Interlaboratory transfer of a PCR multiplex method for simultaneous detection of four genetically modified maize lines: Bt11, MON810, T25, and GA21.

@article{Hernndez2005InterlaboratoryTO,
  title={Interlaboratory transfer of a PCR multiplex method for simultaneous detection of four genetically modified maize lines: Bt11, MON810, T25, and GA21.},
  author={Marta Hern{\'a}ndez and David Rodr{\'i}guez-L{\'a}zaro and David Zhang and Teresa Valverde Esteve and Maria Pla and Salom{\'e} Prat},
  journal={Journal of agricultural and food chemistry},
  year={2005},
  volume={53 9},
  pages={3333-7}
}
The number of cultured hectares and commercialized genetically modified organisms (GMOs) has increased exponentially in the past 9 years. Governments in many countries have established a policy of labeling all food and feed containing or produced by GMOs. Consequently, versatile, laboratory-transferable GMO detection methods are in increasing demand. Here, we describe a qualitative PCR-based multiplex method for simultaneous detection and identification of four genetically modified maize lines… CONTINUE READING

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