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SigNature DNA in Action
Manufacturers, brands, and other stakeholders can ensure authenticity and protect against diversion throughout a product’s journey from manufacture to use.
Creating a SigNature DNA Marker
Botanical DNA is isolated
DNA is segmented
Segments are shuffled and reassembled to form an encrypted, unique, secure DNA marker
To ensure that a product is authentic, we recommend regular audits and authentication of products throughout the supply chain. ADNAS can customize an authentication program that best fits your goals and needs.
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