Websites and publications:
- The effect of Plant Breeding on DNA level, how different is it from genetic engineering (University of Georgia, USA)
- GM plants compared to the baseline; a whole genome sequencing approach (COGEM, Netherlands)
- Anderson JE,J-M Michno,TJY Kono,AO Stec,BW Campbell,SJ Curtin, RM Stupar. 2016.Genomic variation and DNA repair associated with soybean transgenesis: a comparison to cultivars and mutagenized plants. BMC Biotechnology 16:41
- Weber N, C Halpin, LC Hannah, JM Jez, J Kough & W Parrott. 2012. Crop genome plasticity and its relevance to food and feed safety of genetically engineered breeding stacks. Plant Physiol. 160: 1842-1853.
- Schnell J, M Steele, J Bean, M Neuspiel, C Girard, N Dormann, C Pearson, A Savoie, L Bourbonnière & P Macdonald. 2015. A comparative analysis of insertional effects in genetically engineered plants: consideration for pre-market assessments. Transgenic Res. 24:1-17.
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