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New technology capable of better detecting GMOs in food, animal feed and seeds

As published in the open-access journal PLoS ONE, a new study out of Slovenia explains how the new technology, known as Droplet Digital PCR, or ddPCR, works to improve GMO screening efforts in the more than 60 countries around the world that now require GMO labeling.

Even though the U.S. as a whole is not currently included among these proactive countries in need of effective GMO detection technologies, many individual American states are on the brink of passing their own GMO labeling laws, which means they too will require the technologies. And ddPCR appears to be not only more accurate than existing technologies, but also more cost effective.

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