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DID YOU KNOW ?:

*****BIOTECHNOLOGY DID NOT QUALIFY FOR MANDATORY REPIRATOR PROTECTION UNTIL 1998

*****EXPOSURES TO BIOLOGICS ARE NOT AS SAFE AS THOUGHT

BIOLOGICS DEFINITION:
*commercial products derived from biotechnology.

BIOTECHNOLOGY DEFINITION:
*the manipulation (as through genetic engineering) of living organisms or their components to produce useful usually commercial products (as pest resistant crops, new bacterial strains, or novel pharmaceuticals); also : any of various applications of biological science used in such manipulation

BIOLOGICS = BIOTECHNOLOGY DID NOT QUALIFY FOR MANDATORY REPIRATOR PROTECTION UNTIL 1998

Protecting Employees - Original Occupational Safety and Health Act; OSH Act of 1970

When the United States established the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), after the passing of the OSH Act of 1970 , working men and women believed they could go to work each day without concern for their mandated rights  to a safe and healthy workplace environment.

OSH Act of 1970 Included Mandated Respiratory Protection; however it Excluded Biological Hazards & Blood-borne Pathogens

Included in the OSH Act of 1970; OSHA had adopted the Respiratory Protection Standards (29 CFR 1910.134 and 29 CFR 1926.103); to protect employees who were exposed to hazardous air contaminants in the workplace. Following is an extremely small example of some of those hazards, including their applicable Code of Federal Regulations (none are biological):

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Through the years, there had been numerous changes to the Respiratory Protection Standards of the OSH Act of 1970; by the additions to and/or removal of sections and/or subsections by way of revisions and amendments. However, biological hazards / blood-borne pathogens were not included.

biohaz stickerSIt wasn't until 1998, almost three decades after the passing of the OSH Act of 1970, did OSHA release the first revision to the Respiratory Protection Standard (with the same name and number). This revision included exposures to biological hazards and blood-borne pathogens. 

The 1998 revision of the Respiratory Protection standard was published in the Federal Register Vol. 63, No. 5 Thursday January 8, 1998, Rules and Regulations.

What is not known by many; is there is (AND WAS) a Mandatory Medical Evaluation Questionnaire [see Appendix C to § 1910.134: OSHA Respirator Medical Evaluation Questionnaire [This can be found in the above referenced Federal Register Vol. 63, No. 5 Thursday January 8, 1998 beginning in the top of the foremost right column on page 1282]. The instructions begin with:

"To the employer: Answers to questions in Section 1, and to question 9 in Section 2 of Part A, do not require a medical examination." 

Part A. Section 1. (Mandatory) The following information must be provided by every employee who has been selected to use any type of respirator (please print).

1. Today's date:_______________________________________________________

2. Your name:__________________________________________________________

3. Your age (to nearest year):_________________________________________

4. Sex (circle one): Male/Female

5. Your height: __________ ft. __________ in.

6. Your weight: ____________ lbs.

7. Your job title:_____________________________________________________

8. A phone number where you can be reached by the health care professional who reviews this questionnaire (include the Area Code): ____________________

9. The best time to phone you at this number: ________________

10. Has your employer told you how to contact the health care professional who will review this questionnaire (circle one): Yes/No

11. Check the type of respirator you will use (you can check more than one category):
a. ______ N, R, or P disposable respirator (filter-mask, non-cartridge type only).
b. ______ Other type (for example, half- or full-facepiece type, powered-air purifying, supplied-air, self-contained breathing apparatus).

12. Have you worn a respirator (circle one): Yes/No

If "yes," what type(s):___________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________

Part A. Section 2. (Mandatory) Questions 1 through 9 below must be answered by every employee who has been selected to use any type of respirator (please circle ''yes'' or ''no'').

(Question) 9. Would you like to talk to the health care professional who will review this questionnaire about your answers to this questionnaire: Yes/No"

*Employee Exposure To Airborne Contaminants, Physical hazards, and Biological Agents Necessary and Appropriate

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Part A. Section 2.

