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- Indra, Alexander, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- European food research & technology 2018 v.244 no.8 pp. 1473-1485
- corn; epigenetics; food research; genetic stability; genetically modified plants; genome; genomics; high-throughput nucleotide sequencing; methylation; mutation; seeds
- ... MON810 maize was first commercialized in 1997 and it is one of the most marketed genetically modified crops worldwide. Although MON810 maize has been studied extensively, its genetic stability and epigenetics have not been studied very well. We used next-generation sequencing to investigate the genetics and epigenetics of the cry1Ab coding region and its 3′ flanking genomic region in three differe ...
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- Environmental pollution 2015 v.206 pp. 342-351
- DNA; agricultural soils; aminoglycosides; antibiotic resistance; biotechnology; confidence interval; corn; ecosystems; genes; genetic markers; genetically modified organisms; pollutants; potatoes; quantitative polymerase chain reaction; rendering; soil bacteria; Austria
- ... Antibiotic resistance genes may be considered as environmental pollutants if anthropogenic emission and manipulations increase their prevalence above usually occurring background levels. The prevalence of aph(3′)-IIa/nptII and aph(3′)-IIIa/nptIII – frequent marker genes in plant biotechnology conferring resistance to certain aminoglycosides – was determined in Austrian soils from 100 maize and pot ...