References Pertaining to Transgenic DNA and Protein and Livestock Products (Meat, Milk, Eggs)

 

 

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Aeschbacher, K., L. Meile, R. Messikommer and C. Wenk. 2002.  Influence of genetically modified maize on performance and product quality of chickens. Proc. Soc. Nutr. Physiol. 11:196.

 

Aeschbacher, K., R. Messikommer, L. Meile, and C. Wenk. 2005. Bt176 corn in poultry nutrition: Physiological characteristics and fate of recombinant plant DNA in chickens. Poultry Sci. 84(3):385-394.

 

Aeschbacher, K., R. Messikommer and C. Wenk. 2001.  Physiological characteristics of Bt-176 corn in poultry  and destiny of recombinant plant DNA in poultry products. Annals of Nutr. And Metab.45(Suppl. 1):376.

 

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Jennings, J. C., Kolwyck, D. C., Kays, S. B., Whetsell, A. J., Surber, J. B., Cromwell, G. L., Lirette, R. P., and Glenn, K. C.  2003.  Determining whether transgenic and endogenous plant DNA and transgenic protein are detectable in muscle from swine fed Roundup Ready soybean meal. J. Anim. Sci. 81:1447–1455.

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