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Methods for Detecting and Measuring Ag Biotech Products -
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Introduction
 
Applications
 
PCR
 
Immunoassays
 
 
Validation  

Privalle, LS, Chen, J, Clapper, G, Hunst, P, Spiegelhalter, F and Zhong, C. 2012. Development of an Agricultural Biotechnology Crop Product: Testing from Discovery to Commercialization. J of Agric. and Food Chem. 60(4): 10179-10187 - PDF Pantella, V. 2007. Testing Oilseeds for GMOs. AOCS 18(3): 154-156.

Grothaus, GD, Bandla, M., Currier, T, Giroux, R, Jenkins, R, Lipp, M, Shan, G, Stave, S and Pantella, V. 2006. Immunoassay as an Analytical Tool in Agricultural Biotechnology. J. AOAC 89(4): 913-928. - PDF

 

Lipp, M, Shillito, R, Giroux, R, Spiegelhalter, F, Charlton, S, Pinero, D and Song, P. 2005. Polymerase Chain Reaction Technology as Analytical Tool in Agricultural Biotechnology. J. AOAC 88(1): 136-155 - PDF

Lipton, CR, Dautlick, JX, Grothaus, GD, Hunst, PL, Magin, KM, Mihaliak, CA, Rubio, FM and Stave, JW. 2000. Guidelines for the Validation and Use of Immunoassays for Determination of Introduced Proteins in Biotechnology Enhanced Crops and Derived Food Ingredients - PDF

Reeves, SG, Berberich, S, Dautlick, J and Mihaliak, C. 1996. The Analytical Environmental Immunochemical Consortium. Food Agric. Immunol. 8: 137-139.

Mihaliak, C., Nardone, D and Nugent, P. 1996. Imunochemical Methods Food Testing and Analysis 2: 8-9.

Mihaliak, CA and Berberich, SA. 1994. Guidelines to the Validation and Use of Immunochemical Methods for Generating Data in Support of Pesticide Registration. In: Immunoanalysis of Agrochemicals: Emerging Technologies. Eds. Nelson, JO, Karu, AE and Wong, RB. ACS Symposium Series 586: 288-300.

A USER'S GUIDE TO ENVIRONMENTAL IMMUNOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS - An excellent resource put together by the Environmental Protection Agency, Environmental Sciences Division AEIC Technical Comments Regarding Publication on "Performance Assessment of Rapid Immunological Test" - PDF


Education

Education is a top priority in gaining broader understanding and acceptance of the application of immunoassay and nucleic acid-based detection methods to agricultural and environmental analytical applications. Thus, on behalf of AEIC, individuals from member organizations make numerous presentations on educational, technical and regulatory subjects at regional, national and international meetings.  Workshops and training sessions have been designed, developed and presented to state and federal regulatory agencies.  Members of AEIC also participate in training workshops sponsored by American Association of Cereal Chemists International (AACCI) which are held to train scientists from various geographies on ELISA and PCR methods for agricultural biotechnology.  The AEIC Meetings (Spring and Fall) also provide members information on new detection technologies and challenges for detection methods via talks and discussions sessions.

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