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Whole Foods Market(R) Partners With Non-GMO Project to Label Company's Private Label Food Products Using New Third-Party Standard

...s on the production of GMOs, due to environmental impact and concerns about gmo safety," said Megan Thompson, executive director of the Non-GMO Project. ...re is no U.S. regulation regarding disclosure on products manufactured with gmo ingredients, we are committed to helping our shoppers make confident choice...

Frost & Sullivan Honours GELITA for Developing European Health Ingredient of the Year

...ORTIGEL(R) effectively combats the wear and tear of joints brought about by age and stress. FORTIGEL(R) does not contain gluten, purine, tryptophan, gmo and cholesterol, and thus is not associated with the risk of any allergy or side effects. Its neutral taste and odour, coupled with its excellent solu...

IdentiGEN's DNA TraceBack(R) Receives USDA Process Verified Program Approval

...e, have the tools to unequivocally trace the identity of meat back to its source. IdentiGEN is also a major provider of BSE (or "mad cow disease") and gmo (or genetically-modified organism) testing services in Europe. Additional information about IdentiGEN can be found at http://www.identigen.com . ...

GMO Corn Causes Liver, Kidney Problems in Rats: Study

...dependent research, published in a peer-reviewed journal, has proved that a gmo authorized for human consumption presents signs of toxicity," Arnaud Apotek...etic modification technology is unproven and potentially dangerous and that gmo crops can contaminate other crops. The industry says the technology o...

Greenpeace takes legal action against Thailand over GM crop

...ed every means to get the DOA to stop this massive gmo papaya contamination and end all gmo field trials, but the DOA and related government a...paya, the Thailand government had been encouraging gmo research. GY ...
GMO in Biological News

Fried purple tomatoes

...tial to promote health through diet by reducing the impact of chronic disease," says Professor Cathie Martin. "And certainly the first example of a gmo with a trait that really offers a potential benefit for all consumers. The next step will be to take the preclinical data forward to human studies wit...
GMO in Biological Technology

Is GMO Food and Organic Food an Either/Or Proposition?

Benefits of GMO Foods Versus Organic Food featured in Conversations about Plant Biotechnology Video Available Online St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) August 11, 2008 -- Today, the Conversations about Plant Biotechnology Web site expanded its video offering to include biotech video...

BIOTECON Diagnostics and MERCK KGaA start worldwide marketing alliance

..., Salmonella, Listeria, Campylobacter, E. coli O157 etc. The range also comprises a unique kit for the screening of beer spoilage organisms as well as gmo testing kits. BIOTECON Diagnostics GmbH with its headquarter in Potsdam / Berlin (Germany) has been a competent partner for molecular biologica...

Food microbiology symposium will mark 25 years

...gy Symposium is Oct. 15-19 and features speakers from academia, industry and regulatory agencies will provide an overview on various topics including: gmo testing, strategies for controlling E. coli and other pathogens, biosecurity and food safety objectives. Keynote speakers for the Symposium are Da...

The iCycler iQ and Amplifluor Detection Systems for Analysis of Genetically Modified Organisms in Foodstuffs, Rev A

...oduction of the threshold, quantitative methods of gmo detection have become increasingly impo...) has remained the method of choice for gmo detection, because DNA is more likely to survive f...d during the 55C step. Determination of gmo Content Primers were chosen to amplif...

Detection of Genetically Modified Soybean in Processed Foods Using Real-Time Quantitative PCR with SYBR Green I Dye on the DNA Engine Opticon 2 System

...mmon soy gene as a reference. The assay can detect gmo materials down to 0.5% (w/w) concentrat...of other food crops for the presence of gmo material. Introduction ...application of glyphosate to fields of the growing gmo crop, e.g., Roundup Ready soybeans. ...
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