Hand-held device to fight seafood fraud

The QuadPyre RT-NASBA sensor is able to test seafood samples using real-time nucleic acid sequence-based amplification. Photo: University of South Florida

A new handheld device developed by the University of South Florida is set to help beat seafood labelling fraud – a problem causing US fishermen and consumers an estimated US$25bn a year.

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