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    • Argentina’s local crop biotechnology developments: why have they not reached the market yet? 

      Lewi, Dalia Marcela; Vicien, Carmen (Frontiers Media, 2020-04)
      Plant biotechnology in Argentina started at the end of the 1980s, leading to the development of numerous research groups in public institutions and, a decade later, to some local private initiatives. The numerous scientific ...
    • Development of a construct-based risk assessment framework for genetic engineered crops 

      Becker, M.P.; Boari, P.; Burachik, Moisés; Cuadrado, V.; Junco, Mariano; Lede, S.; Lema, Martín; Lewi, Dalia Marcela; Maggi, Andrés; Meoniz,Ignacio Alberto; Noe, G.; Roca, Cecilia; Robredo, Claudio Gabriel; Rubinstein, Clara; Vicien, Carmen; Whelan, Agustina (2016)
      Experience gained in the risk assessment (RA) of genetically engineered (GE) crops since their first experimental introductions in the early nineties, has increased the level of familiarity with these breeding methodologies ...
    • Science based criteria for a simplified risk assessment of genetic engineered crops developed using identical or similar constructs 

      Burachik, Moisés; Cuadrado, V.; Herrmann, Claudia; Junco, Mariano; Lede, S.; Lewi, Dalia Marcela; Maggi, Andrés; Meoniz, Ignacio Alberto; Noe, G.; Roca, Cecilia; Robredo, Claudio Gabriel; Rubinstein, Clara; Vicien, Carmen; Boari, P.; Lema, Martín; Whelan, Agustina (2016-08)
      Experience with Agricultural Biotechnology and the widespread adoption of different genetically engineered (GE) crops around the world has enabled breeders to develop different crops with similar phenotypic characteristics ...