Plants with genetically modified events combined by conventional breeding: An assessment of the need for additional regulatory data

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Crop varieties with multiple GM events combined by conventional breeding have become important in global agriculture. The regulatory requirements in different countries for such products vary considerably, placing an additional burden on regulatory agencies in countries where the submission of additional data is required and delaying the introduction of innovative products to meet agricultural needs. The process of conventional plant breeding has predictably provided safe food and feed products both historically and in the modern era of plant breeding. Thus, previously approved GM events that have been combined by conventional plant breeding and contain GM traits that are not likely to interact in a manner affecting safety should be considered to be as safe as their conventional counterparts. Such combined GM event crop varieties should require little, if any, additional regulatory data to meet regulatory requirements. © 2010 Elsevier Ltd.

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Pilacinski, W., Crawford, A., Downey, R., Harvey, B., Huber, S., Hunst, P., … Weber, N. (2011, January). Plants with genetically modified events combined by conventional breeding: An assessment of the need for additional regulatory data. Food and Chemical Toxicology. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fct.2010.11.004

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