Scientists respond to controversial Séralini maize study

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The fallout continues over the questionable study by French molecular biologist Gilles-Eric Seralini of rats fed genetically engineered rice. Food and Chemical Toxicology, which published the article in mid-September, has now printed a series of letters in response to the study.
 
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