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M. E. Ali, Hashim, U., Kashif, M., Mustafa, S., Man, Y. B. Che, and Hamid, S. B. Abd, Development of swine-specific DNA markers for biosensor-based halal authentication, vol. 11, pp. 1762-1772, 2012.
Aboud MJ, Gassmann M and McCord BR (2010). The development of mini pentameric STR loci for rapid analysis of forensic DNA samples on a microfluidic system. Electrophoresis 31: 2672-2679. PMid:20665925   Ali ME, Hashim U, Dhahi TS, Mustafa S, et al. (2011a). Analysis of pork adulteration in commercial burgers targeting porcine-specific mitochondrial cytochrome B gene by TaqMan probe real-time polymerase chain reaction food. Food Anal. Methods DOI: 10.1007/s12161-011-9311-4.   Ali ME, Hashim U, Mustafa S and Che Man YB (2011b). Swine-specific PCR-RFLP assay targeting mitochondrial cytochrome B gene for semiquantitative detection of pork in commercial meat products. Food Anal. Methods 5: 613-623.   Ali ME, Hashim U, Mustafa S, Che Man YB, et al. (2011c). Nanoparticle sensor for label free detection of swine DNA in mixed biological samples. Nanotechnology DOI: 10.1088/0957-4484/22/19/195503.   Ali ME, Hashim U, Mustafa S, Che Man YB, et al. (2011d). Nanobiosensor for detection and quantification of DNA sequences in degraded mixed meats. J. Nanomater. DOI: 10.1155/2011/781098.   Ali ME, Hashim U, Mustafa S, Man YBC, et al. (2011e). Nanobiosensor for the detection and quantification of specific DNA sequences in degraded biological samples. IFMBE Proceed. 35: 384-387.   Ali ME, Hashim U, Mustafa S, Che Man YB, et al. (2012). Gold nanoparticle sensor for the visual detection of pork adulteration in meatball formulation. J. Nanomater. DOI: 10.1155/2012/103607.   Bielikova M, Pangallo D and Turna J (2010). Polymerase chain reaction - restriction fragment length polymorphism (PCR-RFLP) as a molecular discrimination tool for raw and heat-treated game and domestic animal meats. J. Food Nutr. Res. 49: 134-139.   Butler JM (2005). Forensic DNA Typing-Biology, Technology and Genetics of STR markers. 2nd edn. Elsevier, New York.   Butler JM (2006). MiniSTRs: Past, Present, and Future. October 2006. 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Microbiol. Methods 77: 267-275. PMid:19285527   Yusop M, Mustafa S, Che Man Y, Omar A, et al. (2011). Detection of raw pork targeting porcine-specific mitochondrial cytochrome B gene by molecular beacon probe real-time polymerase chain reaction. Food Anal. Methods DOI: 10. 1007/s12161-011-9260-y.
M. A. Latif, Omar, M. Y., Tan, S. G., Siraj, S. S., Ali, M. E., and Rafii, M. Y., Food assimilated by two sympatric populations of the brown planthopper Nilaparvata lugens (Delphacidae) feeding on different host plants contaminates insect DNA detected by RAPD-PCR analysis, vol. 11, pp. 30-41, 2012.
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