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Response to GM soybeans—revisiting a controversial format

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V.M. notes he is the chariman of CropGen (London), an information service directed at informing the UK public about agricultural biotechnology, which receives limited support from the biotech industry but acts entirely independently (http://www.cropgen.org/). V.G. was employed for eight years by the Biotechnology Industry Organization in the past and now works as a consultant with some industry clients, none of which are involved in transgenic soy.

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Response to GM soybeans—revisiting a controversial format. Nat Biotechnol 25, 1356–1358 (2007). https://doi.org/10.1038/nbt1207-1356b

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