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Applied DNA Sciences Platform Stops Cotton Fiber Substitution

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Patented Forensic "Dirt to Shirt" Tagging Helps Control Textile Supply Chain Breaches


Applied DNA Sciences Ships SigNature® T DNA Guaranteeing Purity to Mark 10 Million Pounds of Acala Cotton

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Orders For Two Additional DNA Transfer Systems Support Gin Expansion Into New Regions and Cotton Varieties


Applied DNA Sciences Signs Agreement With R&R Partnership Enterprises to Protect Against Document Fraud, Theft and Counterfeiting

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R&R's ProveWrite™ Authentication System to Be Powered by Applied DNA Sciences DNA Taggants


Applied DNA Sciences and Security Marketing Resource Launch 'DNA Security Initiative' Online Portal

Press Releases | Equities.com |

Portal Features Information, Training and E-Commerce on Applied DNA Sciences' Products for Security Professionals, Law Enforcement, Commercial Organizations and Community Members


Applied DNA Sciences Rising in Anti-Theft Security Sector

Stephen L Kanaval | Equities.com |

Applied DNA Sciences (APDN) is a forensic security that uses a DNA marker to protect brands and applications. They protect against counterfeit manipulation, which can be invaluable in law.


8 Ways to Leverage the Small-Cap Biotech Bull Market

The Life Sciences Report | Equities.com |

SeeThruEquity's Ajay Tandon and Jay Albany are riding the biotech bull by harnessing the huge upside potential of micro-cap companies working in multiple subsectors, particularly in the


5 Small-Cap Medical Equipment Stocks That Pay Dividends

Joe Goldman | Equities.com |

Demand for medical equipment, supplies, and appliances is timeless. Yet, out of all publicly traded medical equipment companies, only a small handful pay dividends. The following companies develop


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