Using DNA barcoding to track seafood mislabeling in Los Angeles restaurants.

Abstract

Seafood mislabeling is common in both domestic and international markets. Studies on seafood fraud often report high rates of mislabeling (e.g., >70%), but these studies have been limited to a single sampling year, which means it is difficult to assess the impact of stricter governmental truth-in-labeling regulations. We used DNA barcoding to assess seafood… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/cobi.12888

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