9. Would you like to talk to the health care professional who will review this questionnaire about your answers to this questionnaire: Yes/No

Just recently; USA Today's articles "Inside America's secretive biolabs", "Labs cited for 'serious' security failures in research with bioterror germs" and "New lab incidents fuel fear, safety concerns in Congress"  have raised some extremely important information of which some concerns spoken of are; research and development laboratories are being protected by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the CDC, as well as several other Federal and state agencies, and the article, New lab incidents fuel fear, safety concerns in Congress  states, "... because they're deemed to pose serious threats to people and agriculture and could potentially be used as bioweapons" and "Federal regulators have secretly threatened to revoke permits to study bioterror pathogens"

 

Last Updated on Monday, 02 July 2018 14:43
 

NOVEL FUNGUS, MUSCODOR ALBUS VOLITALS POSE SIGNIFICANT HUMAN HEALTH HAZARD

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Agraquest's Muscodor Albus is cause for more concern for everyone who worked at

Agraquest if they were exposes to it.

Also of concern is the the surrounding community and the public at large.  This concern pertains to the fungus Muscodor Albus [QST 20799]; which was only one of the vast microorganisms that Agraquest touts to be 23,000 micoorganisms.

The United States Department of Agriculture; ResearchEducation & Economics Information System

**Source: OREGAN STATE UNIVERSITY.. submitted to C R I S

***TITLE: BIOFUMIGATION OF BARK BASED MEDIA WITH MUSCODOR ALBUS

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NOTE:  THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION HAS BEEN REMOVED BY THE USDA, & IT HAS TO BE RELOADED ON THIS WEBSITE.  WHAT HAS BEEN PUT ON COMMENTS WHEN I TRY TO SUBMIT THIS INFORMATION CONTAINS THE THE FOLLOWING:

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"It was necessary to modify the project.... Muscordor albus cultures and inoculum, and in light of new information on the health hazard of volatiles released by M. Albus."  "Meanwhile, Agraquest, Inc. (Davis, CA) obtained an exclusive license for use of M. albusAll experiments with M. Albus, including those with cultures grown in university labs, require a Materials Transfer Agreement (MTA) with Agraquest, Inc.  An MTA between Agraquest and Oregon State University, completed in Sept. 2009, stipulated that Agraquest would provide OSU with a rye formulation of M. Albus.  However, in the process of pursuing EPA registration,

Agraquest discovered that volatiles produced by the fungus pose a significant human health hazard.  Agraquest is no longer making or handling Muscodor formulations, is no longer pursuing EPA registration, and is discouraging the scientific community from working with this organism because of the toxicity of the active  ingredient."

 

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***Toxicology Reports (Muscodor albus) from the Canadian Journal of Microbiology and Cornell University Studies on Muscodor Albus were provided by Dr. Jack Dwayne Thrasher, Phd, Toxicologist.

1. Can J Microbiol 2009 Feb;55(2).203=6

thumb_muscodor1THRASHER Effect of water activity on the production of volatile organic compounds by Muscodor albus and their effect of three pathogens in stored potato: Corcuff R Mercier, Tweeddel R Arul J.; SOURCE: horticultural Research Centre, Pavillon de 1"Envirotron, Universite, Quebec, Canada

"Rye grain culture of the fungus produced six alcohols, three aldehydes, five acids or esters, and two terpenoids.  the most abundant VOC were: isobutric acid; buulnesene, a sesquiterpene; an unidentifed terpene.

 

 

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2.  Cornell Universite Animal Science; Sesquiterpene Lactones and their toxicity to livestock

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Agraquest's QST 20799 - [Muscodor Albus] was discovered in Honduras by Gary Strobel [ received his PhD at University of California - Davis ].  The February 2006 Bulletin of Puget Sound Mycological Society reveals Agraquest uses "professional microbe hunters, mainly academics who prowl wilderness areas" looking for a new or 'novel' microorganism/s. The bulletin also says, Strobel licensed Muscodor Albus to Agraquest "for around $100,000, plus royalties".

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Was Muscodor Albus in Agraquest’s ‘culture collection at the time “Research Technician / Assistant Researcher” was with the company?  Was he exposed to it?

