Gene-associated markers provide tools for tackling illegal fishing and false eco-certification

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Gene-associated markers provide tools for tackling illegal fishing and false eco-certification. / Nielsen, Einar E; Cariani, Alessia; Aoidh, Eoin Mac; Maes, Gregory E; Milano, Ilaria; Ogden, Rob; Taylor, Martin; Hemmer-Hansen, Jakob; Babbucci, Massimiliano; Bargelloni, Luca; Bekkevold, Dorte; Diopere, Eveline; Grenfell, Leonie; Helyar, Sarah; Limborg, Morten; Martinsohn, Jann T; McEwing, Ross; Panitz, Frank; Patarnello, Tomaso; Tinti, Fausto; Van Houdt, Jeroen K J; Volckaert, Filip A M; Waples, Robin S; Albin, Jan E J; Vieites Baptista, Juan M; Barmintsev, Vladimir; Bautista, José M; Bendixen, Christian; Bergé, Jean-Pascal; Blohm, Dietmar; Cardazzo, Barbara; Diez, Amalia; Espiñeira, Montserrat; Geffen, Audrey J.; Gonzalez, Elena; González-Lavín, Nerea; Guarniero, Ilaria; Jeráme, Marc; Kochzius, Marc; Krey, Grigorius; Mouchel, Olivier; Negrisolo, Enrico; Piccinetti, Corrado; Puyet, Antonio; Rastorguev, Sergey; Smith, Jane P; Trentini, Massimo; Verrez-Bagnis, Véronique; Volkov, Alexander; Zanzi, Antonella; FishPopTrace consortium.

I: Nature Communications, Bind 3, Nr. Article no 851, 05.2012, s. 1-6.

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Nielsen, EE, Cariani, A, Aoidh, EM, Maes, GE, Milano, I, Ogden, R, Taylor, M, Hemmer-Hansen, J, Babbucci, M, Bargelloni, L, Bekkevold, D, Diopere, E, Grenfell, L, Helyar, S, Limborg, M, Martinsohn, JT, McEwing, R, Panitz, F, Patarnello, T, Tinti, F, Van Houdt, JKJ, Volckaert, FAM, Waples, RS, Albin, JEJ, Vieites Baptista, JM, Barmintsev, V, Bautista, JM, Bendixen, C, Bergé, J-P, Blohm, D, Cardazzo, B, Diez, A, Espiñeira, M, Geffen, AJ, Gonzalez, E, González-Lavín, N, Guarniero, I, Jeráme, M, Kochzius, M, Krey, G, Mouchel, O, Negrisolo, E, Piccinetti, C, Puyet, A, Rastorguev, S, Smith, JP, Trentini, M, Verrez-Bagnis, V, Volkov, A, Zanzi, A & FishPopTrace consortium 2012, 'Gene-associated markers provide tools for tackling illegal fishing and false eco-certification', Nature Communications, bind 3, nr. Article no 851, s. 1-6. https://doi.org/10.1038/ncomms1845

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Nielsen, E. E., Cariani, A., Aoidh, E. M., Maes, G. E., Milano, I., Ogden, R., ... FishPopTrace consortium (2012). Gene-associated markers provide tools for tackling illegal fishing and false eco-certification. Nature Communications, 3(Article no 851), 1-6. https://doi.org/10.1038/ncomms1845

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Nielsen EE, Cariani A, Aoidh EM, Maes GE, Milano I, Ogden R, Taylor M, Hemmer-Hansen J, Babbucci M, Bargelloni L, Bekkevold D, Diopere E, Grenfell L, Helyar S, Limborg M, Martinsohn JT, McEwing R, Panitz F, Patarnello T, Tinti F, Van Houdt JKJ, Volckaert FAM, Waples RS, Albin JEJ, Vieites Baptista JM, Barmintsev V, Bautista JM, Bendixen C, Bergé J-P, Blohm D, Cardazzo B, Diez A, Espiñeira M, Geffen AJ, Gonzalez E, González-Lavín N, Guarniero I, Jeráme M, Kochzius M, Krey G, Mouchel O, Negrisolo E, Piccinetti C, Puyet A, Rastorguev S, Smith JP, Trentini M, Verrez-Bagnis V, Volkov A, Zanzi A, FishPopTrace consortium. 2012. Gene-associated markers provide tools for tackling illegal fishing and false eco-certification. Nature Communications. 3(Article no 851):1-6. https://doi.org/10.1038/ncomms1845

