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    Genetically modified (GM) products

    Project background
    At present, with the growing popularity of GM products and meat adulteration eventsoccurrences frequently,more and more concerns are raised for public food safety.Relevant laws and regulationshave been established and released in many countries around the world. China governmentalso pay great attention to food adulteration and GM foods, to strengthen their managements. On the other hand,genetic testing in the logisticshas become one of the important means for food safety supervision.

    With the strict quality management system and strong technical strength, Pony Testing Group acquiredsuccessfully CMAF and CMA accreditation qualification for genetic testingin the fields of foodstuff, agricultural products, and feedstuff. Thus, Pony Testing Group can offer professional genetic testing services to the public. Testing data and reportsare accepted by the governmental authority with international credibility.

    Genetic testing laboratoryin Pony Testing Groupwas established in accordance with Assessment Criteria for Laboratory Accreditation. What is more, it equips advanced analytical instruments, operated and tested by professional testing personals. The laboratory owns extremely strong testing techniqueswithcomprehensive service ability. Pony Testing provides detection of animal derivedfoodstuff and allergen ingredients analyses in food products and raw materials, genetically modified products screening and common genetically modified crops inspection according to related standards.

    Test standard
    ■  GB/T 19495.3-2004 Detection of genetically modified organisms and derived products-Nucleic acid extraction
    ■  GB/T 19495.4-2004 Detection of genetically modified organisms and derived products-qualitative nucleic acid based methods
    ■  SN/T 1961.1-2007 Detection of allergen components in food
    ■  SN/T 2051-2008 Determination of bovine,ovine,porcine-derived materials in food, cosmetic and feed—Real-time PCR method
    ■  SN/T 1195-2003Protocol of the qualitative polymerase chain reaction (PCR) for detecting genetically modified component in soybeans
    ■  SN/T 1196-2012Protocol of the polymerase chain reaction for detecting genetically modified components in maize
    ■  SN/T 1201-2003Protocol of PCR for detection of genetically modified feed
    ■  SN/T 1202-2010 Protocol of the qualitative polymerase chain reaction for detecting genetically modified plant components in food
    ■  SN/T 1204-2003 Protocol of the real-time PCR for detecting genetically modified plants and their derived products

    ■  Test item
    ■ Plant and animal origin ingredient detection
    Cow, sheep, swine, horse, donkey and other livestock, chook, duck and other poultry, fish, fruit, vegetable and grain, etc

    ■ Food and raw material allergen ingredient detection
    Peanut, cashew nut, pistachio nut, walnut, carrot, hazelnut, almond, shrimp, crab, gluten, sesame seed, wheat, fish, celery, mustard, lupin, buckwheat and soybean, etc

    ■ GM crops screening
    Soybean, corn, potato, cotton, papaya, green pepper, rice, wheat, tobacco, oilseed,etc

    ■ Common strain testing for GMcrops
    Soybean GTS40-3-2, corn MON810, corn Bt11, corn GA21, corn T25, corn Bt176, rape RT73, Btshanyou 63 and Huahui 1, etc