Name

Method
GMOs Primary Screening

PCR with 35S or NOS /or both

PCR
GMOs Identification

Primary Screening required

Secondary Screen (PAT, CryIA, Cry3A, BAR, etc.)

PCR
GMOs Semi-Quantitative

Primary Screening required

PCR with External Reference Standards

PCR
GMOs Quantitative

Primany Screening required

Real-Time PCR Analysis

Real-Time PCR

All above tests are able to detect GMOs to 0.1% which has been referred to as “non-GMO”. Real-time PCR measure the exact amount of fluorescence produced during the PCR reaction at a given time, detecting GMOs as low as 0.01%.