The QpcrGMOfood project was one of five projects clustered in the ENTRANSFOOD network.
Financial support was provided by the European Commission through the 5th Framework Program (FP5), under the priority Quality of life and management of living resources (QoL).
In the sixth framework program, further developments in GMO detection are carried out in the Co-Extra project.
The results of the QpcrGMOfood project are currently applied by the European Network of GMO Laboratories (ENGL) and the Community Reference Laboratory (CRL) for GM food and feed.
Coordinator: Arne Holst-Jensen, National Veterinary Institute, Norway
- National Veterinary Institute, Oslo, Norway
- Matforsk, Norwegian Food Research Institute, Aas, Norway (responsible scientist Askild Holck)
- INRA, Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique, Versailles, France (responsible scientist Yves Bertheau)
- DvP-CLO, Ministry of Small Enterprises, Traders and Agriculture, Agricultural Research Centre, Ghent, Belgium (responsible scientist Marc De Loose)
- LGC Ltd., Teddington, United Kingdom (responsible scientist Neil Harris)
- Gene-Scan GmbH, Freiburg, Germany (responsible scientist Andreas Wurz)
- DG Joint Research Centre of the European Commission, Institute for Health and Consumer Protection, Food Products and Consumer Goods, Ispra, Italy (responsible scientist Guy Van den Eede)
- Tepral-Brasseries Kronenbourg, Strasbourg, France (responsible scientist Marc Vaïtilingom)
- Unilever Nederland, Vlaardingen, Netherlands (responsible scientist Carlo Bulkmanns)
- DGCCRF-LIR67, Direction generale de la concurrence, de la consommation et de la repression des fraudes, Laboratoire interregional 67, Illkirch-Graffenstaden, France (responsible scientist Patrick Philipp)
- Bio-GEVES, Groupe d’Interet Public d’Etude et de Controle des Varietes et des Semences, Surgeres, France (responsible scientist David Zhang)
- IFR, Institute of Food Research, Norwich, United Kingdom (responsible scientist Lynn Frewer)
- CSIC, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas, Barcelona, Spain (responsible scientist Maria Pla)