Retraction Watch reports that a paper by Séralini and colleagues, which was published, criticized roundly multiple times, then retracted by the editor, has found a new home in a new journal. As with the first round, there are extremely weird publicity practices in play here, reported at Embargo Watch.
My biggest complaint in the previous round, disclosing conflicts of interest from a book and movie about this research, has not been addressed in the new paper.
This is an interesting turn of events.
Séralini G-E, Clair E, Mesnage R, Gress S, Defarge N, Malatesta M, Hennequin D, de Vendômois JS. 2014. Republished study: long-term toxicity of a Roundup herbicide and a Roundup-tolerant genetically modified maize. Environmental Sciences Europe 26:14. http:/dx.doi.org/10.1186/s12302-014-0014-5
Séralini G-E, Mesnage R, Defarge N, de Vendômois JS. 2014. Conflicts of interests, confidentiality and censorship in health risk assessment: the example of an herbicide and a GMO. Environmental Sciences Europe 26: 13. http:/dx.doi.org/10.1186/s12302-014-0013-6
Retracted Séralini GMO-rat study republished
Séralini republishes retracted GMO-rats paper, again with an unusual embargo
Paper claiming GM link with tumours re-published
What did you think those film crews were doing in the lab?
Why not retract the rat cancer / GM corn paper?
Fallout from “GM food causes cancers in rats” paper
Editors retract paper claiming GM food caused cancer in rats
Hat tip to Kelly Hills and Scicurious.