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Abera Desta, Z., B. Kolano, Z. Shamim, S. Armstrong, M. Rewers, E. Sliwinska, S. Kushwaha, I. Parke, R. Ortiz & D.-J. De Koning. 2019. Field cress genome mapping: Integrating linkage and comparative maps with cytogenetic analysis for rDNA carrying chromosomes. Scientific Reports 9 doi: 10.1038/s41598-019-53320-0

Kulesz, M.M., Lundh, T., De Koning, D-J., & Lagerkvist C.J. 2019. Dissuasive effect, information provision, and consumer reactions to the term ´Biotechnology´: The case of reproductive interventions in farmed fish. PLoS ONE. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0222494

Resjö, S. Zahid, MA, Burra, DD., Lenman, M., Levander, F. & Andreasson, E. 2019. Proteomics of PTI and two ETI immune reactions in potato leaves. International Journal of Molecular Sciences 20: 4726 doi: 10.3390/ijms20194726

Mouresan, E.F., Selle, M. & Rönnegård, L. 2019. Genomic prediction including SNP-specific variance predictorsG3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 9:3333-3343 DOI: 10.1534/g3.119.400381

Hansson, SO. 2019. A science-informed ethics for agricultural biotechnologyCrop Breeding, Genetics and Genomics DOI:10.20900/cbgg20190006

Arefaine, H., Rydhmer, L., Andersson, R., & Ivarsson, E. 2019. Lepidium cake as a feedstuff for pigs. Livestock Science 225:47-52

Eriksson, D., de Andrade, E., Bohanec, B., Chatzopoulou, S., Defez, R., Leiva Eriksson, N., van der Meer, P., van der Meulen, B., Ritala, A., Sági, L., Schiemann, J., Twardowski, J., & Vaněk, T. 2019. Implementing an EU opt‐in mechanism for GM crop cultivationEMBO reports DOI: 10.15252/embr.201948036

Hansson, SO. 2019. Farmers’ experiments and scientific methodologyEuropean Journal for Philosophy of Science 9:32 DOI:10.1007/s13194-019-0255-7

Sandin, P & Peterson, M. 2019. Is the precautionary principle a midlevel principle? Ethics, Policy & Environment DOI: 10.1080/21550085.2019.1581417

Custers, R., Casacuberta, J., Eriksson, D., Sági, L. & Schiemann, J. 2019. Genetic alterations that do or do not occur naturally; consequences for genome edited organisms in the context of biotechnology regulatory oversightFrontiers in Plant Science. DOI: 10.3389/fbioe.2018.00213

Sandin. P. 2018. Review of A. Kallhoff, M. Di Paola and M. Schörgenhumer (eds.) Plant ethics: Concepts and applications. Environmental Ethics 40: 95-96

Eriksson, D. et al. 2018. A comparison of the EU regulatory approach to directed mutagenesis with that of other jurisdictions, consequences for international trade and potential steps forwardNew Phytologist 

Edvardsson Björnberg, K. et al. 2018. Consistent risk regulation? Differences in the European regulation of food cropsJournal of Risk Research doi: 10.1080/13669877.2018.1501594   

Eriksson, D. et al. 2018. Comments on two recent publications on GM maize and RoundupScientific Reports 8: 13338 

Eriksson, D. 2018. The evolving EU regulatory framework for precision breedingTheoretical and Applied Genetics Doi: 10.1007/s00122-018-3200-9 

Lankinen, Å., Abreha, K.B., Masini, L., Ali, A., Resjö, S. & Andreasson, E. 2018. Plant immunity in natural populations and agricultural fields: Low presence of pathogenesis-related proteins in Solanum leavesPLoS ONE 13: e0207253

Walter, A.J., Willforss, J., Lenman, M., Alexandersson, E. & Andreasson, E. 2018. RNA seq analysis of potato cyst nematode interactions with resistant and susceptible potato roots. European Journal of Plant Pathology 152: 531–539

Willforss, J., Chawade, A. & Levander, F. 2018. NormalyzerDE: Online tool for improved normalization of omics expression data and high-sensitivity differential expression analysis. Journal of Proteome Research DOI: 10.1021/acs.jproteome.8b00523

Hansson, S.O., Åman, P., Becker, W., De Koning, D-J., Lagerkvist, C-J., Larsson, I., Lehrman, A., Risérus, U. & Stymne, S. 2018. Breeding for public health: A strategy. Trends in Food Science & Technology 80: 131-140

