A team led by researchers at the University of London has completed a study using mass spec-based proteomics to assess "substantial equivalence" in genetically engineered crops.

The work, detailed in a paper published in the current edition of the Journal of Experimental Botany, suggests a role for proteomics in the regulation of GE foods, said Peter Bramley, professor of biochemistry at Royal Holloway University of London and an author on the paper.

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The partially reinstated US travel ban leaves space for uncertainty for researchers, Nature News says.

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Tweaking the skin microbiome could help address some skin conditions, the New York Times reports.

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