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Format to provide information on GM detection methods and related samples This format should be used to provide information on a GM detection method and related samples with respect to Regulations (EC) No 1829/2003 (EC) and to Annex III of the implementing Regulation (EU) No 503/2013 with regard to genetically modified plants for food or feed uses, food or feed containing or consisting of genetically modified plants and food or feed produced from such plants) or to Annex I of the implementing Regulation (EC) No 641/2004 in all other cases Requested Information Description to be provided by the applicant 1. GENERAL INFORMATION 1.1 Name and contact details of the applicant 1.2 GM event(s) and unique identifier 1.3 List of matrices relevant for the application (e.g. seeds, grains, flour, specific food matrices or alike) 1.4 Indicate if single or stack event 1.5 In case of stacked GMOs, indicate if a method or module of a method has been previously validated. If methods or modules have been already validated by the EURL GMFF, refer to the method using the code reported under the column ‘Version’ at - crl.jrc.ec.europa.eu/StatusOfDossiers.aspx 1.6 In case of single event not previously validated, short description of the method (or its modules) for which the validation is requested (See Regulation (EU) No 503/2013 Annex III -3.1.A., 3.1.B. and (EC) 641/2004 Annex I – 2.A, 2.B and 2.D
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Requested Information Description to be provided by the applicant 2.INFORMATION ABOUT THE METHOD 2.1 Proof of the event-specificity of the method (See Regulation (EU) No 503/2013 Annex III -3.1.C.1 and Regulation (EC) 641/2004 Annex
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