Eriksson, D. 2018. The Swedish policy approach to directed mutagenesis in a European context. Physiologia Plantarum doi: 10.1111/ppl.12740

Gustafsson, C., Willforss, J., Lopes-Pinto, F., Ortiz, R. & Geleta, M. 2018. Identification of genes regulating traits targeted for domestication of field cress (Lepidium campestre) as a biennial and perennial oilseed crop. BMC Genetics 19:36 1-15 doi: 10.1186/s12863-018-0624-9

Pourazari, F., Andersson, M. & Weih, M. 2018. Altered tuber yield in genetically modified high-amylose and oil potato lines is associated with changed whole-plant nitrogen economy. Frontiers in Plant Science 9:342

Eriksson. D., Harwood, W., Hofvander, P., Jones, H., Rogowsky, P., Stöger, E. & Visser, R.G.F. 2018. A welcome proposal to amend the GMO legislation of the EU. Trends in Biotechnology doi: 10.1016/j.tibtech.2018.05.001

Eriksson, D. 2018. Recovering the original intentions of risk assessment and management of genetically modified organisms in the European Union. Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology doi: 10.3389/fbioe.2018.00052

Andersson, M.,  Turesson, H., Olsson, N., Fält, A.S., Ohlsson, P., Gonzalez, M.N., Samuelsson, M. & Hofvander, P. 2018. Genome editing in potato via CRISPR‐Cas9 ribonucleoprotein delivery. Physiologica Plantarum doi: 10.1111/ppl.12731

Burra, D.D., Lenman, M., Levander, F., Resjö, S. & Andreasson, E. 2018. Comparative membrane-associated proteomics of three different immune reactions in potatoInternational Journal of Molecular Sciences 19:538

Mesbah-Uddin, M., Guldbrandtsen, B., Iso-Touru, T., Vilkki, J., De Koning, D.J., Boichard, D., Lund, M.S., & Sahana, G. 2018. Genome-wide mapping of large deletions and their population-genetic properties in dairy cattleDNA Research 25: 49-59

Ulén, B. & Aronsson, H. 2018. Nitrogen and phosphorus leaching under the potential biennial oilseed plant Lepidium campestre L. in a field trialActa Agriculturae Scandinavica, Section B - Soil & Plant Science 68:555-561

Eriksson, M., Ghosh, R., Hansson, E., Basnet, S., & Lagerkvist, C. J. 2018. Environmental consequences of introducing genetically modified soy feed in Sweden. Journal of Cleaner Production 176: 46–53

Eriksson, D., de Andrade, E., Bohanec, B., Chatzopolou, S., Defez, R., Leiva Eriksson, N., van der Meer, P., van der Meulen, B., Ritala, A., Sági, L., Schiemann, J., Twardowski, T & Vaněk, T. 2018. Why the European Union needs a national GMO opt-in mechanismNature Biotechnology 36: 18-19

Zhao, X., Andersson, M. & Andersson, R. 2018. Resistant starch and other dietary fiber components in tubers from a high-amylose potatoFood Chemistry 251: 58-63

Eriksson, D. & Chatzopoulou, S. 2017. Responsible decision-making for plant research and breeding innovations in the European Union. GM Crops & Food 8(4)

Resjö, S., Brus, M., Ali, A., Meijer, H.G.J., Sandin, M., Govers, F., Levander, F., Grenville-Briggs, L., Andreasson, E. 2017. Proteomic analysis of Phytophthora infestans reveals the importance of cell wall proteins in pathogenicityMolecular and Cellular Proteomics 16:1958-1971

Butkowski, O.K., Pakseresht, A., Lagerkvist, C.J. & Bröring, S. 2017. Debunking the myth of consumer rejection of green genetic engineering: empirical evidence from GermanyInternational Journal of Consumer Studies 41:723-734

Pakseresht, A., McFadden, B.R. & Lagerkvist, C.J. 2017. Consumer acceptance of food biotechnology based on policy context and upstream acceptance: evidence from an artefactual field experimentEuropean Review of Agricultural Economics 44:757-780

Eriksson, D., Brinch-Pedersen, H. Chawade, A,. Holme, I.B., Hvoslef-Eide, T.A.K., Ritala, A., Teeri, T., & Thorstensen, T. 2017. Scandinavian perspectives on plant gene technology: applications, policies and progressPhysiologia Plantarum doi:10.1111/ppl.12661