Gary Strobel discovered this fungus in 1997, as is described in Biocontrol News and Information 28(4), 67N–83N pestscience.com ; GENERAL NEWS (pages 69N & 70N) and Strobel's United States Patent # 6,911,338; Endophytic fungi and methods of use. *NOTE: Denise C Manker; one of Agraquest's founding scientist is listed as one of the inventors.  [It was Manker who testified against “Research Technician / Assistant Researcher” during his worker's compensation trial.]

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When comparing what came from “Research Technician / Assistant Researcher” nose, coupled with the picture of Muscodor Albus “Coiled Hyphae”; in The Discovery of Muscodor albus - A presentation for the 3rd International biofumigation symposium [page 14],

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The 4/1999 and 6/1999 submission to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) by Agraquest of "new active ingredient" (QST713 - bacillus subtilis) only received a "CONDITIONAL TIME-LIMITED REGISTRATION from the EPA on 6/20/2000

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Agraquest's submission to the EPA in 1999 of "new active ingredient" (QST713 - bacillus subtilis) AND in support of their pesticide petition

Agraquest's  4/26/1999 submission,"EPA has received a pesticide petition 8F5032 from AgraQuest, Inc., 1105 Kennedy Place, Davis, California 95616, proposing pursuant to section 408(d) of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FFDCA), 21 U.S.C. 346a(d), to amend 40 CFR part 180 to establish an exemption from the requirement of a tolerance for the microbial pesticide Bacillus subtilis QST 713 strain in or on all raw agricultural commodities (RAC).

Pursuant to section 408(d)(2)(A)(i) of the FFDCA, as amended, AgraQuest, Inc. has submitted the following summary of information, data, and arguments in support of their pesticide petition. This summary was prepared by AgraQuest, Inc. and EPA has not fully evaluated the merits of the pesticide petition. The summary may have been edited by EPA if the terminology used was unclear, the summary contained extraneous material, or the summary unintentionally made the reader conclude that the findings reflected EPA's position and not theposition of the petitioner."

Agraquest's 6/16/1999 submission, "2. File Symbol: 69592-L. Applicant: Agraquest Inc., 1105 KennedyPlace, Davis, CA 95616. Product Name: QST 713 Technical. Microbial Fungicide. Active ingredient: QST 713 strain of dried Bacillus subtilis at 5%. Proposed classification/Use: None. For use in manufacturing or formulating end-use products to control various fungal plant pathogens and terrestrial use.

**Agraquest only received a "CONDITIONAL TIME-LIMITED REGISTRATION [view 4 page form→HERE ] from the EPA on 6/20/2000 (Janet L. Anderson, Ph.D, Director - Biopesticides and Pollutions Preventon Division) as the EPA themselves found fault....

Listed on the above June 20, 2000 "Conditional Time-Limited" Registration for QST 713 Technical:

•The submitted manufacturing processed did not have sufficient quality control fermentation batches.

Data required

Data for the 12 month storage stability of the end-use product has not been submitted.

•Additional data described in the December 12, 1999 review and March 8 2000 letter are required to upgrade submitted process, MRID# 44519-04 to acceptable.  This includes:

•1) A formal submission that clearly describes new quality control steps taken to assure the consistent CFU/g values and limit microbial impurities in the Technical Powder.

•2) A 5 batch analysis of Technical Powder produced from cell cultures with latest QC.

•3)   Raw data for the above mentioned 5 batch analyses.

Ecological Effects Data Required

A 21 day Freshwater Aquatic Invertebrate Study must be performed.  Attenuated and filter sterilized controls should be used in the test. Test lab should attempt to determine cause of death and whether pathogenicity involved.

•[Shrimp] Required due to report of disease in terrestrial amphipod crustacean associated with B. subtilis infection. Protocol must be submitted before initiating study.

•QST Technical was shown to cause mortality to parasitic Hymenoptera.  MRID 44619-14 is graded supplemental. Potential pathogenicity was not investigated.

•[HONEY BEE] All test concentrations showed treatment related mortality. MRID 4456519-17 is supplemental due to the short test duration and the lack of a determination as to whether mortality was due to toxicity only or whether pathogenicity contributed.

