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GM crops & food
Regulatory policies governing the safety of genetic engineering (rDNA) and the resulting products (GMOs) have been contentious and divisive, especially in agricultural applications of the technologies. These tensions led to vastly different approaches to safety regulation in different jurisdictions, even though the intent of regulations-to assure public and environmental safety-are common worldwide, and even though the international scientific communities agree on the basic principles of riskdoi:10.1080/21645698.2016.1228516 pmid:27813691 pmcid:PMC5161003 fatcat:7qwwwudt2fd7jk7gqllhvwc5qy