Eriksson, S., Jonas, E., Rydhmer, L., & Röcklinsberg, H. 2017. Invited review: Breeding and ethical perspectives on genetically modified and genome edited cattleJournal of Dairy Science 101:1–17

Ivarson E., Iven T., Sturtevant D., Ahlman A., Cai Y., Chapman K., Feussner I., & Zhu L-H. 2017. Production of wax esters in the wild oil species Lepidium campestre. Industrial Crops & Products 108: 535–542

Zetterberg, C. & K. Edvardsson Björnberg. 2017. Time for a new EU regulatory framework for GM crops? Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 30:325-347

Andersson, M., Turesson, H., Nicolia, A., Fält, A-S., Samuelsson, M., & Hofvander, P. 2017. Efficient targeted multiallelic mutagenesis in tetraploid potato (Solanum tuberosum) by transient CRISPR-Cas9 expression in protoplasts. Plant Cell Reports 36: 117-128 

Sandin, P. 2017. How to label ‘natural’ foods: a matter of complexityFood Ethics 1-11

Eriksson, D., & Ammann, K. H. K. 2017. A universally acceptable view on the adoption of improved plant breeding techniquesFrontiers in Plant Science 7: 1999

Fischer, K. & Eriksson, C. 2016. Social science studies on European and African agriculture compared: Bringing together different strands of academic debate on GM cropsSustainability 8:1-17

Chawade, A., Alexandersson, E., Bengtsson, T., Andreasson, E., & Levander, F. 2016. Targeted proteomics approach for precision plant breeding. Journal of proteome research 15(2), 638-646

Zetterberg, C. 2016. Hur säkert är det att bedriva ekologiskt jordbruk? Om samexistens i jordbrukslandskapet. Nordic Environmental Law Journal 2016:1 161-170

Hess, S., Lagerkvist, C. J., Redekop, W., & Pakseresht, A. 2016. Consumers’ evaluation of biotechnologically modified food products: new evidence from a meta-survey. European Review of Agricultural Economics 43 (5): 703-736

Ganeteg, U., Ahmad, I., Jämtgård, S., Aguetoni‐Cambui, C., Inselsbacher, E., Svennerstam, H., Schmidt, S., & Näsholm, T. 2016. Amino acid transporter mutants of Arabidopsis provides evidence that a non‐mycorrhizal plant acquires organic nitrogen from agricultural soilPlant, Cell & Environment DOI:10.1111/pce.12881

Ivarson, E., Leiva Eriksson, N., Ahlman, A., Kanagarajan, S., Bülow, L., & Zhu, L. H. 2016. Effects of overexpression of WRI1 and hemoglobin genes on the seed oil content of Lepidium campestreFrontiers in Plant Science 7: 2032

Eriksson, D., Carlson-Nilsson, U., Ortíz, R., & Andreasson, E. 2016. Overview and breeding strategies of table potato production in Sweden and the Fennoscandian regionPotato Research 59: 279-294

Alexandersson, E., Mulugeta, T., Lankinen, Å., Liljeroth, E., & Andreasson, E. 2016. Plant resistance inducers against pathogens in Solanaceae species - from molecular mechanisms to field applicationInternational Journal of Molecular Sciences 17: 1673

Ivarsson, E., Ahlman A., Lager I., & Zhu, L-H. 2016. Significant increase of oleic acid level in the wild species Lepidium campestre through direct gene silencing. Plant Cell Reports 35: 2055-2063

Muneer, F., Andersson, M., Koch, K., Hedenqvist, M. S., Gällstedt, M., Plivelic, T. S., Menzel, C., Rhazi, L., & Kuktaite, R. 2016. Innovative Gliadin/Glutenin and Modified Potato Starch Green Composites: Chemistry, Structure, and Functionality Induced by Processing. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering  DOI:10.1021/acssuschemeng.6b00892

Rönnegård, L., McFarlane, S. E., Husby, A., Kawakami, T., Ellegren, H., & Qvarnström, A. 2016. Increasing the power of genome wide association studies in natural populations using repeated measures–evaluation and implementation. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 7(7), 792-799

