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Dr Steve Taylor: Nut Allergies to GM Soy Modified with Nut Gene

In this Nebraska University study subjects who were allergic to Brazil nuts had allergic reactions to soya beans modified with a Brazil nut gene. (more…)

Dr Trudy Netherwood: GM DNA is Detectable in Human Digestive Tract

In this Newcastle University study human volunteers fed a single GM soya bean meal showed that GM DNA can survive processing and is detectable in the digestive tract. There was also evidence of horizontal gene transfer to gut bacteria.
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Dr Manuela Malatesta: GM Soy Influences Hepatocyte Nuclear Features

This Italian University of Urbino study showed significant modifications of some nuclear features in mice fed on GM Soy. (more…)

Dr Manuela Malatesta: GM Soy Effects Pancreas Cells in Mice

This Italian University of Urbino study found a significant lowering of nucleoplasmic and nucleolar splicing factors as well as a perichromatin granule accumulation in GM-fed mice. (more…)

Dr Tudisco: Heart Changes in Rabbits from GM Soy

The presence of DNA fragments in tissues from rabbits given genetically modified (GM) soya-bean meal was investigated in this University of Naples study by using the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) approach. (more…)

Dr Malatesta: GM Soy Increases Liver Ageing Process in Mice

This University of Verona study demonstrates that GM soybean intake can influence some liver features during ageing and, although the mechanisms remain unknown, underlines the importance to investigate the long-term consequences of GM-diets and the potential synergistic effects with ageing,
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    Russian Government Institute: Infertility in Hamsters from GM Soy

Russian Government Institute: Infertility in Hamsters from GM Soy

The experiment carried out jointly by the Russian National Association for Gene Security and the Institute of Ecological and Evolutional Problems showed that Campbell Hamsters lost the ability to reproduce after being fed GM soy for 2 years. (more…)

Dr Vecchio: Changes in Mouse Testes from GM Soy

This research carried out at the University of Pavia considered the possible effects of a diet containing genetically modified (GM) soybean on mouse testes. Changes that could cause infertility problems in the mice testes were identified and the role
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Argentina – Birth Defects from GM Soy

Argentina has become a giant experiment in farming genetically modified (GM) Roundup Ready (RR) soy, engineered to be tolerant to Roundup, Monsanto’s formulation of the herbicide glyphosate. (more…)

Danish Pig Birth Defects – GM Soy

New revelations from Denmark have undermined the myth that GM soy and Roundup residues are essentially harmless components in the European animal feed supply chain. (more…)