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Detection method(s):

Note: if more than one method is selected, only records that produce amplicons with all these methods will be shown

Event-specific methods

Construct-specific methods

Element-specific methods

Taxon-specific methods

Negative method(s):

Note: If you select methods here, records that produce amplicons with any of these methods will be removed


Database(s):

 nt GenBank nt section
 nrnl1 EMBL-EBI non-redundant patent nucleotides level-1
 emblconexp EMBL-EBI plant expanded contigs section
 emblreltgn EMBL-EBI transgenic sequences section
 emblrelpat EMBL-EBI patents sequences section
 patnt GenBank patents section


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Results : 4 amplicons



Record DB Record description Record length Taxon Method Amplicon size Match details
EA135634 emblrelpat Sequence 12 from patent US 7223907. 1360 unidentified QT-EVE-GH-005 82bp View
EA135634.1 patnt Sequence 12 from patent US 7223907. 1360 none QT-EVE-GH-005 82bp View
HL197270.1 patnt Sequence 12 from patent US 9133473. 1360 none QT-EVE-GH-005 82bp View
NRN_EA135634 nrnl1 Sequence 12 from patent US 7223907. 1360 unidentified QT-EVE-GH-005 82bp View

For more information, see:
"JRC GMO-Amplicons: a collection of nucleic acid sequences related to genetically modified organisms." Database (Oxford). 2015 Sep 30;2015. link


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