Generally speaking, the net DNA difference between GMO and non-GMO is very small – changing a few genes out of 1000s.

Labs typically test for very specific gene alterations. Something that cannot be done with SCiO.

That said, SCiO may detect GMO if it alters certain attributes of the sample – for example, much more sugar, or a thicker peel, etc. – i.e. changes that are noticeable with NIR.