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GMO law’s author challenges ECJ advocate general’s opinion on genome editing

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A top legal expert, who was involved in writing the EU’s genetically modified organisms (GMO) regulation when working as a European Commission official, has come out against an advisory opinion from a European Court of Justice advocate general upholding a French rule that genome editing is covered by the mutagenesis waiver.

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