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Links to external websites are provided to guide the ISTA member laboratories to find information about GM events and the analytical tests available.
ISTA has verified that the sides contain relevant information, but does not verify the exactitude of the information in external websites. In addition the availability of information, data or analytical test on a particular website does not always confer freedom to use this, in particular for fee-for-service laboratories.
ISTA encourage the member laboratories to always verify the accuracy of information on each website and to ensure that they hold all necessary licenses and permission to use the information contained.

International Organization for Standardization (ISO)

The ISO Standard methods for the detection of genetically modified organisms and derived products (published or at some stage under development) can be found in the internet site of the International Organization for Standardization.
Put in the search window "genetically modified organisms", choose as option "standards" and then press "go".

The CropLife International Detection Methods Database

CropLife International is a global federation representing the plant science industry and a network of regional and national associations in 91 countries.
The plant biotechnology industry made its detection methods for commercialized biotech-derived products — and related materials and information — available in an online and searchable database.

GMO Methods Database of the Joint Research Center (JRC) of the EU Commission

Analytical methods (PCR and protein-based assays) for the detection and quantification of GMO can be found searching the "GMO Methods Database" of the Joint Research Center of the EU Commission.
The database has been designed to allow direct and user-friendly access to information regarding methods of GMO analysis.
The data reported in this database have been published in peer review journals or in reports from collaborative studies that are available in the public domain.