Mao, X., Johansson, A. M., Sahana, G., Guldbrandtsen, B., & De Koning, D. J. 2016 Short communication: Imputation of markers on the bovine X chromosome. Journal of Dairy Science 99(9): 7313-7318

de Koning, D. J. 2016 Meuwissen et al. on Genomic Selection. Genetics 203: 5-7

Sahana, G., Iso-Touru, T., Wu, X., Nielsen, U. S., Koning, D. J., Lund, M. S., Vilkki, J., & Guldbrandtsen, B. 2016. A 0.5-Mbp deletion on bovine chromosome 23 is a strong candidate for stillbirth in Nordic Red cattle. Genetics Selection Evolution 48: 1

Gjerris, M., Gamborg, C., & Röcklinsberg, H. 2016 Ethical aspects of insect production for food and feed. Journal of Insects as Food and Feed 2: 101-110

Tidåker, P., Bergkvist, G., Bolinder, M., Eckersten, H., Johnsson, H., Kätterer, T., & Weih, M. 2016. Estimating the environmental footprint of barley with improved nitrogen uptake efficiency - a Swedish scenario study. European Journal of Agronomy, 80: 45-54

Sprink, T., Eriksson, D., Schiemann, J., & Hartung, F. 2016. Regulatory hurdles for genome editing: process-vs. product-based approaches in different regulatory contexts. Plant cell reports 1-14

Jonas, E., & de Koning, D.J. 2016. Goals and hurdles for a successful implementation of genomic selection in breeding programme for selected annual and perennial cropsBiotechnology and Genetic Engineering Reviews DOI:10.1080/02648725.2016.1177377

Hansson, S.O. 2016. How to be cautious but open to learning: time to update biotechnology and GMO legislationRisk Analysis  36: 1513-1517

Lenman, M., Ali, A., Mühlenbock, P., Carlson-Nilsson, U., Liljeroth, E., Champouret, N., Vleeshouwers, V.G.A.A., & Andreasson, E. 2015. Effector-driven marker development and cloning of resistance genes against Phytophthora infestans in potato breeding clone SW93-1015Theoretical and Applied Genetics 1-11

Brackin, R., Näsholm, T., Robinson, N., Guillou, S., Vinall, K., Lakshmanan, Schmidt, S., & Inselsbacher, E. 2015. Nitrogen fluxes at the root-soil interface show a mismatch of nitrogen fertilizer supply and sugarcane root uptake capacity. Scientific reports 5: 15727

Bassi, F. M., Bentley, A. R., Charmet G., Ortiz, R., & Crossa, J. 2015. Breeding schemes for the implementation of genomic selection in wheat (Triticum spp.). Plant Science DOI:10.1016/j.plantsci.2015.08.021

Kolseth, A. K., D’Hertefeldt, T., Emmerich, M., Forabosco, F., Marklund, S., Cheeke, T. E., Hallin, S., & Weih, M. 2015. Influence of genetically modified organisms on agro-ecosystem processesAgriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 214: 96-106

Menzel, C., Andersson, M., Andersson, R., Vázquez-Gutiérrez, J. L., Daniel, G., Langton, M., Gällstedt, M., & Koch, K. 2015. Improved material properties of solution cast starch films: Effect of varying amylopectin structure and amylose content of starch from genetically modified potatoesCarbohydrate Polymers 130: 388-397

Amuzu-Aweh, E.N., Bovenhuis, H., de Koning, D.J., & Bijma, P. 2015. Predicting heterosis for egg production traits in crossbred offspring of individual White Leghorn sires using genome-wide SNP dataGenetics Selection Evolution 47: 27 DOI:10.1186/s12711-015-0088-6

Orquin, J., & Lagerkvist, C.J. 2015. Effects of salience are both short- and long-livedActa Psychologica 160: 69-76

Fischer, K., Ekener Petersen, E., Rydhmer, L., & Edvardsson Björnberg, K. 2015. Social impacts of GM crops in agriculture: a systematic literature reviewSustainability 7(7): 8598-8620

Burra, D.D., Mühlenbock, P., & Andreasson, E. 2015. Salicylic and jasmonic acid pathways are necessary for defense against Dickeya solani as revealed by a novel method for Blackleg disease screening of in vitro grown potatoPlant Biology DOI:10.1111/plb.12339

