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STONY BROOK – Molecular tagging technologies specialist Applied DNA Sciences (ADNAS) has been granted a patent entitled “Methods of Marking Cellulosic Products”, which will serve to protect the firm’s proprietary approach to tagging man-made cellulosic fibres with nucleic acid-tags and later identifying these via Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR)-based detection techniques.

“The use of man-made cellulosic fibres and materials is moving the textile industry towards greater sustainability,” noted ADNAS’ vice president of textile sales, MeiLin Wan. “With these new patents, together with our linear DNA-based tagging platform, we can offer man-made cellulosic fibre producers and manufacturers the unparalleled ability to ensure that their brands are real and safe.”

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