Aquatic fate of a double-stranded RNA in a sediment---water system following an over-water application.

@article{Fischer2017AquaticFO,
  title={Aquatic fate of a double-stranded RNA in a sediment---water system following an over-water application.},
  author={Joshua R Fischer and Fatima Zapata and Samuel Dubelman and Geoffrey M. Mueller and Joshua P. Uffman and Changjian Jiang and Peter Daugbjerg Jensen and Steven L. Levine},
  journal={Environmental toxicology and chemistry},
  year={2017},
  volume={36 3},
  pages={727-734}
}
Determining the rate of biodegradation of double-stranded RNA (dsRNA) in the environment is an essential element of a comprehensive risk assessment of an RNA-based agricultural product. This information is used during problem formulation to define relevant routes and durations of environmental exposure for in planta-expressed dsRNA. Although exposure to biotechnology-derived crops expressing dsRNA traits in the aquatic environment is predicted to be minimal, little is known regarding the fate… CONTINUE READING
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