Food and chemical toxicology - Concluding remarks

H.A. Kuiper, A. Konig, G.A. Kleter, W.P. Hammes, I. Knudsen

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The most important results from the EU-sponsored ENTRANSFOOD Thematic Network project are reviewed, including the design of a detailed step-wise procedure for the risk assessment of foods derived from genetically modified crops based on the latest scientific developments, evaluation of topical risk assessment issues, and the formulation of proposals for improved risk management and public involvement in the risk analysis process.
Original languageEnglish
JournalFood and Chemical Toxicology
Issue number7
Pages (from-to)1195-1202
Publication statusPublished - 2004


  • novel foods
  • genetic modification
  • compositional analysis
  • profiling
  • toxicology
  • safety assessment
  • traceability
  • plant biotechnology
  • genetic engineering
  • detection
  • public participation
  • consumer issues
  • food
  • genetic manipulation
  • antibiotic resistance marker genes
  • unintended effects
  • regulation
  • post market monitoring
  • transgenic crops
  • horizontal gene transfer
  • advanced analytical methods
  • substantial equivalence
  • risk analysis
  • allergy

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