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Comparación de la composición nutricional del maíz transgénico (gen quitinasa) con maíz no transgénico

Ping-mei,Yan; Yu-kui,Rui; Xiao-yan,Yan; Zheng,Chai; Qing,Wang; Jian-zhong,Du; Yi,Sun;
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  • Published: 01 Apr 2011
  • Publisher: Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Facultad de Agronomía e Ingeniería Forestal
In order to compare the nutrition components of transgenic maize seeds (chitinase gene), achieved by the pollen-mediated approach, with its non-transgenic counterpart, Vitamin B1, vitamin B2, fatty acids and essential amino acids of transgenic maize seeds and their counterparts were analyzed by the Chinese national standard methods or AOAC methods. The results showed that the contents of all the six kinds of fatty acids detected in transgenic maize seeds were significantly higher than those in their non-transgenic counterpart, the content of vitamin B2 in transgenic maize was significantly lower than that in non-transgenic maize seeds, the content of total amino...
free text keywords: Transgenic maize, nutrition, fatty acids, essential amino acids, vitamin, chitinase gene, Ácidos de maíz transgénico, nutrición, ácidos grasos, aminoácidos esenciales, vitamina A, gen quitinasa
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