eDNA metabarcoding as a new surveillance approach for coastal Arctic biodiversity

@inproceedings{LacoursireRoussel2018eDNAM,
  title={
eDNA metabarcoding as a new surveillance approach for coastal Arctic biodiversity},
  author={Ana{\"i}s Lacoursi{\`e}re-Roussel and Kimberly L Howland and Eric Normandeau and Erin K. Grey and Philippe Archambault and Kristy Deiner and David M. Lodge and C{\'e}cilia Hernandez and No{\'e}mie Leduc and Louis Bernatchez},
  booktitle={Ecology and evolution},
  year={2018}
}
Because significant global changes are currently underway in the Arctic, creating a large-scale standardized database for Arctic marine biodiversity is particularly pressing. This study evaluates the potential of aquatic environmental DNA (eDNA) metabarcoding to detect Arctic coastal biodiversity changes and characterizes the local spatio-temporal distribution of eDNA in two locations. We extracted and amplified eDNA using two COI primer pairs from ~80 water samples that were collected across… CONTINUE READING
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