The GMOseek matrix: a decision support tool for optimizing the detection of genetically modified plants

Last updated on 23-8-2019 by Anonymous (non vérifié)

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Background: Since their first commercialization, the diversity of taxa and the genetic composition of transgenesequences in genetically modified plants (GMOs) are constantly increasing. To date, the detection of GMOs andderived products is commonly performed by PCR-based methods targeting specific DNA sequences introducedinto the host genome. Information available regarding the GMOs’ molecular characterization is dispersed and notappropriately organized. For this reason, GMO testing is very challenging and requires more complex screeningstrategies and decision making schemes, demanding in r…

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