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JRC GMO-Amplicons: a collection of nucleic acid sequences related to genetically modified organisms.

Petrillo M, Angers-Loustau A, Henriksson P, Bonfini L, Patak A, Kreysa J - Database (Oxford) (2015)

Bottom Line: Notably, the JRC GMO-Amplicons database allows the retrieval and characterization of GMO-related sequences included in patents documentation.Finally, it can help annotating poorly described GM sequences and identifying new relevant GMO-related sequences in public databases.The JRC GMO-Amplicons is freely accessible through a web-based portal that is hosted on the EU-RL GMFF website.

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Affiliation: Molecular Biology and Genomics Unit, Joint Research Centre, European Commission, Ispra, Italy mauro.petrillo@ec.europa.eu.

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Number of amplicons and number of target records found in the selected datasets. For each type of detection methods, amplicons and target records are plotted as bars: (A) Event-specific methods; (B) Construct-specific methods; (C) Element-specific methods; (D) Taxon-specific methods. On top of each panel, the ratio of these numbers is also reported. Only amplicons with 0 gaps and 0 mismatches in primers and probe annealing were taken into account.
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bav101-F2: Number of amplicons and number of target records found in the selected datasets. For each type of detection methods, amplicons and target records are plotted as bars: (A) Event-specific methods; (B) Construct-specific methods; (C) Element-specific methods; (D) Taxon-specific methods. On top of each panel, the ratio of these numbers is also reported. Only amplicons with 0 gaps and 0 mismatches in primers and probe annealing were taken into account.

Mentions: Plant contigs records (emblconexp dataset) are not expected to be related to GMOs. In fact, only few sequences (1/1 000 000) are positive to detection methods and all of these are, as expected, taxon-specific methods.


JRC GMO-Amplicons: a collection of nucleic acid sequences related to genetically modified organisms.

Petrillo M, Angers-Loustau A, Henriksson P, Bonfini L, Patak A, Kreysa J - Database (Oxford) (2015)

Number of amplicons and number of target records found in the selected datasets. For each type of detection methods, amplicons and target records are plotted as bars: (A) Event-specific methods; (B) Construct-specific methods; (C) Element-specific methods; (D) Taxon-specific methods. On top of each panel, the ratio of these numbers is also reported. Only amplicons with 0 gaps and 0 mismatches in primers and probe annealing were taken into account.
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bav101-F2: Number of amplicons and number of target records found in the selected datasets. For each type of detection methods, amplicons and target records are plotted as bars: (A) Event-specific methods; (B) Construct-specific methods; (C) Element-specific methods; (D) Taxon-specific methods. On top of each panel, the ratio of these numbers is also reported. Only amplicons with 0 gaps and 0 mismatches in primers and probe annealing were taken into account.
Mentions: Plant contigs records (emblconexp dataset) are not expected to be related to GMOs. In fact, only few sequences (1/1 000 000) are positive to detection methods and all of these are, as expected, taxon-specific methods.

Bottom Line: Notably, the JRC GMO-Amplicons database allows the retrieval and characterization of GMO-related sequences included in patents documentation.Finally, it can help annotating poorly described GM sequences and identifying new relevant GMO-related sequences in public databases.The JRC GMO-Amplicons is freely accessible through a web-based portal that is hosted on the EU-RL GMFF website.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Molecular Biology and Genomics Unit, Joint Research Centre, European Commission, Ispra, Italy mauro.petrillo@ec.europa.eu.

No MeSH data available.