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No harm done?

发布时间:2019-03-06 13:04:05来源:未知点击:

Genetically modified “Starlink” corn probably didn’t trigger allergic reactions reported by dozens of Americans after the corn got into human food, says the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta. Starlink contains a pesticide protein called Cry9C and was only approved for animal feed. But last September the protein turned up in taco shells. The CDC tested the blood of 17 people who reported health problems but found no antibodies against Cry9C. But some are not convinced. “There’s no way a credible scientist could rule out Cry9C as a potential human allergen,