Identifying and detecting potentially adverse ecological outcomes associated with the release of gene-drive modified organismsHayes, KRH, G. R.; Dana, G. V.; Foster, S. D.; Ford, J. H.; Thresher, R.; Ickowicz, A.; Peel, D.; Tizard, M.; De Barro, P.; Strive, T.; Dambacher, J. M., Journal of Responsible Innovation, 5:S139-S158. 2018.
Synthetic gene drives could provide new solutions to a range of old problems such as controlling vector-borne diseases, agricultural pests and invasive species. In this paper, we outline methods to identify hazards and detect potentially adverse ecological outcomes at the ...
Keywords: borne diseases, CRISPR-Cas9, environmental risks, gene drive ecology, gene drive guidance, gene drive safety, gene drive synthetic, gene drives, genetically-engineered organisms, hazard analysis, History & Philosophy of Science, malaria, meiotic drive, monitoring, mosquitos, natural-resources, plants, risk, risk assessment, stakeholder engagement, transgenic fish
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