DNA barcode


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DNA barcode

n.
A short, standardized nucleotide sequence of an organism's DNA, usually from a mitochondrion or a chloroplast, used in DNA barcoding.
tr.v. DNA bar·cod·ed, DNA bar·cod·ing, DNA bar·codes
1. To sequence (a segment of DNA) for use in DNA barcoding.
2. To identify the species of (a given biological specimen) by means of its DNA barcode.
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Every small molecule in the library has a unique DNA barcode attached it, and the library is screened as a mixture using affinity-based binding to a target of interest.
This genetic random DNA barcode generator can generate up to 1.
Eventually, GNC reached an agreement with the NY AG's office to expand testing processes and integrate traceability standards, including use of DNA barcode testing to confirm the authenticity of plants used as sources for its herbal supplements, prior to processing.
In this proposal, I will adress those questions using DNA-assisted protein technology, where proteins are labeled with DNA barcode tags.
This information was organized within the BOLD online database, and each COI barcode sequence was connected to its source specimen following DNA barcode analysis.
The program is currently studying the DNA barcode of R.
Identification of medicinal plants in the family Fabaceae using a potential DNA barcode ITS2.
The Centre is the world's largest facility for DNA barcoding, generating nearly 75% of all DNA barcode records that are now available.
The gene encoding the mitochondrial cytochrome c oxidase 1 (CO1, or coxl) was proposed as the DNA barcode region in animals (5,6) and then adopted by the Consortium for the Barcode of Life (CBOL) as the default barcode for all groups (12).
However, in March, GNC and Schneiderman's office reached a settlement wherein GNC would implement DNA barcode testing and broad testing for contaminants, as well as display signs specifying whether the supplements are derived from extracts or whole-plant material, and provide semiannual reports to the attorney general's office.