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Nielsen EE, Cariani A, Aoidh EM, Maes GE, Milano I, Ogden R o.a. Gene-associated markers provide tools for tackling illegal fishing and false eco-certification. Nature Communications. 2012 maj;3(Article no 851):1-6. https://doi.org/10.1038/ncomms1845

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Nielsen, Einar E ; Cariani, Alessia ; Aoidh, Eoin Mac ; Maes, Gregory E ; Milano, Ilaria ; Ogden, Rob ; Taylor, Martin ; Hemmer-Hansen, Jakob ; Babbucci, Massimiliano ; Bargelloni, Luca ; Bekkevold, Dorte ; Diopere, Eveline ; Grenfell, Leonie ; Helyar, Sarah ; Limborg, Morten ; Martinsohn, Jann T ; McEwing, Ross ; Panitz, Frank ; Patarnello, Tomaso ; Tinti, Fausto ; Van Houdt, Jeroen K J ; Volckaert, Filip A M ; Waples, Robin S ; Albin, Jan E J ; Vieites Baptista, Juan M ; Barmintsev, Vladimir ; Bautista, José M ; Bendixen, Christian ; Bergé, Jean-Pascal ; Blohm, Dietmar ; Cardazzo, Barbara ; Diez, Amalia ; Espiñeira, Montserrat ; Geffen, Audrey J. ; Gonzalez, Elena ; González-Lavín, Nerea ; Guarniero, Ilaria ; Jeráme, Marc ; Kochzius, Marc ; Krey, Grigorius ; Mouchel, Olivier ; Negrisolo, Enrico ; Piccinetti, Corrado ; Puyet, Antonio ; Rastorguev, Sergey ; Smith, Jane P ; Trentini, Massimo ; Verrez-Bagnis, Véronique ; Volkov, Alexander ; Zanzi, Antonella ; FishPopTrace consortium. / Gene-associated markers provide tools for tackling illegal fishing and false eco-certification. I: Nature Communications. 2012 ; Bind 3, Nr. Article no 851. s. 1-6.

Bibtex

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title = "Gene-associated markers provide tools for tackling illegal fishing and false eco-certification",
abstract = "Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated fishing has had a major role in the overexploitation of global fish populations. In response, international regulations have been imposed and many fisheries have been 'eco-certified' by consumer organizations, but methods for independent control of catch certificates and eco-labels are urgently needed. Here we show that, by using gene-associated single nucleotide polymorphisms, individual marine fish can be assigned back to population of origin with unprecedented high levels of precision. By applying high differentiation single nucleotide polymorphism assays, in four commercial marine fish, on a pan-European scale, we find 93-100{\%} of individuals could be correctly assigned to origin in policy-driven case studies. We show how case-targeted single nucleotide polymorphism assays can be created and forensically validated, using a centrally maintained and publicly available database. Our results demonstrate how application of gene-associated markers will likely revolutionize origin assignment and become highly valuable tools for fighting illegal fishing and mislabelling worldwide.",
author = "Nielsen, {Einar E} and Alessia Cariani and Aoidh, {Eoin Mac} and Maes, {Gregory E} and Ilaria Milano and Rob Ogden and Martin Taylor and Jakob Hemmer-Hansen and Massimiliano Babbucci and Luca Bargelloni and Dorte Bekkevold and Eveline Diopere and Leonie Grenfell and Sarah Helyar and Morten Limborg and Martinsohn, {Jann T} and Ross McEwing and Frank Panitz and Tomaso Patarnello and Fausto Tinti and {Van Houdt}, {Jeroen K J} and Volckaert, {Filip A M} and Waples, {Robin S} and Albin, {Jan E J} and {Vieites Baptista}, {Juan M} and Vladimir Barmintsev and Bautista, {Jos{\'e} M} and Christian Bendixen and Jean-Pascal Berg{\'e} and Dietmar Blohm and Barbara Cardazzo and Amalia Diez and Montserrat Espi{\~n}eira and Geffen, {Audrey J.} and Elena Gonzalez and Nerea Gonz{\'a}lez-Lav{\'i}n and Ilaria Guarniero and Marc Jer{\'a}me and Marc Kochzius and Grigorius Krey and Olivier Mouchel and Enrico Negrisolo and Corrado Piccinetti and Antonio Puyet and Sergey Rastorguev and Smith, {Jane P} and Massimo Trentini and V{\'e}ronique Verrez-Bagnis and Alexander Volkov and Antonella Zanzi and {FishPopTrace consortium}",
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month = "5",
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AU - Nielsen, Einar E