Nicolia, A., Proux-Wéra, E., Åhman, I., Onkokesung, N., Andersson M., Andreasson, E., & Zhu, L-H. 2015.Targeted gene mutation in tetraploid potato through transient TALEN expression in protoplastsJournal of Biotechnology 204: 17-24

Edvardsson Björnberg, K., Marstorp, H., Jonas, E., & Tidåker, P. 2015. The role of biotechnology in sustainable agriculture: views and perceptions among key actors in the Swedish food supply chain.Sustainability 7(6): 7512-7529

Abreha, K.B., Alexandersson, E., Vossen, J.H., Anderson, P., & Andreasson, E. 2015. Inoculation of transgenic resistant potato by Phytophthora infestans affects host plant choice of a generalist mothPLOS One DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0129815

Wullschleger, S.W., Breen, A.M., Iversen, C.M., Olson, M.S., Näsholm, T., Ganeteg, U., Wallenstein, M.D., & Weston, D.J. 2015. Genomics in a changing Arctic: Critical questions await the molecular ecologistMolecular Ecology 24: 2301-2309

Moula, P., & Sandin, P. 2015. Evaluating ethical toolsMetaphilosophy 46: 263–279

Sandin, M., Chawade, A., & Levander, F. 2015. Is label-free LC-MS/MS ready for biomarker discovery?Proteomics Clinical Applications 9: 289–294

Orquin, J.L., Ashby, N., & Clarke, A. 2015. Areas of interest as a signal detection problem for behavioral eye tracking research. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making DOI:10.1002/bdm.1867

Jonas, E., & de Koning, D.J. 2015. Genomic selection needs to be carefully assessed to meet specific requirements in livestock breeding programs (Review). Frontiers in Genetics 6: 49

Muneer, F., Andersson, M., Koch, K., Menzel, C., Hedenqvist, M.S., Gällstedt, M., Plivelic, T.S., & Kuktaite, R. 2015. Nanostructural morphology of plasticized wheat gluten and modified potato starch composites: Relationship to mechanical and barrier properties. Biomacromolecules 16: 695-705

Chawade, A., Sandin, M., Teleman, J., Malmström, J., & Levander, F. 2015. Data processing has major impact on the outcome of quantitative label-free LC-MS analysisJournal of Proteome Research 14: 676-687

Teleman, J., Röst, H.L., Rosenberger, G., Schmitt, U., Malmström, L., Malmström, J., & Levander, F. 2015.DIANA-algorithmic improvements for analysis of data-independent acquisition MS dataBioinformatics 31: 555-562

Moula, P. 2015. GM Crops, the hubris argument and the nature of agricultureJournal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 28: 161-177

Chatzopoulou S. 2014. Unpacking the mechanisms of the EU ‘throughput’ governance legitimacy – the case of EFSAEuropean Politics and Society. DOI:10.1080/23745118.2014.974312

Franklin, O., Palmroth, S., & Näsholm, T. 2014. How eco-evolutionary principles may guide tree breeding and tree biotechnology for enhanced productionTree Physiology 34(11): 1149-1166

Näsholm, T., Palmroth, S., Ganeteg, U., Moshelion, M., Hurry, V., & Franklin, O. 2014. Genetics of superior growth traits in trees are being mapped but will the faster-growing risk-takers make it in the wild? Tree Physiology 34(11): 1141-1148

Geleta, M., Zhu, L.H., Stymne, S., Lehrman, A., & Hansson, S.O. 2014. Domestication of Lepidium campestre as part of Mistra Biotech, a research programme focused on agro-biotechnology for sustainable food, in Batello, C., Wade, L., Cox, S., Pogna, N., Bozzini, A., & Choptiany, J. (Eds.) Perennial crops for food security. Proceedings of the FAO expert workshop, Rome, Italy, 28-30 August 2013 (pp. 141-147). FAO, Italy.

Alexandersson, E., Jacobson, D., Vivier, M.A., Weckwerth, W., & Andreasson, E. 2014. Field-omics – understanding large-scale molecular data from fieldFrontiers in Plant Science 5 DOI:10.3389/fpls.2014.

