14 September 2017. Ghent, Belgium. 1st MYCOKEY International Conference.
(…) Studies are in progress to examine in situ impacts on GM- and non-GM maize grain stored under different environmental conditions. Molecular techniques are also being employed to identify whether the atoxigenic A. flavus strains lack some key biosynthetic genes necessary for AFB1 production.
This research was supported by CAPES Foundation, Ministry of Education of Brazil—Project BEX 12937/13-4.
Source: Meeting Report Online page 80
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