PLEASE NOTE:  The submissions of April , 1999 and  June , 1999 by Agraquest to the EPA were one of the products, [QST Technical wettable powder] that “Research Technician / Assistant Researcher” had transferred from LARGE drums into 24 pound bags for shipment.  He was told "it was safe" and didn't wear a respirator.

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Agraquest's QST 713

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"One" of the Agraquest Products that the injured/ill Assistant Researcher was exposed to was QST 713 Bacillus Subtilis Technical.  This was the Seven Hundred Thirteenth microorganisms that Agraquest "screened".  This bacterium was also discovered in a peach orchard by Agraquest scientist, Sherry Heins.

The 4/1999 and 6/1999 submission to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) by Agraquest of "new active ingredient" (QST713 - bacillus subtilis) only received a "CONDITIONAL TIME-LIMITED REGISTRATION from the EPA on 6/20/2000 (Janet L. Anderson, Ph.D, Director - Biopesticides and Pollutions Prevention Division) as the EPA themselves found fault.... Storage Stability, Manufacturing Process - toxicity/pathogenicity to; Freshwater Fish, Freshwater aquatic invertebrate, paleomonetes vulgaris (shrimp) and HONEY BEES.

Alarming reasons were questions to cause of death in Freshwater Aquatic Invertebrate, question of Bacillus Subtilis infection in shrimp, questions of death to "HONEY BEES" and Agraquest DID NOT meet guideline requirements in their submission (studies) on the toxicity and pathogenicity to "FRESH WATER FISH".

[See the four (4) page EPA form here→ June 20, 2000 "Conditional Time-Limited" Registration for QST 713  Technical]

Listed on the above June 20, 2000 "Conditional Time-Limited" Registration for QST 713 Technical:

The submitted manufacturing processed did not have sufficient quality control fermentation batches.

Data required

Data for the 12 month storage stability of the end-use product has not been submitted.

Additional data described in the December 12, 1999 review and March 8 2000 letter are required to upgrade submitted process, MRID# 44519-04 to acceptable.  This includes:

•1) A formal submission that clearly describes new quality control steps taken to assure the consistent CFU/g values and limit microbial impurities in the Technical Powder.

•2) A 5 batch analysis of Technical Powder produced from cell cultures with latest QC.

•3)   Raw data for the above mentioned 5 batch analyses.

Ecological Effects Data Required

•A 21 day Freshwater Aquatic Invertebrate Study must be performed.  Attenuated and filter sterilized controls should be used in the test. Test lab should attempt to determine cause of death and whether pathogenicity involved.

•[Shrimp] Required due to report of disease in terrestrial amphipod crustacean associated with B. subtilis infection. Protocol must be submitted before initiating study.

QST Technical was shown to cause mortality to parasitic Hymenoptera.  MRID 44619-14 is graded supplemental. Potential pathogenicity was not investigated.

•[HONEY BEE] All test concentrations showed treatment related mortality. MRID 4456519-17 is supplemental due to the short test duration and the lack of a determination as to whether mortality was due to toxicity only or whether pathogenicity contributed.

PLEASE NOTE:  The submissions of April 28, 1999 and  June 19, 1999 by Agraquest to the EPA were one of the products, [QST Technical wettable powder] which the injured/ill Assistant Researcher was instructed to transferred, from LARGE drums, to 24 pound bags for shipment.  He was told "it was safe" and "it wouldn't hurt a fly". He didn't wear a respirator.

 

 

Some Important Information on Agraquest, The Company Searching The World For "Novel" Microorganisms

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Agraquest is the biotechnology company that searches throughout the world for the "novel" microorganism (fungus, bacteria) to be used in the place of chemicals for diseases of plants and insect control.  Although not known unless it has affected someone close to you, these plant diseases also produce diseases in humans as well.   Remember, when a new microorganism is found it has to be screened and identified (if possible) and then it is tested on various bacteria and fungal diseases of plants or against insects.  This took place in David's workplace environment at Agraquest.   David Bell and many other microbiologist like him are exposed daily, and more times than not, without knowledge to these human disease producing microorganisms that are in their workplace environment.

