DNA barcoding


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DNA bar·cod·ing

 (bär′kō′dĭng)
n.
A method for identifying the species of a biological specimen, based on comparing the DNA barcode of the specimen to the DNA barcodes of known species.
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Specimens of this species were collected from nine study areas and its identity was confirmed by DNA barcoding, a modern research methodology that provides accurate taxonomic clarity at species level.
WORKSHOP: An international workshop on DNA Barcoding tilted 'Barcode of life data systems' was held here on Tuesday at the GCU by its botany and zoology departments, University of Guelph Canada and Punjab Agriculture and Research Board (PARB).
Lahore -- An international workshop on DNA Barcoding tilted 'Barcode of life data systems' was held at the Government College University Lahore Tuesday.
Over the past decade, DNA barcoding has become a powerful sequencing-based tool for identifying fish species.
Base Pair combines a highly customised aptamer discovery approach with a patented multiplexing technology, bringing together DNA barcoding and next generation sequencing to enable simultaneous identification of aptamers that bind up to 30 different targets.
Using genetic materials and cutting-edge DNA barcoding technology, the researchers were able to assess dried fish from 129 market samples.
These projects will use DNA barcoding and innovative computer technology to help protect Canada's plants, animals and people from invasive pests and diseases.
FDA Office of Regulatory Science at the Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN) have recently published a paper in Planta Medica that the industry and the labs that serve them need to read titled, 'Assessment of the authenticity of herbal dietary supplements:comparison of chemical and DNA barcoding methods.
Introduction: The use of DNA barcoding as a herbal authentication technique has received much attention since February 2015, when the New York Attorney General controversially forced four major retailers to cease selling a range of herbal products based on DNA barcoding results allegedly showing that 79% either did not contain the labelled herbal species or contained other non-labelled plant materials.
Diet overlap and predation between largemouth bass and walleye in Wisconsin lakes using DNA barcoding to improve taxonomic resolution.