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A team of Japanese researchers has developed a method to identify the origin of asari clams by measuring the levels of a neodymium isotope in the shells.

The method, developed by the team, including researchers from the Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute of the University of Tokyo and Hirosaki University, is believed to be applicable to other fisheries goods. It is expected to help detect and prevent the falsification of product origin.

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