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·coded, DNA bar·coding, 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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Critical factors for assembling a high volume of DNA barcodes.
The successful species identification of a DNA barcode requires a clear distinction between intra- and inter-specific divergences (5,6).
DNA barcode sequences used to identify Aedes (Stegomyia) albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae) in La Tebaida (Quindio, Colombia)
That agreement "wrongly perpetuates the misdirected notion that DNA barcode testing is appropriate for herbal supplements, when it is not," said CRN president and chief executive officer Steve Mister.
The genetic locus used as a DNA barcode is generally taxon specific, with portions of the 16S, rbcL/matK, and coxIgenes being used for bacteria, plants, and animals respectively (Hebert et al.
DNA barcode testing found that 21% of products had DNA from the plants listed on their labels, with 79% coming up empty for DNA related to the labeled content or having contamination from other plant material.
The results showed similarity in rbcl and ITS region of plants as they were conserved or common in all species of Suaeda and declared as DNA barcode for quick identification.
1) described a new technology that uses DNA barcode labeling of antibodies for multiplex proteomic/phosphoprotein analysis of cells in a tumor fine needle aspiration (FNA).
Since intact fungal samples of the two Lignosus species are not always available for morphology-based identification a DNA barcode marker approach based on the internal transcribed spacer (ITS) region via PCR technology has been developed.
The mitochondrial cytochrome c oxidase subunit 1 (CO1) gene has been proposed as a DNA barcode and frequently used to recognize provisional species in groups with incomplete taxonomy, and morphological, ecological and behavioural differences are regularly detected upon further examination of divergent taxa (Carr et al.