DNA Barcoding for Species Assignment: The Case of Mediterranean Marine Fishes

@inproceedings{Landi2014DNABF,
  title={DNA Barcoding for Species Assignment: The Case of Mediterranean Marine Fishes},
  author={Monica Landi and Mark Dimech and Marco Arculeo and Girolama Biondo and Rogelia Martins and Miguel Carneiro and Gary R. Carvalho and Sabrina Lo Brutto and Filipe de Oliveira Costa},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND DNA barcoding enhances the prospects for species-level identifications globally using a standardized and authenticated DNA-based approach. Reference libraries comprising validated DNA barcodes (COI) constitute robust datasets for testing query sequences, providing considerable utility to identify marine fish and other organisms. Here we test the feasibility of using DNA barcoding to assign species to tissue samples from fish collected in the central Mediterranean Sea, a major… CONTINUE READING
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