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The results of the feeding studies will be subjected to a peer review process by a high-ranking scientific journal as a quality assurance step. At that step interpretations and conclusions will be limited to the feeding studies. A draft version of the manuscript will also be part of to the stakeholder documents in the stakeholder workshop at the final stage of the project. Another set of journal manuscripts will focus on the general conclusions for GMO risk assessment.

 

All papers will be put open access and accompanied by a discussion forum in the journal for commenting on these papers. This strategy allows the scientific discussion to continue beyond the lifetime of the Project. Archives of Toxicology, a high-ranking scientific journal, has agreed to go along with this publication strategy. This journal already published a letter describing the three major long term feeding studies with GM plants in the EU: GRACE, GMO90+ and G-TwYST.

 

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G-TwYST results published

13 February 2019

This week the paper  "Lack of adverse effects in subchronic and chronic toxicity/carcinogenicity studies on the glyphosate-resistant genetically modified maize NK603 in Wistar Han RCC rats" has been published in Archives of Toxicology. The open source paper is available online at https://doi.org/10.1007/s00204-019-02400-1.

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G-TwYST data available at CADIMA

13 February 2019

G-TwYST has  made accessible the detailed scientific information including raw data via the open access database CADIMA set up by the FP7 project GRACE.

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