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  • noun The property of being allergenic.

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Examples

  • FDA owes it to the thousands of Americans who are allergic to finfish to demand more data on the allergenicity of these engineered salmon from AquaBounty.

    Jeffrey Smith: GE Salmon? Are You Out of Your Minds?!

  • FDA owes it to the thousands of Americans who are allergic to finfish to demand more data on the allergenicity of these engineered salmon from AquaBounty.

    Jeffrey Smith: GE Salmon? Are You Out of Your Minds?!

  • As you know, Secretary Vilsack, there is controversy around the allergenicity associated with this new technology which created tension back in 2002 at a government meeting of the Food Biotechnology Subcommittee of the Food Advisory Committee in which the committee's acting chair, Edward N. Brandt, Jr., M.D., Ph.

    Robyn O'Brien: Dear Secretary Vilsack: Please Reconsider the Fate of Our Milk

  • As you know, Secretary Vilsack, there is controversy around the allergenicity associated with this new technology which created tension back in 2002 at a government meeting of the Food Biotechnology Subcommittee of the Food Advisory Committee in which the committee's acting chair, Edward N. Brandt, Jr., M.D., Ph.

    Robyn O'Brien: Dear Secretary Vilsack: Please Reconsider the Fate of Our Milk

  • As you know, Secretary Vilsack, there is controversy around the allergenicity associated with this new technology which created tension back in 2002 at a government meeting of the Food Biotechnology Subcommittee of the Food Advisory Committee in which the committee's acting chair, Edward N. Brandt, Jr., M.D., Ph.

    Robyn O'Brien: Dear Secretary Vilsack: Please Reconsider the Fate of Our Milk

  • Yet, unlike the strict safety evaluations for approval of new drugs, there are no mandatory human clinical trials of GE crops, no tests for carcinogenicity or harm to fetuses, no long term testing for human health risks, no requirement for long-term testing on animals, and limited testing for allergenicity, with some studies PDF raising concerns that GE foods may pose an allergen risk.

    Naomi Starkman: Just Label It: We Have a Right to Know What's In Our Food

  • Yet, unlike the strict safety evaluations for approval of new drugs, there are no mandatory human clinical trials of GE crops, no tests for carcinogenicity or harm to fetuses, no long term testing for human health risks, no requirement for long-term testing on animals, and limited testing for allergenicity, with some studies PDF raising concerns that GE foods may pose an allergen risk.

    Naomi Starkman: Just Label It: We Have a Right to Know What's In Our Food

  • If you've got an allergic kid, you probably don't want to meet the one pet likely to best the cat for its allergenicity.

    Vet's view: Best/worst pets for allergic kids

  • Yet, unlike the strict safety evaluations for approval of new drugs, there are no mandatory human clinical trials of GE crops, no tests for carcinogenicity or harm to fetuses, no long term testing for human health risks, no requirement for long-term testing on animals, and limited testing for allergenicity, with some studies PDF raising concerns that GE foods may pose an allergen risk.

    Naomi Starkman: Just Label It: We Have a Right to Know What's In Our Food

  • As you know, Secretary Vilsack, there is controversy around the allergenicity associated with this new technology which created tension back in 2002 at a government meeting of the Food Biotechnology Subcommittee of the Food Advisory Committee in which the committee's acting chair, Edward N. Brandt, Jr., M.D., Ph.

    Robyn O'Brien: Dear Secretary Vilsack: Please Reconsider the Fate of Our Milk

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