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6-Set-2017Environmental stress is the major cause of transcriptomic and proteomic changes in GM and non-GM plantsBatista, Rita; Fonseca, C.; Planchon, Sébastien; Negrão, Sónia; Renaut, Jenny; Oliveira, MargaridaarticleopenAccess
25-Mai-2009Facts and fiction of genetically engineered foodBatista, Rita; Oliveira, Maria MargaridaarticlerestrictedAccess
17-Abr-2015Fiction and reality about health impacts of GM food plantsBatista, RitalectureclosedAccess
1-Nov-2014Genetically Modified FoodsBatista, RitaconferenceObjectrestrictedAccess
Jul-2013In vitro culture is the major contributing factor for transgenic vs. non-transgenic proteomic plant differencesFonseca, Cátia; Planchon, Sébastien; Serra, Tânia; Chander, Subhash; Saibo, Nelson; Renaut, Jenny; Oliveira, M.Margarida; Batista, RitaconferenceObjectrestrictedAccess
Jan-2015In vitro culture may be the major contributing factor for transgenic versus nontransgenic proteomic plant differencesFonseca, C.; Planchon, S.; Serra, T.; Chander, S.; Saibo, N.J.M.; Renaut, J.; Oliveira, M.M.; Batista, RitaarticleclosedAccess
2011Inducible and constitutive expression of HvCBF4 in rice leads to differential gene expression and drought toleranceLourenço, Tiago; Saibo, Nelson; Batista, Rita; Pinto Ricardo, Cândido; Oliveira, Maria MargaridaarticlerestrictedAccess
Ago-2005Lack of detectable allergenicity of transgenic maize and soya samplesBatista, Rita; Nunes, Baltazar; Carmo, Manuela; Cardoso, Carlos; Helena, São José; Almeida, António Bugalho de; Manique, Alda; Bento, Leonor; Ricardo, Cândido Pinto; Oliveira, Maria MargaridaarticleopenAccess
Jul-2011Maize Allergens during seed development: transgenic versus non-transgenicFonseca, Cátia; Oliveira, Maria Margarida; Renaut, Jenny; Planchon, Sébastien; Batista, RitaconferenceObjectopenAccess
20-Mar-2014Maize IgE binding proteins: each plant a different profile?Fonseca, Cátia; Planchon, Sébastien; Pinheiro, Carla; Renaut, Jenny; Ricardo, Cândido; Oliveira, M. Margarida; Batista, RitaarticleopenAccess
Jul-2013Maize-induced allergy: each plant a different reaction?Fonseca, Cátia; Planchon, Sébastien; Renaut, Jenny; Pinheiro, Carla; Oliveira, M.Margarida; Batista, RitaconferenceObjectrestrictedAccess
4-Mar-2008Microarray analyses reveal that plant mutagenesis may induce more transcriptomic changes than transgene insertionBatista, Rita; Saibo, Nelson; Lourenço, Tiago; Oliveira, Maria MargaridaarticleopenAccess
Dez-2010Plant natural variability may affect safety assessment dataBatista, Rita; Oliveira, MargaridaarticlerestrictedAccess
13-Out-2011Potencial alergenicidade dos alimentos geneticamente modificadosBatista, RitalectureopenAccess
31-Jan-2013Potencial Alergenicidade dos Alimentos Geneticamente ModificadosBatista, RitaconferenceObjectrestrictedAccess
11-Mai-2007A Proteomic Study to Identify Soya Allergens- The Human Response to Transgenic versus Non-Transgenic Soya SamplesBatista, Rita; Martins, Isabel; Jenö, Paul; Pinto Ricardo, Cândido; Oliveira, Maria MargaridaarticlerestrictedAccess
Set-2015Safer to eat transgenic than environmentally stressed plants?Batista, Rita; Planchon, S.; Fonseca, C.; Negrão, S.; Renaut, J.; Oliveira, M.M.conferenceObjectclosedAccess
Set-2012Selection of the best comparator for the risk assessment of GM plants- conventional counterpart vs. negative segregantFonseca, Cátia; Planchon, Sébastien; Serra, Tânia; Chandler, Subhash; Saibo, Nelson; Renaut, Jenny; Oliveira, Margarida; Batista, RitaconferenceObjectopenAccess
17-Abr-2015The role of in vitro culture in GM plant metabolic changesBatista, RitalectureclosedAccess