Where does Agraquest "search" for the "novel" microorganism? [Meaning of "novel"; "of a new kind; different from anything seen or known before"]  Agraquest and/or it’s representatives have made public where they search for these microorganisms in soil, plants, plant roots, lichen, leaves and/or it’s litter, mulch and other decaying organic matter, fruit, bird feathers, dead insects, lake beds, forests, dunes and ocean caves, animals from terrestrial sources, marine sources (sponges, sea urchins, etc.) insects of all kinds,  rain forests, jungles, dry creek beds, orchards, farm fields, and gardens.  This is only what has been published.  (This information was obtained through searching articles and interviews by or about Agraquest.  (This information was obtained through searching articles and interviews by or about Agraquest. “Excerpts” from these references can be viewed [  HERE ]

Included within these "excerpts" is the article: "March of agricultural technology continues, Bio-warriors come in from the cold" (August 24, 2000) in which states:

•"Partnering in the project with Davis, CA-based AgraQuest are Drs. Elena Stepanova and Elena Ryabchikova, State Research Center of Virology and Biotechnology ("Vector"), New Siberia Region, Russia."

•"[Vector} once a top secret biological warfare research facility in the Soviet Union"

Also included in the "excerpts" in the article, "Recruiting microbes to do the dirty work";By Michael Kanellos Staff Writer, CNET News.com - April 11, 2006 in which states:

•"The microbe for root-knot nematodes studied at AgraQuest was discovered in an Eastern European creek by scientists once associated with a bioweapons lab in Siberia. The company's first product, Serenade, derives from a microorganism found in a peach orchard near Fresno, Calif., where a farmer had noted that a particular strand of trees never got hit with the dreaded brown rot. And the active ingredient in a fungicide called Sonata is a patented strain of Bacillus pumilus, originally found in a garden in Micronesia."

Agraquest's product QST 20,799 is the fungus, muscodor albus that was found in a cinnamon tree in Honduras.

The point is that microbes, fungus and bacteria from locations from the around the world have been and still are at the Agraquest lab. These are "known",  "WHAT" are the "unknown"?

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*IS THE WORLD BEING  LED TO BELIEVE THAT ONLY "NATURAL" (naturally found in the environment)  BACTERIA AND/OR FUNGUS IS ONLY BEING USED IN MICROBIAL PRODUCTS; BIOPESTICIDES, BIOINSECTICIDES, BIOFUNGICIDES ETC. WHICH ARE BEING USED ON OUR FOOD CROPS, ORNAMENTALS AND/OR USED FOR INSECT CONTROL?   THIS IS NOT ALWAYS THE CASE... "MUTANTS" ARE BEING USED THAT THE PUBLIC IS NOT AWARE OF
Are we being led to believe these microbial products are safe??
*It seems that using "mutants" and mutants created using recombinant techniques. (last 2 patents below) doesn’t qualify the claim of "naturally found" bacteria and fungus which are claimed as being the “active ingredient” in microbial biocontrol products.
*When searching the United States Patent Office for the search terms of “Agraquest” and “mutants” the results were twenty (20) United States patents; that were assigned to Agraquest alone and furthermore does not take into account International patents. These patents uses the wording; mutants, mutants thereof and/or recombinant techniques.  There are many MANY more patents that don't list Agraquest as the holder of the patent; but Agraquest's scientists were listed as "inventors" on other company patents. (these are not listed below)
*The reader is invited; NO... encouraged to view the following twenty (20) Agraquest United States patents and decide for themselves whether we can be 100% certain that only “naturally found in the environment” bacteria and/or fungus is being used on our food crops, ornamentals and/or used for insect control.... OR are mutants being used?

