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Submission + - Regulators discover suspect gene in GMO crops (independentsciencenews.org)

opencity writes: Regulators in the EU have discovered a potentially troubling gene in 54 of the 86 transgenic events (unique insertions of foreign DNA) commercialized to-date in the United States. How troubling is this from a technical standpoint? Should the plantings be revoked or studied more? As GMO inflames passions on both sides in the wider world here's a submission to slashdot where cooler heads discuss such things rationally.
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Regulators discover suspect gene in GMO crops

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