 2 (issn: 1330-9862, eissn: 1334-2606)
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  • Subject: plant genetic engineering | transgenic plants | Biotechnology | plant genetic engineering; nptII; transgenic plants; horizontal gene transfer; antibiotic resistance marker gene; food safety | antibiotic resistance marker gene | horizontal gene transfer | nptII | food safety | TP368-456 | TP248.13-248.65 | Food processing and manufacture
    mesheuropmc: food and beverages | fungi

Plant genetic engineering is a powerful tool for producing crops resistant to pests, diseases and abiotic stress or crops with improved nutritional value or better quality products. Currently over 70 genetically modified (GM) crops have been approved for use in differen... View more
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