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PRESENTATION - FRAUD IN THE COURT - COMMITTED BY JUDGE SUZANNE F. DUGAN IN CALIFORNIA WORKERS COMPENSATION SYSTEM; by Sandi Trend

VIDEO - INJURED AGRAQUEST BIOTECH WORKER, DAVID BELL TELLS HIS STORY; by Labor Video Project

VIDEO - Workers Comp, The Destruction Of Ca-OSHA/EPA And The Case Of David Bell; by Labor Video Project

VIDEO - Conflict of Interest By Judge Says Sandi Trend, Mother of Injured Agraquest Biotech Worker Bell; by Labor Video Project

VIDEO - INJURED WORKERS AND ADVOCATES DEMAND THAT INSURANCE COMP FRAUD BE PROSECUTED; by Labor Video Project

VIDEO - 12/10/2009; SANDI TREND, MOTHER OF INJURED BIOTECH WORKER DAVID BELL ASKS CALIFORNIA COMMISSION ON HEALTH AND SAFETY & WORKERS COMPENSATION WHAT "GAMING THE SYSTEM IS?"; by Labor Video Project

VIDEO - Injured Worker, DAVID BELL's Mother Charges Fraud On 9/9/2009 At the California Department of Insurance; Fraud Assessment Comission Meeting; by Labor Video Project

VIDEO - JUNE 17, 2009 SANDI TREND SPEAKS OUT ABOUT FRAUD BY DISTRICT ATTORNEYS AT THE CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE; FRAUD ASSESSMENT COMMISSION; by Labor Video Project

AUDIO - KDRT 95.7 PODCAST of Davis California's Journalist Interview - with David Bell, Doug Haney and Sandi Trend; by Davis, CA Journalist, David Greenwald *Yolo Judicial Watch)

ARTICLE - Biotech Workers Struggle For Safety Measures; by Seth Sandrosky: The Populist

ARTICLE - Biotech canaries - Sickened workers get little relief; by Seth Sandrosky: The Sacramento News & Review

ARTICLE - MARCH-APRIL 2010: COUNCIL FOR RESPONSIBLE GENETICS "GeneWatch MAGAZINE EDITORIAL on David Bell and Agraquest titled; TeaTime In The Lab; by GeneWatch Editor, Sam Anderson

ARTICLE - The Fungus and Bacteria of Deregulation and biotech Worker David Bell; by Steve Zeltzer - LaborNet.org

ARTICLE - Cal-Osha: Going Down The Tubes?; by Larry Rose MD, MPH Cal/OSHA Medical Unit

ARTICLE - The Last Physician/Medical Officer Position is Eliminated at Cal/OSHA; by Larry Rose MD, MPH Cal/OSHA Medical Unit

ARTICLE - Blood, phlegm and tears; by Seth Sandronsky - Sacramento News & Review

ARTICLE - The Criminal Cover-up Of Pam Marrone's Agraquest Operation; www.indybay.org/newsitems Central Valley | Labor & Workers

ARTICLE - Toxic Dump Sites And Agraquest/Pam Marrone Case May Get Light In Davis, California Hearing; by David Greenwald - Central Valley | Environment & Forest Defense | Health, Housing, and Public Services | Labor & Workers

ARTICLE - Local biotech employee says health affected by work.. Officials say no threat to public health; by California Aggie - Oooja Kumar

BLOG - Biotech Worker Safety; by JEEG, The Council for Responsible Genetics - GeneWatch

BLOG - Mother of Injured Biotech Worker Speaks Out On Conflicts Of Interest; by JEEG..."This could prove sufficient evidence to reopen the worker's compensation claim." by Council for Responsible Genetics

BLOG - MAN BECOMES INFECTED WHILE WORKING AT BIOTECH, AGRAQUEST; by WatchDog on Science

BLOG - Did Davis Biotech Firm Expose Davis to Potentially Dangerous Pathogens?; by The People's Vanguard of Davis

BLOG - California Aggie Covers Issue of Agraquest; Yolo County Health Discounts Health Concerns; by The People's Vanguard of Davis

BLOG - The Vanguard's Article on AgraQuest Provokes Strong Response From both County Health Director and Building Owner; by The People's Vanguard of Davis

BLOG - Did Congressman Lungren Ignore Potential National Security Threat Posed By AgraQuest's Imporation of Foreign Soils?; by The People's Vanguard of Davis

 



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