Introduction of the Detection Methods of Genetic Modifications Content in Food, Feed and Cosmetic Products

TitleIntroduction of the Detection Methods of Genetic Modifications Content in Food, Feed and Cosmetic Products
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2008
AuthorsBlume, Ya.B, Bannikova, MO, Karpov, PA, Komarnitsky, IK, Kuchuk, MV, Sorochinsky, BV
Short TitleNauka innov.
SectionScientific and Technical Innovative Projects of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
Methods of genetically modified soybean, rape seeds, sugar beet and potato detection have been developed. To test above-mentioned cultivars and their products with the help of polymerase chain reaction the sets of oligonucleotide primers have been designed and synthesized. The manual to detect genetically modified components in plant raw materials, feed and food has been developed.
Keywordsdetection, genetically modified plants, polymerase chain reaction
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