Proteomic evaluation of genetically modified crops: current status and challenges

  title={Proteomic evaluation of genetically modified crops: current status and challenges},
  author={Chun Yan Gong and Tai Wang},
  booktitle={Front. Plant Sci.},
Hectares of genetically modified (GM) crops have increased exponentially since 1996, when such crops began to be commercialized. GM biotechnology, together with conventional breeding, has become the main approach to improving agronomic traits of crops. However, people are concerned about the safety of GM crops, especially GM-derived food and feed. Many efforts have been made to evaluate the unintended effects caused by the introduction of exogenous genes. "Omics" techniques have advantages over… CONTINUE READING
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  • 2013

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