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In the identification phase it is very important to know the correct sequences of the transgenic constructs contained in all the varieties of GMO analysed to design specific primers for the amplification of specific DNA sequence characteristics of each GMO. For unequivocal identification, primer selection has to be based on target sequences that are characteristic for the individual transgenic organism. Examples include the cross border regions between integration site and transformed genetic element of a specific GMO, or the cross border regions between different elements constituting the entire transgenic constructs such as promoter and intron or gene and terminator, etc.
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