Gmo's and Horizontal Gene Transfer

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Genetically Modified Organisms53 |

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Pubmed Data : Environ Biosafety Res. 2003 Jul-Sep;2(3):173-80. PMID: 15612415
Study Type : Animal Study
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Pubmed Data : Microb Releases. 1994 Jul;2(4):183-9. PMID: 7921350
Study Type : Animal Study
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Pubmed Data : J Biosci. 2005 Sep;30(4):515-48. PMID: 16184014
Study Type : Commentary
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Pubmed Data : Mol Ecol. 2012 May 24. Epub 2012 May 24. PMID: 22625177
Study Type : Plant Study

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You might ask, "why all the fuss about agricultural genetically modified organisms (GMOs)?" After all, regulatory agencies have approved these technologies for widespread application and consumption, so they must be safe, right? Well, the truth is that there is no agency and no industry that works to protect our health. At best, the EPA, USDA, and FDA attempt to respond to our disease after the cause is widespread.
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