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  1. Adang, M. J., Firoozabady, E., Klein, J., DeBoer, D., Sekar, V., Kemp, J.D., Murray, E.,Rocheleau, T.A., Rashka, K., Staffeld, C., Stock, C., Sutton, D., and Merlo, D. J. 1987. Expression of a Bacillus thuringiensis insecticidal crystal protein gene in tobacco plants. In: Molecular Strategies for Crop Protection, C. Arntzen and C. Ryan, (Ed. Alan R. Liss) Inc. New York  p. 345-353.
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  9. Codex Alimentarius Commission, Alinorm 03/34: Joint FAO/WHO Food Standard Programme, Codex Alimentarius Commission, Twenty-Fifth Session, Rome, Italy, 30 June-5 July, 2003. Appendix III, Guideline for the conduct of food safety assessment of foods derived from recombinant-DNA plants, and Appendix IV, Annex on the assessment of possible allergenicity. p. 47-60.
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  11. De Block, M., D'Halluin,-K.; Botterman,-J., and Leemans, J. 1988. The use of phosphinothricin resistance as a selectable marker in tobacco protoplast transformation. Curr. Plant Sci. Biotechnol. Agric. Dordrecht, Kluwer Academic Publishers. p. 389-390.
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  15. Herman, R.A., Schafer, B.W., Korjagin, V.A., and Ernest, A.D.  2003.  Rapid digestion of Cry34Ab1 and Cry35Ab1 in simulated gastric fluid.  J. Agric. Food Chem. 5:6823-6827.
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  20. Metcalfe, D.D., Astwood, J.D., Townsend, R., Sampson, H.A., Taylor, S.L., and Fuchs, R.L. 1996. Assessment of the allergenic potential of foods derived from genetically engineered crop plants. Crit. Rev. Food Sci. Nutr. 36:165-186.
  21. Moellenbeck, D.J., M.L. Peters, J.W. Bing, J.R. Rouse, L.S. Higgins, L. Sims, T. Nevshemal, L. Marshall, R.T. Ellis, P.G. Bystrak, B.A. Lang, J.L. Stewart, K. Kouba, V. Sondag, V. Gustafson, K. Nour, D. Xu, J. Swenson, J. Zhang, T. Czapla, G. Schwab, S. Jayne, B.A. Stockhoff, K. Narva, H.E. Schnepf, S.J. Stelman, C. Poutre, M. Koziel, and N. Duck. 2001. Insecticidal proteins from Bacillus thuringiensis protect corn from corn rootworms. Nature Biotechnology. 19: 668 - 672.
  22. Nap, J.P., Bijvoet, J., and Strikema, W.J. 1992. Biosafety of kanamycin-resistant transgenic plants:  An overview.  Transgenic Crops 1:239-249.
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  24. National Center for Food and Agricultural Policy. 2004. Impacts on U.S. Agriculture of Biotechnology-Derived Crops Planted in 2003. An Update on 11 Case studies.
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  26. OECD. 2002. Consensus document on compositional considerations for new varieties of maize (Zea mays):  Key food and feed nutrients, anti-nutrients and secondary plant metabolites.  ENV/JM/MONO 25. 
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  30. Sims, S.R. and Holden, L.R. 1996. Insect bioassay for determining soil degradation of Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. kurstaki Cry1Ab protein in corn tissue.  Phssio. Chem. Ecol. Vol. 25(3):659-664.
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  32. Thomas, K. et al. 2004. A multi-laboratory evaluation of a common in vitro pepsin digestion assay protocol used in assessing the safety of novel proteins. Reg. Toxicol. Pharmacol. 39:87-98.
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  34. USEP. 2000. Office of Pesticide Programs, Biopesticides and Pollution Prevention Division.  Biopesticides Registration Action Document, Preliminary Risks and Benefits Sections, Bacillus thuringiesis Plant Pesticides. p. 1-17.
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