Transgenomic to Co-Develop Assays to Identify Banned Ingredients in Canadian Cattle Feed | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Transgenomic will collaborate with its Canadian distributor Transition Technologies and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency to develop PCR-based assays to detect banned animal materials in cattle feed, the company said yesterday.
The assays could be considered for feed inspection programs after they have been evaluated, Transgenomic said.

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