Norm

NPR-CEN/TS 16707:2014 en

Voedingsmiddelen - Analysemethoden voor het aantonen van genetisch gemodificeerde organismen en afgeleide producten - Op polymerasekettingreactie (PCR) gebaseerde screening strategie├źn

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Status Definitief
Aantal pagina's 15
Commissie Voedingsmiddelenanalyse - Horizontale methoden
Gepubliceerd op 01-10-2014
Taal Engels
NPR-CEN/TS 16707 describes screening strategies for the detection of genetically modified (GM) DNA in food products by means of PCR methods. The strategies have been established for food matrices, but it can also be applied to other matrices (e.g. feed, seed and samples from field grown plants). Detection of GM DNA is based on PCR methods targeting segments of transgenic DNA sequences (genetic elements, genetic constructs or insertion sites of transgenes). Various combinations of these PCR methods are involved in screening strategies. The methods are applied simultaneously or hierarchically. The general strategy is based on the matrix approach. Examples for the implementation and application of this approach are described. In order to ensure reliable analytical results, the document also provides guidelines for the validation of the performance of qualitative PCR methods applied in screening approaches.

Details

ICS-code 67.050
Nederlandse titel Voedingsmiddelen - Analysemethoden voor het aantonen van genetisch gemodificeerde organismen en afgeleide producten - Op polymerasekettingreactie (PCR) gebaseerde screening strategie├źn
Engelse titel Foodstuffs - Methods of analysis for the detection of genetically modified organisms and derived products - Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) based screening strategies

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