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DNA barcodes next step in fighting crime

Counterfeiters, cattle rustlers, terrorists and drug cartels are all potential targets for DNA barcode technology to be commercially launched soon by Adelaide company GeneWorks, managers say.  But the $82 billion global security market is not the only industry expected to benefit from the Thebarton firm's patent-pending DNA stamp, an invisible and unique tag which can be applied to bank notes, wine, pharmaceuticals, computer chips, artwork, even people to track and authenticate.

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