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The experimental test groups chosen and the minimum number of animals per group to be used are shown in the following table:

Group

% of daily dietary intake (w/w)

No. of animals

Isogenic non-
GM (NK603)

NK603

NK603 +
Roundup

Males

Females

1

33

0

0

16

16

2

22

11

0

16

16

3

0

33

0

16

16

4

22

0

11

16

16

5

0

0

33

16

16

Total

 

80

80

 

The number of animals per group has been chosen based on the OECD Test Guideline 408 and as recommended by the EFSA Guidance (2011).

 

A statistical analysis will be performed prior to the beginning of the feeding trial to determine whether the number of animals per group chosen is adequate, and, if necessary, it will be adjusted. The data to be obtained will be compared with background data on variations in endpoint values for Wistar Han Rcc rats fed a standard lab chow from Harlan Inc. present in the public domain (http://webapps.harlan.com/wistarhannover).

 

A statistical analysis of the data obtained will be performed by WP4 by taking into account, among other documents, the EFSA Guidance (2011) and will be accompanied by an analysis report. A specific chapter on assumptions and uncertainties will be included in the study report.

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GMO90+ results published

3 January 2019

The results of the GMO90+ project, funded by the French government, have been published in Toxicological Sciences on December 10th, 2018. In this project, rats were fed for six-months with 8 maize-based diets at 33% that comprised either MON810 (11% and 33%) or NK603 grains (11% and 33 % with or without glyphosate treatment) or their corresponding near-isogenic controls. Similar to the results of G-TwYST and GRACE, no adverse health effect (and no biomarkers) could be attributed to the consumption of GMP diets in comparison with the consumption of their near-isogenic non-GMP controls.

 

The complete publication is available at the website of Toxicological sciences.

Tomorrow‘s food: How GMOs change global farming

30 July 2018

Austrian documentary makers from the media and research platform addendum.org published a version of their documentary "Tomorrow‘s food: How GMOs change global farming" with english subtitles (put subtitles 'on') on their Youtube channel. They included the G-TwYST findings that were presented at the final Conference in Bratislava on April 16, 2018 (between 28:15 and 31:20 in the documentary).