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Fig. 14 | Malaria Journal

Fig. 14

From: Systematic identification of plausible pathways to potential harm via problem formulation for investigational releases of a population suppression gene drive to control the human malaria vector Anopheles gambiae in West Africa

Fig. 14

Pathway 12 Human health: Potential incidental ingestion or inhalation of dsxFCRISPRh transgenic material could cause specific allergic or toxicological responses in humans beyond responses to non-transgenic material. The plausibility of this potential harm and its pathway is likely to rest on weight of evidence from literature [141] and analogous situations in programmes employing other species, e.g. SIT, rather than from definitive evidence from specific laboratory studies

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