NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Q Chip said Wednesday it will use its gel-based ReaX beads to help TraceTag International develop beads for security marking and for fuel tracing.
 
Cardiff, UK-based Q Chip said that fuel smuggling is “a major problem in many parts of the world,” and TraceTag offers a fuel-marking and -verification system that adds secure DNA markers to petroleum products.
 

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