BIS: Indiana University Faces Administrative Penalty for Unlicensed Export of Genetically Modified Fruit Flies

BIS: Indiana University Faces Administrative Penalty for Unlicensed Export of Genetically Modified Fruit Flies

Indiana University was assessed an administrative penalty as a settlement to allegations of violations involving the export of genetically modified fruit flies. IU sent these fruit flies, who produce a subunit of controlled toxin (ricin A), to many research institutions and universities without required export licenses. They filed a VSD, cooperated, and took remedial measures.

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