AU - Cariani, Alessia

AU - Aoidh, Eoin Mac

AU - Maes, Gregory E

AU - Milano, Ilaria

AU - Ogden, Rob

AU - Taylor, Martin

AU - Hemmer-Hansen, Jakob

AU - Babbucci, Massimiliano

AU - Bargelloni, Luca

AU - Bekkevold, Dorte

AU - Diopere, Eveline

AU - Grenfell, Leonie

AU - Helyar, Sarah

AU - Limborg, Morten

AU - Martinsohn, Jann T

AU - McEwing, Ross

AU - Panitz, Frank

AU - Patarnello, Tomaso

AU - Tinti, Fausto

AU - Van Houdt, Jeroen K J

AU - Volckaert, Filip A M

AU - Waples, Robin S

AU - Albin, Jan E J

AU - Vieites Baptista, Juan M

AU - Barmintsev, Vladimir

AU - Bautista, José M

AU - Bendixen, Christian

AU - Bergé, Jean-Pascal

AU - Blohm, Dietmar

AU - Cardazzo, Barbara

AU - Diez, Amalia

AU - Espiñeira, Montserrat

AU - Geffen, Audrey J.

AU - Gonzalez, Elena

AU - González-Lavín, Nerea

AU - Guarniero, Ilaria

AU - Jeráme, Marc

AU - Kochzius, Marc

AU - Krey, Grigorius

AU - Mouchel, Olivier

AU - Negrisolo, Enrico

AU - Piccinetti, Corrado

AU - Puyet, Antonio

AU - Rastorguev, Sergey

AU - Smith, Jane P

AU - Trentini, Massimo

AU - Verrez-Bagnis, Véronique

AU - Volkov, Alexander

AU - Zanzi, Antonella

AU - FishPopTrace consortium

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N2 - Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated fishing has had a major role in the overexploitation of global fish populations. In response, international regulations have been imposed and many fisheries have been 'eco-certified' by consumer organizations, but methods for independent control of catch certificates and eco-labels are urgently needed. Here we show that, by using gene-associated single nucleotide polymorphisms, individual marine fish can be assigned back to population of origin with unprecedented high levels of precision. By applying high differentiation single nucleotide polymorphism assays, in four commercial marine fish, on a pan-European scale, we find 93-100% of individuals could be correctly assigned to origin in policy-driven case studies. We show how case-targeted single nucleotide polymorphism assays can be created and forensically validated, using a centrally maintained and publicly available database. Our results demonstrate how application of gene-associated markers will likely revolutionize origin assignment and become highly valuable tools for fighting illegal fishing and mislabelling worldwide.

AB - Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated fishing has had a major role in the overexploitation of global fish populations. In response, international regulations have been imposed and many fisheries have been 'eco-certified' by consumer organizations, but methods for independent control of catch certificates and eco-labels are urgently needed. Here we show that, by using gene-associated single nucleotide polymorphisms, individual marine fish can be assigned back to population of origin with unprecedented high levels of precision. By applying high differentiation single nucleotide polymorphism assays, in four commercial marine fish, on a pan-European scale, we find 93-100% of individuals could be correctly assigned to origin in policy-driven case studies. We show how case-targeted single nucleotide polymorphism assays can be created and forensically validated, using a centrally maintained and publicly available database. Our results demonstrate how application of gene-associated markers will likely revolutionize origin assignment and become highly valuable tools for fighting illegal fishing and mislabelling worldwide.

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DO - 10.1038/ncomms1845

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VL - 3

SP - 1

EP - 6

JO - Nature Communications

JF - Nature Communications

SN - 2041-1723

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