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Retracted: Controversial study claiming alternative gene editor NgAgo superior to CRISPR

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The author of a 2016 paper describing a potentially invaluable lab tool has retracted it, following heavy criticism from outside ...
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Controversial Italian study finding potential harm from GMO foods flagged by scientific journal

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A journal has flagged a paper by a researcher who has questioned the safety of genetically modified organisms, after receiving concerns ...

Anti-GMO-touted Italian paper claiming GM genes in blood and organs found to be fabricated

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Earlier this year, a nutrition journal retracted an article about the potential dangers of eating food containing genetically modified organisms (GMOs), ...

What’s more problematic than a Seralini paper? A plagiarized version of it

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The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. A 2012 paper co-authored ...
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Golden rice paper retracted over ethical concerns, not quality of science

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The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article from the Retraction Watch website: The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition is retracting a paper that ...
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