Abera Desta, Z., & Ortiz, R. 2014. Genomic selection: genome-wide prediction in plant improvementTrends in Plant Science 19: 592-601

Ali, A., Alexandersson, E., Sandin, M., Resjö, S., Lenman, M., Hedley, P., Levander, F., & Andreasson, E. 2014. Quantitative proteomics and transcriptomics of potato in response to Phytophthora infestans in compatible and incompatible interactionsBMC Genomics 15: 497

Teleman, J., Dowsey, A.W., Gonzalez-Galarza, F.F., Perkins, S., Pratt, B., Rost, H., Malmström, L., Malmström, J., Jones, A.R., Deutsch, E.W., & Levander, F. 2014. Numerical compression schemes for proteomics mass spectrometry dataMolecular and Cellular Proteomics 13:1537-1542

Lonhienne, T.G.A., Trusov, Y., Young, A., Rentsch, D., Näsholm, T., Schmidt, S., & Paungfoo-Lonhienne, C. 2014. Effects of externally supplied protein on root morphology and biomass allocation in ArabidopsisScientific Reports 4: 5055

Baard, P., & Edvardsson Björnberg, K. 2014. Cautious utopias: Environmental goal-setting with long time framesEthics, Policy and Environment

Näsholm, T. 2014. Old roots contribute to nitrogen uptake by tree seedlingsTree Physiology 34(4): 331-333

Gruffman, L., Jämtgård, S., & Näsholm, T. 2014. Plant nitrogen status and co-occurrence of organic- and inorganic nitrogen sources influence root uptake by Scots pine seedlingsTree Physiology 34(2): 205-213

Chawade, A., Alexandersson, E., & Levander, F. 2014. Normalyzer: A tool for rapid evaluation of normalization methods for omics data setsJournal of Proteome Research 13: 3114–3120 

Oyewole, O., Inselsbacher, E., & Näsholm, T. 2014. Direct estimation of mass flow and diffusion of nitrogen compounds in solution and soilNew Phytologist 201: 1056-1064

Peschel, A.O., & Orquin, J.L. 2013. A review of the findings and theories on surface size effects on visual attention. Frontiers in Psychology 4: 902

Lidskog, R., Sundqvist, G., Kall, A-S., Sandin, P. & Larsson, S. 2013. Intensive forestry in Sweden: Stakeholders' evaluation of benefits and riskJournal of Integrative Environmental Sciences 10: 145-160

Ivarson, E., Ahlman, A., Li, X.Y. & Zhu, L.H. 2013. Development of an efficient regeneration and transformation method for the new potential oilseed crop Lepidium campestreBMC Plant Biology 13:115 

Peterson, M., & Sandin, P. 2013. The last man argument revisitedJournal of Value Inquiry 37: 121-133

Jonas, E., & de Koning, D.J. 2013. Does genomic selection have a future in plant breeding?  Trends in Biotechnology 31: 497–504

Orquin, J.L., & Mueller Loose, S. 2013. Attention and choice: A review on eye movements in decision makingActa Psychologica 144: 190-206

Hess, S., Lagerkvist, C.J., Redekop, W., & Pakseresht, A. 2013. Consumers' Evaluation of Biotechnology in Food Products: New Evidence from a Meta-Survey. Agricultural and Applied Economics Association 2013 Annual Meeting, August 4-6, 2013, Washington, D.C.

Bradu, C., Orquin, J.L., & Thøgersen, J. 2014. The mediated influence of a traceability label on consumer willingness to buy the labeled productJournal of Business Ethics 124: 283-295

Orquin, J.L., Bagger, M., & Mueller Loose, S. 2013. Learning affects top down and bottom up modulation of eye movements in decision makingJudgment and Decision Making 8: 700-716. Judgment and Decision Making 8: 700-716

Sandin, P., Mårald, E., Davison, A., Nye D.E., & Thompson, P.B. 2013. Book Symposium on The Agrarian Vision: Sustainability and Environmental Ethics by Paul B. ThompsonPhilosophy and Technology 26: 301-320

Forabosco, F., Sundström, F.L., and Rydhmer, L. 2013. An algorithm for the identification of genetically modified animalsTrends in Biotechnology 31: 272-274

Forabosco, F., Löhmus, M., Rydhmer, L., and Sundström, L.F.  2013. Genetically modified farm animals and fish in agriculture: A review.  Livestock Science 153: 1-9

Forabosco, F. and Rydhmer, L. 2012. The current status and future prospects of genetically modified farm animals in EuropeGenomics and Quantitative Genetics 5: 1-4

Hansson, S.O., and Joelsson, K. 2012. Crop Biotechnology for the Environment? Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics DOI:10.1007/s10806-012-9405-z