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Food Chemistry
Vol. 229, 2017, Pages: 396–402

A temperature-tolerant multiplex elements and genes screening system for genetically modified organisms based on dual priming oligonucleotide primers and capillary electrophoresis

Wei Fu, Shuang Wei, Chenguang Wang, Zhixin Du, Pengyu Zhu, Xiyang Wu, Gang Wu, Shuifang Zhu

Institute of Plant Quarantine, Chinese Academy of Inspection and Quarantine, Beijing 100176, China.

Abstract

High throughput screening systems are the preferred solution to meet the urgent requirement of increasing number of genetically modified organisms (GMOs). In this study, we have successfully developed a multiplex GMO element screening system with dual priming oligonucleotide (DPO) primers. This system can detect the cauliflower mosaic virus 35S (CaMV 35S), terminator of nopaline synthase gene (NOS), figwort mosaic virus 35S (FMV 35S) promoter, neomycin phosphotransferaseII (NPTII), Bt Cry 1Ab, phosphinothricin acetyltransferase genes (bar) and Streptomyces viridochromogenes (pat) simultaneously, which covers more than 90% of all authorized GMO species worldwide. This system exhibits a high tolerance to annealing temperatures, high specificity and a limit of detection equal to conventional PCR. A total of 214 samples from markets, national entry-exit agencies, the Institute for Reference Materials and Measurement (IRMM) and the American Oil Chemists’ Society (AOCS) were also tested for applicability. This screening system is therefore suitable for GMO screening.

Keywords: DPO primers; High-throughput; GMO screening; Wide coverage; Capillary electrophoresis.

 
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