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  • APP204075

    Decision notified date: 21/08/2020

    To develop genetically modified human cells for the packaging and testing of 3rd generation self-inactivating lentiviral vectors, to be used to genetically modi...

  • APP204036

    Decision notified date: 16/06/2020

    to conduct 80L-100L fermentation in containment of the non-pathogenic genetically modified Vibrio cholerae to optimise its fermentation parameters

  • APP203832

    Decision notified date: 17/04/2020

    To develop in containment by low-risk genetic modifications risk group 1 and risk group 2 microorganisms isolated from plants for research purposes with the goa...

  • APP203947

    Decision notified date: 26/03/2020

    To develop in containment low-risk GMO's for research and teaching purposes to understand how plants respond on a molecular and organismal level to abiotic and ...

  • APP203846

    Decision notified date: 20/03/2020

    to develop in containment, genetically modified Phytophthora agathidicida to investigate the biochemical mechanisms that regulate the physiology and behaviour o...

  • APP203942

    Decision notified date: 17/02/2020

    To develop genome-edited pigs in indoor containment for improved immune compatibility with humans.

  • APP203967

    Decision notified date: 30/01/2020

    To develop in containment continuous (immortalised) cell-lines from various tissues from Oncorhynchus tshawytscha (Chinook salmon) using transfected plasmid-bor...

  • APP203504

    Decision notified date: 24/01/2020

    To develop low-risk GM organisms for research and teaching purposes. Organisms will include low-risk microorganisms, cell lines, laboratory animals, invertebra...

  • APP203629

    Decision notified date: 13/11/2019

    to develop in containment murine cell lines using replication-defective retroviral gene delivery systems for biomedical research to identify mechanisms in vitro...

  • APP203825

    Decision notified date: 08/07/2019

    to teach site directed mutagenesis and cloning techniques using green fluorescent protein from the jellyfish Aequorea victoria and the bacterium E.coli