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Coat protein gene in the host plant inhibits replica- In terms of plant-produced insecticides, the only tion of that virus. In addition to being the struc- insecticidal compounds that currently are commer- tural component of virus particles, coat proteins cialized are the toxin proteins naturally produced also play a role in determining the host range of the by Bt. These proteins are highly specific in their virus and serve other functions as well. For some toxic effects. One group of these proteins affects virus groups, other viral genes have been used suc- only certain species of caterpillars whereas others cessfully to limit disease.

An alternative approach, direct gene GMOs to be used as food are moving away from transfer via a “gene gun” or electroporation, avoids these genes. Ongoing efforts are under way to iden- the potential for inserting unnecessary vector DNA tify other types of genes useful as markers and to because no vector is used. Other transformation develop methods for removing marker genes before methods make it possible to insert transgenes into GM products get to the market. It is worth noting chloroplast DNA.

Light, or various other types of stimuli activate other inducible promoters. The next generation of GMOs is expected to make use of these more sophisticated gene regulatory sequences that can contribute to reducing potential risks. Cells transformed by Agrobacterium-mediated Laboratory containment Physical containment of transgenic plants and plant cells within laboratories, tissue culture facilities, and growth cabinets is maintained by good DNA transfer methods usually contain, in addition laboratory practice.

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