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DNA-infused spray could track the history of foods, other products

DNA-infused spray could track the history of foods, other products

LIVERMORE, Calif. -- What if you could use your smartphone to tell if the apple you're about to bite into has been genetically modified, if your bottle of extra-virgin olive oil was watered down with an inferior product, or if the Armani suit you purchased is genuine or a knockoff? You might someday, with the help of an odorless, tasteless, DNA-infused spray that can ...

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