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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BOLDSystem is an informatics workbench aiding the acquisition, storage, analysis and publication of DNA barcode records.
They are part of the complete solutions include the IoT miniDART and D-ART3000 DNA barcoding systems and DNA barcode readers.
Nine specimens were sequenced, and the DNA barcode was amplified using the primer pair LepF1, LepR1 (Hebert et al.
X-Chem's DEX drug discovery engine is based on a collection of DNA-encoded libraries comprising over 120 bn unique small molecules derived from iterative combinatorial chemistry processes, where the identity of each compound is recorded in a linked DNA barcode.
However, any DNA degradation during processing may limit recovery of the full-length DNA barcode from these foods.
Then the COI gene region by DNA barcoding of larvae was amplified using primer pairs, and the DNA barcode from the specimen suggested that the specimen was the larval stage of C.
Natasha joined the garden 11 years ago, leading research which made Wales the first nation in the world to create a DNA barcode library of our native flowering plants and conifers, a project which has now expanded to build up a database of flora throughout the UK.
Given the difficulties associated with identifying species of marine algae on the basis of morphology, we sought to DNA barcode a portion of the flora from the area and update a recently published species list.
This genetic random DNA barcode generator can generate up to 1.8 million genetic barcodes and we can identify the codes that arise only once in an experiment.
Previously, genetic markers such as RAPD, AFLP, and DNA barcode were employed for identification of the phylogenetic relationship of duckweed [2,17].