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Europe, Maastricht, and biotechnology


, : Europe, Maastricht, and biotechnology. Bio/Technology 10(11): 1421-1426

European Commission regulations affecting biotechnology are considered. Information is tabulated on relevant directives (contained use, deliberate release and worker safety), proposals under discussion (biotechnology patents, plant varieties, pesticides, medicinal products and novel foods) and measures being drafted (new plants, transgenic animals, non-agricultural pesticides, animal feedstuffs, silage organisms, seeds and transport).

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Accession: 002373895

PMID: 1369018

DOI: 10.1038/nbt1192-1421

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