DD ISO/TS 21098:2005 - Foodstuffs. Nucleic acid based methods of analysis of genetically modified organisms and derived products. Information to be supplied and procedure for the addition of methods to ISO 21569, ISO 21570 and ISO 21571

DD ISO/TS 21098:2005

Foodstuffs. Nucleic acid based methods of analysis of genetically modified organisms and derived products. Information to be supplied and procedure for the addition of methods to ISO 21569, ISO 21570 and ISO 21571

Status : Current   Published : January 2006

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Standard NumberDD ISO/TS 21098:2005
TitleFoodstuffs. Nucleic acid based methods of analysis of genetically modified organisms and derived products. Information to be supplied and procedure for the addition of methods to ISO 21569, ISO 21570 and ISO 21571
StatusCurrent
Publication Date04 January 2006
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO 5725-1, ISO 5725-2, ISO 11843-1, ISO 16140, ISO/IEC 17025, ISO 21568, ISO 21569, ISO 21570, ISO 21571, ISO 24276, GUM:1993
International RelationshipsISO/TS 21098:2005
DescriptorsFood products, Food testing, Genetically modified organisms, Contaminant determination (food), Chemical analysis and testing, Extraction methods of analysis, Quantitative analysis, Nucleic acids, Deoxyribonucleic acid, Specimen preparation
ICS67.050
Title in FrenchProduits alimentaires. Methodes basees sur les acides nucleiques pour l'analyse des organismes genetiquement modifies et des produits derives. Informations a fournir et procedure pour l'addition de methodes a l'ISO 21569, l'ISO 21570 ou l'ISO 21571
CommitteeAW/275
ISBN0 580 47306 6
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages28
File Size424.7 KB
Price£182.00


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