TITLE

NAIMA as a solution for future GMO diagnostics challenges

AUTHOR(S)
Dobnik, David; Morisset, Dany; Gruden, Kristina
PUB. DATE
March 2010
SOURCE
Analytical & Bioanalytical Chemistry;Mar2010, Vol. 396 Issue 6, p2229
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In the field of genetically modified organism (GMO) diagnostics, real-time PCR has been the method of choice for target detection and quantification in most laboratories. Despite its numerous advantages, however, the lack of a true multiplexing option may render real-time PCR less practical in the face of future GMO detection challenges such as the multiplicity and increasing complexity of new transgenic events, as well as the repeated occurrence of unauthorized GMOs on the market. In this context, we recently reported the development of a novel multiplex quantitative DNA-based target amplification method, named NASBA implemented microarray analysis (NAIMA), which is suitable for sensitive, specific and quantitative detection of GMOs on a microarray. In this article, the performance of NAIMA is compared with that of real-time PCR, the focus being their performances in view of the upcoming challenge to detect/quantify an increasing number of possible GMOs at a sustainable cost and affordable staff effort. Finally, we present our conclusions concerning the applicability of NAIMA for future use in GMO diagnostics.
ACCESSION #
48536687

 

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