A Microarray-based Detection System for Genetically Modified (GM) Food Ingredients

@article{Leimanis2005AMD,
  title={A Microarray-based Detection System for Genetically Modified (GM) Food Ingredients},
  author={Serge Leimanis and Marta Hern{\'a}ndez and Sophie Fern{\'a}ndez and Francine Boyer and Malcolm Burns and Shirin Bruderer and Thomas Glouden and Neil Harris and Othmar Kaeppeli and Patrick Philipp and Maria Pla and Pere Puigdom{\'e}nech and Marc Vaitilingom and Yves Bertheau and Jos{\'e} Remacle},
  journal={Plant Molecular Biology},
  year={2005},
  volume={61},
  pages={123-139}
}
A multiplex DNA microarray chip was developed for simultaneous identification of nine genetically modified organisms (GMOs), five plant species and three GMO screening elements, i.e. the 35S promoter, the nos terminator and the nptII gene. The chips also include several controls, such as that for the possible presence of CaMV. The on-chip detection was performed directly with PCR amplified products. Particular emphasis was placed on the reduction of the number of PCR reactions required and on… CONTINUE READING

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