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First open source detection test for a gene-edited GM crop
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7 September 2020
On 7 September 2020 GMWatch reported:
A group of non-governmental organizations, non-GMO food associations and a food retailer have announced that the first-ever public detection method for a gene-edited crop has been successfully developed and published. The new research refutes claims by the biotech industry and some regulators that new genetically modified (GM) crops engineered with gene editing are indistinguishable from similar, non-GM crops and therefore cannot be regulated.
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