detail view molecular characterisation GMO molecular characterization details

  • GMO:

    AM04-1020
  • Alias:

  • UID:

    BPS-A1Ø2Ø-5
  • Tradename:

    Amadea
  • Company:

    BASF
  • Developer:

  • Species:

    Solanum tuberosum
    (potato)
  • Traits:

    • Composition alteration > Amylose/amylopectin ratio
    • Herbicide tolerance > ALS/AHAS inhibitor tolerance > Imidazolinone tolerance

Description:

AM04-1020 was developed through Agrobacterium-mediated transformation of the potato variety Kuras. The intended consequence of the genetic modification in AM04-1020 is to inhibit of the expression of granule bound starch synthase protein (GBSS) responsible for amylose biosynthesis. As a result, the starch produced has little or no amylose and consists of amylopectin, which modifies the physical properties of the starch. The csr1-2 gene encoding acetohydroxyacid synthase (AHAS) from Arabidopsis thaliana was included in the transformation process as marker conferring tolerance to imidazolinone herbicides. The T-DNA was integrated at a single locus and as a single copy in the potato nuclear genome. AM04-1020 was confirmed to be free of Agrobacterium-derived vector backbone DNA. Molecular analysis indicated that the DNA insert was stable over multiple generations of vegetatively propagated material.

Links regarding to this GMO:

FDA-Biotechnology Consultation http://www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/fdcc/?set=Biocon&id=BPS-A-1020-5

Number of integration sites: 1

Transformation technique: Agrobacterium-induced

covers integration site(s)

insert only(s)

Name: insert_AM04-1020
Comment: -
Map:
First Reference Sequence:

vector(s)